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    follow the lead


    It was only a matter of time before KEF followed the lead of its awardwinning Cresta 1s with bookshelf and floorstanding siblings.

    Is it 'follow the lead with' or 'Cresta 1s with'?
    Is s there because of the plural inflection?


    One more thing:
    Like Cresta 1, this is a design that does not come over all fussy when it comes to different musical genres.
    What does come over mean?
    Last edited by svartnik; 14-Jun-2007 at 05:37.

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    Re: follow the lead

    The Cresta 1s was followed with the bookshelf and floorstanding siblings.
    1s the name of the product; it could stand for 'series' or something.

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