Originally Posted by craig john
1. In-ceiling speakers used for any application having to do with HT;
2. In-walls and in-ceilings without enclosures, (who in their right mind would use drywall and studs as a speaker...
Why not in-ceiling speakers since they are out of the way and just blend in? Beats having small speakers hung on the wall both in terms of looks and running wires (especially if the rooms have drop ceilings).
Originally Posted by EdJG
and how to set up the rear, and what type to use, is also an issue as the bed is flush with the rear wall.
If you have access above (like an attic) then a pair of in-ceilings over the bed would be...
Originally Posted by oakescw
... I'm curious how you attached the bracket to the bricks. I've never worked with brick before so I don't know and specific tricks, ie, kind of bit to use to drill, kind of bolt to insert,...
What exactly are you getting done?
Originally Posted by ade007
There's a Plasma and system hookup for $750,
What else does this include? Receiver? HD-DVD? BR? DVD? etc? That seems high unless you are getting many...
Originally Posted by SAH
I Do you know of any models that could lower the screen by about 12 inches when it is extended? I too have a mantle over the fireplace and would like to pull the TV out and down for viewing as the...
Originally Posted by howie-san
i haven't decided if its worth the extra 300 bucks to have near perfect black levels or just live with it and stop worrying too much.
Thats almost my view of the 2 lcd's. Seeing both in the store...
$100 for 3 speakers is rough unless you can find a good deal used. Also, ideally you want a center speaker to match your R/L speakers so you get a seamless front soundstage.
With that budget, I'd recommend just buying a pair of...
Originally Posted by johnny905
Basically, I've prewired my listenening area for the surrounds in my new home to be positioned about 2 feet behind and 2-3 feet above the main listening area. But from what I've read the Paradigm...