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#1462 - 02/06/02 03:51 PM Speaker recommendation help
brianinswfla Offline

Registered: 02/06/02
Posts: 1
Loc: Bradenton, FL
Hello all,

Please pardon me if my post is a repeat of other posts.

I have an 15'X24' room with a cathedral ceiling. The room is used lengthwise (seating and front speakers at opposite ends of the 24' length). Due to my large entertainment center tower speakers are not an option. I am considering 2 M3Ti, 2 QS4, and a VP100 for the room. I already have 2 subwoofers. My question is will I have a large problem with getting proper imaging out of those speakers in a room that large?

Thanks in advance,

#1463 - 02/09/02 07:01 AM Re: Speaker recommendation help
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Registered: 03/13/01
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You will not have any problem with the imaging in your room with the M3s, VP100, and QS4s. The 2 sub-woofers should fill in the bass frequency requirements of your room area no problem, assuming they are of reasonable quality. It will be a great system.

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