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post #31 of 144
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Opinions vary!
There's no anger in my observation of your "JOKE"! I just think the statement was unnecessary, joke or no joke.
But, I do believe that this thread represents the acknowledgement and celebration of a poster's system setup/configuration.
And your admission that you couldn't even afford 1 foot of the speaker cables he's using, makes your statement/inquiry even more ridiculous!

It's one thing to joke, it's another to insult for no apparent reason.

Just be a little more considerate.

Regards.

Thank you!
post #32 of 144
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MY HOME THEATER









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Here is my system....
Amp
krell evo 600 for main sp
krell evo302 x 2 for surr
levinson 334 for center
SP
w/p 8
watch center II
watch surr II X 2 PAIR
JL113X2
projector
JVC HD1
PRE PROCESSOR
CASABLANCA III
PRE STEREO
KRELL EVO 202
CD PLAYER
KRELL EVO 505
BLU-RAY PLAYER
LX-91
post #33 of 144
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REAR SIDE

post #34 of 144
What an enviable system you have. Incredible.

One question, do you have any issues with the subs directly behind your power amps?
post #35 of 144
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What an enviable system you have. Incredible.

One question, do you have any issues with the subs directly behind your power amps?

Thanks btf1980 .Concerning your question ,I did not have problem with the sub location,it works fine. What issues that you are worry ? vibration?
post #36 of 144
You should expose your mains/center....
post #37 of 144
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You should expose your mains/center....

Hello croseiv I will aware of that. but the most bass impact after setting is at the seat at rear.
post #38 of 144
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Hello croseiv I will aware of that. but the most bass impact after setting is at the seat at rear.

I mean I would like to see the speakers without the grilles...
post #39 of 144
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I mean I would like to see the speakers without the grilles...

oop .. sorry for misunderstand .Yes , I should do that.
post #40 of 144
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Originally Posted by Boonyarat View Post

Thanks btf1980 .Concerning your question ,I did not have problem with the sub location,it works fine. What issues that you are worry ? vibration?

Yes, vibrations and it just seems like it might affect the performance of the subs by having things in front of them. Nevertheless, if it works for you, then more power to ya.

I do like you're tastefully done room treatments. Did you do it yourself, or did you have it done professionally?
post #41 of 144
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Yes, vibrations and it just seems like it might affect the performance of the subs by having things in front of them. Nevertheless, if it works for you, then more power to ya.

I do like you're tastefully done room treatments. Did you do it yourself, or did you have it done professionally?

Hello btf1980,If you means acoustic treatment were selected by myself such as ASC sound panel, ceiling type etc. This room has no professional design.
post #42 of 144
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Hello btf1980,If you means acoustic treatment were selected by myself such as ASC sound panel, ceiling type etc. This room has no professional design.

These guys right? http://www.asc-hifi.com
post #43 of 144
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These guys right? http://www.asc-hifi.com

That right.
post #44 of 144
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That right.

They certainly make a difference don't they!
post #45 of 144
That doesn't suck, my Goodness.
post #46 of 144
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They certainly make a difference don't they!

Yes , they did. I can hear more details.
post #47 of 144
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I ended up buying a center stand and moved it forward aligned with the rest of the speakers as you did. I made sure the room treatments in the roof still picked it up and it did.
post #48 of 144
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I ended up buying a center stand and moved it forward aligned with the rest of the speakers as you did. I made sure the room treatments in the roof still picked it up and it did.

Frank, please post your new picture in your thread.
post #49 of 144
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Frank, please post your new picture in your thread.

Will do mate, I just have to wait until kids go to sleep and rerun Audyssey. Silence is the key.
post #50 of 144
Hi Boonyarat,
Fantastic room and system,I like what I see!!
Cheers Victor.
post #51 of 144
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Hi Boonyarat,
Fantastic room and system,I like what I see!!
Cheers Victor.

Thanks victor.
post #52 of 144
I absolutely am in awe of your system!

A one in a million setup.

Enjoy to the max!
post #53 of 144
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I absolutely am in awe of your system!

A one in a million setup.

Enjoy to the max!

Thanks i30krap
post #54 of 144
One word : Heaven!
post #55 of 144
Stunning! I bet the resolution your system possesses is scary!
Cheers.
Steve
post #56 of 144
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Originally Posted by hugo_2_9 View Post

One word : Heaven!

Thanks hugo_2_9.
post #57 of 144
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Stunning! I bet the resolution your system possesses is scary!
Cheers.
Steve

Steve , thanks .
post #58 of 144
Woe!That's one beautiful setup Boonyarat
post #59 of 144
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Woe!That's one beautiful setup Boonyarat

Hello Djoel, thanks.
post #60 of 144
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