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actually I think he said, "wides aren't doing much" Which would insinuate that he didn't think they did as much as heights, which you contradicted in your post.

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Interesting that you think the wides do more than the heights. I think the opposite. I guess the material you are using really matters the most. What are you demo-ing and are you using Neo:X? I found that Neo:X sounded best for my liking.

Actually, I said the wides aren't doing much, and I've been a/b'ing for a week with the wides...the heights are doing more definitely, given there's enough of a distance between the horns of the main and the the heights...with the 212 on the floor, that's 6 feet for me right now...this def gives more of wall of sound. If someone wanted to add anything more up front, bookshelf horns under $400 like my eD...or JBL, Klipsch, or SEO should work very well IF there is enough space. With the dispersion of a speaker like the 212/228, it's the distance between LR and heights that will really come into play. If I don't end up selling the eD to anyone, I'll keep them for sure and put them to use in here...they do a great job at keeping up with the JTRs and a perfect value for surround duties. So will end up with having 11.2 and one extra left over...can't let the eD6c go to waste cool.gif

For material, I'm using scuba clips...Scenes like Book of Eli shootout really provide the complete surround experience extremely well...And yes, DTS Neo X is what the AVR automatically went to...And I took it reference level, but of course...on my AVR...cleanly, efficiently, without any signs of abuse, neglect, or struggle wink.gif

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Sorry that's my fault for typing it backwards. I knew you said that I a ment that I like wides better than heights. Sorry for the confusion.
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Heights are the way to go,try playing a movie with rain or storms it really adds something to the movie imho,someone answer this for me, could I remove my 2009 triple 12 cd & 12 in woofer and replace it with a horn with the cd attached to it or would I have to change the x-over.Also would it be hard to find a horn to fit in the 12 in woofer space? thanks
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Heights are the way to go,try playing a movie with rain or storms it really adds something to the movie imho,someone answer this for me, could I remove my 2009 triple 12 cd & 12 in woofer and replace it with a horn with the cd attached to it or would I have to change the x-over.Also would it be hard to find a horn to fit in the 12 in woofer space? thanks
Your only real option is to update your T12s to the current CD and XO. The BMS CD is a nice upgrade.

There is no horn I am aware of that would fit and you would have to change the XO if you could. It would be more trouble then its worth.
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Does the A51 have a ground lift switch on it? When I had my A21 hooked up to my Onkyo 5507 and JTR T8's, I had a bad hum but hitting that switch immediately got rid of it.

edit: there appears to be a ground lift toggle on the rear of the A51 looking at the pics on Parasound's website.

Both the Halo amps have the ground lift and both are turned on. I still have a tiny bit of "noise" you can hear when you get close to the speakers. The A23 has a gain dial and if you turn it down from max the noise dissapperas for those two channels totally. That makes me think when I put the attenuators on the 5 channels from the A51 that their noise will dissapear as well. Thats my story and I am sticking to it.
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For material, I'm using scuba clips...Scenes like Book of Eli shootout really provide the complete surround experience extremely well...And yes, DTS Neo X is what the AVR automatically went to...And I took it reference level, but of course...on my AVR...cleanly, efficiently, without any signs of abuse, neglect, or struggle wink.gif

Bahhh. I need POWER, lol. What is it some kind of gerbil wheel inside that AVR producing power? tongue.gifbiggrin.gif


Just kidding. You've got a nice system there. smile.gif
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Both the Halo amps have the ground lift and both are turned on. I still have a tiny bit of "noise" you can hear when you get close to the speakers. The A23 has a gain dial and if you turn it down from max the noise dissapperas for those two channels totally. That makes me think when I put the attenuators on the 5 channels from the A51 that their noise will dissapear as well. Thats my story and I am sticking to it.

Although I only have a very slight buzz still that you literally need to be within 4ft to hear with nothing playing I'm still trying to get rid of it. So last night I switched out my RCA to RCA's going from my receiver to my Sherbourn amp over to RCA to XLR cables. The buzz was reduced even more, now you need to be within 2ft to hear it. Next week a buddy is going to bring over his Sherbourn receiver that has XLR output so I'll use XLR to XLR cables to the amp to see if this completely gets rid of the buzz.

If it does I see a new receiver in the very near future smile.gif
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Bahhh. I need POWER, lol. What is it some kind of gerbil wheel inside that AVR producing power? tongue.gifbiggrin.gif


Just kidding. You've got a nice system there. smile.gif

Haha...I promise...I'm going to be trying an amp next wink.gif

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Although I only have a very slight buzz still that you literally need to be within 4ft to hear with nothing playing I'm still trying to get rid of it. So last night I switched out my RCA to RCA's going from my receiver to my Sherbourn amp over to RCA to XLR cables. The buzz was reduced even more, now you need to be within 2ft to hear it. Next week a buddy is going to bring over his Sherbourn receiver that has XLR output so I'll use XLR to XLR cables to the amp to see if this completely gets rid of the buzz.

If it does I see a new receiver in the very near future smile.gif

I may be listing my 4-week old sr7008 for sale if I get the 8801 cool.gif

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Haha...I promise...I'm going to be trying an amp next wink.gif

Awesome. I was just busting chops, if you're happy with the AVR then maybe you don't need an amp.

On a serious note though, I ran across a maintenance manual for your AVR in case you decide to keep it long term http://www.wikihow.com/Care-for-Gerbils biggrin.gif
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Although I only have a very slight buzz still that you literally need to be within 4ft to hear with nothing playing I'm still trying to get rid of it. So last night I switched out my RCA to RCA's going from my receiver to my Sherbourn amp over to RCA to XLR cables. The buzz was reduced even more, now you need to be within 2ft to hear it. Next week a buddy is going to bring over his Sherbourn receiver that has XLR output so I'll use XLR to XLR cables to the amp to see if this completely gets rid of the buzz.

If it does I see a new receiver in the very near future smile.gif

Most people don't know this but the leading cause of ground loop hum and other unwanted noise are AT screens tongue.gif
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Most people don't know this but the leading cause of ground loop hum and other unwanted noise are AT screens tongue.gif

LOL.... oh is that what it is, in that case you definitely don't want the awesome feeling of the sound rushing threw the screen at you. Stay well away for an AT screen then!..lol biggrin.gif

Oh Rich has the masking panels coming out for his Falcon screens in the next week or two, looks like they're going to be almost a $100 less then what SeymourAV has too.... just sayin tongue.gif
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Awesome. I was just busting chops, if you're happy with the AVR then maybe you don't need an amp.

On a serious note though, I ran across a maintenance manual for your AVR in case you decide to keep it long term http://www.wikihow.com/Care-for-Gerbils biggrin.gif

I wouldn't expect anything less wink.gif I am thrilled with the sr7008...my ONLY logical reason to get the 8801 would be for the 4 ohm rating on the 212...even though marantz did confirm the sr7008 supports 4 ohms...ok, 2 logical reasons...I've always been partial to having separates if possible to keep power and processing away from each other, and the overall theoretical approach of minimizing interferences in these area. I'm not afraid to admit I'm guilty of wanting bigger toys in the HT/music department...been waiting for 20 years, so why not, right? cool.gif

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You're welcome! smile.gif

I hear ya. I've got a long list of reasons I want my amp. The list for needing one is rather empty.biggrin.gif
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You're welcome! smile.gif

I hear ya. I've got a long list of reasons I want my amp. The list for needing one is rather empty.biggrin.gif

i was able to convince myself that the LG was in the need category to drive the 215RT's. It was uncomfortable thinking that I might not hear all they have to offer due to power. If it works out, I will probably sell the W4S and bring in something else for the surrounds.

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i was able to convince myself that the LG was in the need category to drive the 215RT's. It was uncomfortable thinking that I might not hear all they have to offer due to power. If it works out, I will probably sell the W4S and bring in something else for the surrounds.

No doubt. The 215's are clearly in the need category as far as I'm concerned. No need to to lean on theoretical headroom arguments with those. biggrin.gif

But I have ever so briefly considered the 215's, so in that case I would need my amp. So Archea, on second thought I won't be needing that switcher. tongue.gifbiggrin.gif
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i was able to convince myself that the LG was in the need category to drive the 215RT's. It was uncomfortable thinking that I might not hear all they have to offer due to power. If it works out, I will probably sell the W4S and bring in something else for the surrounds.

Are the LG's as loud as the clone amps as far as fan noise goes?
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Interesting discussion about height speakers. I haven't tried the heights yet, but I did find that adding wides was simply amazing! I use audyssey DSX and it's like sitting in a bubble of sound. Pacific Rim is by far the best sounding bluray I've watched. By far.

It could be that in my narrow 13' room, the wides make a bigger impact.

Of course, source material is important. I'd be interested to know what impact the heights make to pacific rim.
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For what it's worth, I like audyssey dsx better than neo x.
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Are the LG's as loud as the clone amps as far as fan noise goes?

Yes they are. I think RMK made the right choice to go with the best right from the get go. Same reason I got my crest 7.5. Jeff said these need some power to rock.

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Are the LG's as loud as the clone amps as far as fan noise goes?

A better question would be, "Are the LG's as loud as a Hoover as far as fan noise goes?" biggrin.gif
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Thanks for the heads up man.. I've been wanting to pick up some concert blu's but always end up buying movies. I'm ashamed to say that I've NEVER listened to a SINGLE song on the JTR's unless it's in a movie..
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Rob told me he hooked up his new LG to his alarm clock until his 215s arrive. Told me it woke him up this morning like nobodies business and he actually "did his business" by accident because it was so loud. The alarm clock speaker came dislodged from the clock and shot through the window.
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Rob told me he hooked up his new LG to his alarm clock until his 215s arrive. Told me it woke him up this morning like nobodies business and he actually "did his business" by accident because it was so loud. The alarm clock speaker came dislodged from the clock and shot through the window.

Lol. There is nothing consumer about these amps. They are designed to be "behind the stage" with maximum longevity and reliability. What it lacks in heat sinks it makes up for in air flow. I'll never get rid of this amp.
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Lol. There is nothing consumer about these amps. They are designed to be "behind the stage" with maximum longevity and reliability. What it lacks in heat sinks it makes up for in air flow. I'll never get rid of this amp.

Yeah, this amp will probably out live me. As to the noise, I have a separate equipment closet so I'm not worried about noise. However in the current config (powering the alarm clock) on the nightstand, it is very annoying.
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My main amp is ATI 3007 300w x7 powering 3 triple 12s & 4 slant 8s,the 2 height slanted 8s are powered by a pro amp, its been great so far but these kind of amps are so heavy-120+ lbs next time I need one Im going with pro or wired 4 sound kind.
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A little off topic here, but I know some of you guys have went with an AT screen. As some know I am trying to have a theater built, but it has not been easy getting someone to do the build. I now finally have a quality builder and the ball is finally rolling and hopefully next week I may have some progress.

My question is, I have decided to go with an AT build with a front stage. I was originally going with no stage with a fixed screen, but have decided to go AT with a small speaker room behind the screen and simple stage. I might as well just do it while I am doing the build because I will just wish I had one 2 months down the road. If I do go for it, I will have about 9' to 10' viewing from my chairs, will this be to close?? 10' will be about the best I can do and I am worried it may be a bit close. Anyone sitting that close??? Will the projector work that close?? Yeah, noob theater questions, but I know most of you guys are all set up already. I appreciate the feedback.

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A little off topic here, but I know some of you guys have went with an AT screen. As some know I am trying to have a theater built, but it has not been easy getting someone to do the build. I now finally have a quality builder and the ball is finally rolling and hopefully next week I may have some progress.

My question is, I have decided to go with an AT build with a front stage. I was originally going with no stage with a fixed screen, but have decided to go AT with a small speaker room behind the screen and simple stage. I might as well just do it while I am doing the build because I will just wish I had one 2 months down the road. If I do go for it, I will have about 9' to 10' viewing from my chairs, will this be to close?? 10' will be about the best I can do and I am worried it may be a bit close. Anyone sitting that close??? Will the projector work that close?? Yeah, noob theater questions, but I know most of you guys are all set up already. I appreciate the feedback.

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