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Re: In-Cabinet VP160
CatBrat #367768 02/24/12 03:28 AM
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How are those M22's setup? Are you using an external crossover or are they doing duty as L/R mains.


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Re: In-Cabinet VP160
CatBrat #367774 02/24/12 04:01 AM
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It's a 3.1 system. The M22's are the mains.

Next upgrade is a bigger TV.

After that, I may add 2 QS8's sometime in the future. They'll have to go halfway between the seating position and TV wall.

Re: In-Cabinet VP160
CatBrat #367803 02/24/12 04:14 PM
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Originally Posted By: CatBrat
It's a 3.1 system.

It's a little more than a 3.1 system, really. Maybe a 3.141592654 system. A π system.


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Re: In-Cabinet VP160
CatBrat #367812 02/24/12 04:56 PM
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Looks great. VP160 seems to fit in well there actually.

Re: In-Cabinet VP160
MarkSJohnson #367877 02/25/12 01:54 AM
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Originally Posted By: MarkSJohnson
Cat, is there some way you could squeeze two more speakers between the upper M22s and the upper-center M3/M2?

There's kind of a gap there that looks weird.

That's funny. I was thinking the same thing. I think he should shift the M2/3 up, put an M80 in-wall center there and open up an Axiom showroom.

Nice work Cat. That M60 center install looks really slick.


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Re: In-Cabinet VP160
CatBrat #367882 02/25/12 02:22 AM
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I also like the omni-polar heater.


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Re: In-Cabinet VP160
CatBrat #367890 02/25/12 04:07 AM
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Looks great Bryan and I bet it sounds even better. You just need to figure out how to get in-cabinet M60s in there.


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Re: In-Cabinet VP160
CatBrat #367903 02/25/12 01:35 PM
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I think I'm done with this particular wall for now, audio wise. I might order a couple of wall brackets later and get rid of the stands though. One less thing to have to clean and move around.

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