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A little late to the party. I'm in the process of building a home with a dedicated home theater. I'll be using Maggie 3.7s for the front end, and MG-CCR for the center. I believe (am not sure, since my installer will choose), I will be purchaing MC1s for the rear and side surrounds, four in all. My processor is a Denon AVP-A1HDCI AV Processor, which is widely acknowledged as one of the best in the business. That's not a point I want to argue at the present, only to ...
Thank you for the picture of a mount with no other useful information. This is just what I had in mind Nick
Does anyone use a table mount with this unit? I'll be moving from my home shortly, and am going to be renting for at least 6 to 8 months, perhaps more; nonetheless, I really don't want to pound holes in my landlord's walls, so I want to mount this on top of an A/V cabinet I have I thought perhaps a table mount had come with the unit, though it matters not, since, even if it did, I have no idea where it might be. Any recommendations will be greatly...
I've heard very good things about the Control4. I have an Escient Vision, now discontinued, but still, I think, supported. When you upgrade the software it creates an extremely elegant interface. I long ago posted screenshots on this thread of what the Escient can do, and it too is leaps and bounds ahead of what you get with just a 7000ES. My Escient controls four units with a seamless interface.Good luck,Nick
The AV receiver that feeds my Sharp 80" is a Sony DA 5400ES A/V receiver. After some fiddling with it, the setting of 220ms seemed to work best, but 200ms would also work easily as well. For whatever reason, setting the delay that high doesn't affect things that didn't bother you to begin with, but corrects the things that did.I have had some very good high end products in my constantly evolving system, with the peak point several years ago when the Sony Qualia was the...
If you think you have buyer's remorse now, just wait until you've returned your set, replaced it with that 70" set, and you'll spend a long time regretting that move. If you took a poll on this thread, I'm betting that everyone who owns one of these (myself included) is so pleased that they could easily adjust to the new 90", or even something larger in the future. When it comes to flat panels, bigger is better. It just is. The one legitimate issue you raise is the...
Hey, RMK. Is that a Jack Russell Terrier in your Avatar? I've got a wire-haired JRT, and what an amazing animal. Cute, too.I've been swearing by multi-disc changers for years. I've compared them directly with some very high end players, and they don't suffer at all in comparison. Audio and Video.Good luck with the changer. And with the JRT.Thanks,Nick
Here is another option http://www.jvbdigital.nl/jvb.asp?cur=2&level=modifications&page=title&title=1118 . I've worked with them in the past and have always been pleased. Too bad the DIY kit is not available for this unit.Thanks,Nick
What we do know is that what will be shown, if anything, will bear some relationship to Harman's penchant for risk-taking--and I see very little risk-taking at what we traditionally considered the high end in audio and home theater. It's not just true of Lexicon, but virtually all of them.Back in the day, Harman was worth three times more than it is now. That was when it seemed, to me anyway, that Harman was the perfect company for high end audio. While it is worth four...
Where?Thanks,Nick
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