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AV receiver 800 58.06%
Integrated amp 19 1.38%
AV receiver and one or more separate power amps 278 20.17%
Pre/pro and one or more multichannel power amps 240 17.42%
Pre/pro and multiple monoblock power amps 26 1.89%
Pre/pro and self-powered speakers 15 1.09%
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post #181 of 288 Old 05-09-2014, 07:17 AM
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Yamaha CX-A5000
ATI AT 2007 - 200W per channel running F/L/C/SR/SB/SBR/SBL
ATI AT 2004 - 200W per channel running Front Hight R/Front Hight L/Zone 2 R/Zone 2 L

Prepro and Amps all connected via XLR cables

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Klipsch RF-63 Front Right/Left
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2 Rythmik DS1510 DIY subwoofers w/600W PEQ3 Amplifers going through Antimode 8033S II

Now for the Oppo HA-1 to integrate for dedicated stereo listning.

I went with the yamaha over the Marantz 8801 only due to the Yamaha feature of HDMI switching while the unit is in standbye. I listned to both units long and hard and honestly I could not tell the difference so it boiled down to functionality.

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I use an Integra DHC-80.3 Pre-amp and an Integra DTA-70.1 Amp for a 5.1 system that use to be a 7.1 system. I know from experience that a 7.1 system did work in my room but when I had Jeff Meyer do a custom room calibration, he refused to waste his time configuring my 7.1 system and only configured a 5.1 system. Which sounds great but I would have at least liked for him to calibrate a 7.1 system for me so I wouldn't have any regrets.

Now the regrets are eating me up now. frown.gif

If he ever comes in this area again, I'll have to have him re-calibrate my system to make sure a 7.1 system will not work in my room so I can put my mind at ease.
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I use an Integra DHC-80.3 Pre-amp and an Integra DTA-70.1 Amp for a 5.1 system that use to be a 7.1 system. I know from experience that a 7.1 system did work in my room but when I had Jeff Meyer do a custom room calibration, he refused to waste his time configuring my 7.1 system and only configured a 5.1 system. Which sounds great but I would have at least liked for him to calibrate a 7.1 system for me so I wouldn't have any regrets. When your paying, your the boss, but not according to Jeff Meyer. frown.gif

Now the regrets are eating me up now. frown.gif

If he ever comes in this area again, I'll have to have him re-calibrate my system to make sure a 7.1 system will not work in my room so I can put my mind at ease. There goes more money down the drain. frown.gif


So is this "Jeff Meyer" guy the only game in town?   If I was paying someone to do a room calibration in 7.1, if he refused to do it, I'd just have to duct tape a 1000W Buttkicker to his forehead and enjoy a blu-ray or two.. :eek:

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I use a THX certified 7.2 TX-NR616 AVR from Onkyo.

Me too, almost. 7.1 Onkyo TX-604 Was supposed to have passthrough (according to the geniuses at Best Buy) but it has to be on to pass a signal. Anyway, sounds great with my Klipsch Reference Series setup.

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I use an Integra DHC-80.3 Pre-amp and an Integra DTA-70.1 Amp for a 5.1 system that use to be a 7.1 system. I know from experience that a 7.1 system did work in my room but when I had Jeff Meyer do a custom room calibration, he refused to waste his time configuring my 7.1 system and only configured a 5.1 system. Which sounds great but I would have at least liked for him to calibrate a 7.1 system for me so I wouldn't have any regrets. When your paying, your the boss, but not according to Jeff Meyer. frown.gif

Now the regrets are eating me up now. frown.gif

If he ever comes in this area again, I'll have to have him re-calibrate my system to make sure a 7.1 system will not work in my room so I can put my mind at ease. There goes more money down the drain. frown.gif

Wow, you sound like a real pushover. Can I borrow 5 grand? I'll pay ya back $100 because I refuse to waste my time paying you back the full amount.

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If he ever comes in this area again, I'll have to have him re-calibrate my system to make sure a 7.1 system will not work in my room so I can put my mind at ease. There goes more money down the drain. frown.gif

Considering that Jeff for whatever reasons he felt were valid at the time or maybe time constraints ? refused to do a 7.1 cal I might think about just finding a local HT integrator. I'm sure they would have the capability .

In my modest HT (not a dedicated build/room ) 5.1 is otherwise sufficient *for me* OTOH if it were a dedicated build that might change things since my AVR is 7.1 , unless there was a convincing technical argument otherwise.

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No, 'Some or all of the above' option? I have different systems for different needs - that incorporate different style gear. Why restrict the list?

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No, 'Some or all of the above' option? I have different systems for different needs - that incorporate different style gear. Why restrict the list?

If you want a poll with 50 options go to wnd.com ;-)

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Originally Posted by Cigarjohn47 View PostI use an Integra DHC-80.3 Pre-amp and an Integra DTA-70.1 Amp for a 5.1 system that use to be a 7.1 system. I know from experience that a 7.1 system did work in my room but when I had Jeff Meyer do a custom room calibration, he refused to waste his time configuring my 7.1 system and only configured a 5.1 system. Which sounds great but I would have at least liked for him to calibrate a 7.1 system for me so I wouldn't have any regrets. When your paying, your the boss, but not according to Jeff Meyer. frown.gif  Now the regrets are eating me up now. frown.gif  If he ever comes in this area again, I'll have to have him re-calibrate my system to make sure a 7.1 system will not work in my room so I can put my mind at ease. There goes more money down the drain. frown.gif

I hear you you should get someone else if you are not satisfied!  Why didn't you use Audyssey and compare?

 

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My Pioneer Elite SC-55 takes care of everything but the bass, which a Crown XTi-2002 handles (EQ and amplification). High-efficiency speakers up front make it easy for the receiver to reach reference levels with no strain.

I chose the Pioneer because it was on open box purchase at Best Buy for 550 bucks, that's about one-third of retail. I wanted powerfull receiver with analog preamp outputs (to use self-powered speakers) and dual HDMI outputs. The class-D amps never break a sweat.

The Crown XTi-2002 is a good value for the money. I bought it for approximately retail, I think it was $550. It's rock solid reliable, it has great built in DSP capabilities, its lightweight. Crucially, the fan stays off unless it's needed, which is rarely.
Hey Mark, I got introduced to the Pioneer Elite line of receivers a few years back, right here on AVS. Like you, I was able to find a brand new SC-05 (in sealed box) for about half-off @BB. The best deal ever! Since then I have slowly acquired other Elite branded gear. However, the 05 is my favorite and I've come to love the sound through my Energy RC-30s. The class D sound just flows out of the speakers so silky and smooth. With detailed and clear crispness. I've been a convert of class D ever since.

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If you want a poll with 50 options go to wnd.com ;-)
Nobody said anything about 50 options. wink.gif

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If we use an HTPC do we vote Pre/Pro? HTPC's have been used by AVS members for more than 10 years as a Pre/Pro. Check out this old thread: Please post your "HTPC as preamp/processor" success stories!

I use an HTPC with either an 8 or 16 Channel DAC to mono block and stereo amps. I use the HTPC for movies, music, TV, and gaming.
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So is this "Jeff Meyer" guy the only game in town?   If I was paying someone to do a room calibration in 7.1, if he refused to do it, I'd just have to duct tape a 1000W Buttkicker to his forehead and enjoy a blu-ray or two.. eek.gif
I'd like to correct this post as my intentions were not to disgrace or put down Jeff in any way. He's a great guy, very intelligent and kind. But it would have been nice for him to do a 7.1 calibration first to prove to me that Audyssey isn't that good to create a 7.1 environment when my environment was only designed for a 5.1 setup.

I just want my mind put at ease, knowing that my room will never be able to produce a 7.1 setup. Then in the future, I can constantly steer myself to 5.1 setups which will make my life more easier.

Not knowing the unknow can really haunt you at times.
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I use an Integra DHC-80.3 Pre-amp and an Integra DTA-70.1 Amp for a 5.1 system that use to be a 7.1 system. I know from experience that a 7.1 system did work in my room but when I had Jeff Meyer do a custom room calibration, he refused to waste his time configuring my 7.1 system and only configured a 5.1 system. Which sounds great but I would have at least liked for him to calibrate a 7.1 system for me so I wouldn't have any regrets.

Now the regrets are eating me up now. frown.gif

If he ever comes in this area again, I'll have to have him re-calibrate my system to make sure a 7.1 system will not work in my room so I can put my mind at ease.
I'd like to correct this post as my intentions were not to disgrace or put down Jeff in any way. He's a great guy, very intelligent and kind. But it would have been nice for him to do a 7.1 calibration first to prove to me that Audyssey isn't that good to create a 7.1 environment when my environment was only designed for a 5.1 setup.

I just want my mind put at ease, knowing that my room will never be able to produce a 7.1 setup. Then in the future, I can constantly steer myself to 5.1 setups which will make my life more easier.

Not knowing the unknow can really haunt you at times.
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Here is what I have now:

Lexicon MC 12 HD as the Processor - ties together everything on 5.1
Krell TAS 5 Channel - Power Amp @ 200 W / channel on balanced inputs
REL Brit B1 Sub woofer

Pioneer Elite BDP 95FD & Oppo BDP 93 BD/DVD players
Ayre 5Xe Evolution CD/SACD/DVD-A for Music (Analog Pass thru to just stereo fronts )

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- Amati Anniversario Front Pair
- Cremona Center
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I'd like to correct this post as my intentions were not to disgrace or put down Jeff in any way. He's a great guy, very intelligent and kind. But it would have been nice for him to do a 7.1 calibration first to prove to me that Audyssey isn't that good to create a 7.1 environment when my environment was only designed for a 5.1 setup.

I just want my mind put at ease, knowing that my room will never be able to produce a 7.1 setup. Then in the future, I can constantly steer myself to 5.1 setups which will make my life more easier.

Not knowing the unknow can really haunt you at times.

How are your speakers laid out?
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How are your speakers laid out?
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Awesome lists here. Mine:

Onkyo TX-NR809-running SVS Ultra Surrounds(2), SVS Ultra Bookshelves(2), SVS PB12 Ultra/2, SVS PB12-ISD
Carver 705x-running SVS Ultra Towers, SVS Ultra Center
Darbee Darblet
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Buttkicker BK-1000 amp(2) running 4 buttkicker lfe's
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HTPC W/4TB Hyperspin setup and 16TB NAS W/3000+ movie collection
Sewell Direct 12AWG double-strand speaker wire w/banana plugs.


That's most of my setup, loving it so far!!
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Nobody said anything about 50 options. wink.gif

I know. I was goofing on WND which has polls on all of its articles with like 50 choices, but they never publish the results of these polls.

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I have a Pioneer Elite SC-27 it is a beast. I paired that with a Adcom GFA-5500 for my front towers. Everything else runs off the elite. 7.1
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I got 3 systems, I use HTPCs on 2 and a regular Desktop that sees a lot of entertainment use as well. All use Windows Media Center for DVR and are networked so any content is available from any PC. That in addition to media streaming on TV, BD player and Receiver.

HTPC: Onkyo PR-SC885, Carver AV-806x, Sony DVP-S7000, Sony vpl-hs51A, NHT 2.5i,, NHT AudioCenter 1,NHT SB2, Sunfire HRS12.

TVPC: Onkyo TX-8050, Sony S570, Panasonic P54G10, Canton Vento 820.2, Velodyne DS-10.

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I've go an Onkyo TX-NR809 7.1 receiver although it's currently sitting in the box because it just got returned from an HDMI board replacement. To supplement that I'm using an oldie but goodie Parasound HCA 2200 II (385 watts RMS x 2, 20Hz-20kHz into 4 ohms) to power my main L/R speakers and a Carver M400 for my sub. I've got enough speakers for a 9.1 setup but the Onkyo 809 can't do that. I'm looking to upgrade it in the foreseeable future to an 11.2 receiver with HDMI 2. That could take a year plus as they seem to be slow coming to market.

I've also got another Carver amp for zones 2 & 3.
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I use the Pioneer SC55 and ADCOM 5503 3 channel amp for the front stage consisting on Polk RTi 12 LR and CSi5 center. I am bi-amping the mains with the receiver for the high and the amp for the lows.The SC55 powers the rears Polk RTi6 I also use the SC25 in a secondary system ant the Marantz SR6004 in another system, 

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Out of curiosity, which amps do you use to drive which speakers?  I know the MM 8077 provides power for 7 channels and labels them as L, C, R, SL, SR, SBL, & SBR, but is that how you use it?  Do you then use the MM 7055 to drive the Front Heights and Front Wides, with one unused amp?  I assume your subs are self-powered?

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