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Travis

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I currently have a full Axiom setup consisting of M60's, VP150, QS8's, and QS4's. I love the system and feel it's a great value for the money except for the VP150. I can't quite put my finger on it but it just doesn't sound right to me. Maybe it's the driver layout or the sealed enclosure, it just doesn't sound natural to me. So I am thinking about selling the 60's and 150 and replacing them with the B&W 604 S3's and a B&W center. I listen to a lot of DVDA, SACD, and watch a lot of movies. Is this going to sound wrong with Axiom speakers in the rear and B&W's in the front? Has anyone heard the two, and can give a comparison on them? Any other opinions or advice is appreciated.

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Travis
 

Wayne A. Pflughaupt

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Personally I don’t see how having two tweeters so far apart can be a good thing. I think I’d try a VP-100 or even a M3 before throwing in the towel.

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Wayne A. Pflughaupt
 

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