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July 13, 2011 at 11:49 am #2575
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Renato

I posted this earlier on AVS Forums:

I have an Aperion setup for my home theater (5T towers, 5C center, surrounds, plus a Velodyne sub). I also have a 2 channel setup in a different room with a NAD amp that I use for music (iPod + Wadia) which I need speakers for.

My idea would be to move the 5T towers for music and buy the Verus Grand bookshelf to replace them in the HT setup. I like the idea of smaller monitors on a stand for HT, plus I could use the bi-amp capability. Would the Verus play nice with the Intimus center? Or should I forget the Verus and go to the 5B? 

 I am reading here now that this solution may not be the best…  

Any advice?

Thx 

July 14, 2011 at 11:26 am #2841
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Jason Hicks

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I posted this earlier on AVS Forums:

I have an Aperion setup for my home theater (5T towers, 5C center, surrounds, plus a Velodyne sub). I also have a 2 channel setup in a different room with a NAD amp that I use for music (iPod + Wadia) which I need speakers for.

My idea would be to move the 5T towers for music and buy the Verus Grand bookshelf to replace them in the HT setup. I like the idea of smaller monitors on a stand for HT, plus I could use the bi-amp capability. Would the Verus play nice with the Intimus center? Or should I forget the Verus and go to the 5B? 

 I am reading here now that this solution may not be the best…  

Any advice?

Thx 

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Personally I would do the 5Bs, you'll keep everything timbre matched and for home theater I don't think you would hear a huge difference with the Verus Grand Bookshelves.

But you might be interested in USAF Chief's comments here about using Verus fronts with an Intimus center:

http://www.aperionaudio.com/community/forums/post/14625.aspx

August 4, 2011 at 7:02 pm #2638
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Opinons like this really show how much Aperion cares about its customers.

Honest opinions even though it may cost the company a few bucks in the sale.

bravo! 

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