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#177 - 07/19/01 09:49 PM speaker,large or small

Hi, i just purchased the m3t1's for mains and surrounds and the vp100 for the center. I have a h/k and i have a 12' sub. I would like your opinion as to what I sould set my receiver at for the speakers,large or small I will be using this setup for mostly home theather and regular tv watching with a little music. Thanks

#178 - 07/20/01 06:04 AM Re: speaker,large or small
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Registered: 03/13/01
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The M3s themselves will work fine in either position but the sound in your room may vary depending on the switch selection. Selecting large would be best from a purely theoretical point of view because you would be reproducing all of the sound through the front channels that was originally recorded to be there. This being said and depending on the flexibility of your sub x-over, you may want to try both positions in your environment with various sub x-over frequencies to see how you like it best.

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