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D-Box - Current Owners would you recommend I buy one??? I am always impressed at Cedia with the d-Box demo. I already have a butt kicker and I love the effect as long as I have it low enough to integrate with the music / movie. I am afraid that d-Box will be annoying / gimmicky after a while. So, I would like to hear from any owners, before I sink big $ into one. Questions:

- Is it gimmicky?
- Is it overkill and annoying?
- Or does it truly enhance the movie experience?
- How reliable is it?
- Do you use it whenever you watch a movie?

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You may want to check out the D-Box forum in the $20,000 plus equipment section.
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