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Definitely the black one. Black IS the new silver this year...
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post #92 of 109 Old 09-19-2005, 12:27 AM
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Damn! And here I was convinced that silver was the new black!

Maybe this is a regional thing... :confused:

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Damn! And here I was convinced that silver was the new black!
No, silver is the new pink.

Pink is the new black.

This is so simple, I just don't uderstand why you newbies don't get it.
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By the way, my new in-celing speakers came in. They have the dual 12" woofers. They weigh 145 pounds each. The sheetrock will hold that, won't it? I double sheetrocked, so I figure it should be good for 200 lbs, which is a good thing, since my CRT weighs 170lbs and I had to use 4 of those gypsum anchor bolts.
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post #95 of 109 Old 09-19-2005, 01:58 PM
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Just got my new 80" Plasma. Man this thing rocks.

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Hopefully you used the new Granite Sheetrock, it can hold up under anything other than vibrations. I understand it comes in the new black, too.
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Will he have to put one of the woofers out of phase to steady the vibrations?
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As I understand it, the best way is to put both speakers out of phase. Hopefully he remembered to space the drywall at least one wavelength of the lowest frequency he expects.
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And I thought the crack in my drywall was from a bad tape joint, Boy do I feel stupid.
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Do they need to be HDCP compliant.

I have a CRT, and as we all know CRTs are much better then Digital at any price. So if it needs HDCP I am pissed!
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Scott, the purple text does not show well with a black background but I was able to use my super computer skills and highlight the words.

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If you edit the options to change the forum skin to AVS-White, everything becomes magically easier to read.

Plus then you'll know EXACTLY what to do.
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I do not use the default background, drives me nuts, but good to know for posting. Maybe this product we are discussing will fix that issue? Hmmm
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But I like the new purple , Blue and dark purple colors. White sounds boring. Maybe like a tropical background sounds cool and relaxing to me.

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Just adjust your monitor so you get a purple cast, then use the White skin. Not boring (blinding, maybe), and still legible.

No matter where you go. ... There you are.
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Wow, white is really nice and easy to read. It's like a whole new website.
Thanks for that tip.

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I know that's what I like about this thread, so much useful information.
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Crap, I see him in the mirror - HELP ME!

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