Summary: I have owned theses speakers for about 2 years now. I bought them right as they went out of production, if you can find a gently used pair they are well worth the money. I have them bi-amped with a 7 channel receiver.
Summary: I had a pair of VR3's about 2 years ago, and didn't think they sounded all that great, to be honest. I had a pair of BA A150's back in about 1982, and they were Magnificent, to say the least. I use to let people listen to my Stereo back then with the BA 150's, and they were totally blown away.
Summary: Great sound, excellent bass and clear highs. great sounstage. Excelled with Billy Cobham "Spectrum". Don't NEED a subwoofer but fine with one. Flaw was I wanted a warmer midrange. Too neutral there. Auditioned these in my living room. THIS IS THE ONLY WAY TO JUDGE A SPEAKER!
Summary: Bought these speakers about 6 mouths ago and was very disappointed. The sound was very tinny and the base roll distorted the music on the low end. tryed to get my money back after 3 days but team would not refund my purchase even that I was not happy with the purchase so dont buy from team.
Summary: My SO and I were unwillingly thrust into the market for audio equipment when the system I'd had since university (NAD 3020, boston acoustics A40s, NAD 502 CD (10 yrs old) and Denon 'table) bit the dust. We comparison shopped for several weeks, and kept coming back to BA's VR series speakers.
Summary: I have contracted a sickness, of sorts. I have an audio sickness, I think... At least that's what my wife calls it. I think of it more as a hobby mixed with a bit of obsession. I'm searching for a sort of immersion in sound.
Summary: My entire life I've wanted a great set of speaker's. I'v alway's settled on, as an exapmle, the JBL 3 way with 15" woofer's on salee for $100 the pair, or similar one's, and thought what a wise shopper I was.