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post #2611 of 2670 Old 09-17-2015, 10:36 PM
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Picture taken by me but its my friends HT.










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Very nice setup! I see XTZ subwoofers but what are the speakers? Are those KEF?

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^^ This guy has some skills behind the lens, but keep in mind the picture is only as good as the room. With that said, your buddy has a nice setup.
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Display - LG 65EF9500
Receiver - Denon 4311CI
Speakers - Klipsch RF-82 II's, RC-62 II, RB-61 II's
Subs - Rythmik FV15HP's

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noob here

my first real HT setup and first house.

2- NXG NX-BAS-500
1 by the av cabinet and the other next to the couch.


some of your guy's setups make my mouth water, and im sure they sound better than they look.
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Very nice setup! I see XTZ subwoofers but what are the speakers? Are those KEF?
Thanks Jim!

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JBL Synthesis S2S-EX (2) with a Synthesis SDA 4600 2400 watts bridged. These subs shake your guts and sound amazing at the same time. Love them!
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OPPO 103d, Xbox ONE, SONY KDL-65W850A,
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Klipsch:
4 Klipsch R-115SW powered subwoofers (one in each corner of the room)
1 Klipsch RF-7 II center speaker
2 Klipsch RF-7 II front speakers
2 Klipsch RF-7 II side surround speakers
2 Klipsch RB-81 II front wide surround speakers
2 Klipsch RB-81 II front height surround speakers
2 Klipsch RB-81 II rear surround speakers




Klipsch: 5 RF-7 IIs (center, front mains & side surrounds), 6 RB-81 IIs (front-wide, height & rear surrounds), 4 R-115SW subs. Power Sound Audio: 2 V3600i dual 18" subs. ATI amplifiers: AT6005 & AT4006 Morris Kessler Signature series. Denon: AVR-X5200W. Belden: 10 AWG copper speaker wire. Sewell Direct Deadbolt banana plugs. SVS: sub interconnects. Blue Jeans Cables: interconnects. Mediabridge: Ultra series HDMI, Mid Atlantic: RCS-27U rack w/fans. Epson: 5030UBe projector. Elite: 125" AT screen.

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JTR Cap 1400 hiding back there:

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JTR Cap 1400 hiding back there:
Unless you have an AT screen to put in front of it I'm not certain you can actually hide a Cap1400 in a room. I have the brand new 118HT sitting 5 feet from me as I type this. The two are the same size, so I know what you're looking at there.

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4 Mach 5 Uxl 18's behind AT screen.
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Some updated photo...

One PSA V3600i resides in the back right corner of the room. The second is in the back left corner of the room. All 6 subs are hooked up with SVS Soundpath Interconnect cables. To the right of the sub, along the back wall is my fifth RF7 II that is waiting patiently to replace the RC-64 II as my center speaker.





The 2 Klipsch R-115SW 15" subs that used to reside in the back corners of the room are now placed between (or inside) the 2 RF7 II front main speakers. This is the same location where my JBL S412P towers with built in subs used to be for the last 15 years or so. For the last year, I used those subs combined with 4 corner loaded R-115SW subs, so I am very familiar with these locations. Also, the height of the sub is a perfect fit underneath my AT screen.



Now, all 4 R-115SW subs reside along the front wall...two corner loaded, outside the 2 RF7 II front mains and the other 2 inside the front mains. So, once I replace the center channel speakers as noted above, from left to right, we will have the left corner loaded sub, the left front main, another sub, the center speaker, another sub, the right main and finally the right corner loaded sub. I ordered a Mid Atlantic rack (in transit), so once that arrives I can remove the TV stand and place all the equipment in the rack in the back of the room and replace my center channel speaker as mentioned above.



My Bell'O SP200 36" speaker stands arrived. So, I was able to place my RB-81 II front wide surrounds on them. Those speakers are angled in toward the primary listening position. In the last photos I posted they were temporarily sitting on the corner subs.



The front mains have now been moved out and angled in. They reside under the front heights as shown below. This will leave only the RF7 II center channel sitting behind the AT screen.



Much, much more still to come. Including wire/cable management which will be addressed using the following techniques:
a) Legrand cable raceways will be used to conceal both rear surrounds and both front height surrounds from shelf to floor, Epson Power cord & HDMI cable and the Elite Screen power cord;
b) Electriduct 2" split wire tubing will be used behind the Mid Atlantic AV rack. There will be five separate 5' lengths to group each of the following and keep them apart from one another: 1) power cords, 2) speaker wire, 3) interconnects, 4) HDMI/Video cables and 5) ethernet cables;
c) Velcro one-wrap thin self-gripping ties to separate the wires/cables (as described above) wherever they are not visible; and
d) Gaffer Power professional premium grade gaffer tape to separate the wires/cables (as described above) wherever they are visible.

I hope everyone has a very Happy New Year! Thanks for all the help. I appreciate it.

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^ You should sell the Klipsch subs and grab another PSA. I'm sure there in a mid bass and LFE (tuning point) null hurting potential output.

Lot's of speakers either way. Looks cool
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I like showing off my subs. So here is one of the two of them. (Both look the same).
This is Funk Audio 18.0's I have done in Mahogany Crotch with a red tint.
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I like showing off my subs. So here is one of the two of them. (Both look the same).
This is Funk Audio 18.0's I have done in Mahogany Crotch with a red tint.
The "crotch" part is a bit disturbing, but the finish is awesome!

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One of my LOWARHORNS, ready to button up from mid-summer after the UXL group buy

and for good measure, an in-progress pair of 30" BFM THTLP's from the summer of 2013
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I like showing off my subs. So here is one of the two of them. (Both look the same).
This is Funk Audio 18.0's I have done in Mahogany Crotch with a red tint.
absolutely beautiful finish!

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One of my LOWARHORNS, ready to button up from mid-summer after the UXL group buy

and for good measure, an in-progress pair of 30" BFM THTLP's from the summer of 2013
Garden Grove Bass heavy hitter / mad scientist! : )
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I like showing off my subs. So here is one of the two of them. (Both look the same).
This is Funk Audio 18.0's I have done in Mahogany Crotch with a red tint.
Nice wood.


Finally got a breather now that busy season is over and decided to post a few updates now that I have rearranged my subs...

I replaced my RC-64 II center speaker with an RF-7 II for the center channel. I replaced all speaker wire with Belden 10 gauge AWG 99.99% oxygen free multi-stranded speaker wire with Sewell Direct deadbolt banana plugs on both ends.







I stacked the four Klipsch R-115SW subs in the front of the room. So, they are all corner loaded in the front of the room (while the PSA V3600i dual 18" subs remain corner loaded in the back of the room). All 6 subs are hooked up using SVS Soundpath interconnects.





I got rid of the TV stand and replaced it with a Middle Atlantic Essex RCS-2724 rack with fans. It is placed in the back of the room to: a) eliminate distracting lights in the front of the room, b) remove all wires, clutter and audio equipment from under the screen and c) allow all HDMI connections to decrease from 50' to under 5' (since the Epson projector is in the back of the room). The Denon AVR-X5200W is now connected to my Asus router using Vandesail CAT 7 high-speed twisted pair copper wires. The Optimum cable box and Modem are connected to the wall using Mediabridge Ultra series coaxial cables. The PS4, Amazon FireTV, Optimum cable box and Epson projector are connected to the Denon using Mediabridge Ultra Series HDMI cables.

I had an electrician re-wire the room for a 200amp meter upgrade panel and 5 dedicated 20amp circuits (1 for each of my PSA V3600i subs, 2 for my ATI AT6005 amp and 1 for my ATI AT4006 amp). Both of my Morris Kessler Signature Series amps are placed on heavy duty telescopic shelves.




I used a variety of cable management solutions in the room including: a) Legrand cable raceways, b) split loom tubing, c) Velcro one-wrap thin self-gripping cable ties and d) Gaffer Power professional premium grade tape. I also built a custom platform in front of the main entrance to the room, so all wires coming from the left side of the room to the AV rack would remain separated and hidden. I used Velcro industrial strength strips to secure the platform to the floor to provide cushioning and to allow the platform to easily be lifted in case I need to access the wires in the future.



Much more still to come including: 1) room acoustics, 2) audio calibration using Audyssey and manual adjustments and 3) video calibration. As previously mentioned a few room acoustic basics already incorporated in the room include: a) recliners are placed equidistant between the side walls, several feet from the rear wall and equal distance from the screen to the front main speakers, b) window is covered by thermal insulated blackout curtain to contain all light and prevent sound from reflecting off the glass, c) rug to absorb and prevent reflections from the floor, d) 5' tall bookshelves on both side walls, e) the use of Audyssey room correction software, etc etc.

Today, I will be wrapping Auralex acoustics ISO Series MoPad-XL monitor acoustic isolation pads in black (I don't know why they only make them in grey). These pads will angle all 6 RB-81 II bookshelf speakers downward toward the listening position as well as improve the sound by decreasing resonance.

Klipsch: 5 RF-7 IIs (center, front mains & side surrounds), 6 RB-81 IIs (front-wide, height & rear surrounds), 4 R-115SW subs. Power Sound Audio: 2 V3600i dual 18" subs. ATI amplifiers: AT6005 & AT4006 Morris Kessler Signature series. Denon: AVR-X5200W. Belden: 10 AWG copper speaker wire. Sewell Direct Deadbolt banana plugs. SVS: sub interconnects. Blue Jeans Cables: interconnects. Mediabridge: Ultra series HDMI, Mid Atlantic: RCS-27U rack w/fans. Epson: 5030UBe projector. Elite: 125" AT screen.

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Upgrading both MFW15's to MFW15 Seaton Sound subs, half way there one more to go after I recover fully.






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Upgrading both MFW15's to MFW15 Seaton Sound subs, half way there one more to go after I recover fully.





I am so excited for you to get them both upgraded. I did both of mine, as well.

What are you recovering from, btw? I just had a two week stay in the hospital from pneumonia, and they ended up having to do major surgery on one of my lungs. It was a very trying time, to say the least. :P
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I had 3 subs, but now that I am moving, I am going down to 1 sub in the living room as my theater really never got used. I'll miss the sound, but I have no desire to have more than one sub in a living room.





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My SVS PC-Ultra tucked back in the corner. Only paid $300 for it and a set of Monitor Audio front towers and center. Not bad for $4000 worth of equipment!

Pic before I had hooked up the new front speakers and moved those Polks to the rear as surrounds.
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I like showing off my subs. So here is one of the two of them. (Both look the same).
This is Funk Audio 18.0's I have done in Mahogany Crotch with a red tint.
All Funk's subs are good looking, but these are particularly nice. Can you put grills on if needed?

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My SVS PC-Ultra tucked back in the corner. Only paid $300 for it and a set of Monitor Audio front towers and center. Not bad for $4000 worth of equipment!

Pic before I had hooked up the new front speakers and moved those Polks to the rear as surrounds.

Nice clean setup. I approve.

Where are you're electronics hidden?

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Nice clean setup. I approve.

Where are you're electronics hidden?
I have everything mounted in a closet off to the side. Everything controlled via an IR Etender and a Harmony One.

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I am so excited for you to get them both upgraded. I did both of mine, as well.

What are you recovering from, btw? I just had a two week stay in the hospital from pneumonia, and they ended up having to do major surgery on one of my lungs. It was a very trying time, to say the least. :P
Respitory infection and ear infections and apparently walking pneumonia, nice mix... have been sick since the 16th, been on antibiotics now for 4 days, missed 2 days of work which considering isn't that bad.

I hope you're recovering quickly, not much fun getting that sick.

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