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post #1 of 4 Old 12-07-2012, 01:26 PM - Thread Starter
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Sorry to hear that ED went belly up. But I am still enjoying my sub, now closer to the listening position. Near field is awesome. Just popped off the castors I had on it and tipped it over. Works like a charm and allowed me to spread the fl and fr speakers for a better sound stage.

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Does anyone else do this?
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If you mean using another dead, useless ED subwoofer as a mere speaker stand? Then yes,yes I have...

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Love the Pioneer Surrounds cool.gif

I hate that company isnt doing well. I believe that good competition is good for companies and more importantly, us.
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Robert,

Good one.tongue.gif Yes they are really inert when dead. No vibration problems.

LCDeez,

Yeah, those 41's make a great surround speaker at a value price. I use them for height and back surrounds and have another pair ready to go if I move the set up to a space that can fit wides.

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