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May 11, 2007

Review: Definitive Technology BP7000SC Bipolar Super Tower Loudspeakers

I've always been curious why people will spend thousands of dollars on a great home-theater system only to attach a pair of $100 speakers they picked up at the local Walmart. What consumers sometimes forget is that a great quality sound system can really enhance your home-theater experience. If you've got the dough, one set of speakers you'll want to look at is the Definitive Technology BP7000SC Bipolar Super Tower Loudspeakers. AVREV.com has a great review of the BP7000SC that starts out:

Definitive Technology has built one of the single most impressive brands in the highly competitive world of loudspeakers. Definitive has built a name where they are a “call brand” loudspeaker that consumers demand with the likes of Bose, Boston Acoustics, B&W, Paradigm, Klipsch and a handful of the other biggest manufacturers. While Definitive Technology’s ads and mighty distribution certainly have aided the company’s growth, it is more the bang for the buck performance that keeps consumers asking for them and dealers pushing. Whether you are looking for wafer-thin speakers for your new 63-inch HDTV or you need no-holds-barred audiophile floor-standing speakers, Definitive has a solution for you. In the case of this review, the Super Towers are in the latter class – they are ultimate floor-standing speakers, a statement without question in terms of sound as well as value.

Overall, the reviewer is pretty high on these speakers:

The Definitive Technology BP7000SC Super Towers, with a retail price just shy of five grand, are as close to a true masterpiece of audio engineering as anything I’ve encountered in all my years in audio. They do equal justice to music and movies and everything else in between. No longer does the rationale of compromise need to enter the audio debate.

Compare the Definitive Technology BP7000SC loudspeakers with the best from the world of ultra-high end and you might find overall the Definitive speaker system is the most well-rounded in a group that includes speakers costing as much as a new Prius. With a big yet detailed sound, it’s just hard to beat such a rocking loudspeaker system. At their price, the Definitive Technology BP7000SCs are simply amazing.

So if you're looking to enhance your home-theater and you have a little extra cash, be sure to check out the BP7000SC from Definitive Technology.

At AVREV.com

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Posted by William Hungerford at May 11, 2007 12:19 PM

Recent Comments

Thanks for the great article on the Definitive Technology BP7000 speakers. I have the BP3000, CLR 3000, (2)BPvx, (2) BPvx/p.An incredible enjoyable system. I totally recommend this to everyone. My Music, Movie experience is totally justified. I can't tell you the response I get from everyone. The only thing I'm writing for is any idea's you might have for me and others, is what kind of furniture do I use for my BP3000CLR center speaker. As you know front and center, below my 110" screen. This puppy is big yet I want it to be as attractive as the towers yet transparant. Do you have any ideas on this problem for me and others.
Thanks again, my first time on your web site,
Bill
Texas


Posted by: Bill at May 16, 2007 8:21 AM
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