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post #211 of 225 Old 09-27-2016, 03:22 PM - Thread Starter
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Smart man. I'm leaning on getting my dealers 665 and selling the 350 as soon as I can...for the same reason as you.

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The 600 price has dropped like a rock in 2 years so am going to sell before it gets worse. Looking at a number of options, which could either be a permanent solution or a placeholder.
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Very nicely done. May I ask how tall you are and whether your feet dangle off the end of the recliners?

I'm in the market for such seating and can't find the measurement that tells me how long that is.

I sat recently in all Salamander and Palliser and both were too shor. Don't know which specific models they were. Tyvm
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Thank you!! I am 6' 1" and 215 lbs, the chairs are definitely not too short for me...but I wish they had a higher or more padded head rest for when I recline. It's not a deal killer as I picked them up at Nebraska FM for about a quarter of the price I have seen online. And they have the love seat which was key for me on 2 channel music.

I also save a bunch of money bc I purchased the chairs individually versus as a set. Saved a lot.

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Very nicely done. May I ask how tall you are and whether your feet dangle off the end of the recliners?

I'm in the market for such seating and can't find the measurement that tells me how long that is.

I sat recently in all Salamander and Palliser and both were too shor. Don't know which specific models they were. Tyvm
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Looks great and is a similar feel for what I'm wanting to do Great job and congrats on the Home Theater of the Month!
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Love T-rooms done on the cheap. Great job!!




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Speakers 7.2.4:
GoldenEar Technology:
Center: SuperCenter XXL
L/R Fronts: Triton 1
Surround Sides: MPX
Surround Backs: MPX
Ceiling Speakers (4): Invisa 7000
Subwoofers:
SVS PB12-Plus Sledge Amp
SVS PB12-Plus Sledge Amp
Projector:
Sony VW350
Screen:
DragonFly 106"
Receiver:
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Amps:
2 NAD M27's
Components:
PS4, Xbox One 4K, TiVo Bolt, Apple TV, Panasonic UB900, Rega RP6 Turntable.
Power:
Furman Elite-15 PF
Remote:
Logitech Harmony Elite
Audio Rack:
VTI BL Series
Acoustic Treatments:
2 Pairs of SVS SoundPath's under each sub
ATS Acoustic Panels (27 pieces total)
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I just have one thing to say AWESOME I am very impressed great theater room
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Center: C/L/R 2002<br>
L/R Fronts: BP 7002s<br>
Surround Sides: ProMonitor 1000s<br>
Surround Backs: ProMonitor 800s<br>
Subwoofer: SuberCube II<br><br>
Receiver: VSX-23TXH<br><br>
TV: Panasonic TC-P58S1<br><br>
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sounds like an awesome system enjoy
Sweet theater room, alot like mine
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Bigham, love your theater man! This is what I want to emulate for mine. I actually just received my Triton One's today, and am listening to them as I write this. I have decided on the Supercenter XXL for the center, and the MPX's for the sides and rear. My question is about your atoms choice. Is there any reason you decided to go with the 7000's instead of the 525's, 650's, or 652's? Also do you have any regrets about going with your current Goldenear set-up? Thank you.
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Is the ceiling painted black or is it some black fabric?
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Congrats on the T1's!! I had demoed a few rooms with the 650's vs the 7000's and they do a much better job at filling the room. If you can, go for the 7000s for Atmos.

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Bigham, love your theater man! This is what I want to emulate for mine. I actually just received my Triton One's today, and am listening to them as I write this. I have decided on the Supercenter XXL for the center, and the MPX's for the sides and rear. My question is about your atoms choice. Is there any reason you decided to go with the 7000's instead of the 525's, 650's, or 652's? Also do you have any regrets about going with your current Goldenear set-up? Thank you.
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It's black paint on the ceiling. No fabric but I do plan on getting a black rug for in front of the screen.

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Wow. The room looks bigger than the measurements say it is.

VPI, Grado, SME, Pioneer Elite, Magnum Dynalab, Oppo, DVDO, McIntosh, JJ, Mirage, Kimber, Transparent, MIT, Pangea, Wireworld, Shunyata, PS Audio, Furman, Sanus
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Great room! Congrats.

Quick question about the 7000's. Are they aimed at the main listening position? I'm assuming they are. How does this sound compared to the SS3's firing straight down?

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Dusty,
What center channel stand do you have? I'm looking for one for my XXL. Thanks!
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