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M80 for...
#329785 11/28/10 07:57 AM
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I have in mind for a long time now trade my M80 for a pair of M22 and 2 EP400 for a stereo listening.

How great that would be i bet !

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Re: M80 for...
Philippe #329806 11/28/10 08:46 PM
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I would personally just stick with the m80's for stereo listening.... However I don't listen to much music that plays lower than the m80's can play.


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terzaghi #329809 11/28/10 09:06 PM
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Get a Buttkicker to pick up where the M80s leave off.


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ClubNeon #329834 11/29/10 07:07 AM
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Much, much cheaper to stick with the M80s and they also can play much louder than the M22's. I had a little EP400 and could hardly tell it was on when running the M80s, at times it was even drowned out.


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jakewash #329846 11/29/10 04:18 PM
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EP400 isn't that much popular, I've always been intriguing.


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Philippe #329857 11/29/10 05:55 PM
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You are corect in pairing the 400 with the M22's it does sound incredibly good, but as you already have the M80s, I wouldn't sell them off to get the M22/EP400 combo. The M80s are a better speaker IMO. If space was a concern then yes going to the M22/EP400 set up would be a very good substitute for the M80's, especially for a music only system.


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jakewash #329950 11/30/10 10:03 PM
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Well thsi is just a crazy idea of mine but i wont do it. But i've always been curious about this setup (M22 and 2 EP400) for music listening and even movies.

Well maybe one day, since then i do love my M80.


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