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A friend ordered a pair from us so we should be setting it up in a month or so. It will be my first time to hear them too so I'll keep you guys posted.
Got mine in October of last year from Albert. Changed rooms,added treatment to walls, wasn't crazy about what i was getting from the mids up. i have a cj act 2.2 pre and sim w7 amp and was worried that the synergy was off. i was thinking about a new amp when i started switching some jps lab interconnects for my synergistic research tesla accelorators. my deficiencies have greatly improved. so my advice is to remember you may have to tweak with some new wires after the 35s are broken in
I have only a little worry about the VR-35,and that is that the impulse response and coherence between the 10" bass and front-array aren't as fast and coherent as my VR-2,which are incredible at that.I do play some drums and bass,and I'm very interested in the interplay between bassist and drummer in very complex music,so that area is very important to me.I just love the VR-2!! ,and in my room actually one of the most "musical" and easy VSA speaker I've owned to work with from all I've tried! They are easy to place and easy to get good overall musical balance,easy to drive with my Consonance M800SE(push-pull EL34 around 75w in ultralinear),and also gives very nice result with my DIY class-D Hypex.CI Audio uses some tweaked Hypex modules,I've owned the D-200,and I considered it a tad better than my DIY stuff,but still pretty close.
BigSwede,I would very much like to hear your impression on differences between the VR2 and VR33!
As far as your bass question, I couldn't detect any holes or slop in the 33s response, although it sounded a bit different than the 2s. They sounded a bit quieter and deeper in a few spots than the 2s, although I theorize that is more likely due to the 2s straining a bit to produce really deep bass. I put on some rock music, and the 33s ability to put out a solid foundation is remarkable. Again, more.
Albert is da man! Have fun Jaco
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