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post #1 of 10 Old 06-19-2013, 04:46 AM - Thread Starter
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Dear members, I have a room of 20 square meters, have the same price bose lifestyle 12 and boston acoustic soundware 5.1!Music and movies are concerned.

Please help choosing:

Thank you my friends.
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+1 to the Boston and a "real" sub.

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... I have a room of 20 square meters ..
Something tells me zmedak5's not in Kansas anymore... wink.gif

zmedak5, are you located in the U.S.? If not, where?

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Meanwhile, 20 sq.m. = 215.28sq. ft.
Assuming 8' (2.44m) ceilings, volume is 1,722 cu.ft.
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i am located in Europe.
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Without reading the question:
Boston.

Any other options? I think you get the Cambridge Audion S30s (at least in the UK) which would be nice with a sub. Not sure if NHT is an available option.
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i am looking for small sat dimensions...boston soundware is nice look...
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Paradigm Millenia One and a good subwoofer.

http://www.paradigm.com/products/products-by-category/bookshelf/paradigm-reference/milleniaone-5-0-system/milleniaone-5-0-system

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