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#2481 - 04/07/02 06:59 PM QS-4 vs QS-8?
EdD Offline
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Registered: 03/26/02
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I have ordered M60's and am not sure whether to match them up with QS-4's or 8's. I don't need extra volume, and, as I am planning to use a 6.1 system, can get 3 QS-4's for the price of two QS-8's. In terms of overall sound quality and matching with the M60's, am I better off buying 2 QS-8's now and adding another one later, or would it be smarter getting the QS-4's instead? Any advice would be appreciated.

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#2482 - 04/08/02 07:04 PM Re: QS-4 vs QS-8?
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it very much depends on the size of your room. If you have a very large room, you'd want the extra volume of the QS - 8's so any rear sound effects don't sound hollow and far away. In a mid sized room, the QS - 4's would be very good. If you want to listen real loud, however, then you should get the QS - 8's.
I have heard putting center channel speakers in the back also sounds good. Maybe for the center rear speaker, you could put a vp150

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