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Old 08-28-2015, 08:30 PM - Thread Starter
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Just making the comment that I would expect the Stealths to sound better since they cost so much more - more than I'm willing to spend. I'm still in upgrade mode, but want to stay with the small footprint of the sub/satellite system. Trying to convince myself the 22's are that much better than the 20's - I was expecting you to sell me a little bit!!
There are changes between all models. To me, the Min 22 have the most effect on sound quality between all three models and are definitely worth the upgrade for movies, tv and music listening.

Yes, the Stealth speakers do sound much better in many key areas. I just couldn't use the in the back of the room because of space issues. I feel, using a different speaker is a compromise and wasn't totally happy with using the Min 21 but because the Min 22 is a step up in sound quality, they seem to blend better. Either that or it's a placebo effect.

By the way, I've got my eye on the Stealth 8's.
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Boy. Your back and forth on the Minxes almost smacks of dipolar behavior.

The Sound and Vision review on the Stealth 8s was very positive, except for transparency.

http://www.soundandvision.com/conten...speaker-system
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Boy. Your back and forth on the Minxes almost smacks of dipolar behavior.

The Sound and Vision review on the Stealth 8s was very positive, except for transparency.

http://www.soundandvision.com/conten...speaker-system

I had planned to sell the Stealth because I was quite happy with the Min 22 sound quality. I thought about it for a while but I just did not want to lose half or even more of what I paid for the active speakers. Bottom line, do they sit there collecting dust? Or, do I make use of them?

I do not have a problem with my current Stealth 6 with transparency. They are not a Magnepan but the dispersion and dynamics are better. Also, if I had to choose between a Minx system and a bookshelf or larger speaker system, I'm quite sure you know what I'd choose. The whole thing started with the Minx for a couple of reasons and one of them was the size of my living space.
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Well, there are some things the Minx system can do which the Stealths cannot. You can create an enveloping soundfield with Atmos or Auro 3-D, with easy ceiling placement of the lightweight Minxes.

You can also come up with enhanced multiple speaker arrays for even conventional 5.1 or 7.1.

And you started your recent Socratic discussion with how much you liked to listen to the Minxes, that you kept coming back to them after everything else.
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Well, there are some things the Minx system can do which the Stealths cannot. You can create an enveloping soundfield with Atmos or Auro 3-D, with easy ceiling placement of the lightweight Minxes.

You can also come up with enhanced multiple speaker arrays for even conventional 5.1 or 7.1.

And you started your recent Socratic discussion with how much you liked to listen to the Minxes, that you kept coming back to them after everything else.

Oh, well! You can't win them all but I can win better dynamics, smoother more forgiving sound, larger more realistic soundstage and better scale. Not to mention, active speakers with built-in equalization have many positive benefits over passive designs. Many industry experts are predicting a day when most loudspeakers with be self-powered.
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And you started your recent Socratic discussion with how much you liked to listen to the Minxes, that you kept coming back to them after everything else.

The difference too is that with the Minx system, I was using room correction but not with the Stealth Monitors. Now, I have both Stealth Monitors and Min 22 pair using RC and the sound is very much improved in every area.
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Well, there are some things the Minx system can do which the Stealths cannot. You can create an enveloping soundfield with Atmos or Auro 3-D, with easy ceiling placement of the lightweight Minxes.

Who is to say that the Minx speakers still can't be used in the same setup with your main 3, 5 or 7 existing speakers?
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Because the speaker attachment flange on my stand's is wider than the gap between the posts I had to mount my front left and right upside down, which isn't a problem with the 20's. Would this be a problem with the 22's?
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Because the speaker attachment flange on my stand's is wider than the gap between the posts I had to mount my front left and right upside down, which isn't a problem with the 20's. Would this be a problem with the 22's?

Shouldn't be. It uses the same cabinet and the orientation of the drivers shouldn't matter.
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The Sound and Vision review on the Stealth 8s was very positive, except for transparency.

Hmmm. I wonder who stated this excerpt from a well respected magazine?

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And you started your recent Socratic discussion with how much you liked to listen to the Minxes, that you kept coming back to them after everything else.

Must have been the room correction with one set of speakers and a lack thereof on the other setup. After finishing setting up my front three Stealth Monitors along with the Mirage MM-8 pair and using the Min 22 as side surround speakers, I have to say I really love what I'm hearing. Still working on the messy looking cabling leading to the L&R speakers.
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Must have been the room correction with one set of speakers and a lack thereof on the other setup. After finishing setting up my front three Stealth Monitors along with the Mirage MM-8 pair and using the Min 22 as side surround speakers, I have to say I really love what I'm hearing. Still working on the messy looking cabling leading to the L&R speakers. ..
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Is it possible for the center speaker tweeter be rotated 90 deg? I would think the dispersion pattern of the folded ribbon tweeter is a bit different with the center channel lying on it's side, compared to being upright and vertical.

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So to be fair to myself in my upgrade mode, I'm considering going to some slightly larger speakers with a tweeter for my front left and right, possibly Bowers & Wilkins 685 S2. There aren't any decent brick and mortar places to listen to speakers in my area, so listened to these at a Best Buy Magnolia. Certainly open to suggestions for other speakers, but my question is how would these or any other slightly larger bookshelf speakers blend with the Minx as the center and surround? If I go this route would I need to get a different center? I love having that small center speaker and I have not given up on going to the Minx 22's, just want to listen to some other options to avoid buyer's remorse. Plus the search is half the fun!!
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Jeff,

Is it possible for the center speaker tweeter be rotated 90 deg? I would think the dispersion pattern of the folded ribbon tweeter is a bit different with the center channel lying on it's side, compared to being upright and vertical.

Because of the height of the monitor, I need to lay it on the side. I talked to Emotiva regarding this and it's also in the manual. We sit in a very small area. Plus, I sit in the sweet spot almost all the time. So, it wouldn't pose a problem unless I sat very far off to one side which is almost impossible in my room.
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So to be fair to myself in my upgrade mode, I'm considering going to some slightly larger speakers with a tweeter for my front left and right, possibly Bowers & Wilkins 685 S2. There aren't any decent brick and mortar places to listen to speakers in my area, so listened to these at a Best Buy Magnolia. Certainly open to suggestions for other speakers, but my question is how would these or any other slightly larger bookshelf speakers blend with the Minx as the center and surround? If I go this route would I need to get a different center? I love having that small center speaker and I have not given up on going to the Minx 22's, just want to listen to some other options to avoid buyer's remorse. Plus the search is half the fun!!

I'd recommend the Martin-Logan Motion or ElectroMotion series. That's what I'd be looking at if I didn't have the active speakers I have now.
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I have a pair of black Minx 11 in excellent condition for sale. Asking $110 shipped in the US excluding Hawaii/Alaska. PM or email toanntrac@yahoo.com
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Perpendicular - sent you a PM.
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In looking for something small (comparable to the Acoustimass 6 in size), I was directed to these speakers. WOW! They sound great (for such a small size). I am seriously considering these now over Definitive Technology ProCinema 400 5.1, Bose Acoustimass 6, and an older set of Energy RC-Micro.

Given those options, I imagine the Minx would blow all of the above away?

I don't have a whole lot to spend so I was thinking 4 x Minx 12s for surrounds, 1 x Minx 22 for center channel, and an X200 for subwoofer.

My room is around 16'x16' with 8' ceiling but I don't need tremendous bass or audiophile quality. We don't listen to much music and normally just watch tv/sports. Movies once and a while.

Wish I could hear a set in person but I will have to trust you guys!
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In looking for something small (comparable to the Acoustimass 6 in size), I was directed to these speakers. WOW! They sound great (for such a small size). I am seriously considering these now over Definitive Technology ProCinema 400 5.1, Bose Acoustimass 6, and an older set of Energy RC-Micro.

Given those options, I imagine the Minx would blow all of the above away?

I don't have a whole lot to spend so I was thinking 4 x Minx 12s for surrounds, 1 x Minx 22 for center channel, and an X200 for subwoofer.

My room is around 16'x16' with 8' ceiling but I don't need tremendous bass or audiophile quality. We don't listen to much music and normally just watch tv/sports. Movies once and a while.

Wish I could hear a set in person but I will have to trust you guys!
I have 5 Minx 20's I could make you a great deal on. PM me if you're interested.
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For some reason I didn't get your message but I just sent you a PM.
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I think I've settled on the Cambridge Audio Minx S315 5.1 set with the 8" sub. Will be powered by a Yamaha RX-V475. Also think I am going to go with the white to blend a bit better in the room.

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Hi Mark, after looking some more, I am going to stick to buying new. Thank you though!


EDIT: Ordered the S315-v2 in white. Not the newest Min12s or X301 but I think the Min11 and X300 will be more then enough for my needs. Plus, couldn't beat the price on Crutchfield Canada (I am in Canada) - $899 with free shipping. Amazon sells it for (in CAD $) $1399.

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Mark, are the Minx 20's still available? I would send you a PM but I don't have enough posts.

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Yes. Just sent you a PM.
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Can you email me at my username at gmail? This dang PM limitation means I can't even reply to your PM. Seems like a bit of an oversight to not even be able to reply!

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Can you email me at my username at gmail? This dang PM limitation means I can't even reply to your PM. Seems like a bit of an oversight to not even be able to reply!

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Haha! I had 3 of them that I just disposed of in the trash last week. I tried giving them away and no one responded.
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Haha! I had 3 of them that I just disposed of in the trash last week. I tried giving them away and no one responded.
Awww....really? I would have paid for shipping to get them here, no need to throw them away.
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I'm considering the Minx Min 22's for my family room 5.1 setup. The room is about 18.5 x 13.5 with 8' ceiling, has a large opening to a sunroom along one of the long dimensions, another decent size opening to the kitchen, as well as the fact that the tv is stuck in the corner due to placement of a fireplace. I'm thinking about doing the 22's for the fronts and center channel, and then maybe the 12's for the rears. Looks like an easy way to save $200 or so, but is it really worth it? Don't want to sell myself short here.

The sub is my next question. 300 watt vs. 200 watt. My gut is to go with the larger unit since I have the 8'x7' opening to the sun room.

For what it's worth, I'm not completely stuck on the Minx series, and I'm open to alternatives. The size and availability of a white finish are big draws to these speakers for me in this application.
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I'm considering the Minx Min 22's for my family room 5.1 setup. The room is about 18.5 x 13.5 with 8' ceiling, has a large opening to a sunroom along one of the long dimensions, another decent size opening to the kitchen, as well as the fact that the tv is stuck in the corner due to placement of a fireplace. I'm thinking about doing the 22's for the fronts and center channel, and then maybe the 12's for the rears. Looks like an easy way to save $200 or so, but is it really worth it? Don't want to sell myself short here.

The sub is my next question. 300 watt vs. 200 watt. My gut is to go with the larger unit since I have the 8'x7' opening to the sun room.

For what it's worth, I'm not completely stuck on the Minx series, and I'm open to alternatives. The size and availability of a white finish are big draws to these speakers for me in this application.
Depends how loud you are going to want to play anything. The mins are excellent speaker for a small to medium size room. For open floor plans then I would say the minx will work too but don't expect them to perform like a tower or bookshelves speakers do.

Bass wise they don't have much due to their size. I would look at other brands for a subwoofer. This will depend on your budget too.
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Hi All,

Gone a little quiet here again so I thought I would post just to add something - at least it will get the thread back near the front! Hardly anything of real importance but I upgraded my 4 of my Min20 White Speakers to Min21's - just being a little OCD so I have an all Min21 set-up. So now, I have 3 Black Min21's for the LCR Duties & 6 x White Min21's for the various Surround Channels. Was watching something with both Wides & Heights engaged in addition to the standard Surrounds with Audyssey DSX & it was very impressive!

I sold my 4 Min20's - I am not a rich Californian like Jeff who can afford to throw his in the bin! Jeff, if you get round to reading this, next time when you throw away your Min22's when you next upgrade - let me know - I'll plan to rescue them!

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