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#180247 - 10/23/07 05:53 PM Re: M22s, VP150, VP100 as centres...oh, and M44s [Re: jakewash]
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Yours has an analog output. So you can connect it to a computer to log your data...or it could work in conjunction with an acoustic analysis program. I wish mine had that.

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#180258 - 10/23/07 07:48 PM Re: M22s, VP150, VP100 as centres...oh, and M44s [Re: Hutzal]
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 Originally Posted By: Hutzal
Mike,

Have you tried an M22 horizontally above your screen, and the other M22 situated horizontally below, but opposite array?


No...that would be a major PITA. Plus, I just don't like the way vert speakers look on their sides. Vanity prevails, I know..pathetic but I put a lot of work in the room's aesthetics and don't want to muddle it up.
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#180337 - 10/24/07 09:59 AM Re: M22s, VP150, VP100 as centres...oh, and M44s [Re: michael_d]
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 Originally Posted By: mdrew
No...that would be a major PITA. Plus, I just don't like the way vert speakers look on their sides. Vanity prevails, I know..pathetic but I put a lot of work in the room's aesthetics and don't want to muddle it up.


you know, you could always put the grille's back on...
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#180348 - 10/24/07 11:20 AM Re: M22s, VP150, VP100 as centres...oh, and M44s [Re: Hutzal]
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They aren't centered on the speaker, nor is the lable.
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#180365 - 10/24/07 12:33 PM Re: M22s, VP150, VP100 as centres...oh, and M44s [Re: michael_d]
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 Originally Posted By: mdrew
They aren't centered on the speaker, nor is the lable.


awwww jeeze.
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#180368 - 10/24/07 12:44 PM Re: M22s, VP150, VP100 as centres...oh, and M44s [Re: Hutzal]
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He's got a point. I wouldn't want to do that, either.
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#185055 - 11/22/07 10:49 AM Re: M22s, VP150, VP100 as centres...oh, and M44s [Re: Mojo]
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 Originally Posted By: Mojo
I wonder if the opening I have going up the stairs is the killer for me or is it the lack of treatments?


Mojo, as you know our basements are virtually identical, but I have a wall going down my stairs. I have considered removing the wall and building a plexiglass wall so that it allows light into my basement, at the same time limiting sound transfer upstairs. I am not concerned about a really dark room because it is more of an entertainment room rather than a dedicated home theater. I've seen pictures of this being done on the Internet and I like the look. Just a suggestion.

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#185064 - 11/22/07 11:18 AM Re: M22s, VP150, VP100 as centres...oh, and M44s [Re: Da_Gimp_Pimp]
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Cam,

That's an interesting suggestion. I'm not sure how much the plexi would limit it. I'll have to look into that. I have another problem however and it relates to having room to move furniture. Thanks.

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#186470 - 12/02/07 07:46 PM Re: M22s, VP150, VP100 as centres...oh, and M44s [Re: Mojo]
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 Originally Posted By: Mojo
It would also be interesting to try the two M22s in series with the VP100 in parallel with that series pair. Two M22s in series should produce as much SPL as a single 100. This combination will result in roughly a 5 Ohm load.


I am going to try this "three speaker" center channel, but I don't know how to wire the speakers as mentioned above. I understand how to wire in series/parallel separately but wiring series to parallel is confusing me. I will be using three speakers that produce a 8 ohm load. Will the ohm load be the same?

Please help
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#186544 - 12/03/07 03:45 PM Re: M22s, VP150, VP100 as centres...oh, and M44s [Re: Mojo]
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I wonder how 2 VP150's side by side would sound. Up that one and do this above and below the display!
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