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It's an adapter that allows you to hook up a power amp if your AVR doesn't have pre-outs.

How much did that cost?

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personally i dont like the bic f12 - too boomy and not a whole lot of detail to my ears - very "one note-ish". the psw505 is a similarly priced budget sub and, while not being the best sub on the market, it is more refined to my ears then the f12.

Ideally you should get a "real" sub from the likes of rythemik, svs, psa, hsu etc. as others have pointed out.

Who knew subs were boomy. shrug....
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Wow. Me too. It was called Xtremods.com. Great site. Too bad the guy sold it and it fell into disrepair.
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A decent budget sub that I've had a lot of luck with (I have two of them) is the JBL ES250P 12" 400W ported front firing sub. I got mine off of Amazon for 179 or 199 and they have not skipped a beat. They have pretty accurate and tight bass with Audyssey EQ in effect (as they're only about 20 - 25% on the gain dial).
Jeeesh man. Did you have to buy earthquake insurance after you installed those? WOW!

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And for God's sake please slide that av rack to the left a few inches. It being off center is driving me bat crap crazy! :-)

lol... trust me i do that daily, my girl is always asking me why im moving it all the time
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Good morning gentlemen (don't worry, I chuckled at that comment). I just finished building my new HTPC/gaming rig yesterday, and have posted more detail than you could possibly want to see here. Please enjoy. biggrin.gif
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How much did that cost?

IIRC, it was around $20.

Edit: Just took a quick look. It was $22. delivered.
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Picked up my csi5 I ordered from eBay at the fedex office today. Everything looks fine except for the dust from storage. However it is missing the gold jumpers that connect the two sets of binding posts in the back. I'm going to order a set from polk, is there anything I could do to fix it in the interim until they come in?

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Pretty sure you can just connect them with speaker wire. That's what I've read here - no firsthand knowledge, but it makes sense.
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I guess I can call myself a Pokie now, I have a few speakers in the house in different room setups and they all sound good.

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Pretty sure you can just connect them with speaker wire. That's what I've read here - no firsthand knowledge, but it makes sens

+1. Yep, just use speaker wire.


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Any good advice on how to clean this baby up?

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Any good advice on how to clean this baby up?

From the Owner's manual:
Clean veneer with a damp cloth.
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The veneer is fine the drivers and ports are what needs a little TLC from sitting in storage

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The veneer is fine the drivers and ports are what needs a little TLC from sitting in storage

I'd use a dry lint free cloth and go over it very very easy
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The veneer is fine the drivers and ports are what needs a little TLC from sitting in storage

I'd use a dry lint free cloth and go over it very very easy

Key here is VERY EASILY

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How bout a swiffer?

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It doesn't. But I bought a Russsound that will serve as pre-outs. I hope!!

What model is this? I'm curious how well it will work...

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How bout a swiffer?

The dry duster thingies? Should work. Just be careful not to catch on edges and pull too hard.

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What model is this? I'm curious how well it will work...

It's Russound ADP-1.2

I'll have to buy an amp before I can try it out. I also need to figure out some sort of box to put this thing in. It's going in a cabinet, so it won't be seen at all. But I would assume I need to put it in something in case it gets hot. And to keep it from getting damaged. Any ideas?
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Good morning gentlemen (don't worry, I chuckled at that comment). I just finished building my new HTPC/gaming rig yesterday, and have posted more detail than you could possibly want to see here. Please enjoy. biggrin.gif

Dude that is sweet! Excellent build nice and clean and that Noctua doesn't take up a lot of real estate either. With a full size graphics card gaming should be pretty smooth.

I would have loved to have kept the z87 pro with the wifi and all. Asus makes the best boards, too bad their customer service sucks. tongue.gif

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Dude that is sweet! Excellent build nice and clean and that Noctua doesn't take up a lot of real estate either. With a full size graphics card gaming should be pretty smooth.

I would have loved to have kept the z87 pro with the wifi and all. Asus makes the best boards, too bad their customer service sucks. tongue.gif

Thanks! I'm super impressed with Noctua. Seriously high quality. I love Asus too, but I agree, their customer service leaves something to be desired. If they fixed that, they'd be even more of a force in the industry than they already are.

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Good morning gentlemen (don't worry, I chuckled at that comment). I just finished building my new HTPC/gaming rig yesterday, and have posted more detail than you could possibly want to see here. Please enjoy. biggrin.gif

Wow, that is an impressive build! The one pic with the upright fans looks like a 4 into 1 exhaust header coming out of it biggrin.gif

And, I think that's the first time I've seen your set up, very clean looking, great job!!
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Picked up my csi5 I ordered from eBay at the fedex office today. Everything looks fine except for the dust from storage. However it is missing the gold jumpers that connect the two sets of binding posts in the back. I'm going to order a set from polk, is there anything I could do to fix it in the interim until they come in?

If you don't have to have the jumpers, save your money. As Stan and upndown said, speaker wire is the trick. I use 12g to connect all of my four terminal Xovers and put all the jumpers in my bag if extra's. In fact, some members here (I won't mention my own name biggrin.gif) have gotten ridiculously overboard in the jumper area.

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Wow, that is an impressive build! The one pic with the upright fans looks like a 4 into 1 exhaust header coming out of it biggrin.gif

And, I think that's the first time I've seen your set up, very clean looking, great job!!

Thanks Geoff! It's actually 5 into 1! One "top" 120mm intake (which is really on the right of the case), two rear 80mm exhaust fans, and the two Noctua fans on the CPU cooler (92mm on the bottom and 120mm on the top). Asus Q-control handles all 5 perfectly from the single header.

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So, I bought a RadioShack SPL meter and a Calibrated Dayton UMM-6 USB microphone from Cross-Spectrum. Neither of which I've been able to use since my family are always around, and when they aren't home they aren't gone long enough for me to do anything mad.gif The only good thing I've discovered was that for my ripped movies that have audio drop outs with the True HD track, I can use ClownBD and re-rip my movie with LPCM audio track option biggrin.gif So now, I can have the 7.1 surround sound with audio drops. This is for movies such as Total Recall, Monsters University, Brake and Finding Nemo.

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So, I bought a RadioShack SPL meter and a Calibrated Dayton UMM-6 USB microphone from Cross-Spectrum. Neither of which I've been able to use since my family are always around, and when they aren't home they aren't gone long enough for me to do anything mad.gif The only good thing I've discovered was that for my ripped movies that have audio drop outs with the True HD track, I can use ClownBD and re-rip my movie with LPCM audio track option biggrin.gif So now, I can have the 7.1 surround sound with audio drops. This is for movies such as Total Recall, Monsters University, Brake and Finding Nemo.

Are you getting drop outs because of wireless? If not, MPC-HC should give you perfect playback of all HD Audio formats (with a few plugins...there's a good thread on it here that I can dig up if you want).

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Are you getting drop outs because of wireless? If not, MPC-HC should give you perfect playback of all HD Audio formats (with a few plugins...there's a good thread on it here that I can dig up if you want).

No wireless here. It is a known issue. Even the Monsters University BD disk has audio drop outs. Same goes for Brave, Finding Nemo, Total Recall, etc. Changing the TrueHD track to LPCM or FLAC fixes the audio drop out, which is what I am doing.

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No wireless here. It is a known issue. Even the Monsters University BD disk has audio drop outs. Same goes for Brave, Finding Nemo, Total Recall, etc. Changing the TrueHD track to LPCM or FLAC fixes the audio drop out, which is what I am doing.

That's odd. So the discs are just badly manufactured w/r/t their lossless audio?

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It's Russound ADP-1.2

I'll have to buy an amp before I can try it out. I also need to figure out some sort of box to put this thing in. It's going in a cabinet, so it won't be seen at all. But I would assume I need to put it in something in case it gets hot. And to keep it from getting damaged. Any ideas?

It looks like it is meant for a stereo option, so one would need 3 of these for a 5.0 line out to an amp?

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Good morning gentlemen (don't worry, I chuckled at that comment). I just finished building my new HTPC/gaming rig yesterday, and have posted more detail than you could possibly want to see here. Please enjoy. biggrin.gif

Looking at your build log pics. That a Dreamcast I see in your av rack?
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Looking at your build log pics. That a Dreamcast I see in your av rack?

He'll yes! And an original NES, and a Sega Genesis and a wii and an original xbox. The ps3 is on the floor on the left. The 2600 is in storage smile.gif

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