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December 8, 2011 at 7:36 pm #90
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Hello everyone.  I bought my aperions back in 2009.  They consist of 2 633t's (fronts), 2 533t's (rears) and 1 634VAC (center).  I wanted to know if anyone here owns them and how are they holding up?

I am getting the upgrade itch.  How are the new aperion speakers?  Is there a big difference between the new stuff and my gear?  I am still very happy with my setup but wanted to see how the new stuff fared against the old.

Ok thanks.  :o) 

  

December 15, 2011 at 12:28 pm #1609
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Hello everyone.  I bought my aperions back in 2009.  They consist of 2 633t's (fronts), 2 533t's (rears) and 1 634VAC (center).  I wanted to know if anyone here owns them and how are they holding up?

I am getting the upgrade itch.  How are the new aperion speakers?  Is there a big difference between the new stuff and my gear?  I am still very happy with my setup but wanted to see how the new stuff fared against the old.

Ok thanks.  :o) 

  

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Hey Nick, 

Sorry look like your post slipped through the cracks.  I own the 633-Ts myself and love them/

In any event I do think the Verus Grand Towers offer a few key upgrades.  The one that stands out the most to my ear is the tweeter which is a bit smoother in the VGT.  But also the VGT is a three way speaker so it has a fuller midrange because of the extra two midrange drivers that you get with it. 

Those are the biggest differences that I hear and I do think that overall the speakers do sound fairly different, but the 633-T is still a great speaker, I intend to hang on to mine.  Of course I'll probably end up getting the VGTs too pretty soon.   [8-|]

I hope that helps but please let me know if you have any other questions! 

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