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post #1 of 4 Old 01-05-2004, 07:50 AM - Thread Starter
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Look to get some opinions on which of these two subs (VTF-2 or CHT10) to go with my Axiom M2i's, VP100, and QS4's. Both are in the $400 to $500 price range...
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I just upgraded from a CT-80 to the VTF-2. Very dramatic difference for me. The VTF goes much lower, and has a much more 'varied' sound. The CT-80 seemed to have just one 'boom' note (forgive the technical jargon).
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Thanks Kendenton. Everything I have read, says the VTF-2 is an awesome sub...I have also read good things about the CHT10
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There's really no comparison between the two subs...the CHT15 is a better competitor for the VTF-2.
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