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I have had my D1s for about a year plus now and love them. They are rarely fatiguing (bad, over compressed source only) and the soundstage is to die for. I listen for hours every weekend. I was playing a gospel choir song from a New Orleans compilation that sounded stunning. I was in that church! The bigness of the hall and all the accociated echo played by these speakers was awesome. I do have some nice supporting equipment: Rogue 99 Super Magnum, Parasound A21, and PS Audio PWD. These speakers allow me to hear the improvement in each upgrade
Just to follow up on this, I ended up purchasing a set of D10's with powered woofers from Ty. I am very happy with the purchase. They are big, but they do an excellent job of filling my large and far from optimal listening and viewing space with full range audio. I may add subs eventually for additional visceral low end; although, I'm not sure it
s really necessary. As it is, you can hear the lower frequency ranges throughout most of the house (through multiple floors/walls) when I am watching movies.
I have a pair of D10s, filling a huge space, similar to yours, and they simply
disappear with brilliant imaging and soundstaging, great bass and no need
for a sub. Couldn't be happier with them. And they are only driven by a
Thor Class A 30 WPC amp, yet because of their 91 db sensitivity and easy
8 ohm impedance, have never run out of power. You also get to deal with
Ty, who is unquestionably one of the best people in the stereo business.