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M22s, VP100, QS4s?
#317569 08/05/10 12:09 AM
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I have decided to move my future home theater setup in the bedroom. The room's dimensions are probably 14'x 14'x 10'. I realized I won't be able to play my movies very loud most of the time because my roommate and I work the same shifts.

The biggest consideration for me at this time is money. I know I will be happy with the M22s but I don't want to have any regrets if I get the VP100 and the QS4s instead of the VP150 and QS8s. The price difference is around close to $300 dollars. In the bigger scheme of things, $300 is not a lot of money, but then again it is.

I am really interested in hearing what some of the veterans have to say and those who have prior experience with the VP100 and QS4s. I either want to be pushed over the edge or save the money.


Speakers: Energy RC-70s, RC-LCR, RC-Rs and eD A2-300 x 2.
Receiver: Marantz 6006
Re: M22s, VP100, QS4s?
Seekinganswers #317570 08/05/10 12:32 AM
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Are you looking at subs?

If you're not looking to be cranking the volume all the time, I think you'll do well with the QS4s and VP100. I haven't personally heard either, but I've "heard" good things!


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MarkSJohnson #317571 08/05/10 12:36 AM
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Sorry I forgot to mention, I will be pairing these speakers up with PB12-NSD and I am currently running an Onkyo 606.


Speakers: Energy RC-70s, RC-LCR, RC-Rs and eD A2-300 x 2.
Receiver: Marantz 6006
Re: M22s, VP100, QS4s?
Seekinganswers #317578 08/05/10 01:36 AM
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Forgetting to tell us that you're pairing these with a sub puts lives in danger. I'm in the business of saving lives, I eat Marines for breakfast! You wouldn't like me when I'm angry, and you can't handle the TRUTH!!! I have successfully privatized world peace, and along the way I...



.... God I'm terribly sorry, I've been watching too many movies lately. shocked


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Re: M22s, VP100, QS4s?
Micah #317583 08/05/10 01:49 AM
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Originally Posted By: Micah

.... God I'm terribly sorry, I've been watching too many movies lately. shocked


When I get a sub, I shall name her The Red October. I will also move to Montana to raise rabbits.


M22's x 3, QS8's x 4
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Scamp #317584 08/05/10 01:50 AM
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Ice bunnies?

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CatBrat #317585 08/05/10 01:57 AM
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Originally Posted By: CatBrat
Ice bunnies?


Not Ice bunnies, a new breed of nearly silent rabbits.

With fricking lasers on their heads, if that's not too much to ask for.


M22's x 3, QS8's x 4
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Re: M22s, VP100, QS4s?
Seekinganswers #317589 08/05/10 02:13 AM
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It sounds to me that you will probably be listening to your system at modest levels, since you are using it in a bedroom environment. Therefore, I'm sure you'd be fine with the VP100 and QS4 combo...if however, you want to future proof a little, I would upgrade the Q's to the 8's before I would consider moving up to the VP150 over the VP100. This is based on what I've read on the forums, not personal listening btw.


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Adrian #317593 08/05/10 02:21 AM
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Quote:
It sounds to me that you will probably be listening to your system at modest levels, since you are using it in a bedroom environment.

That and he won't want to piss off his stealth bunnies. eek


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Re: M22s, VP100, QS4s?
Micah #317596 08/05/10 02:27 AM
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Micah, I think that you're the new leader in the aggressive derailing category.


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