OK, I'm getting my images ready in GIMP. For the Performance Knit, how much smaller do I need to make the images to allow for stretch? I am doing 27x40 posters. Also with the PK being so stretchy, will it sag over time?
Yup... but not all routers will do that. My router doesn't have the option for static DHCP so I had to set a static IP for my blu-ray player, receiver, etc.If you type your device's IP address ( 10.0.0.20 ) into your computer's browser it should give you the option to log into the device and hopefully adjust the settings.
My living room setup consists of an Emotiva XDA-1 and powered Mackie MR5 speakers.
I'm assuming since this is your bedroom, you could get by with optical out from the TV. I run optical from the TV to the XDA-1 then XLR cables to the Mackies. Amazing sound. I bought used and spent about $300 for both speakers and the Emotiva.
I'm even planning on using the JBLs that ttlnb mentioned in my theater downstairs.
I currently have old (1998) Yamaha towers, center and surrounds. I'm definitely not happy with the center. I plan to replace them all with the JBL LSR 308 for L and R and the LSR 305 for surrounds and a pair of the LSR 305s for the center. It's nice to see someone has something good to say about using dual centers.
1. I picked the PRG because it looked a little beefier than the PRGS. I just now looked at the spec sheets for both and they are very similar with the only difference I could see being the PRG can tilt further side to side.2. Ceiling plate is for extension pole. I have a buddy that attached his PRG directly to the ceiling.
The only thing I don't like about the Fusion 8 MTM is the waveguide still looks like it is sideways for a center channel. The Fusion 1099 Center has the waveguide rotated to be a true center. No matter what you use for a center, you will have to angle it up.