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post #1 of 3 Old 08-07-2003, 12:03 PM - Thread Starter
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How much of a difference is there between these two subs? Does the VTF-3 sound that much better to justify the difference?

I listen to a lot of 2-channel music, particularly organ music that has the possibility of bass response down to 16Hz (not that many of the CD recordings out there are able to accurately capture the low frequencies).
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I have both of these in different rooms. If you listen to a lot of deep organ the VTF-3 would be the choice, but it also depends on how big your room is and at what volume you like to play at. For most people the VTF-2 plays loud and low enough in all but the biggest rooms, but the VTF-3 definitely can play deeper and louder. It is my belief that you can never have too much of a good thing, so it is my humble opinion that the VTF-3 would suit you and your organ music better.

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Yes, if you want to reproduce the low-C pedels (some recordings do contain them intact) with low distortions, I would go with the VTF-3 regardless of your usual listening levels. I believe that the additional $$$ is well spent if you are a organ music lover.
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