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#694 - 12/28/01 06:10 PM Center Channels
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Hello,

I'm looking into the m60's up front and the QS8's for surrounds, I would like to know what differences there are between the vp100 and vp150 (louder dialogue, ohms play a role? etc?). Also would there be a problem running them through a Denon 2802 reciever? My current room size is 18.5 long 9.2 wide and 9 high. Center channel would be on a 65" widescreen RPTV. Will be moving to bigger room in near future, aprx. 2-3x bigger.

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#695 - 12/31/01 05:35 PM Re: Center Channels
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The VP150 will play louder than the VP100 with more dynamics and a better imaging across the front soundstage. For the system you are looking at either one will be properly timbre matched but with the advantages above and your move to the larger space coming; I would suggest the VP150.

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#696 - 12/31/01 09:22 PM Re: Center Channels
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Hi Ian,
For now I'm thinking of getting the VP150 center, along with the M22's with stands, as fronts. As I move into my larger room, get the M80's as fronts move the M22's to rear L and R surrounds and have the QS8's as side surrounds, and of course the svs sub(s). Is this logical thinking?? Will everything match up nicely? Before the big room and after.

Thanks, Nick... Happy New Year everyone.



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#697 - 01/01/02 08:03 AM Re: Center Channels
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This is a great plan. You are going to end up with an amazing system doing it this way.

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