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Boston Acoustics VRM 60

Boston Acoustics VRM 60
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5 reviews

Jun, 2018

We have collected and analyzed 5 user reviews from international sources. The average review date is Feb 24, 2008. We have compared these reviews to 1191496 reviews from other Speakers. Last update: Jun 22, 2018.

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Boston Acoustics VR M60


I bought 2 VRM60s, 2 VRM50s, and 1 VRM Center channel back 8-9 years ago from Tweeter. If you like bright speakers, you will love them. They have wonderful tonal quality especially in the mid -high range, and have a decent base response especially if...

Jul, 2010

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Boston Acoustics VR M60


Found these at a pawn shop, they looked out of place immediately. The price tag was $100, I thought they were fake. I examined them, they looked real. Felt real. Dual binding posts. I paid cash. These speakers were amazing! They absolutely destroyed my...

Dec, 2009

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Boston Acoustics VR M60


I love these speakers, I fell in love with them the first time I listened to them and spent a few months looking at others, but nothing compared as far as I was concerned. My previous speakers were DCM, and I like these better. Up until this weekend,...

Small size, beautiful looking, incredible sound

As far as I am concerned, there isn't any. I do have a subwoofer, but I think these would still do well without it

May, 2007

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Boston Acoustics VR M60


These speakers were 45% off at Audioadvisor when I bought them late in '06. Since then, I have not seen them anywhere online, and Boston Acoustics has come out with a new product in this category. I guess I was lucky to purchase them when I did. I'm...

Extremely detailed and exciting to listen to. Impressive power handling (200W). Robust build

Not for the feint of heart. May strike some as producing a slightly flat sound stage

Apr, 2007

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Boston Acoustics VR M60


I finally found a bookshelf speaker i can live with and enjoy in the Boston Acoustics VRM-60.Thier lively characteristics really make music come alive.They really do nothing wrong.Thier midrange is incredible but what sets them apart from other...


NADA...for a bookshelf

Aug, 2005

Product Specifications

One look at its hand-rubbed cherry finish and arresting geometry, and you know that the VR-M60 is no ordinary compact monitor. In fact, a system with this level of engineering refinement is a rare thing indeed. The VR-M60 is a full-range two-way system utilizing Boston's most advanced technology. Inside is 1-inch aluminum tweeter with AMD. AMD stands for Amplitude Modification Device - an ingenious method of producing lifelike, smooth high frequencies without resorting to signal-degrading electronic circuitry. The VR-M tweeter is joined - literally - by a Boston computer optimized 6-1/2-inch bass unit. Their closeness creates a "point source" image, which means your ear cannot discern where highs end and lows begin, for sound that's seamless and natural. The VR-M DCD Bass unit features a rigid die-cast aluminum basket that keeps the driver's moving parts in precise alignment for the cleanest, smoothest response.