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Title: Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: carlbeck on May 07, 2003, 07:53:12 AM
A few folks keep mentioning VMPS as a good choice for me but has anyone ever heard the "lower" line? I'm looking at the RM1's, the 2's look nice but a little out of my price range. The ribbon concept & deep bass sound apealing but I really don't want to pay for more shipping to return stuff ;D
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: Nick's Picks on May 07, 2003, 08:34:15 AM
Carl, buddy....

I know you are concerned about your room, but I can't tell you enough how lifeless box speakers sound compared to plannars when you are listening to live recordings.

we really need to make that listening trip happen sooner than later.  those Martins and/or Maggies will smoke your brain.

I bet some MMGs, or MG12's, which are certainly small enough for your room, w/a nice sub would be very hard to beat and easily put together for $1500.  They would sound fan-freakin-tastic w/your CJ pre > DNA combo.  I can't wait to buy some and bring them to your house.
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: carlbeck on May 07, 2003, 09:55:37 AM
That is the design concept behind the VMPS, planar/ribbon sound in a box with a fat woofer! Check them yourself, they may be what your looking for.
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: Nick's Picks on May 07, 2003, 12:58:01 PM
yea, I checked them out.
sorry, if it doesn't look like something Carl Sagen would be proud of, im' not interested.
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: carlbeck on May 07, 2003, 01:04:35 PM
Nick, please don't make me buy them to prove you wrong, you know I will  ;)
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 07, 2003, 09:55:38 PM
Nick, I completely disagree.  Lifeless?  In my experience, planars and statics and the like are good for jazz and vocals, but truly fall behind good cone speakers for live rock.   They get muddled, confused, and compressed.  For live shows, my CEC TL2X > dCS Delius > McCormack RLD-1 > McCormack DNA-125 > B&W N805/Velodyne rig SMOKES my friend's Wadia 850 > Bryston BP20 > Bryston 4BST > Martin Logan SL3.  They are both very different presentations on the music.

His rig is better with some vocals, chamber music, and piano (especially piano), and I *love* maggies for Jazz, but IMO anything else and I'd much rather have a set of dynamic drivers...  Believe me, his rig sounds GOOD, damn good.  And 'statics are really killer on the right recordings.  But I crave the attack, dynamics, and scale of the dynamic drivers, especially with live stuff!  Now he listens almost exclusively to female vocals and piano, so I see why he owns what he does, it excels there.

I have another friend with Music Hall CD-25 > Bryston BP60 > Martin Logan Aerius, and it's a decent little rig, but really falls behind on live shows.  Too damn polite.

Best speakers for live rock that I have heard, period, are Wilson Watt/Puppy 7's.  They reproduced a life-size musical event like I have never heard it before, except at a show  ;D

Just MHO..  I want a pair of maggies for my second rig, but that would be pretty much jazz only...  Skip the MMG's and MG12s.  Save for the 1.6's, that's where maggies start to get good...  REAL GOOD...  If you're into 50's and 60's jazz (I am!), I don't think they can be beat!
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: Nick's Picks on May 08, 2003, 08:06:38 AM
well...the listening i've done lately consisted of:

Martin Logan Ascent ($3.5k) and it was so holographic, I thought I was in a star trek episode or something.

next up was the Maggies: 1.6qr, MG12 and MMG
all of those bennefited from a nice velodyne sub and the musical experience was the same for me.

I've been listening to DSM series B&W's, Sonas Faber Concherto's and Grand Pianos,  the full line of Paradigm...plus whatever Carl has at his house from one month to the next.

your descriptions of planars is what box speakers sound like to me.  I found that they were amazingly quick, unbelievably transparent and like I said, a complete 3-dimensional experience that left such an impression on me that I just can't look at box speakes.  Most especialy those ML Ascents.  The Maggie 1.6qr was also great, but as you know they are the size of a standard door and you need a big ass room to make them breath right.  I found the MG12 w/sub was just as satisfying as the 1.6qr (which also needed a sub to get down and dirty).

You show me a box speaker that comes ANYWHERE near the performance of a $550 pair of maggie MMG's with a sub.
that's approx $1200 l $1500 depending on your choice of sub.

My ear is pretty new to high-end audio, so maybe it's just my learning curve that is talking.  All I know is that I really, really like what I've heard and am definately going in that direction.
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 08, 2003, 09:58:11 AM
The Martin Logan Ascent is the new model of my friend's SL3's.  I am very familiar with them...   He has them in a 15x22 room, and they are a bit squished in there because his wife will only let them be about 2.5-3 feet from the back walls.  'Statics really need to be about 5-6 feet from the back walls; or more,  Remember, they are dipole speakers.  Since his are not placed ideally, the soundstage collapses, and the imaging is somewhat distorted.

I am not in any way saying they are bad loudspeakers.  They are absolutely fantastic when given the room, the right amplification, and the right source components; and when fed the source material they like.  Then they are among the best speakers on earth.  But "box" speakers, given the same care and feeding, can absolutely image and soundstage as well as 'statics!  With the right stuff, box speakers "disappear" into the room.  They do have different sound qualities than 'statics, but holographic imaging is not the sole realm of dipoles.

Personally, I find that I am initially quite attracted to planars and statics, but over many long listening sessions the balance starts to swing the other way and I crave the immediacy and attack of my B&Ws.  My friend and I listen to each other's rigs regularly.  For anything but vocals and piano, I prefer the B&Ws.   That's MY preference, it's obviously not his!  And to be honest, I'm a picky audiophile, always in search of the "better" sound.  Most people would be quite satisfied with either!

Not that the B&W Nautilus line (and and most other "box" speakers) doesn't have it's set of negatives; among them, they also need lots of breathing room (less than statics, tho, but even the 12 x 35 room we have them in isn't truly "enough"), and topnotch amplification and source componentry to sound good.   Without good components ahead of them, the Nautilus tweets will drill a hole in your brain.   The B&W CDM series is pretty far below the Nautilus in sound quality, BTW.  It sounds, to me, a whole lot like the older Matrix speakers.  I demoed them side by side and the CDM's were all boxy sounding.  Maybe that's what you're hearing...  If you're considering a $3500 pair of statics, make sure you audition the Nautilus line, which is much more comparable.  And the new Thiel CS 2.4's.  I am VERY impressed with them!!  Any, to be honest, would make a good choice  ;D

BTW, bring over a pair of MMG's and put them next to my N805's.  I *guarantee* you'll walk away preferring the B&Ws.  If not, I'll buy all the beer  ;D
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: Nick's Picks on May 09, 2003, 08:25:39 AM
i'm sure the Nautalis's would smoke them.
but ...what do those cost?

the maggies w/a sub is HUGE for the price point.  and i'm all about price points.
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: scervin on May 09, 2003, 08:43:48 AM
I like Maggies more so than the Logans. Ducati I'm all for the 1.6's as well. I think those are where the Maggies really begin to shine. Of course they are the only Maggies I could ever own as I think the 2.6's are nearly 7' tall :)  I'm more of a fan of box speakers because, well my wife makes me that way. Until I have my own 16' x 13' room, I'm stuck w/ boxes.  Just don't thik she would approve of changing shades in the living room 4-6' from the wall.  The N805's are very nice and I think the only others I've heard that compete well would be the JM Labs Utopia's and the Dynaudio Contour 1.3 SE's though the N805's look a little better.  Very different sounds, but I like each equally.  Saw a pair of N805's on audiogon for $1100, but I don't like buying speakers used for some reason.
   Back to the VMPS....  I've had some buddies listen to these and they are beginning to save as much as possible for the RM40's.  I don't car too much for the finish, but from what I've heard they sound great!

Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: carlbeck on May 09, 2003, 08:53:07 AM
That's the problem, all I ever hear about is the RM40's. I'm nervous to buy a smaller pair after hearing the RM40's. There seems to be a lot of hype about the 40's & a friend of a friend does have them. To purchase a different speaker in the same line after hearing the flagship doesn't seem to be a wise choice at this point for me, maybee after I hear them but not now.
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 09, 2003, 08:56:45 AM
But Nick, you said: "You show me a box speaker that comes ANYWHERE near the performance of a $550 pair of maggie MMG's with a sub."

;)  I gave you one box speaker, there are many others.

I understand price points, but you're all over the map, man.  Are we talking best speaker for $550 (MMG price) or $3500 (Martin Logan Ascent)??  The choices get much better, both with box and planars, when you get that high..  As SC said, there's lots of good choices, they all sound different, it's just finding the one that you like :)

SC: I really want to try the Signature 805's, I hear they are pretty much dead heat with the new Dynaudio Special 25's.  I have no way to demo either, tho, as my local shop doesn't carry Dynaudio, and they probably aren't going to order a pair of Siggy 805's.

And I'm with ya on the wife thing.  My wife just doesn't like Planars.  Back when we built our house I thought she'd go for a pair of 3.6's, because you can get them "upholstered" to match your room.  That's very her style--matching stuff LOL.   But somehow she didn't go for that, saying they were too big, too ugly, etc.  But she likes the N802/N801's...?  Dunno, they're all equally large to me (although the bigger maggies and the like are visually taller, but take up less floor space)...
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: scervin on May 09, 2003, 09:12:04 AM
I might have it a little worse with the wife matching things.  Mine was a selection coord. for one of the largest housing compaines in the US (Centex Homes).  Now she is more marketing, but she still has that interiot dec. thing going when it comes to our place! When she starts talking more about the Corian, I'll start talking more about the Parasound Halo! :) Although I think I got her talked into getting the Grados for my b-day!
   I think if I were to ever get statics they would have to be in the form of Stax headphones!  They are mighty nice and mated with a nice sub they get the job done, but I'm still convinced you can get something that sounds as good out of a box.  Our ears are all very different and I respect that.  But, Nick know that the system you like is very good and I'm glad you feel it sounds good and you don't have to worry about WAF.  

    FYI, I know your not a fan of the internet purchasing of equipment, but Mark Schifter has a project that is going to be very similar to the VMPS with ribbon tweeters and such. He has brought in all his comtacts from his Genesis days to design them.  They might compete with the Logans and VMPS.  Look up Onix Stratas.  They will be preiced in the $5k+

Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 09, 2003, 09:30:15 AM
My wife has the "Real Simple" look going on, LOL.  At least that's what I tell her.  She was a graphic design major in college, and has that simple-but-clean look that so many of them like.  It's a real challenge, bringing hifi into that picture, ya know?  My only saving grace is that she quite enjoys music, especially well-produced music.  We've well passed new car purchase territory with our hifi, and she still let s me add to it.  So apparently she hasn't prclaimed it "done" yet LOL.

She also has a fetish with hiding wires...  Which is why I'm relegated to stuffing everything inside a wife-approved cherry armoire (which also holds TV and 5.1 stuff!).  (this had a sonic side benefit, tho; I close the doors and turn off the lights when REALLY listening, no distractions even from front panel lights!)  I have NO idea how I talked her into the MIT MH750+ bwire speaker cables.  If you've ever seen them, the "wire" part looks like a big braided garden hose, and they terminate near the loudspeakers in a huge shoebox.  I'm still shocked she let them stay, over the clean looking Kimber that was there previously!

Anyway, I see this on AV123 website:
2 x 10" accelerometer controlled aluminum woofers in an unique compression enclosure system. Powered by an internal 1000w with parametric EQ.
2 x 6.5" VIFA midbass couplers in a dipolar array
1 x 28" BG Ribbon Midrange
4 x Tweeters - Three in the front and one rear-firing
~55" Tall
~140lbs each
$6500/pr with special introductory pricing set for $5000 to $5500 dollars
Late 2003

Very uncomventional design, to say the least.  Midbass dipolar array?  Rear firing tweet?  Hmmmmn, wild.  That must be one helluva crossover in there.  How do you time align a rear firing driver??  As one hifi friend said to me years ago: "crossover design separates the men from the boys."  I'd love to hear this unconventional design.  Are you going to buy them?   ;)
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: scervin on May 09, 2003, 09:41:34 AM
If the wife ends up getting the Corian w/ integrated sink, hardwood floor, and I win the lotto.... maybe.  I've got a guy nearby that is thinking about picking them up and is driving to a theater meet in Chicago next weekend to talk with Mark about them.  I'm not sure he has Dick Pierce on this project or not, but many of us in the local area get together every now and again to wathc movies and listen to new gear and your thoughts have come up more than a couple times.  I'll be interested to hear them, thats for sure.
I'm heading over to a buddies this weekend as he just finished his theater and will listen to his new gear. He won't tell us what it is, but I know I'll be watching LOTR:EE through HTPC projected by a 9" CRT Barco. Very nice!!

Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 09, 2003, 09:48:12 AM
AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH that sounds like FUN.  LOTR is unbelieveable, I was blown away.  Our next HT/5.1 upgrade needs to be a visual one...  We're still using our old Sony 27" trinitron, which can't do movies like that justice!!

Sounds like a fun group of people to hang with, I love audio discussions :)  That's why we do "hifi night" nearly every Thurs.  To get together, listen to each other's rigs, and talk about hifi.  Fun stuff.

Buy the Corian.  We got it, that stuff rocks.  So easy to clean, looks fab, and doesn't stain.  That's bonus for the person who leaves a dripping bottle of red wine that would permanently stain other 'tops...

We didn't get the integrated sink, my wife wanted porcelain.  I'm iffy.  I'd rather have the built in sink...  But her mom said she has lots of friend who have cracked their corian sinks by dropping small pots or pans; one woman dropped a 9" calphalon omelet pan and her sink cracked!  Ahwell...  I'm pretty careful, and if I did that with porcelain we'd chip it anyway...

Anyway, do buy the corian.  That and ceramic tile were the best two splurges we made for our new house...
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: scervin on May 09, 2003, 10:08:25 AM
Yeah his theater is pretty nice. I'm just curious to see what he has for speakers now.  Last Oct. on our honeymoon we bought a 55" Mits with integrated HD and I'll tell you it is unreal. I went and got a Rat Shack ant. and I get all the OTA HD in our area as well as picking up my fav... CBC for all the Stanley Cup games, although it is only analog.  Digital cable/DTV is so poor compared to HD! I now get to watch NASCAR in digital 16:9 and it is the best.  I will say its hard watching DTV now, I only use it for my TNN, speedworld, TLC, Discovery and only a couple others.  JAG, CSI's, and others are unreal!

Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: scervin on May 09, 2003, 10:09:42 AM
   Sorry about the threadjack  :-\    I think I'm done.  Is there any way to find people in yur area that might have the VMPS??
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 09, 2003, 10:21:34 AM
mfrench makes a very good point: there are issues integrating a sub into the sonic picture.  It is very difficult to get them to sound "right" with speakers that weren't designed to have a sub added in the first place.  

This is where ML and the like spend alot of time and resources with the smaller panel speakers that need cone bass drivers: sometimes it works out very well, sometimes not so well.  

Probably why I usually prefer listening to my N805's sans sub, to be honest...  It's tough to do "right."

I really want to hear a pair of those Soliloquy's...  You've had my interest piqued since you mentioned them to me back when we were talking TL's  ;D
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: scervin on May 09, 2003, 10:27:59 AM
I've been trying to listen to those forever it seems, but can't find anyone in the area.  Any help?  With an SPL meter and a good test tone disc I think you can integrate a sub "fairly" well.  I don't use mine when playing music, but might as I'm beta testing a UFW-10 with the eq. I have a nasty room mode at around 60HZ (typical) and if I can tame this I might listen to music with the sub on.  You really need a musical sub for audio, but with the audio tracks on DVD's these day's you need something to shake the room for added effect.  Now back to 2-channel discussion....
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 09, 2003, 10:33:16 AM
Yeah, and the bummer is, you integrate it via test tones and whatnot for 2 channel, and it's not loose and loud enough for 5.1

Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: scervin on May 09, 2003, 10:38:20 AM
Exactly why I don't use it.  That's why I said "fairly" easy to do, you can come close.  I've found that if I boost it 2 dB it blends really well.  This is only when we party w/ the neighbors and they want to listen to Snoop and dance tunes!  ::)  
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 09, 2003, 10:51:18 AM
LOL a little far for me, too.  I'm in Columbus, OH.

I see they have a dealer in "Madison" OH.  I think that's up by Cleveland?  440 area code...  Maybe next time I'm up that way I'll try to schedule a listening session.

SC: I had J.Lo on my hifi rig last party we had.  LOL
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: scervin on May 09, 2003, 11:04:29 AM
Holy $%&$ !!! Audio Dimensions has these!!  I'm in MI btw, about 1 hr north west of Hockeytown.  I might just have to check these out now.  This is one dealer I just noticed last week. It looks more like a barber shop than hifi.  Just hope they don't give me the same 'tude as some others!
Thanks for the link!
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: carlbeck on May 09, 2003, 11:55:31 AM
I looked for a dealer for these last week as a matter of fact & we have nothing in Maine, Mass or NH. Nick & I are planning a roadtrip to audition some stuff but VT is a little far for him with the baby probably. I don't care I'll drive but I need my boy wonder ;)
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: Nick's Picks on May 09, 2003, 02:31:15 PM
i can't afford the ML acents...I just looked at them.  I find the characteristics similar w/the maggies, even at $550.

I believe you...there are great box style speakers out there.  I've heard plenty of them.  Its all i've ever heard until a month ago.  I guess the newness of the sound of planars has just got me hooked.  I'm at the point where I dont even want to look at another pair or speakers, no matter what.
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 09, 2003, 02:39:06 PM
Understand  ;D

You could consider buying them used, although I don't know how well ribbons ship?  You should be able to get a pair of 1.6's for about $1000, or maybe the older 1.4's for $600 or so.

You could buy a pair of Martin Logan Aerius for about $850 or so, or Aerius i's for a shade over $1000.  I'd go for the i's.  I have a buddy with an Aerius rig, if you'd like to converse with him about it...

Skip the smaller logans, they don't even have an inkling of the planar magic.
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: carlbeck on May 09, 2003, 04:42:50 PM
PLEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSEEEEEEEE, you don't even want to look??? I find that a little difficult to believe ;D
   I have been reading up on the Soliloquy's & they have two VERY good reviews on their website for the 6.3's. Checking Audiogon, a few people also rave about them. I may have to hear a pair or just order some & see ;)
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: carlbeck on May 09, 2003, 06:23:30 PM
They do look very nice. I mean not to sound like Nick or anything but I am looking for a nice looking set of speakers as well. After staring at these Vandies for a while, I really am looking for a nice cherry finished speaker. The ones for sale I have seen have been the rosewood & I can't tell from the website which finish is which?!?! I know you rave about them & we listen to similar enough music so they may be worth a shot.
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 09, 2003, 07:00:06 PM
Hey, nice looks don't make 'em sound better, but they sure improve pride of ownership.  And when you drop $3k on something there better be some pride in it!

A silly comparison is the remote that comes with the McCormack RLD-1 pre.  I love my RLD-1 pre in every way, but the remote is skinny light, like a cheap TV's.  OK, guys at C-J, we like the sound but improve the remote, it works wonders for pride of ownership!!

What would you describe the sonic signature as, mfrench?  When I think ProAc I think laid back, tubey, midrangey and slightly soft...
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: carlbeck on May 09, 2003, 07:18:31 PM
Mike they are pretty detailed but not sterile, correct?
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 10, 2003, 05:48:02 PM
mfrench: it's the big joke among audiophile magazines, who have begun to deride manufacturers for making small chunks of billet aliminum into remote controls.  But I'm with you, I like the small heavy weaponry: at least my dogs can't chew 'em up!  ;)

By soft I mean lacking attack, sortof smoothing over things.  I find ProAc's, in my past listening experiences, have been sortof warm and "slow" for lack of a better word..  It's not that the lack detail, they just...  Dunno, the music just seems softer.  More laid back.  Some people really enjoy the ProAc sound, but to me it lacks excitement.  Now I haven't heard their top models, and to be fair perhaps they were mismatched (electronic wise).

Anyway, it doesn't sound like the Sol's are like that at all :)

It sounds like your Plinius is quite a bit like my McCormack: IMO the best combination of tubes and solid state!  
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 11, 2003, 11:35:17 AM
I ran a tube amp in my office system for about a year...  Although that isn't a long time in terms of an audiophile's lifetime, I used the hell out of that amp.  I bought it used, and after about 4 mos. I noticed a bit of softening of transients, and less extension in the high registers, so I replaced power tubes.  Bam.  Back to normal.

So while I may have not had optimal sound for a few weeks, it's pretty easy to hear when things "aren't right" and swap tubes around.

Besides, imagine being able to change the tone of your rig via changing out tubes: you WILL have more than one set, believe me :)

I wouldn't hesitate to buy a tube amp, really the maintenance isn't bad.  It's fun to check bias and whatnot, gives you something to tweak and fiddle without buying things  ;)

The problem I have is my wife...  Now that we have the rig downstairs in the main living space, she doesn't want to fool with tubes to watch TV.  I just leave the power amp on all the time so she doesn't have to flip it on, etc.  Obviously you couldn't do this with tubes, which have a finite lifetime.  

I'm happy with my McCormack, it really does have the warmth and liquidity I loved about my tube amp, while also possessing serious bass extension and control, and more extended highs.  No grain.  I do miss the glow of tubes sometimes, tho, they're like little fake fireplaces :)  I think I'll keep the McCormack for a good while, and if I get the itch to buy tubes again I'm going whole hog and buying a pair of Cary 805C monos  ;D
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: carlbeck on May 11, 2003, 11:56:17 AM
I think that's the benefit of the McCormack. I had a CJ MF2200 & really didn't think it was nice sounding at all. All I ever heard was how "tubey" they sounded with good bass slam. Then I swapped the DNA into my system & bingo, that is "tubeish" with a much cleaner sound as well as bass impact. I can't imagine getting rid of my McCormack but everything else is subject to change at any time ;)
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 11, 2003, 02:16:32 PM
Carl, if you ever feel the need to switch, call up Smc audio and get your DNA modded (if it isn't already).  You have a DNA-1, right?  Lots of mods for that thing...

Steve is supposed to release mods for the DNA-125 and 225 soon (I have the 125).  I'm planning on sending mine in...  I've heard excellent things about his mods.  In general I'm not a fan of modding anything, but if the amp's designer does it, I'm A-OK  ;)

I have the same impression of that CJ amp...  the DNA-125 blows it away, in every manner.  It's very interesting to me, since CJ bought them.  I wonder why?   :P
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: Wiggler on May 11, 2003, 04:22:09 PM
I'm really happy with my Cary Sli 80 > maggie 1.6qr setup I prefer the sound to my McIntosh> 802's.
I love tube sound plus your can change tubes to change the sound without buying new gear.

Hey Ducati I use the same Mit Mh 750 Bi wire speaker cables whats really funny is at one time I ran those  cables with a pair of Naut 805's  whats the chance of that?

Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: sideshowbob on May 11, 2003, 07:21:30 PM
Good for you guys!!!! Not quite there yet. I'm still young and have plenty of time for new toys. I guess I'll have to just settle for my MC352>N802's for now ;) Happy listening. Thanks.......Jason
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: ducati on May 12, 2003, 08:32:14 AM
Wiggler, we have similar tastes, apparently, in stupid expensive wires  ;)

I love Cary tube amps...  MMMMMN.
Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?--Hey Carl
Post by: Trevor on June 12, 2003, 08:07:20 PM
Are you coming to Vegas anytime soon (panic maybe)?  You can swing by my pad and listen to my VMPS 626r with soundcoat, auricap, and FST.  bring your favorite tunes and give them a whirl.

Title: Re:Anyone heard VMPS?
Post by: carlbeck on June 12, 2003, 08:47:36 PM
Thanks for the offer Trevor but I don't see getting out of New England at all this summer. I have NO shows worth taping for as far as I can see around here! Tough year around these parts.