Pulled the trigger today

Discussion in 'Speakers' started by Erik.Ha, Mar 15, 2004.

  1. Erik.Ha

    Erik.Ha Supporting Actor

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    Ordered my Paradigm Monitor 11s, CC370 and SVS PC+ 20-39 today...

    Wish me luck!
     
  2. Tim Ranger

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    Luck!

    Enjoy, nothing like new audio gear to make the coffee smell better [​IMG]
     
  3. Erik.Ha

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    Given this set-up (monitor 11s, CC370, Boston mini Dipole surrounds and Boston Mini 90 rears, SVS PC+ Sub) what setting should I set my front speakers to, Small or Large?
     
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    Given THX recommendations for movies, 80hz and small (of course, feel free to experiment, that's the fun of this hobby). But for music in two channel, you're quite safe to run them large w/o sub, if you don't like to fiddle with settings. They're quite nice, I nearly went with the Monitor series myself (the 5s in my case). Went with Boston VR-M60s and 50s in the end, as I got a good deal. Enjoy.[​IMG]
     
  5. WayneO

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    I have my Monitor 11's set to small with my PB2+. At first it was hard to do just on principle of having all those woofers, which do a decent job by the way, but the SVS will have a tighter,deeper sound and will blend beautifully.
     
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    It sounds as if you made a skillful selection... no luck needed ![​IMG]
     

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