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post #3511 of 3574 Old 08-26-2014, 07:36 AM
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Nothing special here.

Four Paradigm Reference Studio 20's (the old square box ones) and the matching center. Have a set of DCM TF-1000 and TF-400 I'm debating putting into TV duty, but the 1000's are kinda big.

Stereo speakers I've got are another story, too many. Using some old 6x9 Toby's right now. Last month it was DCM Time Windows.
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post #3512 of 3574 Old 08-27-2014, 02:39 AM
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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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I bet it sounds amazing, but those speakers with that tv is a little like dropping a porsche turbo engine into a ford pinto.
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Hey guys, it's my first set up so it's not too crazy yet. I don't own my own place yet but I will soon & when I do I'll make a dedicated "theater room"

Speakers

-Energy Connoisseur C7 floor standing, Left & Right
-Energy Connoisseur C-C1, Center
-Energy CR-3, Rear Surrounds
Subwoofer
-SVS PB12-NSD
AVR
-Pioneer Elite SC-79
TV & Players
-Samsung 64" 550 3D, TV
-Sony PS4, Games
-Samsung BDP-5100, Blu-Ray
-Monster HTS2600, Surge Protection

I just got the Elite the other day and I LOVE it. Shortly I'll be adding some GoldenEar SuperSat3 speakers for the side surrounds for 7.1 & I also have an Emotiva UPA-200 that I bought a while ago that I'll be putting in my garage so I can listen to tunes when I work on my Subaru haha. I would also like a second sub woofer eventually that would be awesome.
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I bet it sounds amazing, but those speakers with that tv is a little like dropping a porsche turbo engine into a ford pinto.
Haha, it does look a bit like that in the picture, but when I'm in the chair it's fine, it's a 42" TV, and I sit about 2.3 meters away form it, so I wouldn't want to go any bigger.
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Speakers:
LCR: Behringer B212XL (3)
Surrounds: JBL 8330A (4)
Subs: Infinity 1230w (2)

I have more subs I can run, but I can't at the moment due to being in an apartment.
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Haha, it does look a bit like that in the picture, but when I'm in the chair it's fine, it's a 42" TV, and I sit about 2.3 meters away form it, so I wouldn't want to go any bigger.
Are you sure?
I sit from around 3 meters (10ft to be exact), with
a front screen of 114" and wish I could go bigger!


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I mostly listen to 2 channel music and watch sports, so timbre matching for my main system was not important. I do have a kids TV game room with 5 matching speakers($800 each) and a SVS sub but it's sound quality is a joke compared to my main system.

Mains: Magnepan 1.7
center: pioneer elite 571 in wall
Rears: Emotiva UAC-8.2
Subs: 2- SVS sb-2000

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Just swapped the rf-15's out for a pair of KG 5.5's.
Huge improvement

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Pioneer Elite VSX-70
KG 5.5's
RC-25
RS-35's
BIC F-12's
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Are you sure?
I sit from around 3 meters (10ft to be exact), with
a front screen of 114" and wish I could go bigger!


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Damn, that must almost be like watching on an Imax screen, 42" is plenty big enough for me.
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Home Theater Room

SPEAKERS
Fronts: Goldenear Triton One
Center: Goldernear Supercenter XL
Surround: Goldenear Invisa MPX
Rear: Goldenear Invisa MPX
Front High: Golden Ear Supersat 3
AVR
Receiver: Yamaha RX-A 3030
OTHER
Epson 5030 Projector
Elite Screen 135”
Sony Blu-ray BDP-s6200

Family Room
Goldenear 3D Array Soundbar
Golderear Supersat 3
Pioneer VSX-53
Sony BRAVIA KDL55HX850
PS3


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I went with the Pioneer Andrew Jones complete setup-
SP-FS52'S in the front, with SP-C22 center. Sub is the SW-8MK2 and rear surrounds are the bookshelf SP-BS22-LR.


Partnered with a Yamaha HTR-3066.
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Home Theater Room

SPEAKERS
Fronts: Goldenear Triton One
Center: Goldernear Supercenter XL
Surround: Goldenear Invisa MPX
Rear: Goldenear Invisa MPX
Front High: Golden Ear Supersat 3
AVR
Receiver: Yamaha RX-A 3030
OTHER
Epson 5030 Projector
Elite Screen 135”
Sony Blu-ray BDP-s6200

Family Room
Goldenear 3D Array Soundbar
Golderear Supersat 3
Pioneer VSX-53
Sony BRAVIA KDL55HX850
PS3


Two rows of five home theater seating soon to come.
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Home Theater Room

SPEAKERS
Fronts: Goldenear Triton One
Center: Goldernear Supercenter XL
Surround: Goldenear Invisa MPX
Rear: Goldenear Invisa MPX
Front High: Golden Ear Supersat 3
AVR
Receiver: Yamaha RX-A 3030
OTHER
Epson 5030 Projector
Elite Screen 135”
Sony Blu-ray BDP-s6200

Family Room
Goldenear 3D Array Soundbar
Golderear Supersat 3
Pioneer VSX-53
Sony BRAVIA KDL55HX850
PS3


Two rows of five home theater seating soon to come.

Sweet looking setup bro nice
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Figured good a place as any for a first post .
Front l+r emp e55ti
Center emp e56ci
Surrounds emp e55wi
Sub "need new one" velodyne cht8
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I'll join the fun...

Speakers
Front rite and left jbl studios 530
Center jbl studio 520
Rears onkyo htib "will be replaced "
Sub PSA xv15
Powered by denon 1712
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Aerial Acoustics here...

I own Aerial Acoustics speakers....front(L and R),center and surrounds(L and R) with Velodyne Subwoofer...my complete home theatre also consists of Sony 4K 65 inch 850A television,Lexicon MC12 (music/cinema) high end processor with Sunfire 5 channel 500 watt amp. To complete my home theatre I have an older Sony Blu Ray DVD player(which I plan to upgarde to likley an Oppo) and I have the new Sony FMPX10 4K media player just released this month. Cables consist of a combination of Audio Quest,and Monster.

I live in NYC and have visited Aerial Acoustics in person in Mass. and had many great conversations with owner/designer. Very nice man.

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5.1 set up
Goldenear Triton 7 fronts
Goldenear SuperXL center
Goldenear AON 3 backs
Older Klipsch 12" sub

All works amazing well in my flat.
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7.1 (height) setup.
Front LCR is Heco Victa series; floorstanders are the 600 series.
Height & surrounds are Polk Audio RM6750 series.
Sub is Wharfedale SW150.
Front LR speakers are powered from Marantz integrated PM6005.
The rest are powered from Onkyo avr 818.
Speaker cables are Monoprice 12 gauge.
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Bowers & Wilkins 804Diamond
Anthony Gallo Due rears and center
Anthony Gallo Due MPS-150 Subwoofer

attachment = cat exploring the B&W, a sure way to damage the tweeters (at least the grill)
Not a good idea at all!
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I have some semi-old time JBL speakers. Except for the sub, I'll keep 'em all until they croak and I can't find replacement parts anymore.

Fronts: L7 four way with built in passive 12" sub 8" mid bass, mid and tweeter. Sub can be and is bi-amped.

Center: single L1 bookshelf 6 1/2" woofer

Surround L5 four way with built in 8" sub, mid bass mid and tweeter.

Amp: Outlaw 7200. 7 channel 200 watts per channel

Pre-pro: Integra DHC-40.2

Blu-Ray: Oppo BDP-103D

CD: Onkyo DX-C390 6 disc changer

T.V. Samsung 60" plasma

Sub: JBL PSW1200. Underpowered but useable in my smallish 12X20 room with 7' ceiling and poor acoustics.
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Bowers & Wilkins 804Diamond
Anthony Gallo Due rears and center
Anthony Gallo Due MPS-150 Subwoofer

attachment = cat exploring the B&W, a sure way to damage the tweeters (at least the grill)
Not a good idea at all!
LOL

I got 3 and all my speakers have no grills and my kids (the cats) never bother them,
but sure like to sit on top like yours.

And thank you all to post from everyone to share your systems and picc are always a big bonus on this thread.

Keep posting!

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Basement 5.2

Panasonic 55 Plasma
Panamax M5400-PM
Pioneer Elite SC-35
APC S15
Pioneer Elite BDP-62FD
Sony PS3
L/R - Definitive BP7002
C - Definitive 2500
Surr - Definitive BP2X
2X Definitive Supercube I
Mostly Monoprice cabling

Family Room 2.1

Panasonic 42 Plasma
Pioneer Elite VSX-40
L/R - Pioneer SP-FS51-LR
Sub - Definitive ProSub 60
Sony PS3
APC UPS
Monster Power Conditioner

Some other odds and ends that get rotated through my desk setup
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Front sound stage - Tekton Design Enzo's
Surrounds (4) HTD HD-R65's
Sub - DIY (below screen) with dual Stereo Integrity HT 15's
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Dedicated Theatre
Klipsh THX 5.1, with plans to expand to 7.2 by Christmas

Living Room
B&W 684
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My "home theater" 5.1 set up (living room):

Stereo: Sony STR DN1030
BluRay: PS3
Direct TV
L&R: Design Acoustics PS-10's
Center and Surrounds : Design Acoustics PS-5's
Subwoofer: Yamaha 10"
TV: Panasonic 42" LCD

Although I am sure my upgrades will never be "done" I know I will be upgrading when money allows: 2 Velodyne Subwoofers, DIY Bass Traps and acoustic panels for reflections, 65"+ TV, and eventually Wharfedale's or PSB speakers.
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Hi, here are my speakers, all Cerwin Vega.

Front : 1215 MK II
Subwoofer : CLSC-15S
Center : VE-5C
Surround : VE-5M
These are some very rare Speakers you got there.
I am talking about the 1215 MK II's
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Tekton Lore With Clear Cap Upgrade

It matters quite a bit what you drive them with. This is what i did over the last 18 months.

Setup#1 . Started off with twin Carver TFM-35's and Carver C-1 pre (amps completely reworked) with Oppo BDP-83 and Schiit Bifrost DAC, Morrow MA3 IC's and Morrow SP-3 speaker Cables. Pretty decent sound from old gear...could blow the house down...but also blow a few tweeters. Lacked detail and imaging. Sold everything but the Oppo and decided to try different setup.

Setup#2.....135w Harmon Kardon Reciever with the BDP-83. That lasted 3 weeks. No bass. Weak sounding compared to Ditched the HK

Setup #3 ....Kenwood 90 W receiver from who knows when. This actually rocked, but no imaging/spatial goodies. Kenwood out.

Setup #4 ...Crown XLS1000 with BDP-83 direct (RCA)....now were getting somewhere, but still lacked the detail and wallop of setup #1 .....Crown XLS1000 out. BDP-83 out too.

Setup #5 (final for now).....Crown XLS2500, Oppo BDP-105 direct to amp via Morrow MA5 XLR's. Morrow SP-6 speaker cables.

Setup #5 is a million miles from the other 4 setups. I credit the Oppo BDP-105 and the better Morrow Cabling. Soundstage deep wide and tall, with crazy sick imaging....almost 3 dimensional at times. Powerful bass, enough to blow the house down. Visitors to my house now blown away. The Lores have come alive. Only drawback now is they sound worse on the bad recordings.

My .02 is that the Lores will perform....but youve gotta feed em some decent stuff.
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These are some very rare Speakers you got there.
I am talking about the 1215 MK II's
Hi, yes they are pretty rare, they where only made for the Nordic countries, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland but some have made it to the US. They where produced here in Denmark at the Dali factory. It was a collaboration between Cervin Vega and HiFi-Klubben here in Denmark.

Cerwin Vega 1215 MK II, CLSC-15S, VE-5C, VE-5M, Denon POA-2400, AVR-3808
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There have been so many requests for people to try to see what other AVSers have, and many who would like to audition speakers, that I started a frappr group for AVS speaker owners....

so please, join and post your setup, so that others can see and maybe one day audition and share experiences in your area:

http://www.frappr.com/avsers
 
Ill just share what I have here as the other page doesnt load for me.. (@ least not presently)

I have FISHER speakers........ (STV-410M)

I only use 1 though as I prefer Mono
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L/R: Vandersteen 2ce Signature
Center: Paradigm Monitor Center 3
Surrounds: None
Subwoofer: Paradigm DSP-3100
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