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#482 - 11/26/01 09:24 AM HT system
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I recently purchased a pair of M3's. I mostly listen to music but want to assemble an economical HT system. In your packeges you combine the M3's with QS4s and a VP100, but for cost considerations I was thinking of using it with QS2s and a VP50. I was also thinking of holding off on a subwoofer for the time being as well. What do you think of this combination - is there any problem? Also, I do not yet have a 5 channel reciever - any advice on what kind of specs to power this system (or better yet a reasonably priced model recommendation)

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#483 - 11/26/01 11:20 AM Re: HT system
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This combination will work well and keep the cost down on the system. I would take a look at the Kenwood receivers around 80 - 100 watts. They have good power and low cost.

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