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#175 - 07/19/01 09:15 PM Speaker choice
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I'm thinking of replacing my current speakers with a home theater package from Axiom. I have a couple of questions. What is the advantage of moving from the M1Ti to the M3Ti if I am going to be using a sub? I'm using an Onkyo 575X reciever and I believe that once I connect a sub, the mains default to small, which means they cross-over at 80Hz. This reciever is rated at 70W X5. Will the Epic Mini provide adequate output in a fairly small room (15 x 18) for HT and music?

Thanks,
Tim



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#176 - 07/20/01 06:21 AM Re: Speaker choice
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Your room size and electronics is certainly a perfect match for the Epic Mini. In regards to moving up to the Epic Master, other factors will come into play besides the front channel low frequency resulting in more performance from your system. If size and cost are of minimal issue to you I would go to the Epic Master.

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