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#1228 - 01/27/02 12:26 PM Axiom Set-Up
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Room size 12x15(Not seperate HT room but my living room)

Amp Yamaha5440 (65x5)

Sub---Rava or svs 2531pc

Can Do: 4 M40 with vp100Center

M50 fronts M40 Rears VP100 center

4 M50,s VP100 Center (I think this might be TO MUCH)

60%ht -40% Music

Recomendations?? (Nothing that requires stands please)



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#1229 - 01/28/02 06:04 AM Re: Axiom Set-Up
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Staying with an all floor standing system, I would consider the M50s in the front, the M40s in the rear, and a VP150 in the center. This will give you a powerful and balanced system up front and more than enough for the rear with the M40s.

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