Ordered from newegg, then just saw the amazon price. Doh. Checked amazon, and the $650 looks like it's already gone - the best available now appears Vanns through amazon for low 700s... looks like I will keep the newegg $699 deal and...
Originally Posted by Kilian.ca
Usually speakers are the components to last the longest, not receiver.
Good speakers can last you a decade or more... you won't really need an uber-powerful receiver/amp if you're listening...
Originally Posted by bossobass
You can pinch any of these and compare to the BFLA scenes I posted and LMK what your opinion is when watching with your system.
Agree... those are great movies and scenes. ...
Originally Posted by Gooddoc
There are some that believe in gain matching for subs. A single amp in that instance would be "better" than independent gain controls.
While the first part is true, I believe your subsequent...
Originally Posted by HuskerOmaha
Seriously though about my earlier Eq question, will 2 amps really make separate located subs better? Or is that more a question of if you are using Audyssey/AVR Eq or...
Originally Posted by Dr_jitsu
Like you, I also initially wanted 2 amps. However I was assured by several people who own the 18.T that there is virtually no compromise in performance in relying on one...
Originally Posted by benclement11
I've been looking into the costs for building a DIY subwoofer. I read a lot that you can build for "pennies on the dollar". The first place I went was to the Rythmik website to...
This is an awesome endeavor - wish you the best of luck with it.
IMHO, without obligation for accessing the results, you should consider setting up something so people can voluntarily paypal you $5, $10, $20, etc... just to help...