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MSRP (each): $1,150.00
Series: Studio

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Review from avrev.com

(01/01/2004)...The highly successful Paradigm Electronics Inc. is now one of the largest speaker manufacturers in the Western Hemisphere, with some of the most advanced and extensive test facilities anywhere.... For all 5.1 music and DVD sections, I employed a Revel Performa B-15 subwoofer, a very capable performer that certainly augments the Paradigms in a favorable manner.... This is a major change from previous versions, both aesthetically and in terms of transducers and configurations.... The slightly smaller Studios 100 v.3s are lighter than their predecessors, but still weigh a substantial 81 pounds each.... The Paradigms are still a three-way design, with a flared port approximately three-and-one-half inches in diameter located near the bottom of the front panel...»read full review

Review from hometheaterreview.com

(06/15/2009)...The Studio series was first introduced about a decade ago and, as the version number implies, it has been updated as new technologies and manufacturing processes becomes available.... Paradigm has long worked in close connection with the Canadian National Research Council and is a believer in measured speaker performance.... The Studio series reviewed here is part of Paradigm's Reference division and is the series positioned just below their top of the line Signature series.... Despite the differences between the lines, all of Paradigm's speaker lines are known for providing excellent bang for the buck.... The Studio 100 is a five-driver, three-way floor-standing tower and is the largest speaker in the Studio series...»read full review

Review from stereophile.com

(06/30/2000)...They buy drivers, off-the-shelf or custom-built, from companies like VIFA, SEAS, Focal, etc.... While the system design will have taken place in-house, actual manufacturing is restricted to assembling the components, perhaps tweaking the crossover, and final QC.... Still, if you want to make certain that a job is done properly, you do it yourself.... The downside is that, in order to make this process economically feasible, it must be done on a large scale, with expertise in several areas.... Virtually every part of every speaker bearing the Paradigm logo is made in their own manufacturing facilities. They even machine the metal molds that they then use to make the plastic parts...»read full review

Review from stereophile.com

(02/06/2005)...The '100 is the flagship model in the Canadian manufacturer's Reference line.... When I heard that Paradigm had introduced a v.3, I asked for review samples. Like the earlier version, the v.... All of the drive-units are manufactured by Paradigm.... The choir and orchestra were presented in a big sweep of sound, with rich depth apparent in the double basses.... Stereo imaging was tightly controlled, with an excellent sense of looking through a stable, clear window into the recorded acoustic...»read full review

Review from hometheatersound.com

...I also know that, for the money, the product will likely compete well with similar products at its price point or even well above.... More internal bracing has been added to help reduce cabinet resonances, a difference a friend familiar with the sound of v.3 mentioned during an extended listening session.... The 100 is still quite narrow -- only 8.... The 100 has a port on the front and two pairs of five-way binding posts on the rear. The review samples were finished in black ash.... The five-driver, three-way ADP-590 v...»read full review

Review from soundstage.com

...I also find a certain level of satisfaction knowing that by using my brains and some effort I can do as well, and in many cases better, than those who just throw money at the issue.... And when you start to add it up, the fact that you can forgo both a subwoofer and speaker stands makes these reasonably sized yet overachieving towers seem like even more of a bargain.... I have to say that I also think highly of the basic premise of a narrow tower with multiple smaller drivers.... I have to say that I was quite skeptical upon unboxing these rather tall and slender floorstanders.... The woofers work together in this three-way design and cross over to the midrange at 300Hz, while the midrange hands off to the tweeter at 2kHz, both being of the third-order variety...»read full review


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