Wait and see. It might have better bottom end.
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Or, you could purchase the VRS1 sub with the VR2 for similar (or less) mone). I have a pair of VRS1s (for better room loading) the I use with a pair of VR2s. With the subs, the midrange is improved and the bass is all you could dream of. With the Avia tests, I can not hear the transition from the VR2 to the sub. It is truely seemless.
Where did you hear about the VR4JR's? I want in on the gossip.
Either way, I'm sure you will be happy. Good luck!
I can't exactly which Von Schweikert dealer I spoke with who gave me the info - he was also a big fan of the Vr2 - I also spoke with someone at VS that filled me in on the details. It will be interesting to read what everyone has to say about the VR4 Jr when its introduced at the CES show in Jan. I heard the VS rep is already taking his sample around and auditioning it for the various dealers.
Any idea on the size? One of the nice features of the VR2 is that it is fairly small, which aids in placement. I figured out that I didn't have room for the 4's. Could be that the Jrs. could be closer in size to the 2s even if the constuction is more similar to th 4s. I look forward to hearing more!