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Awesome setup! That room must get really toasty between the pass labs power amp & the onkyo unit. Winter is coming, the warmth could come in handy.

Haha, don't forget the Kuro!! I always thought Onkyo was hot but the Pass runs circles around it!! I'll tell you though, the hotter it gets the sweeter it sounds!!

It's not too bad actually...

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Feel free to call on me if you need any help working with REW.

Thanks Tim, I will take you up on this... It looks like I've run into a few little problems but I want to read all the help files first to make sure I haven't overlooked anything.
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ddgtr, are you using stock power cords or aftermarket ones?

Charles, sorry for the late response...

For my amp I'm using a Shunyata Venom power cord. The rest of my components have stock cords. As per the folks at Pass the stock cord should be just as good. I haven't had time to do a blind test vs the Shunyata, but I will because I'm curious.

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Hi double D.

Now that you've "broken" in your awesome new room, what are your thoughts? Opinions? Have you cranked some tunes or had a chance to watch any good movies? Iron Man 2 is coming out Tuesday. I hear the LFE is off da hook!

P.S. How about hooking a brotha up with that jalepeno ginger crab recipe?


Wabo, what is up my friend!!

Absolutely! The treatments have made a huge difference. It was really bad before, flutter echoes and major bass standing waves in the corner. I still have to work on finding a sweet spot for the sub, but I'm getting closer.

System sounds fantastic especially since I made quite a few other improvements, the new amp and the John Kenny hiFace transport. What really made my day was when a recording engineer came over and he asked me if he can come back with some of his favorite cd's to listen to on the system.

Tell you what: I'm gonna post the recipe, but (looking left and right) do not tell anyone else, ok??

Here it is, and enjoy!!

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- fresh live crab, shrimp, clams
- ginger, garlic, shallots, jalapenos, green onions (I use home grown garlic)
- chicken or veggie broth, clam juice, a bit or corn starch, soy sauce, very little oyster sauce
- oil of choice (I like cold pressed olive oil, with a bit of cold pressed peanut oil for flavor)

1. Humanely kill the crab. Proper technique must be employed to ensure a quick passing. Clean and crack it.
2. Run the clams under cold water for a while, clean the shrimp (you can make this dish without the clams, shrimp or both)
3. Chop then pan fry the ginger, garlic, jalapenos and shallots together, then add the clams. When the clams pop open, take everything out and set aside.
4. Stir fry the shrimp, but make sure not to overcook them, then take them out and set aside.
5. Stir fry the crab, then add the chicken broth, clam juice, a bit of organic corn starch, soy sauce and very little oyster sauce. Add the shrimp and mix.
6. When the mixture and sauce start getting thicker, add the clams, ginger, garlic and shallots you cooked earlier.

Not too hard, and fun too...

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Charles, sorry for the late response...

For my amp I'm using a Shunyata Venom power cord. The rest of my components have stock cords. As per the folks at Pass the stock cord should be just as good. I haven't had time to do a blind test vs the Shunyata, but I will because I'm curious.

Regards

This is an important post, because the Venom 3 is on my short list. I have been in thought on cords because one of my new amps is plugged into a power strip to extend it to my main line conditioner (LCR2400), which works but is awkward. To use the Venom, though, I'd have to get the extension cord also, as I'd need a 3m cord and the Venom comes in 1.5m only. My other candidates are PS Audio Jewel and Wireworld Stratus 5, both of which come in 3m.

But (heresy!) I am more concerned with practical than sonic considerations. If the Venom offers good flexibility, decent gauge (12AWG, I believe) and shielding, then it would work for me. I also consider getting standard 12AWG cords and being done with it, then perhaps the Venom extension cord so I can plug the LCR2400 into the wall, rather than chain it to my other conditioner with a 14AWG cord (HT1210).

What gauge is the stock Pass cord, by the way? And did they mean the stock cord should be just as good as the Venom, or any aftermarket cord?
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I've discovered that the Venom 3 power cords now come in a 2m configuration, if you're interested, as well as the custom lengths. Also, TAS calls the Venom one of the greatest bargains in high-end audio in the latest issue, with a review on the way.
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Nice looking setup! I was wondering how the polk OWM speakers integrate with your other speakers. There aren't a whole lot of reviews on them out there, so was wondering how they sound?
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Nice looking setup! I was wondering how the polk OWM speakers integrate with your other speakers. There aren't a whole lot of reviews on them out there, so was wondering how they sound?

Thanks Matt!

I first heard them over at my friend's house while watching "This Is It" and I was really impressed by how good they sounded and how well they "kept up" with the movie. My friend uses them with a Klipsch front and no problem there, either.

I have a limited surround budget since my 2 channel rig is eating up all the "play" funds, lol... So with that in mind, they are the perfect choice for me. I got them from the Polk store on ebay, refurbished/open box they say but I could swear they were brand new.

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Whoa ho!! absolutely fantastic ddgtr I really like that well done mate 10/10 from me buddy. Bet the treatments made a difference and they look great.

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Wabo, thanks a bunch!! Listen, just keep driving, don't worry about the food and booze, you know ol' ddgtr has got that covered!! Just pick up our forum friends (Frank's gotta fly), the jalepeno ginger crab with clams is getting cold!!!


Oh man that looks nice!!

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Thanks Matt!

I first heard them over at my friend's house while watching "This Is It" and I was really impressed by how good they sounded and how well they "kept up" with the movie. My friend uses them with a Klipsch front and no problem there, either.

I have a limited surround budget since my 2 channel rig is eating up all the "play" funds, lol... So with that in mind, they are the perfect choice for me. I got them from the Polk store on ebay, refurbished/open box they say but I could swear they were brand new.

Cheers

Nothing wrong with 2 channel. . .
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Out of control. I remember your first setup from a few years ago. you have inspired me for my next project when i finally get my house sold.

congrats! you deserve it!
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Thanks Frank, Charles and paranormalg35, I appreciate the kind comments!!
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Thanks Frank, Charles and paranormalg35, I appreciate the kind comments!!

So does this mean you're done upgrading for a while? If so, your wallet will appreciate that. Enjoy what you have for a while before thinking about anything else.
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So does this mean you're done upgrading for a while? If so, your wallet will appreciate that. Enjoy what you have for a while before thinking about anything else.

I agree sit back and enjoy

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I agree sit back and enjoy

Haha, while I do have a lot of fun using and enjoying the system, I am not quite done yet, just a couple of small things before I'll take the back seat... I've had my eyes on a Rythmic sub for the 2 channel rig, as a lot of people agree it's one of the most musical subs. Also, not likely but I might just audition some other speakers - I find nothing wrong with mine, but I've never compared speakers in my home, always at the dealer...

My wife thinks I'm done!!
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Haha, while I do have a lot of fun using and enjoying the system, I am not quite done yet, just a couple of small things before I'll take the back seat... I've had my eyes on a Rythmic sub for the 2 channel rig, as a lot of people agree it's one of the most musical subs. Also, not likely but I might just audition some other speakers - I find nothing wrong with mine, but I've never compared speakers in my home, always at the dealer...

My wife thinks I'm done!!

Well, I AM done once I figure out what to do with this $500 credit with The Cable Company. So there.
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Haha, while I do have a lot of fun using and enjoying the system, I am not quite done yet, just a couple of small things before I'll take the back seat... I've had my eyes on a Rythmic sub for the 2 channel rig, as a lot of people agree it's one of the most musical subs. Also, not likely but I might just audition some other speakers - I find nothing wrong with mine, but I've never compared speakers in my home, always at the dealer...

My wife thinks I'm done!!


i have a rythimik d15se and i must say that it is with out a doubt superb musically and also great for movies. i prefer it while listening to music over the dual SVS's. make no mistake though it still packs a punch in the LFE department and is very capable with movies and such. I say def get one if thats what your considering!
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Well, I AM done once I figure out what to do with this $500 credit with The Cable Company. So there.

You sure made a nice purchase with the Macs, so I figured you'd lay low for a while. But we'll be watching you closely!!!
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i have a rythimik d15se and i must say that it is with out a doubt superb musically and also great for movies. i prefer it while listening to music over the dual SVS's. make no mistake though it still packs a punch in the LFE department and is very capable with movies and such. I say def get one if thats what your considering!

Thank you for the input!! Definitely I have not heard one bad thing about their products and on top of that, they are very reasonably priced at around $700. I remember paying more than that for my Velodyne at Circuit City about 9 years ago.

My thought is to integrate the Rythmic with the 2 channel, just like you did and run the Velodyne for movies. I am happy you chimed in with this info, thanks again!!
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Thank you for the input!! Definitely I have not heard one bad thing about their products and on top of that, they are very reasonably priced at around $700. I remember paying more than that for my Velodyne at Circuit City about 9 years ago.

My thought is to integrate the Rythmic with the 2 channel, just like you did and run the Velodyne for movies. I am happy you chimed in with this info, thanks again!!

I don't know. . . is a new sub a "small thing"?
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I went to our local audio store yesterday and since I had a bit of time, I decided to audition some new speakers... Mainly the 805di's which I heard many good things about. Well, in their room, with their gear and source I could not accurately gauge them, but I compared them with a pair of Sonus Faber Cremona Auditor M's which were also on display.

I must say, the midrange in the Sonus Fabers stirred my interest to the point where I scheduled a demo at my house. The salesman will bring them tomorrow. I asked him to also bring the 805di's, since I am still interested in them but he said he might not be able to fit everything in his car.

I've got REW all ready to go, my demo songs and so forth. I'll see how my MA's measure up against the contenders. It should be fun...
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I went to our local audio store yesterday and since I had a bit of time, I decided to audition some new speakers... Mainly the 805di's which I heard many good things about. Well, in their room, with their gear and source I could not accurately gauge them, but I compared them with a pair of Sonus Faber Cremona Auditor M's which were also on display.

I must say, the midrange in the Sonus Fabers stirred my interest to the point where I scheduled a demo at my house. The salesman will bring them tomorrow. I asked him to also bring the 805di's, since I am still interested in them but he said he might not be able to fit everything in his car.

I've got REW all ready to go, my demo songs and so forth. I'll see how my MA's measure up against the contenders. It should be fun...

A home audition on your equipment, in your room. Very good. And I assume the contenders will each get a chance in the position they'd actually occupy in the room if purchased.
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Thanks Charles, yes I have masking tape on the floor so that I can place them exactly in the same spot...
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This is what they look like...


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Hey ddgtr.

What's shaking?

You thinking about a new set speakers? Way cool. The SF's are gorgeous looking speakers. I look forward to your thoughts on them vs the B&Ws.

P.S. Don't forget to take plenty of pics.

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Wabo, what is up! Happy late Bday!!

Yeah, I really wanted to listen to the B&W 805di's but the Sonus Fabers really got my attention because of their unbelievable midrange.

I can't wait for tomorrow. I'll take some pics and let y'all know how it went...

I've been playing around with REW, which has helped me to better understand my room and gear. It is quite a fascinating piece of software...

Did you get anything fun for your birthday?
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Wabo, what is up! Happy late Bday!!

Yeah, I really wanted to listen to the B&W 805di's but the Sonus Fabers really got my attention because of their unbelievable midrange.

I can't wait for tomorrow. I'll take some pics and let y'all know how it went...

I've been playing around with REW, which has helped me to better understand my room and gear. It is quite a fascinating piece of software...

Did you get anything fun for your birthday?

Thanks, dd.

I haven't listened to the SF's before. To me, and this is just my warped opinion, they look really fragile. Like if you were to crank up some rock n roll thru them, they would simply melt. On the other hand, I really like the B&W Diamond line. Your mini speaker shoot-out should be a fun one. I wish I lived closer, I'd love to participate and help out.

REW sounds very interesting and has me intrigued. Did you use it to decide on room treatment placements?

The only thing I got for my bday was a punch in the shoulder.

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They look as if they should walk away...

With those stands, I think of weird, alien creatures from another planet. I'm sure they'll sound good, but the question is how good in comparison to the other contenders. Reports to follow, undoubtedly.
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Thanks, dd.

I haven't listened to the SF's before. To me, and this is just my warped opinion, they look really fragile. Like if you were to crank up some rock n roll thru them, they would simply melt. On the other hand, I really like the B&W Diamond line. Your mini speaker shoot-out should be a fun one. I wish I lived closer, I'd love to participate and help out.

REW sounds very interesting and has me intrigued. Did you use it to decide on room treatment placements?

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Haha, yeah they do look a bit frail... But man, hooked up to an all Mac setup, they sounded amazing. All jazzy/voice recordings though, I didn't listen to anything harder. I'll put them through their paces though as my library stretches from Eminem and old school Dr. Dre and Co. to Ramstein, Melody Gardot and Xiomara to Mozart and David Garrett to Zap Mama...

I started using REW shortly after I started building the room treatments (which took a while), and I learned a lot about audio in general, it's quite an amazing program...
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