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#259 - 08/24/01 03:25 PM HT package
Anonymous
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Hello

I have been researching HT speakers for awhile now
and happened across your site when reading reviews
on Goodsound.

It sure sounds like you guys have some great speakers.

I was wondering about the smallest HT setup
I could go for in my room of 10.5' x 27' x 7'.
I have a Denon AVR1800 (75wpc).
Would the Epic 80 be too big?

Right now I have some old 3ways with a 12" woofer
for the surrounds and they sit 12' behind us with the
fronts 12' ahead of us. I can put quad poles on the
side walls but I am wondering if that would be better/worse
than just having a pair of mono poles at the back of the room?

Thanks for any advice.
Kevin




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#260 - 08/27/01 08:03 AM Re: HT package
Ian Offline
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Registered: 03/13/01
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Thanks for your inquiry about our products. The Epic 80 would work very well in your space. With that system and your amp power you would have an excellent home theater system. As for how small you could go and still love your system, I would recommend any system down to the Epic Master with your power and room size. The Quadpoles can be mounted to the side walls, in fact it would be preferable in your room set up than mounting regular bookshelf speakers there.

Ian Colquhoun
President & Chief Engineer
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