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I thought I was weird, because I liked doing lawn work. Apparently I'm not alone.
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This is my little project!

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^Very Nice PD!
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All things PSA and landscaping lol
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I push mine...non self propelled ta boot. My lawn is not huge tho, probably around 1/4-1/3 acre.

I wish I had a lot that big, my property is only 2700sq/ft yet my house has a total sq/ft of 2650sq/ft......lol
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Beautiful!

I closed our pool 2 weeks ago for the winter....depressing. frown.gif I need my Triax to perk me up. biggrin.gif. Well, that and some freakin sunshine! It rained here all last week and suppose to rain all this week too! mad.gif

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Beautiful!

I closed our pool 2 weeks ago for the winter....depressing. frown.gif I need my Triax to perk me up. biggrin.gif. Well, that and some freakin sunshine! It rained here all last week and suppose to rain all this week too! mad.gif
Thanks, ya that's never good when it won't stop raining. Everything gets put on the back burner, but at least a lot of you guys have some plentiful sunshine coming once yall get those triax's in! B-)
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I don't know what type of grass that is but it looks very nice!
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I wish I had a lot that big, my property is only 2700sq/ft yet my house has a total sq/ft of 2650sq/ft......lol

wow you dont have much to mow huh! I have a half acre corner lot with a 2100sq/ft house. Which is probably why I do not get alot of complaints from my neighbors. The closest house from my living room is 125+ ft away

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Now that we have the landscaping out the way, we need some Triax pics now :-D
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wow you dont have much to mow huh! I have a half acre corner lot with a 2100sq/ft house. Which is probably why I do not get alot of complaints from my neighbors. The closest house from my living room is 125+ ft away

Yeah the grass area in my back yard is only about 15'x15'!....lol
I'm actually going to dig it up this coming spring and install some of that really nice high quality synthetic grass. The back yard is north facing so it always looks like crap because basically only moss grows back there, so once that's done I won't even have to mow it!...LOL
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Yeah the grass area in my back yard is only about 15'x15'!....lol
I'm actually going to dig it up this coming spring and install some of that really nice high quality synthetic grass. The back yard is north facing so it always looks like crap because basically only moss grows back there, so once that's done I won't even have to mow it!...LOL
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Now that we have the landscaping out the way, we need some Triax pics now :-D

Those are in the Triax thread. wink.gif
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Yeah the grass area in my back yard is only about 15'x15'!....lol
I'm actually going to dig it up this coming spring and install some of that really nice high quality synthetic grass. The back yard is north facing so it always looks like crap because basically only moss grows back there, so once that's done I won't even have to mow it!...LOL
makes sense...I would do the same!
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My wife wanted artificial turf so we got 4500 sqft of it installed in our back yard.

I seen this alot in Florida...looks pretty decent and low maintenence.
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My wife wanted artificial turf so we got 4500 sqft of it installed in our back yard.

Holy crap, you probably could of bought two Triax subs for the cost of that!!!....lol
Stuffs not cheap.
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I don't know what type of grass that is but it looks very nice!

Thanks! Not sure what kind either. But thabks for the kind words!
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Thought I had things nailed down on my selection, but now I'm second guessing myself.

I was all set for a single XV-15, but now I'm wondering if I should go with a single XV-30 or dual XV-15's, which puts me right into FV15HP territory...confusing matters even more. confused.gif

The viewing room is a decent size and not exactly ideal as a HT room.
It's a 16x16 open two story room that also has a completely open wall into the kitchen/breakfast area. About 5100 ft^3 just for the living room alone, not counting the connecting kitchen area.

I know that having dual subs is helpful for dealing with room nulls, but I have very few places where the subs can actually go so this may negate that advantage.

What I'm still not sure of is what the overall comparative affect will be with a single XV-30 vs. the dual XV-15's in terms of of acoustic characteristics.

I'm not looking for an ultimate HT viewing area (don't have the jack for that)....I just want a really good sub setup that I'll be happy with for a good long while.
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We could have bought 5...

You need to get your priorities straight if you are going to hang out in this thread smile.gif

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I think that if the choice is between one XV30 and two XV15s, then you should choose two XV15s. An XV15 pair will have the potential to be both louder and better-sounding, if they're integrated well.

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We could have bought 5...

Is that before or after the multiple sub discount?...biggrin.gif

Yeah I can only imagine, it's not cheap and at and I already know what it's going to cost me to do my small area after I've done all of the prep work. I can only imagine what it cost you, especially if you didn't do the install prep work yourself.

I'm sure it looks awesome though. wink.gif
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Is that before or after the multiple sub discount?...biggrin.gif

Yeah I can only imagine, it's not cheap and at and I already know what it's going to cost me to do my small area after I've done all of the prep work. I can only imagine what it cost you, especially if you didn't do the install prep work yourself.

I'm sure it looks awesome though. wink.gif

We did the work with a friend. It was over $10k just for the turf.

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Got my expresso Triax today, have to fihure a way to get down the stairs, I had to unbox it upstairs since it wouldn't fit down my steps in the box. Just cut the bottom cardboard around the bottom of box and the top lifts right off, neat feature. I have hip surgery coming up so waiting on some friends to bring it s down for me and will post pics and impressions, it is really a beast, this better be a keeper, no way I'm packing this up to return it. eek.gif
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Got my expresso Triax today, have to fihure a way to get down the stairs, I had to unbox it upstairs since it wouldn't fit down my steps in the box. Just cut the bottom cardboard around the bottom of box and the top lifts right off, neat feature. I have hip surgery coming up so waiting on some friends to bring it s down for me and will post pics and impressions, it is really a beast, this better be a keeper, no way I'm packing this up to return it. eek.gif

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Got my expresso Triax today, have to fihure a way to get down the stairs, I had to unbox it upstairs since it wouldn't fit down my steps in the box. Just cut the bottom cardboard around the bottom of box and the top lifts right off, neat feature. I have hip surgery coming up so waiting on some friends to bring it s down for me and will post pics and impressions, it is really a beast, this better be a keeper, no way I'm packing this up to return it. eek.gif

Congrats........man!!!!

Finally the beast is at home, I bet you can wait to turn it on and feel its power.

While you are waiting for your friend to show up, go ahead and take some pics and share them with us...............you know, just to kill the time......tongue.gif
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Got my expresso Triax today, have to fihure a way to get down the stairs, I had to unbox it upstairs since it wouldn't fit down my steps in the box. Just cut the bottom cardboard around the bottom of box and the top lifts right off, neat feature. I have hip surgery coming up so waiting on some friends to bring it s down for me and will post pics and impressions, it is really a beast, this better be a keeper, no way I'm packing this up to return it. eek.gif

Yea! biggrin.gif

So how did you get it out of the bottom portion of the box? I hoping the people who are receiving theirs now can give me some unpacking tips. wink.gif

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Yea! biggrin.gif

So how did you get it out of the bottom portion of the box? I hoping the people who are receiving theirs now can give me some unpacking tips. wink.gif
Cut the straps and pull the top box off. It is that simple. All your cables wires, manuals etc.. are inside of other boxes on top of the Triax. There is also another box inside that contains the grills. I was impressed with the packaging, it is actually very efficient and packed well. I even got a couple of travel mugs. I can think of my Triax's as I am sipping my morning Java.
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