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Re: VP180 "On Wall"?
bridgman #359535 11/28/11 01:17 PM
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Okay, so I guess I have 3 options.

1.) Keep the VP150 and deal with it being okay. Not like it's terrible, just seeking that slight improvement I guess (excuses to upgrade something?). This is the logical choice, but since when has home theater ever been logical...? haha

2.) Buy a pair of M2's. Did some research on thertical theory thanks to the above recommendation and it sounds promising. If I where to go this route, I would use both M2's (above/below TV). My question here is how are you folks connecting dual centers to your receiver? I am running and HK 3600 FWIW.

3.) Wait, hope and pray Axiom's VP160 hits a home run and then makes it's way over to "On wall" series asap. Feels like a chance I could be waiting for a while, if not forever. This is probably my favorite choice though.

Wonder how 2 M2's would look on my wall....

Re: VP180 "On Wall"?
TonyN #359536 11/28/11 01:18 PM
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I think cabinet volume is probably going to be the deciding factor with the 160 as well, but that's just a guess.


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Re: VP180 "On Wall"?
Ken.C #359539 11/28/11 01:25 PM
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Concerning connecting dual speakers on the same channel. I do this by using banana plugs that will plug into each other. For instance, I plug the lower center banana plug into the receiver, then I plug the upper center banana plug into the banana plug that's plugged into the receiver.

Re: VP180 "On Wall"?
CatBrat #359540 11/28/11 01:28 PM
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Re: VP180 "On Wall"?
Ken.C #359541 11/28/11 01:34 PM
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Yeah, I definitely agree about the cabinet volume, especially considering the larger drivers the VP160 is packing (it is quite a beast). But I can dream right? haha

So okay fine, how about a VP155 On Wall smile

Add some overall width/height while keeping the depth the same as current on walls. W T/M W utilizing (2) 5.25, a 4" mid and 1" Tweeter up top.









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