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#86138 - 03/19/05 11:36 PM M22TI's
grumpymedic Offline
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Registered: 03/19/05
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Hello All,
I just ordered and received Axiom QS8's... Wow... Awesome !
My question is do you think the VP 150 will overpower the M22TI's. I don't have room for tower speakers so the M22TI's are the best I can do. Or should I go with the VP 100. Thanks for your replies


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#86139 - 03/19/05 11:41 PM Re: M22TI's
bridgman Offline
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It's definitely not going to overpower the M22s -- you're going to want to calibrate them all to the right levels anyways and there is only a dB or two between VP100 and VP150. If you look at the US pages 2 of the 3 Epic Grand Master configurations use the VP150 with M22s.

http://www.axiomaudio.com/epicgrandmaster_main.html

The worst you're going to do is spend $150 you didn't absolutely have to spend... and if your room is medium-large then it's probably money well spent.


Edited by bridgman (03/19/05 11:44 PM)
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#86140 - 03/19/05 11:47 PM Re: M22TI's
James_T Offline
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hello grumpy

I have a vp150 m22tis and qs8s in a small studio. I mean small. I'm not sure of the dimensions, but I sit only about 9-10 feet from the center/mains. I've never had a problem or noticed my center overpowering my m22s. But, bridgman is right, part of that is calibration. You'll definately want to get a disc (DVE or Avia) and a ratshack sound pressure level meter and tweak away.

jr
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#86141 - 03/20/05 02:54 AM Re: M22TI's
JohnK Offline
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Doc, welcome. As the previous replies indicate, one speaker can never "overpower" another, since you calibrate the volume levels of each to reach a balance.
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#86142 - 03/20/05 04:07 PM Re: M22TI's
grumpymedic Offline
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Registered: 03/19/05
Posts: 2
Thanks Guys,
It makes sense that I need to calibrate each speaker. I am kinda new to the audio thing. Thanks for your replies.


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