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#1716 - 02/19/02 07:07 PM VP 150

I just recently purchased the m22's (which are incredible). Now I'm looking to add a center channel. According to CheapTheater the VP 100 fell short in their eyes (ears) to the Swan Diva's and even the HTD center channel. Both of these companies offer a fairly huge (center) speaker, will the VP 150 hold it's own against those two, and how much of an upgrade will it be over the VP 100? If read the specs, has anyone compared the two or compared the VP 150 to the above mentioned competition? The reason I'm concerned is the center channel is very important in HT applications, more so than the fronts or surrounds.

#1717 - 02/20/02 10:00 AM Re: VP 150
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I have the VP150 for my center with M60's. VP150 is amazing, I never could decipher what Zappa said in Joe's garage now the lyrics are so crystal clear that I am listening to old cds again.

My wife always had subtitles on with our old speakers (Cervin Vega) but now the dialogues are very clear and sound very real....

Edited by raj on 02/20/02 10:01 AM.


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