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I sit about 13 feet away due to room constraints and really, despite at times feeling I wanted a 65", 60" is perfect. Recently moved it 1 foot closer to the seating position so that the screen was in line with the front 3 speakers.

I'm actually dreading the day when that 60" Plasma fails as the picture is still marvelous and I doubt there is anything better out there for what I'm willing to spend, (ie. less than $1500).
Thanks for your feedback, gaj; so you are happy with a 60 at 13 feet?
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Thanks for your feedback, gaj; so you are happy with a 60 at 13 feet?
Yes it is certainly not inadequate and as the room is only about 15 wide it leaves enough room for my tower speakers on each side with the additional constraint of a gas "wood stove" in the far right hand corner looking at the TV from the MLP.

A room that size really can't handle much more than that IMHO otherwise it starts to look like half the room is TV!

I could likely squeeze in a 65 but certainly nolarger than that.
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Here's my 2-channel room, or more like area since its open to the kitchen, dining and living room. It's a pair of Totem Hawks that I found last year used and a Peachtree Nova220. I stream Tidal, iTunes, and Pandora via an AppleTV. Pretty simple and I've really come to love the Hawks. They absolutely disappear into the music and the bass is astonishing for such a small speaker. They play into the lower 30's and don't distort until pushed into really high volumes -- higher than I care to listen.



I'll post pics of my downstairs room later as I'm working on rearranging things.


Really nice, I was seriously considering picking up a pair of Hawks before I got my Tekton Lores.
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Here's my set up for both 2 and Multi Channel. I have some older Infinity Speakers I was using for Surrounds in an Atmos configuration until I can get some decent replacements. Still in the process of upgrading but here is the current config.

Marantz SR-7010
Marantz MM-7025 2-Channel Amplifier
Klipsch RP-260 Mains - RP440 Center Channel - RP160 Surrounds (not pictured) - Sony WM500 Subwoofer (not pictured)

I purchased these back in November and have been a joy to use with my Klipsch set up. The Klipsch RP 260 Speakers I've had for a bit over a year now.

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That's a handsome unit. Wondering if the top can be removed. Then you can fit a larger tv above it and it would still look good and you wouldn't have to buy new furniture.
Thanks for the compliment on the unit; hence, the reason we'd like to keep it. It really does warm up our living room.

The top can be removed, as well as the bridge above where the TV sits, but that presents another host of issues -- if we did that, I'd lose the shelf where I place my center channel and it doesn't really help with the diagonal sizing of a larger set fitting in there. Is that what you meant by "fit a larger TV ABOVE it"?

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Even the 65" from 12' could be bigger. I wanted a 70", or like I said an 84" screen, but couldn't justify the cost jump on the 70" and already explained the screen/projector issue.
I understand that at our seating distance we could go for a stadium/multiplex-sized screen but we just can't afford it, nor have the room to fit a massive display if we keep the entertainment unit (which I prefer the look of compared to just hanging a flat screen on a plain wall). I, too, wanted one of those Sharp 80-90-inch LCDs they were making a few years back (1080p) but couldn't possibly fit one in our room, given the furniture layout.
My thought was to remove the top portion and wall mount the tv. You could get whatever size makes you happy. Then you could use the bottom as a shelf for a center channel.
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My thought was to remove the top portion and wall mount the tv. You could get whatever size makes you happy. Then you could use the bottom as a shelf for a center channel.
This is the exact change I'm considering for my entertainment unit.
However, I do love how, with the center on a shelf above the TV, the TV is very near the perfect eye level.

It's a game of trade-offs...

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My thought was to remove the top portion and wall mount the tv. You could get whatever size makes you happy. Then you could use the bottom as a shelf for a center channel.
If we do that, we lose at least a foot of viewing distance -- the way it is now, the screen is pulled out off the wall, in the wall unit, at least a foot and a half...so we'd be losing that even in a bigger screen...plus, we really don't like the way the "on the wall" hanging method looks for a TV (just preference). Additionally, the bottom portion couldn't be used for the center because we're keeping a cable box there now (though this could be moved to the VERY bottom of that center piece and I can add an acoustic panel in place of the glass and place the center there)...

I know what you're suggesting, and I totally envisioned that for this room, too -- perhaps losing the entire wall unit and putting a screen on the wall and then adding two separate "pier" pieces to the left and right of the screen to "mimic" an entertainment center...my wife and I always come back to that preference of a full entertainment unit surrounding a display...

We have to keep thinking of ideas on this one; if you guys can continue to suggest ideas, I would be most grateful and it would be most helpful!

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This is the exact change I'm considering for my entertainment unit.
However, I do love how, with the center on a shelf above the TV, the TV is very near the perfect eye level.

It's a game of trade-offs...
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We have to keep thinking of ideas on this one; if you guys can continue to suggest ideas, I would be most grateful and it would be most helpful!
Thanks!
What if you put a stereo set up in then post pics in this thread?

Nice set up groove93, thanks for posting pictures of your gear.
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What if you put a stereo set up in then post pics in this thread?

Nice set up groove93, thanks for posting pictures of your gear.
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LOVE the simplicity of the system - how does it sound?!
Thanks. I think it sounds great. I've only compared the sound of the Peachtree to a Rotel, as far as integrated amps goes, and the Motion 60XT against B&W lower end CM and 600 series floor standing speakers. The folded motion tweeters have so much clarity and the 8" drivers gives them more than enough base that a subwoofer is not necessary.

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We've been thinking about a 65-inch 4K set to replace our 50 in the living room; your LG looks pretty darn big....do you like it?
65" is big enough. I could have gone 75" as I have the wall space, but 55 v 65 v 75, you are getting the same # of pixels. I think that a 65" is the sweet spot since the screen is large enough, but with a higher pixel density than its larger brothers. I also didn't want the TV to be the focal point of the living room as it already is I'm still ordering some furniture to even out the weight between the two ends of the room.

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65" is big enough. I could have gone 75" as I have the wall space, but 55 v 65 v 75, you are getting the same # of pixels. I think that a 65" is the sweet spot since the screen is large enough, but with a higher pixel density than its larger brothers. I also didn't want the TV to be the focal point of the living room as it already is I'm still ordering some furniture to even out the weight between the two ends of the room.
Thanks; I'll keep this in mind as I continue looking at sizes.
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Here's the downstairs room. It's more than 2 channel but when I listen to music I primarily listen in 2 channel or 2.1.

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Pioneer SC1323k receiver
Emotiva XPA-100 amps (2 for L/R channels)
Aperion Audio Intimus 6T speakers and 6C center
Paradigm Cinema speakers for surrounds
Rythmik LVX12
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My 2-Channel Setup:

VPI Classic Signature/SoundSmith Zephyr
Jolida JD-100 CDP
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Rogue Audio Perseus Preamp
Rogue Audio M-180 Monoblocks
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My 2-Channel Setup:

VPI Classic Signature/SoundSmith Zephyr
Jolida JD-100 CDP
Rogue Audio Ares Phono Stage
Rogue Audio Perseus Preamp
Rogue Audio M-180 Monoblocks
Dynaudio Contour S3.4LE
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Nice rig.

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My 2-Channel Setup:

VPI Classic Signature/SoundSmith Zephyr
Jolida JD-100 CDP
Rogue Audio Ares Phono Stage
Rogue Audio Perseus Preamp
Rogue Audio M-180 Monoblocks
Dynaudio Contour S3.4LE
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I love the Rogue/Dynaudio combination I have, but yours takes it to a new level.

2 Channel
Rogue Audio Cronus Magnum, Dynaudio Confidence C1, Clearaudio Performance DC, Clearaudio Maestro V2, Lehmann Silver Cube
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I love the Rogue/Dynaudio combination I have, but yours takes it to a new level.
I'm enjoying the combo also, I just took delivery of the Dyns a week ago today, so they are still breaking in. Great detail and depth, but smooth as Buttha.

btw, I owned the Cronus Magnum for over three years, a wonderful Integrated that has to be one of Audios "Best Values". I'm sure that it drives your C1's beautifully.

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What a gorgeous room; those speakers are interesting looking, what are they?

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In my large living room/dining room space I recently replaced my ancient Pro LX5 dipole bookshelves with Martin Logan LX16s paired with a couple of small subs and while the LX16s are superior in every way as a speaker the dipoles were better in spreading the sound across both spaces due to the dipole design.

Both were aimed at the couch which is one half of the combined room and the dipoles sounded better in the whole space while the LX16s were far superior in the main listening position.

So those speakers are likely perfect for you situation.
Ah, I remember the old LX5's from Radio Shack. I used them as PC speakers for years.

Is that a ribbon tweeter on the LX16's? I've always wanted a nice two way with a ribbon for a bedroom system.
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Is that a ribbon tweeter on the LX16's? I've always wanted a nice two way with a ribbon for a bedroom system.
It's a version of an AMT; gives a very detailed sound but the LX16s do benefit from a small sub, (in my case Yamaha SW012 which is perfectly satisfactory and dirt cheap...but you need an AVR with bass management as it has not crossover or speaker level inputs).

"The Air Motion Transformer (AMT) is a type of electroacoustic transducer or loudspeaker, also called Air Velocity Transformer (AVT) or JET transducer. Invented by Dr. Oskar Heil, it operates on a different transduction principle than other loudspeaker designs, such as moving coil, planar magnetic or electrostatically driven loudspeakers, and should not be confused with planar or true ribbon loudspeakers. In contrast to a planar ribbon loudspeaker the diaphragm of the AMT is of pleated shape similar to a bellows. The AMT moves air in an augmented, semi-perpendicular motion using a folded sheet (made of polyethylene, polyester or polyimide), structured around a series of aluminum struts positioned in a high-intensity magnetic field."


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Hi all thought I'd share my 2 channel setup,

Just moved into our new house this weekend gone, speakers arrived on Monday.

Being from little ol NZ the choices aren't as far ranging as the US of A, but I've got a Rotel RA1592 driving some Klipsch RF7 II and some Velodyne Impact 10 subs to fill out the low end.

I have the Rotel RCD 1570 to pick up on the weekend for a self xmas pressie, a bunch of cables and a furman power conditioner coming, then I might get a cabinet or something., just having a few brews and listening to music at the moment!

I have a bunch of vinyl that my old man gave to me so need to look into a turntable at some point, got some great Bowie and Floyd in there somewhere.

Currently listening my way thought the 60's aiming to get to get to the present at the end of next year, mainly listen to electronica but these speakers love vocals (horns?) so might diverge for a while.

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This thread is a burglars' paradise lol
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especially when you are disabled with multiple firearms in the home and have 20+ years military training. I actually might enjoy a burglary. either end my misery or end someone elses. but yea crime isnt something most normal peeps look forward to.

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As a fellow veteran, thank you for your service.

If you're in misery, please contact https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/ or call 1-800-273-8255.
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If you're in misery, please contact https://www.veteranscrisisline.net/ or call 1-800-273-8255.
Im fine, probably overstated in original post. thieves a sore spot for me.
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My 2-Channel Setup:

VPI Classic Signature/SoundSmith Zephyr
Jolida JD-100 CDP
Rogue Audio Ares Phono Stage
Rogue Audio Perseus Preamp
Rogue Audio M-180 Monoblocks
Dynaudio Contour S3.4LE
MIT S1 Shotgun Wires/Cables

Congrats on the table.


Me too.
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Congrats on the table.


Me too.
Great table. In a few days I will have a VPI Scout hooked up with a Dynavector 10X5 cartridge. I'm very excited.

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VPI Turntable/10X5 cartridge
Paradigm Studio 100 Speakers
Jolida JD602B Integrated Amp
Vincent PHO-700 phono stage
Digital front end running JRiver through a Dragonfly USB DAC.
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Originally Posted by Scotth3886 View Post
Congrats on the table.


Me too.
Yep, love my Classic Sig. What cartridge are you pairing with yours?
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