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#2014 - 03/12/02 03:56 PM VP 150
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Hi. I have read a lot of reviews on the Axiom line of speakers and i am very impressed. I am really having a tough time choosing between an all around set of the M3ti's or the M22's. I would be getting 5 of the M3ti's for a home theater set or 4 of the M22's with the VP150 center. My two main questions are: 1. Since i am using a sub and will have all speakers set to small is it worth getting the M22's? And 2. is the VP150 a great center channel? I've never seen a center with 3 identical drivers going across with a tweeter on each end. Can anyone comment on it's clarity and off axis performance? Any response would really help me out. Thanks in advance.

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#2015 - 03/15/02 01:41 PM Re: VP 150
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I do not own the vp150, but based on my experience hearing it in my friends' basement, it is excellent. Very much worth the purchase, especially from the factory outlet. If you have a sub, the m3's might be just fine, and set them to small. The M22's could also be set to small, no problem. They do not reach into very low bass. I think the biggest question in deciding between the M3 and M22 is how powerful your amp is and how large your room is. Obviously, the M22 and VP150 are better for a larger amp and larger room. Otherwise, the M3 and VP100 might be better for a smaller room and weaker amp.

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