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post #31 of 38
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That's great,
And room size? including height? openings to other rooms?

height 6,7 aprox

the room has a big window that is next to street.. attach some pics

IMG_2035.JPG 1650k .JPG file

Captura de pantalla 2012-08-12 a la(s) 621.jpg 156k .jpg file


Seating Distance 9,8 feet aprox
post #32 of 38
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height 6,7 aprox
the room has a big window that is next to street.. attach some pics
IMG_2035.JPG 1650k .JPG file
Captura de pantalla 2012-08-12 a la(s) 621.jpg 156k .jpg file
Seating Distance 9,8 feet aprox

lol. tv upgrade time.
post #33 of 38
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height 6,7 aprox
the room has a big window that is next to street.. attach some pics
IMG_2035.JPG 1650k .JPG file
Captura de pantalla 2012-08-12 a la(s) 621.jpg 156k .jpg file
Seating Distance 9,8 feet aprox

lol. tv upgrade time.

wow have not realized that... it is almost a new Sony 3D 42 EX, to which??
post #34 of 38
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height 6,7 aprox
the room has a big window that is next to street.. attach some pics
IMG_2035.JPG 1650k .JPG file
Captura de pantalla 2012-08-12 a la(s) 621.jpg 156k .jpg file
Seating Distance 9,8 feet aprox

lol. tv upgrade time.

wow have not realized that... it is almost a new Sony 3D 42 EX, to which??

I was just pointing out it looks like your audio is outgrowing your video. But if you get the itch, a 50/51 in. plasma or 55 in. lcd looks like it will fill that wall nicely. Lol.

butter and jelly please.
post #35 of 38
wow that doesn't look like a 42"... maybe I'm not seeing it right... hard to tell from that pic... but let's wind it back a notch... your main issue is audio...
Those speakers look fine, the Rythmik will suit you well... If after you have your new gear set up and still feel like you need more, then we'll chat more. Just set up what you've already ordered, and then see what you aren't happy with. Then we will make suggestions... It's easy for other people, myself included, to spend your money. Note, I havn't mentioned what I have or like... what matters is what you have, what you like, etc...
slow down, take it in steps.
Joseph
post #36 of 38
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I would hold off on separate amps until after you've heard what you've already ordered can actually do in your room. You may find, I suspect, that your Onkyo 805 will power them just fine,

Yep. And if you still want more volume and surrounds with bigger drivers, the other route to go would be to update your front L/R/C to ones with better sensitivity and move your current L/R to the rear. Getting new speakers is always more fun than new amps smile.gif
post #37 of 38
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I would hold off on separate amps until after you've heard what you've already ordered can actually do in your room. You may find, I suspect, that your Onkyo 805 will power them just fine,

Yep. And if you still want more volume and surrounds with bigger drivers, the other route to go would be to update your front L/R/C to ones with better sensitivity and move your current L/R to the rear. Getting new speakers is always more fun than new amps smile.gif

To be honest I thought that my Aperion Speakers were in the top... I know there are others but in a totally insane price tag, but honestly, Aperion seem to be a really good speakers.... I never thought on changing the L/F/C speakers before the surrounds... am I that wrong then?
post #38 of 38
Certainly, Asperion have a good reputation. But three Outlaw Audio monoblocks will run you over $1000. For that or a little more, I would think you'd be able to find a pair of towers and a center that would sound a little better, but also with higher sensitivity to increase the SPL output using just the receiver you have. The Intimus 5Bs have a sensitivity rating of 87db. Shouldn't be hard to find some towers with over 90db sensitivity.
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