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post #31 of 43 Old 09-26-2013, 12:12 PM - Thread Starter
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Well, I was not able to make it away (a bit upset with a previous engagement my wife set up) but to whoever is going, post what you see.

Would like someone to check out the PHC (PRo Audio Technology) room and report back!

http://www.cepro.com/photos/7_must_see_demos_at_cedia_expo_2013/4

Including this 24" 270lb subwoofer with a 99db sensitivity!

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I am going although must add quested room in Moscow Rocks !

Client o f both pro and quested systems said the later is cleaner
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I am going although must add quested room in Moscow Rocks !

Client o f both pro and quested systems said the later is cleaner

Ahhh... I wish I was there! Is there a Quested room at CEDIA?

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No q at c. I did not see it anyways.

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JB,

Do you mean Pro Home Cinema ( I think that's the name). If so very impressive. I liked it a great deal.

WISDOM stole the show. Huge room with prob 15-18' ceilings. $350,000.00

B&G was very good to my ear too.

Procella was very clean and detailed but they had cut way back in regards to volume.

RBH (a sleeper) was excellent. 100% in wall as I recall. A real bargain!

TRIAD - Gold was in a projector demo (forgot the company, DATASAT?) and like always top self.

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JB,

Do you mean Pro Home Cinema ( I think that's the name). If so very impressive. I liked it a great deal.

WISDOM stole the show. Huge room with prob 15-18' ceilings. $350,000.00

B&G was very good to my ear too.

Procella was very clean and detailed but they had cut way back in regards to volume.

RBH (a sleeper) was excellent. 100% in wall as I recall. A real bargain!

TRIAD - Gold was in a projector demo (forgot the company, DATASAT?) and like always top self.

Yes, PHC (Pro Audio Technology - Paul Hales Company)

I imagine they played loud!? Thanks for feedback on that demo.

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Pro Home Cinema was very loud but I also had a sinus headache too.

Forgot JAMES AUDIO demoed the new MAVERICK line. Very impressive. Powered by Bryston.

PHC was pretty darn good.

Again RBH was a steal IMHO.

Yes Mr. Hales product re PHC. He spent much time at QSC too.

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Pro Home Cinema was very loud but I also had a sinus headache too.

Forgot JAMES AUDIO demoed the new MAVERICK line. Very impressive. Powered by Bryston.

PHC was pretty darn good.

Again RBH was a steal IMHO.

Yes Mr. Hales product re PHC. He spent much time at QSC too.

Awesome. Thanks for the feedback

I'll check out RBH

What about the Datasat / Triad room with DIRAC Live, etc?

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Checked out the RBH site.

They have a new speaker line coming out (Pro Cinema Series),

Were those the speakers they demo'd? Looks like the only speakers they make with horn loaded tweeters.

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No. They had the Signature in -walls.

Tannoy did not have sound room but the Definition Install DC12i is great for the money! Paired with LabGruppenn amps and it is super good. I have 3 x DC12i packed up in a POD after selling my house. Let's make a deal wink.gif

RBH has been working on a pro line for about 3 years.

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JB,

Steinway Lyndorff was sweet. $70K.

I thought it would have been more.

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JB,

Do you mean Pro Home Cinema ( I think that's the name). If so very impressive. I liked it a great deal.

WISDOM stole the show. Huge room with prob 15-18' ceilings. $350,000.00

B&G was very good to my ear too.

Procella was very clean and detailed but they had cut way back in regards to volume.

RBH (a sleeper) was excellent. 100% in wall as I recall. A real bargain!

TRIAD - Gold was in a projector demo (forgot the company, DATASAT?) and like always top self.

mmiles,

Thanks for taking the time to note these demos. For the record for all those interested, while I had absolutely nothing to do with their setup, ADA was driving both the RBH and and B&G demos without the benefit of a TEQ. smile.gif
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Richard-ADA,

Well you are a good driver then!

Check your inbox (email not AVS-PM).

Thanks again for your time at CEDIA.


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