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#1312 - 01/31/02 01:22 PM M60 or M50
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I have an Onkyo 595 recvr. I might updgrade later. I listen mainly to Jazz and Classic Rock. I would be using the system for 50% movies and 50% music. The room I have is 18X12*9 in size with wooden floors...

I need some some suggestions please, should I go with M60 or M50??



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#1313 - 02/01/02 03:01 PM Re: M60 or M50
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Both your room size and amplifier would work very well with the M50s and M60s.

Sonically the performance of the M60 will give you a better soundstage due to the designated mid-bass driver.

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