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#443 - 11/08/01 12:28 PM Recommended Speakers
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Currently have Yamaha 2095 receiver, 100w RMS per channel, front and rear, 25w Rms front special effects channel. Have powered dedicated sub (15"), & VP100 center channel. Room size is 17 x 28', finished walkout basement with carpet. Listening area is 13' from fronts, fronts can be spaced up to 14' apart (have to use room width wise as opposed to length wise). Wondering what is better combo, fronts M60's or M80's, rears M22's, and ??? for front special effects.



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#444 - 11/13/01 07:15 PM Re: Recommended Speakers
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Building from the VP100, the M60s would be best for front channels. For the rear channel either the M22 or QS8 would be best depending if you want direct radiating rears or quadpolar effects. The front effects channel should be any of our bookshelf models M1, M2, M3, or M22 depending on your space constraints and budget allotted.

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