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Just noticed this thread is only two slots from the bottom of the page ...
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Slipped to page two again ...
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Mods,

PLEASE make this a sticky!
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Originally Posted by mpedris View Post

Mods,

PLEASE make this a sticky!

They won't, its been tried before, but got unstuck.

No worries.
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Originally Posted by DrPainMD View Post

They won't, its been tried before, but got unstuck.

No worries.

I can only think of two reasons the thread has been "unstuck":

1) The mods don't like all of the links to other sites...

2) The mods don't want the rest of us mere mortals to feel inferior because you have MULTIPLE sticky threads to your name .

Seriously though, great thread. The amount of work you've put into both this and your "Movies with Bass" thread is astounding! Your dedication has led to many hours of my enjoyment, and I am confident I am not alone in this experience. Thanks for all of your hard work!
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Originally Posted by lalakersfan34 View Post

I can only think of two reasons the thread has been "unstuck":

1) The mods don't like all of the links to other sites...

2) The mods don't want the rest of us mere mortals to feel inferior because you have MULTIPLE sticky threads to your name .

Seriously though, great thread. The amount of work you've put into both this and your "Movies with Bass" thread is astounding! Your dedication has led to many hours of my enjoyment, and I am confident I am not alone in this experience. Thanks for all of your hard work!

1) b64 ..... BINGO!!!
2) I only have 2 sticky threads, not trying for a third.

Movies with BASS thread takes alot of my time. So thank you for your support and to all the others who keep bumping this thread.

ps. all the links in this thread are in my other 101 "stickied" thread. You do the math.
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Originally Posted by DrPainMD View Post

1) b64 ..... BINGO!!!
2) I only have 2 sticky threads, not trying for a third.

Movies with BASS thread takes alot of my time. So thank you for your support and to all the others who keep bumping this thread.

ps. all the links in this thread are in my other 101 "stickied" thread. You do the math.

No problem. I figured I'd give some props...they're certainly due! And as for keeping your threads visible, that shouldn't be an issue, either. You keep making 'em, I'll keep bumping 'em .
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Originally Posted by lalakersfan34 View Post

No problem. I figured I'd give some props...they're certainly due! And as for keeping your threads visible, that shouldn't be an issue, either. You keep making 'em, I'll keep bumping 'em .

thanks for the bumpage
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Bump...

Think this will be the first thread with more bumps than actual content.
post #70 of 112
If you're getting this many bumps with no actual content, maybe a sticky isn't as useful as a thread lock. =\\

Greg
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always open to new content,

beggars cant be choosers?

dont bite the hand that feeds you?
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If you're getting this many bumps with no actual content, maybe a sticky isn't as useful as a thread lock. =\\

Greg

so many bumps b/c for whatever reason this thread still has not been made a sticky

STICKY ALREADY!
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Originally Posted by hammong View Post

If you're getting this many bumps with no actual content, maybe a sticky isn't as useful as a thread lock. =\\

Greg

To me, the first couple posts of this thread are gold. Dr. Pain has put together a comprehensive listing of various links concerning subwoofer set up. There are many forum members who have questions about subwoofer setup, which is why several of us have tried to keep this thread in the first page.

A thread lock would send this thread to obscurity, which IMHO would be a shame. However, if this this thread was stickied, then all the bumps and useless posts should be deleted.

-J
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Originally Posted by kevinjs123 View Post

so many bumps b/c for whatever reason this thread still has not been made a sticky

STICKY ALREADY!

it will never become a sticky, a mod has already confirmed this

so the bumpage continues....
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Fixed some dead links
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Originally Posted by DrPainMD View Post

it will never become a sticky, a mod has already confirmed this

so the bumpage continues....

That's a bummer. Being a newbie, I found your links very helpful in my a/v setups.
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Originally Posted by bamiao View Post

That's a bummer. Being a newbie, I found your links very helpful in my a/v setups.

I'm glad that this thread helped you out.
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Thanks for continuing to update this thread, despite not being a sticky...
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Please Help. I hooked up a onkyo705 with surround with no trouble and a buuddy had a infinity ps-12 to give me so I read your post and hooked up the pre-out to the left or right rca jack and it works just fine on cds, dvds But there is something really wierd. It works with the radio stations too, all but three popular stations, those three are highly static and one static's so much that theres nothing but static and no music at all but if I turn the sub off they instantly become crystal clear or if I turn on the sub and unplug the jack it clears up and when I slowly move towards the sub's jack with the jack from the receiver it starts to satatic before I even plug it in. I don't think it's a loop problem because it only does it on 3 radio stations and nothing else.
Can You Help. Pleeeeeease.
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Ok I figured I'll ask and hopefully someone can help,if not then I at least asked I am hoping someone can help me set up my Caliber with REW. I have it I think where it is the best so far but would need to use REW in order to get it where it should be. I know I know I should read the Wizard web site (forum) I did but it's going right over my head I was hoping I could get someone who lives in Arizona with this program to come over and help a friend out and help me optimize my system(or sub).
I have a 3808 with 5 speakers,here is a pic if your curious.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/26517849@N04/2487898532/
post #82 of 112
Rob, Check out the Home Theater Shack with help on REW.
post #83 of 112
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you can also check AVS for help with REW

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=529224
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bump bumpy
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Originally Posted by DrPainMD View Post

bump bumpy

I stayed in a Holiday Inn last night.... bump
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Added:

Subwoofer Setup, Placement and Theories

HSU - Calibrate A Sub With A HSU MBM-12 Mid Bass Module By Cyberbri
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Originally Posted by DrPainMD View Post

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Subwoofer Setup, Placement and Theories

HSU - Calibrate A Sub With A HSU MBM-12 Mid Bass Module

Dr. Pain I have a question for you. When I put my sub in the listening position and then "crawl for bass", should I move all furniture out of the room or will it matter if the couch is still in the room?
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Originally Posted by stepyourgameup View Post

Dr. Pain I have a question for you. When I put my sub in the listening position and then "crawl for bass", should I move all furniture out of the room or will it matter if the couch is still in the room?

With the exception of your subwoofer, everything else should remain in the same place.
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Originally Posted by jhan1000 View Post

With the exception of your subwoofer, everything else should remain in the same place.

well, I have to move the couch to put the sub in the listening position.
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