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post #721 of 2580 Old 06-26-2009, 02:01 PM
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i second that.

It makes me want to sell everything and just give up.

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Here's some of mine....





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Here's some of mine....






I want to move in, very very nice system!

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Man its hard to look threw this thread.

Yeah, it sure is, people have some incredible setups.

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Yeah they do.

I dont understand what people are using to do the surround processing. Those guys running crown power amps and stuff what is doing the surround processing and decoding?

Ide like to buy a bunch of smaller amps and do that but im not sure what you guys are using?

If its an exspensive processor ill just stick with my receiver but ide like to check into the seperate power amp setups.

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Yeah they do.

I dont understand what people are using to do the surround processing. Those guys running crown power amps and stuff what is doing the surround processing and decoding?

Ide like to buy a bunch of smaller amps and do that but im not sure what you guys are using?

If its an exspensive processor ill just stick with my receiver but ide like to check into the seperate power amp setups.

It really depends, for example my AVR (a Marantz SR5003) can act as a processor as each channel has a pre out that can be fed to monoblock or multi channel amps.

What model receiver do you have, it may also have this capability in which case the sky is the limit amplifier wise.

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I come back to this thread almost daily just to get aroused by bosso's setup.

I guess I could put up my 3 main rooms (w/ Conquest in main HT, SVS 16-46PC+ in home office, and dual MFW's in secondary HT) at some point, but my stuff just seems so pedestrian...
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I come back to this thread almost daily just to get aroused by bosso's setup.

I guess I could put up my 3 main rooms (w/ Conquest in main HT, SVS 16-46PC+ in home office, and dual MFW's in secondary HT) at some point, but my stuff just seems so pedestrian...

Post it!

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I want to move in, very very nice system!

Thanks! Yours looks good as well (offering alot of slammability I'm sure).
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nice croseiv.

heres mine the baby setup of yours

dual pb12+'s Nothing spectacular at all looking at this humbling thread but i like em.





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Nice setup...remember growing up watching fuzzy snowy b&w sets......with 3 channels...kids today don't know how good they got it!

I am no longer able to watch a movie. I am monitoring a video display with regards to chroma, brightness, contrast and correct pulldown.
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Nice setup...remember growing up watching fuzzy snowy b&w sets......with 3 channels...kids today don't know how good they got it!

Yeah and they tell their friends, remember watching *insert new cartoon here* when you were little i loved the bass when that bird flew around!

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It really depends, for example my AVR (a Marantz SR5003) can act as a processor as each channel has a pre out that can be fed to monoblock or multi channel amps.

What model receiver do you have, it may also have this capability in which case the sky is the limit amplifier wise.

Well mine can do that too but it must weight 40 pounds so i wouldnt want to use that along with 4 other amps.

I thought it would be cool to do that way you could put in an EQ on each channel and better shape the sound going to each speaker. Ide want better midrange in the front and a little less bass on my sides.

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nice croseiv.

heres mine the baby setup of yours

dual pb12+'s Nothing spectacular at all looking at this humbling thread but i like em.

I really like the looks of those PB12+'s! Very nice indeed. Mini Ultras.
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This pic is a little old (~4 months):



I've been considering some "balance" and changing to some sort of dual sub setup (ULS-15s or Rythmiks). Too many other upgrades recently and I have a new plasma on the way...

LOVE the PB13-ULTRA though.
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why not another ultra? looks like there is a spot right there where that vase is!

nice setup btw.
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why not another ultra? looks like there is a spot right there where that vase is!

nice setup btw.

Thanks.

I've come close a few times to picking up another Ultra, but I think I'd like something smaller. I have a rather large and open room (~6,500cF) with large openings to other rooms. I don't need more output than the Ultra provides, and I often wonder if a pair of ULS-15s or Rythmiks would sound better.

I've come close to selling my Ultra a few times now, but I can't seem to bring myself to do it...
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Thanks.

I've come close a few times to picking up another Ultra, but I think I'd like something smaller. I have a rather large and open room (~6,500cF) with large openings to other rooms. I don't need more output than the Ultra provides, and I often wonder if a pair of ULS-15s or Rythmiks would sound better.

I've come close to selling my Ultra a few times now, but I can't seem to bring myself to do it...

Definitely another Ultra to fill in the space there.
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"Tower" model..





Unfortunately, she needs to find a new home.
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"Tower" model..





Unfortunately, she needs to find a new home.

Are you selling????
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Are you selling????

I am, yeah. But only because of a need to downsize a little..

And just in case people IM me, I have to stay local with it (WA).. no boxes or packing.

I'm a bit sad about it, really.. best sub I've owned.
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I have to stay local with it (WA).. no boxes or packing.

I'm a bit sad about it, really.. best sub I've owned.

I hear ya! Man If I was in WA I'd be all over that....
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Nice setup...remember growing up watching fuzzy snowy b&w sets......with 3 channels...kids today don't know how good they got it!

Yep, I remember and still watch it!


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Nothing like some mega subs in here but a sub is a sub.



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Nothing like some mega subs in here but a sub is a sub.




Absolutely! I almost picked up this sub a few weeks ago, but I decided against it, ONLY because of the size. Looks great though...
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Current system: 4-2x15" dual opposed sealed subs, 1-2x12" dual opposed sealed sub and 1-20x6.5" push/pull sealed MBM all driven by 13,000 watts and flat in-room to 3Hz.

Newest sub, bamboo finish 2x15":

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2X12" in oak:

The Raven 2x15":

The Executive 2X15":

Box 2X15":

20x6.5" push/pull MBM:


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Wow! This is more than just amazing subwoofers. This is art.
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The infamous Sunfire. I love it though! Bought her used on Audiogon a couple weeks ago. For the first time ever, finally got true sub bass. There's spots in movies I've never felt bass before like say a military helicopters engine ultra low but powerful idle rumple. My other sub was a Velodyne MiniVee and although a nice little sub and much easier to integrate for 2-channel music, it's not even comparable to the Sunfire. Not even my old dual 15" Cerwin Vegas can do low powerfull bass like the 13" Sunfire cube can. I've always wanted a Sunfire, glad to not only have one finally, but the flagship EQ Signature.

The guy I bought it from upgraded to some huge coffe table sized SVS, heh, but I like my small but power packages (that's what she said, lol.)
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Nothing like some mega subs in here but a sub is a sub.




I have 2 of these now in a 22x13x8 room. Sound is absolutely incredible. Can't wait to get the SVS EQ.
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This is a marvelous thread! There is a lot of effort put into many of these systems. My wife was amazed when I showed her Erich H's DIY home theater and his very impressive speaker building project. She said "doesn't he have a job?"

Our small condo living room only has room for one decent size sub. Originally I wanted an SVS cylinder sub. However, she didn't like the appearance of the SVS speaker cloth (sort of a glitzy velvet look in her opinion). It is important for our equipment to look good as well as sound good. I mated the Outlaw Audio LFM-1 Plus sub with a Velodyne SMS-1 sub EQ. My wife is very pleased with the look of the inlaid Plexiglas top. It fits in well with our modern/Japanese room decor. She never complains about my purchases as long as they are attractive in our living room.



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