Hi from Seattle

Dual VTF-15H MK2 have significant advantage over VTF-3 MK5, given additional depth, weight, cost

  • Yes, Go with dual VTF-15H MK2

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  • No, Go with dual VTF-3 MK5

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  • They are equal given the parameters

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  • Neither, I have another suggestion for the budget $2000

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  • Poll closed .

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Trying to finalize my HT setup in the new house.
I have dedicated room in upper floor 14.5' x 22' x 9' carpet floor with some sound treatment in the wall 6' wall all across, slightly better 5/8" GWB with sound dampening properties, sound absorbing insulation filled in all sides of drywall.

Dedicated rack Omnimount RE42 which have all low volt systems - network CAT6, all home home audio and home theater system terminated.


HT system with 7.2.4
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Marantz SR6013
Outlaw Audio Model 2200 x 3 for LCR
Klipsch RPF in-wall series installed, and Klipsch CDT-5800-C II as atmos
Silver Ticket 4K Ultra HD (16:9, 150", Woven Acoustic Material)
HSU VTF-3 MK5 HP x 2 (pending)

All home audio
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Sonos Amp x 5 with Sonance in-ceiling and external speakers

Network
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UniFi Security Gateway 4P
UniFi Switch 24 POE-250W
UniFi AP-HD x 1
UniFi AP-AC-Pro x 2
 

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