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jedimastergrant - Thank you for your comments.

I am going for a more purely cinema speaker this time, and I think I will like the results.
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jedimastergrant - Thank you for your comments.

I am going for a more purely cinema speaker this time, and I think I will like the results.
I may have missed it, are you keeping your Vandersteens for another music only room? I have never heard those but it sounds like I need to!

Grant, you gotta hear the 215's over here. I may be crazy (Tim too) but I think sitting in the sweet spot in my room >>>> than what we heard at David's.

You better hurry, I'm almost done running through your cash, haha!
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I just stopped in to say I'm really enjoying my JTR 228HT. I had a work friend over last night who never has been around my equipment before. He has his own projector/theater setup - but it's pretty low key. He had heard how good my system was from other co-workers but wasn't sure what to expect or perhaps wasn't expecting what he got. We watched a redbox rental - the Hercules movie (cheese) and played some tracks off the This is It disc. He left telling me how awesome it was, and texted me a thank you afterwards on his way home, and told me he wants to do it again with some of our other work friends who haven't experienced it. Today at work he texted me for information on what it would cost him to get a setup like that for himself.

Nearly every guest's reactions are the same. They all love it. JTR makes some incredible equipment. The two ported Captivator subs, and the 228HT L/C/R put on a heck of a show!



My wife is busy with Bible School this week and I have the evenings off. So tonight I'm having another couple co-workers over, and tomorrow night I've invited the local KC AV gang over. It'll be fun.
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I just stopped in to say I'm really enjoying my JTR 228HT. I had a work friend over last night who never has been around my equipment before. He has his own projector/theater setup - but it's pretty low key. He had heard how good my system was from other co-workers but wasn't sure what to expect or perhaps wasn't expecting what he got. We watched a redbox rental - the Hercules movie (cheese) and played some tracks off the This is It disc. He left telling me how awesome it was, and texted me a thank you afterwards on his way home, and told me he wants to do it again with some of our other work friends who haven't experienced it. Today at work he texted me for information on what it would cost him to get a setup like that for himself.

Nearly every guest's reactions are the same. They all love it. JTR makes some incredible equipment. The two ported Captivator subs, and the 228HT L/C/R put on a heck of a show!



My wife is busy with Bible School this week and I have the evenings off. So tonight I'm having another couple co-workers over, and tomorrow night I've invited the local KC AV gang over. It'll be fun.
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Quick question. Has anyone ever repainted the standard finish? After seeing the pictures of the in-ceiling mounted S8's, I'm thinking of doing the same thing. They are currently the standard black finish and I'm looking to match them to the rest of the ceiling. Thanks!

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Quick question. Has anyone ever repainted the standard finish? After seeing the pictures of the in-ceiling mounted S8's, I'm thinking of doing the same thing. They are currently the standard black finish and I'm looking to match them to the rest of the ceiling. Thanks!
If you're talking about my Slanted8's that I mounted IN the ceiling, I ordered all of my speakers without a finish. But I would recommend sanding your speakers with 120 grit sandpaper to rough up the surface and then going to town with the other paint. As long as we're talking about paint, adhesion shouldn't be an issue.
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I may be crazy (Tim too) but I think sitting in the sweet spot in my room >>>> than what we heard at David's.

To be clear, I was talking about the 215's upstairs, not the sound in the theater. We didn't do any 2 channel music (I would love to some time David, very curious!!!!) in the theater, but the sound of the movie clips were the best I have ever experienced. +10 never sounded so smooth!!

That reminds me... the other times I've gone that loud in my room or in other rooms I've experienced it always seems like the room is crying uncle - I didn't hear any bad sounds, creaks, groans, etc. in David's room. Very impressive.
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I just stopped in to say I'm really enjoying my JTR 228HT. I had a work friend over last night who never has been around my equipment before. He has his own projector/theater setup - but it's pretty low key. He had heard how good my system was from other co-workers but wasn't sure what to expect or perhaps wasn't expecting what he got. We watched a redbox rental - the Hercules movie (cheese) and played some tracks off the This is It disc. He left telling me how awesome it was, and texted me a thank you afterwards on his way home, and told me he wants to do it again with some of our other work friends who haven't experienced it. Today at work he texted me for information on what it would cost him to get a setup like that for himself.

Nearly every guest's reactions are the same. They all love it. JTR makes some incredible equipment. The two ported Captivator subs, and the 228HT L/C/R put on a heck of a show!



My wife is busy with Bible School this week and I have the evenings off. So tonight I'm having another couple co-workers over, and tomorrow night I've invited the local KC AV gang over. It'll be fun.

Sucks we didn't put in the 228's when I was over there - seems crazy now that we didn't - but as good as my surrounds sounded in your baffle wall I imagine the 228's must be incredible. You say baffle wall is a marginal improvement (or something like that) for the audio, I'd like to see for myself if that is right or if you are being modest.

Looks like I can't make it, the "kids" are coming over for sure tomorrow night.

This will let me know for sure if the 215's have enough output because some of these guys are into car audio so I'm going to have to pull out all the stops to impress. Kevin is letting me borrow 2 of his Crowsons - thanks for letting me borrow the inuke 6000.
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If you're talking about my Slanted8's that I mounted IN the ceiling, I ordered all of my speakers without a finish. But I would recommend sanding your speakers with 120 grit sandpaper to rough up the surface and then going to town with the other paint. As long as we're talking about paint, adhesion shouldn't be an issue.
I was Dgage, thanks. I was thinking that I had to sand it first. I'll give it a try and see what happens.

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I was Dgage, thanks. I was thinking that I had to sand it first. I'll give it a try and see what happens.
Just to be clear, you do need to sand first but you don't need to get down to bare wood. Different types of finishes do require different types of surface preparation but in the case of paint, you should be able to go right over with another paint with just a simple scuffing of the existing coat (assumes good existing coat which I'm sure we have here) with 120 grit sandpaper. Of course, there is the potential that the existing paint is oil based and could interfere with the second coat of paint, presumably water-based interior latex but the probability of that occurring is pretty low (even if it is oil based). If you really wanted to be safe, get some primer (Kilz/Zinsser) and put on before you put on the ceiling/wall paint, again sanding lightly with 120 grit in between. Good luck and post pictures.
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For the love of GOD ... please remove the drivers BEFORE sanding and painting ...
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My first thought was what the heck is RMK going on about...and then I got to the second part...hilarious!
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I just stopped in to say I'm really enjoying my JTR 228HT. I had a work friend over last night who never has been around my equipment before. He has his own projector/theater setup - but it's pretty low key. He had heard how good my system was from other co-workers but wasn't sure what to expect or perhaps wasn't expecting what he got. We watched a redbox rental - the Hercules movie (cheese) and played some tracks off the This is It disc. He left telling me how awesome it was, and texted me a thank you afterwards on his way home, and told me he wants to do it again with some of our other work friends who haven't experienced it. Today at work he texted me for information on what it would cost him to get a setup like that for himself.

Nearly every guest's reactions are the same. They all love it. JTR makes some incredible equipment. The two ported Captivator subs, and the 228HT L/C/R put on a heck of a show!



My wife is busy with Bible School this week and I have the evenings off. So tonight I'm having another couple co-workers over, and tomorrow night I've invited the local KC AV gang over. It'll be fun.
Ugghgh, don't have time to catch up on all the posts. Taking time off work to work again...I have some interests in carps sub distance findings...But mainly off what you say J...I set up my old Definitive BP 8060 Towers at my buddies house last night. They are decent little speakers and unique that they are the DT bipolar design but also have a built in sub and amp. So they are a full range speaker. Anyway I still need to do some calibrations for him, he needs a big plush rug on his hardwood floors and some reflection panels badly. But TBO I remember them sounding better than what I heard yesterday. I mean I did have them dialed in when I had them and he doesn't but still. I went home and played my full range Seaton Submersive/JTR Triple 8 speakers on Stereo with some good ol Phil Collins. Dang they sound really really good. I mean I have them dialed in perfectly and all 1st reflection points handled with panels. But it just made me remember how far I have come and step back and appreciate what I have now even if it is not what I ultimately want.
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My first thought was what the heck is RMK going on about...and then I got to the second part...hilarious!
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I just stopped in to say I'm really enjoying my JTR 228HT. I had a work friend over last night who never has been around my equipment before. He has his own projector/theater setup - but it's pretty low key. He had heard how good my system was from other co-workers but wasn't sure what to expect or perhaps wasn't expecting what he got. We watched a redbox rental - the Hercules movie (cheese) and played some tracks off the This is It disc. He left telling me how awesome it was, and texted me a thank you afterwards on his way home, and told me he wants to do it again with some of our other work friends who haven't experienced it. Today at work he texted me for information on what it would cost him to get a setup like that for himself.

Nearly every guest's reactions are the same. They all love it. JTR makes some incredible equipment. The two ported Captivator subs, and the 228HT L/C/R put on a heck of a show!



My wife is busy with Bible School this week and I have the evenings off. So tonight I'm having another couple co-workers over, and tomorrow night I've invited the local KC AV gang over. It'll be fun.
Good to be in a place where you know what is out there and love what you have. Common sense is a rare commodity in this hobby and while you have fun with it, you exhibit reason and restraint on a regular basis. Good on ya mate.
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Ha, will do!

(I tried to come up with some clever Farley inspired comment but failed miserably)

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2 1/2 hours away from delivery. If I am still alive and well after bringing them down I will take some pics and upload.

I have a customer projector calibration tonight or tomorrow, so that may slow me down getting things done before Sunday night. Hopefully not. But, I am in no huge rush.
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I had the day off from work today, I had put a Forza steering wheel, pedals etc for the xbox 360 on kijiji to sell, as I don't use them any more. The guy that came to check them out turned out to be a cop, in full uniform with the cop car and everything LOL. Our nanny was looking out the window and I kept telling her she was getting deported for eating the last piece of cake on the fridge LOL

Anyways, I had the wheel and everything setup in the HT for him to try out, he gets down there and his jaw is on the floor, he's just walking around to each 215 and the subs giggling. We pop in dirt 3 and he asks if we can " turn it to 11" I laughed and said, may as well go straight to 20. I must have had it 10dB over reference, man it was the highlight of my week for sure. His eyes almost popped out of his head when he was shifting gears and smashing into stuff, it was like you were in the car for sure.

Long story short, he buys all the stuff, gets it home and texted me a few mins ago and text says " wheel works great.... but it's not the same, I feel like I should have doilies on my little girl speakers lol"

LOL I though that was pretty funny. Half the time we had it cranked he was asking do you think the neighbors care? I said no they are cool, he wanted it louder hahahaha

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I had the day off from work today, I had put a Forza steering wheel, pedals etc for the xbox 360 on kijiji to sell, as I don't use them any more. The guy that came to check them out turned out to be a cop, in full uniform with the cop car and everything LOL. Our nanny was looking out the window and I kept telling her she was getting deported for eating the last piece of cake on the fridge LOL

Anyways, I had the wheel and everything setup in the HT for him to try out, he gets down there and his jaw is on the floor, he's just walking around to each 215 and the subs giggling. We pop in dirt 3 and he asks if we can " turn it to 11" I laughed and said, may as well go straight to 20. I must have had it 10dB over reference, man it was the highlight of my week for sure. His eyes almost popped out of his head when he was shifting gears and smashing into stuff, it was like you were in the car for sure.

Long story short, he buys all the stuff, gets it home and texted me a few mins ago and text says " wheel works great.... but it's not the same, I feel like I should have doilies on my little girl speakers lol"

LOL I though that was pretty funny. Half the time we had it cranked he was asking do you think the neighbors care? I said no they are cool, he wanted it louder hahahaha
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Jeff will be here soon with two of my three JTR 215's... Silly Jeff, thought he could get all three into his van... Lol.

Third one tomorrow morning.
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Third one tomorrow morning.
Haha...yep...I've nicknamed Coach's the "Big Black Refrigerators" as first thing you see when opening the door to his room is the back of his right 215RT.
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Jeff will be here soon with two of my three JTR 215's... Silly Jeff, thought he could get all three into his van... Lol.

Third one tomorrow morning.
Do me a favor and ask him if he has any Orbit Shifters about ready to ship out... I've been waiting a while.
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Could you also ask about my 215's. ??? Thanks
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My pair of S8s from n8dogg finally came today. Hooked them up to the only thing I have available, a sonos zp100. Now I'm sitting here listening with a smile on my face. Can't wait until my triple 12s come and I hook them up for real.
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Just watched "Snowpiercer" on VUDU. It is another very good film by South Korean Director Bong Joon-ho who also did "The Host"

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1/12 smoothing will be even more ragged than your 1/6th smoothing. That's crazy that the graph is in 1/6th, it looks more like 1/48 for what I'm used to with the omnimic.

Hmmm what the heck? I must not understand how REW works compared to the Omnimic. The REW graphs look so much more ragged in their response (not just yours). Is it a time thing, as in the Onmi captures a longer period of time for it's sweeps or something?
I made this same comment a few months ago about omnimic graphs looking smoker than rew, but I don't have omnimic to test it out with.
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Finally letting 'em loose tonight!!
The plastic bag effect was awesome... doesn't work with my OS though... Too bad, YouTube doesn't translate to exactly what you hear on my computer speakers.. haha

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Just watched "Snowpiercer" on VUDU. It is another very good film by South Korean Director Bong Joon-ho who also did "The Host"

Check it out ...
Snowpiercer was SO DAMN GOOD!!! Highly recommended. I enjoyed it better than transformers! A little bit of actual story telling goes a long way in movies... highly recommended!

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Other JTR owners must relish these stories. But believe me, those (frustrated) non-owners living vicariously through this thread also get a big kick out of them too.
Please keep 'em coming!
Totally agreed. I was living vicariously thru all the GTGs, Reviews, for years before even buying the 212s.. now, I am again living vicariously on all the 215 buzz... keep the filthy coming!

I bet out of 1 poster on this forum, there are at least 10 just lurking around... (mostly out of fear of posting on forums due to the nasty 'trolling' that seems to happen so frequently nowadays. I remember a time when you can easily voice your opinions on forums and comments online without worrying about being attacked mercilessly... the internet was so much nicer then. Thank goodness the JTR forums is much better in that regards)
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