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post #3481 of 3624 Old 08-06-2014, 08:39 PM
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Just ordered the rocketfish wireless sub kit so I'll be moving those to the back corner of the room to see how they sound. New stand all put together too!


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Family Room: 5.1 Setup
Definitive Technology ProCinema 600 5.1 System (Powered by Pioneer Elite SC-61)

Theater Room: 7.1 Setup (Powered by Pioneer Elite SC-65)
Front L/R - Definitive Technology BP-8060ST Towers
Center - Definitive Technology CS-8040HD
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Subwoofer - Definitive Technology SuperCube 2000

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Family Room: 5.1 Setup
Definitive Technology ProCinema 600 5.1 System (Powered by Pioneer Elite SC-61)

Theater Room: 7.1 Setup (Powered by Pioneer Elite SC-65)
Front L/R - Definitive Technology BP-8060ST Towers
Center - Definitive Technology CS-8040HD
Surrounds - Definitive Technology SR-8040BP
Rears - Definitive Technology ProMonitor 1000
Subwoofer - Definitive Technology SuperCube 2000
Sounds like 2 awesome setups !
Just corner loaded my 2 subs, sounds a lot better



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Sounds like 2 awesome setups !
Just corner loaded my 2 subs, sounds a lot better



Good to see, you have done some try and error, and found your happy spot.
Glad to see it worked out for you!

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Kef Q700 (Left and Right) Kef Q200C (Center) Kef 3005 (Rear Sats) Yamaha 7.1 Receiver... Sunfire 12' subwoofer XBox One Blu Ray Player

This system is absolutely amazing!
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Gameroom:
3 - JTR 228's
2 - DIY Sound Group Volt 8's in Slanted Boxes (soon to be 4)

Living room:
3 - DIY Sound Group Volt 8's in ported boxes
2 - Mirage Omnistats

Bedroom:
3 - SVS SCS-02 (M)
2 - Mirage Omnistats

Computer Room:
2 - EmpTek E41b

Garage:
2 - Cerwin Vega VS-120's

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Kef Q700 (Left and Right) Kef Q200C (Center) Kef 3005 (Rear Sats) Yamaha 7.1 Receiver... Sunfire 12' subwoofer XBox One Blu Ray Player

This system is absolutely amazing!
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Gameroom:
3 - JTR 228's
2 - DIY Sound Group Volt 8's in Slanted Boxes (soon to be 4)

Living room:
3 - DIY Sound Group Volt 8's in ported boxes
2 - Mirage Omnistats

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2 - Mirage Omnistats

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I also had the VS-120, years ago!
A party speaker, sometime I miss them, before my DIY time and geting serious about this hobby

Some pics would also be appreciated

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Any pics available?



I also had the VS-120, years ago!
A party speaker, sometime I miss them, before my DIY time and geting serious about this hobby

Some pics would also be appreciated

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I usually pull them out of the garage into the yard on Friday and Saturday nights when we have neighbors over. They are perfect for party music!
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I wish, I would still have them for this purpuse only!!!
Not accurate, just play loud!

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I usually pull them out of the garage into the yard on Friday and Saturday nights when we have neighbors over. They are perfect for party music!
+1 on that!!!
I wish, I still had the for this only!

By the way, that's what got me into about finding out about speakers building after a member told me " open them up and see what is in-side".

Then I learn a few things, but those CV were always doing what they are suppose to do, Play Loud not deceiving like other that claim to be audiofile grade and are not.

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I know this may not be a great match but I get what I am able to hear locally

Room 27 long by 13.5 wide with 8 ft ceiling 7.1 setup
one end for HT other end for Stereo
120 inch front projector screen on Epson projector and
65 inch 4k Sony for tv and non movie venue

For Home Theater Speakers:
First, on hand:
Front L&R channels: JBL L-300 monitors in home built cabinets,
Rear: small low cost JBL 2 way bookshelf units mounted in rear wall
Sub: 18 inch JBL sub in 8 cu ft home made cabinet

Just added:
Front center: Klipsch Reference 64 RC
Side channels Klipsch Reference 62 RS

Currently all but the sub are on a Yamaha 3010 receiver I may move front sides to a 100 watt/ch Audire amp as a trial

Adding 4 RealTrap Minitrap bass traps to balance out the room bass and reflections

Hoping I can sort of match great clarity of the L-300's with the less clear (despite the horn tweeter in it) Klipsch center channel...Tends to be warmer and thus not as defining on dialogue to me.

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Stereo JBL home built 4343 monitors. Biamped on a Heathkit 250 w/ch bass and 100 w/channel Amber amp for 10"mids and compression driver horns and slot radiators. Back wall Sonex covered
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Sony system

Hi I have sony DVP-NS648 sony STR-DH130 sony SS-F5000
setup with a noontec media player with a ps3 as well as a tanoy msub 10

let me know what your'll think
remember it's on a cash strap situation

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I have PSB Imagine Ts, which replaced Wharfedale Diamond 10.5s
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If headphones are OK to post, I have a couple I like. Cheap but nice-sounding HS-28 and HS-19 headphones from A4Tech. I know there are better models, but these do the job for me.
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Home Theater - (5) MB Quart; Vera Bookshelf (2) PSA XS-30 Subs

Den - (2) Paradigm Studio 60'S v. 1 (1) SVS; PB-12NSD Sub

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Just upgraded receiver to a pioneer elite VSX-70
I love the network capabilities and on screen display.

Also sound quality is a huge upgrade from the old pioneer unit I had.


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Here is my complete system laid out -

12" DIY speakers (35hz)
Wharfedale Diamond 9.6 (2x 8", 28hz) speakers
Harman Kardon DVD48 Universal Player(my CD Player)
Harman Kardon BDP1 Universal Player (my DVD/BluRay Player)
Pioneer PL-35A Turntable w/ Stanton 680EE Cartridge
Vizio 42" LED TV

Retail value ~ US$4,275

The system described -



And here is a sample of how it sound, though admittedly compromised by YouTube, but it still sounds good -


Not the greatest system in the world, but it servers my needs nicely.

For music, I just use the Yamaha RX-797 100w/ch and the Diamond 9.6 speaker that you are hearing in the video.

For movies I turn on the second amp (Onkyo TX-8255, 50w/ch) and the DIY 12" speakers, and it really brings the thunder and light for movies. I felt bass so strong that I felt the upholstery on my chair flex under the impact. That is with NO Sub.

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Just picked up a super minty pair of KG 3.5's for a 100 bucks
Going to use them for garage speakers for now




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Ah I've often dreamed as a child of owning a nice set of towers, but alas, just not meant to be I guess... at least, not yet.

But I'm more than happy and thoroughly enjoying my 7.1 system made up entirely of Definitive Technology StudioMonitor 350 bookshelves and an Energy s10.3 sub. These were my recent upgrade from entry level Sony bookshelves that I've been using for nearly 10 years. I'm planning on keeping these Def Techs for quite a while.

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Ah I've often dreamed as a child of owning a nice set of towers, but alas, just not meant to be I guess... at least, not yet.

But I'm more than happy and thoroughly enjoying my 7.1 system made up entirely of Definitive Technology StudioMonitor 350 bookshelves and an Energy s10.3 sub. These were my recent upgrade from entry level Sony bookshelves that I've been using for nearly 10 years. I'm planning on keeping these Def Techs for quite a while.

Looks good. I wish I had an extra room to dedicate to a theater. The wife would not approve of a projector in the living room ! Lol

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Looks good. I wish I had an extra room to dedicate to a theater. The wife would not approve of a projector in the living room ! Lol
Ah yes, the wife-approval factor. In actuality, a projector can be far less intrusive than a large TV so long as you have a pull-down screen that hides and blends when retracted. They also have ones that pull up from the floor. There is hope my friend.
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No room for a theatre room, so my bed room has to suffice, it's a little small, about 3.3 meters wide by 5.6 meters long, but what can you do, on the positive side the room has a double stud wall with a single car garage between it and the rest of the house, so I can crank up the volume without disturbing the rest of the house, only the sub can cause a bit of a disturbance with some movies.

Cambridge Audio 752BD
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Legacy Audio Signature se
Legacy Audio Silver Screen hd
Legacy Audio Studio hd
SVS PC-13 Ultra

The SVS is in sealed mode pressed up against the chair so it kind of acts as a tactile transducer as well, giving the sensation of having more bass without the extra SPL, the bass is nice and tight too, overall a better improvement than where I used to have it in the rear corner in 16hz mode.
The Cambridge is a nice sounding unit too, in my opinion a better player for music than the Oppo BDP93-NXE I used to have, a warm but still detailed sound with smooth mids and highs, the Legacy's would have to be the best purchases I've ever made, really really nice sounding speakers, a big improvement over my previous speakers, Paradigm Studio 100's and Jamo C809's.
Going direct into the power amps made a big difference too, and it saved me money, it's quite rare in the hifi world when you can get a big improvement in sound without spending any money.

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No room for a theatre room, so my bed room has to suffice, it's a little small, about 3.3 meters wide by 5.6 meters long, but what can you do, on the positive side the room has a double stud wall with a single car garage between it and the rest of the house, so I can crank up the volume without disturbing the rest of the house, only the sub can cause a bit of a disturbance with some movies.



Cambridge Audio 752BD

Emotiva XPA-1 X2

Emotiva XPA-3

Legacy Audio Signature se

Legacy Audio Silver Screen hd

Legacy Audio Studio hd

SVS PC-13 Ultra



The SVS is in sealed mode pressed up against the chair so it kind of acts as a tactile transducer as well, giving the sensation of having more bass without the extra SPL, the bass is nice and tight too, overall a better improvement than where I used to have it in the rear corner in 16hz mode.

The Cambridge is a nice sounding unit too, in my opinion a better player for music than the Oppo BDP93-NXE I used to have, a warm but still detailed sound with smooth mids and highs, the Legacy's would have to be the best purchases I've ever made, really really nice sounding speakers, a big improvement over my previous speakers, Paradigm Studio 100's and Jamo C809's.

Going direct into the power amps made a big difference too, and it saved me money, it's quite rare in the hifi world when you can get a big improvement in sound without spending any money.



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Ah yes, the wife-approval factor. In actuality, a projector can be far less intrusive than a large TV so long as you have a pull-down screen that hides and blends when retracted. They also have ones that pull up from the floor. There is hope my friend.
Very true! That new sony projector is pretty cool too. It sits on the floor about a foot or so from the wall and pretty much looks like a piece of furniture of some sort. But those are super pricey!

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No room for a theatre room, so my bed room has to suffice, it's a little small, about 3.3 meters wide by 5.6 meters long, but what can you do, on the positive side the room has a double stud wall with a single car garage between it and the rest of the house, so I can crank up the volume without disturbing the rest of the house, only the sub can cause a bit of a disturbance with some movies.

Cambridge Audio 752BD
Emotiva XPA-1 X2
Emotiva XPA-3
Legacy Audio Signature se
Legacy Audio Silver Screen hd
Legacy Audio Studio hd
SVS PC-13 Ultra

The SVS is in sealed mode pressed up against the chair so it kind of acts as a tactile transducer as well, giving the sensation of having more bass without the extra SPL, the bass is nice and tight too, overall a better improvement than where I used to have it in the rear corner in 16hz mode.
The Cambridge is a nice sounding unit too, in my opinion a better player for music than the Oppo BDP93-NXE I used to have, a warm but still detailed sound with smooth mids and highs, the Legacy's would have to be the best purchases I've ever made, really really nice sounding speakers, a big improvement over my previous speakers, Paradigm Studio 100's and Jamo C809's.
Going direct into the power amps made a big difference too, and it saved me money, it's quite rare in the hifi world when you can get a big improvement in sound without spending any money.

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Legacy Audio Studio hd
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Holy smokes! I don't even want to look at your energy bill. Super sweet system man. I've always loved the looks of Legacy speakers, though I've never had the pleasure of hearing them in person.
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Home Theatre Setup:
Center: Cambridge Soundworks MC500
Fronts: Cambridge Soundworks M80
Rears: Cambridge Soundworks S300
Sub: N/A

Den Setup:
L/R Stereo: JVC SP-95

I have everything unhooked right now, for I will be moving in a couple days. When I have them installed again, I will put up pictures.

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