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Originally Posted by caloyzki View Post

thanks.

come on guys please be kind to the rook. smile.gif
thanks.
Rook? You have 935 posts since 2010. Your days of being treated like a virgin have long since passed. rolleyes.gif
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Originally Posted by cel4145 View Post

I hope no one gets upset over good natured ribbing over being old school

There's good nature ribbing and there's intentionally malicious needling and there's no doubt the intent of either.

The difference, if it's good natured and the intent is obviously misunderstood, the author will quickly follow up with a sincere, unsolicited apology and if intentionally malicious, there will only be the sound of crickets.

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Edited by BeeMan458 - 4/9/13 at 8:24am
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Originally Posted by BeeMan458 View Post

There's good nature ribbing and there's intentionally malicious needling and there's no doubt the intent of either.

The difference, if it's good natured and the intent is obviously misunderstood, the author will quickly follow up with a sincere, unsolicited apology and if intentionally malicious, there will only be the sound of crickets.

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Go back and read my first comment that was followed by a wink and a smile, which was in response to your comment that had a stick out tongue at the end, which I took to be the friendly stick out tongue, not the rude usage.

So if your post was meant to be good natured, I don't know how you would interpret mine differently if you are an "old school" Internet forum user. My emoticon usage was much less ambiguous than your stick out the tongue usage. A wink and a smile is DEFINITELY a sign of good natured intentions. I am NOT going to apologize because either (a) you overreacted or (b) you don't understand emoticon usage like an "old school" school Internet user, or for that matter, like most new school Internet forum users.

And if your post I responded to wasn't in the spirit of fun and friendliness, well, sorry for attributing you with good intentions rolleyes.gif
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On a lighter note, I ordered one yesterday and I'm gonna read the owners manual first thing. Wait, no I'm not...I'm just gonna hook it up and enjoy it through the old trial and error til I like it.

It's okay to ask for help some, but no one can tell you everything to make it perfect in your environment. Trial and error goes a long way and also facilitates learning as a bonus.
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Originally Posted by thatguyhileman View Post

On a lighter note, I ordered one yesterday and I'm gonna read the owners manual first thing. Wait, no I'm not...I'm just gonna hook it up and enjoy it through the old trial and error til I like it.

It's okay to ask for help some, but no one can tell you everything to make it perfect in your environment. Trial and error goes a long way and also facilitates learning as a bonus.
+1
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On a lighter note, I ordered one yesterday and I'm gonna read the owners manual first thing. Wait, no I'm not...I'm just gonna hook it up and enjoy it through the old trial and error til I like it.
Whoa, for a moment there you almost lost your "man card"! eek.gifwink.gif
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It's okay to ask for help some, but no one can tell you everything to make it perfect in your environment. Trial and error goes a long way and also facilitates learning as a bonus.
Well said. smile.gif
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the box is so big! whoa! i dont know how this sub will fit on my small living romm mad.gif

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Originally Posted by cel4145 View Post

And if your post I responded to wasn't in the spirit of fun and friendliness, well, sorry for attributing you with good intentions rolleyes.gif

As life fast spins out of control and the derailment of the thread continues over a humorous personal comment about my being old school, all over hand-toggling the on/off switch of the RW-12d vs use of the auto-on feature.

(all of my comments are meant with good intentions)

Well, back to Klipsch and the RW-12d.

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Originally Posted by caloyzki View Post

the box is so big! whoa! i dont know how this sub will fit on my small living romm mad.gif

It's much smaller in person as you're dealing with a shipping box and inside the shipping box is padding and the product box, which also has protective padding inside and by the time you've dug through all the packing, you come across a very nice sized subwoofer.

A suggestion, if you haven't already, when the product box is opened, to protect the front plastic grill from lifting stress, turn the open box over and lift the box off the subwoofer as opposed to lifting the subwoofer out of the box.

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Edited by BeeMan458 - 4/9/13 at 11:18am
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BeeMan, I think you should consider another sub or two, suspended from the ceiling.
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Originally Posted by cel4145 View Post

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Originally Posted by BeeMan458 View Post

Reads like some here haven't a clue what "old school" means and it also reads like some don't realize how long ago online forums became the norm.

Does being old school involve memory loss? wink.gif Early web-based forums that are the ancestors of this forum didn't begin until the mid to late 1990s. USENET existed before that, but it was hardly "the norm" except for maybe techno geeks. Of course if that's what you are referring to, you can still go back to USENET if you are truly being "old school" wink.gif

Or fidonet. I used to route netmail and echomail.
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Don't forget the port is downward-firing, so they would need to be upside-down.

Good thing he can use the Harmony remote to turn them on and off.

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Originally Posted by BeeMan458 View Post

As life fast spins out of control and the derailment of the thread continues over a humorous personal comment about my being old school, all over hand-toggling the on/off switch of the RW-12d vs use of the auto-on feature.

(all of my comments are meant with good intentions)

Well, back to Klipsch and the RW-12d.
It's much smaller in person as you're dealing with a shipping box and inside the shipping box is padding and the product box, which also has protective padding inside and by the time you've dug through all the packing, you come across a very nice sized subwoofer.

A suggestion, if you haven't already, when the product box is opened, to protect the front plastic grill from lifting stress, turn the open box over and lift the box off the subwoofer as opposed to lifting the subwoofer out of the box.

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havent open yet. when i get home tonight i will do that, and thanks for the tip. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by sivadselim View Post

BeeMan, I think you should consider another sub or two, suspended from the ceiling.

If I could get past the WAF, I'd take you up on that suggestion as a fourth sub is looking mighty tempting. biggrin.gif

"Please honey, it followed me home."
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Originally Posted by BeeMan458 View Post

As life fast spins out of control and the derailment of the thread continues over a humorous personal comment about my being old school, all over hand-toggling the on/off switch of the RW-12d vs use of the auto-on feature.

(all of my comments are meant with good intentions)

Perhaps in the future you could also attribute good intentions to others in their posts, instead of overreacting and piloting the thread into a tail spin. cool.gif
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Originally Posted by caloyzki View Post

havent open yet. when i get home tonight i will do that, and thanks for the tip. wink.gif
I have to ask. Why were you wondering what button to turn off in the back before you run Audyssey if you havent even opened the box yet?
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Originally Posted by cel4145 View Post

Perhaps in the future you could also attribute good intentions to others in their posts, instead of overreacting and piloting the thread into a tail spin. cool.gif

LOL

I will think the best of others.

I'm sorry I over reacted.

You didn't do anything wrong.

I was a bad person.

I was wrong.

I will pull back on the stick.

I am sorry for my transgressions.

Back to Klipsch, RW-12d.
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Originally Posted by Bond 007 View Post

I have to ask. Why were you wondering what button to turn off in the back before you run Audyssey if you havent even opened the box yet?
when they delivered it today o am already here at work, so i am assuming klipsch sub back still the same with my dayton with all the knobs that can adjust it from there. but i just saw the back picture of the rw 12d, and there is no knobs in there only on and off, and socket where to put the rca, and i assume either on of the rca i cant put the rca cable right?
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Originally Posted by caloyzki View Post

when they delivered it today o am already here at work, so i am assuming klipsch sub back still the same with my dayton with all the knobs that can adjust it from there. but i just saw the back picture of the rw 12d, and there is no knobs in there only on and off, and socket where to put the rca, and i assume either on of the rca i cant put the rca cable right?
Yes.
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Originally Posted by caloyzki View Post

the box is so big! whoa! i dont know how this sub will fit on my small living romm mad.gif


Got mine too. Everyone, including me was scared of what I ordered that was so FREAKING huge.
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Originally Posted by BeeMan458 View Post

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A suggestion, if you haven't already, when the product box is opened, to protect the front plastic grill from lifting stress, turn the open box over and lift the box off the subwoofer as opposed to lifting the subwoofer out of the box.

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did exactly that...not to protect the sub, but to protect my back, and my toes in case it slipped ..lol
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Originally Posted by chikoo View Post

did exactly that...not to protect the sub, but to protect my back, and my toes in case it slipped ..lol

Yes. It's a whole lot easier on the back when rolling the box over in this fashion.

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Edited by BeeMan458 - 4/9/13 at 1:14pm
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Originally Posted by caloyzki View Post

the box is so big! whoa! i dont know how this sub will fit on my small living romm mad.gif


Got mine too. Everyone, including me was scared of what I ordered that was so FREAKING huge.

You've got to see when a really large sub arrives! When my Empire came, it was strapped to it's own pallet and the outer box was pretty dang big, too. At least with the Klipsch you can pick it up and move it around easily enough, even carry it downstairs. The Empire weighs more about 120 lbs unpacked so that's not much of an option...it goes where you can slide it unless you have some willing labor wink.gif The unpacking final step by lifting the box off is indeed the way to go....
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Originally Posted by eljaycanuck View Post

First thing I'd do is read the owner's manual... smile.gif

- Volume to 50% (to start)
- EQ Mode to "Flat"
- Lowpass to "Lowpass OFF LFE Mode"
- Phase to 0°
How to get the volume to 50%? Is that 0db?
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How to get the volume to 50%? Is that 0db?
The Volume display appears to run from no bars to a full line of bars. I'd start with the Volume set to half a line (50%) of bars.
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Originally Posted by eljaycanuck View Post

The Volume display appears to run from no bars to a full line of bars. I'd start with the Volume set to half a line (50%) of bars.
Thats -15 db? 50% volume i aasume?
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Thats -15 db? 50% volume i aasume?
Dunno. If your sub had a volume knob that went from 7 o'clock to 5 o'clock, I tell you to set the knob to "noon". Since your sub has a line of bars, start with half a line of bars.


(Edited pic from the owner's manual.)

Then:
1. Run one cycle (all speakers + sub at the first position) of Audyssey.
2. Run "Calculate" and check the results.
3. If the sub level in the AVR's speaker set-up menu is too low, lower the Volume on the sub; if it's too high, raise the Volume on the sub.
4. Repeat steps 1-3 as required, then run a full set of cycles (all speakers + sub at all positions) of Audyssey.
5. Set all speakers to "small", adjust the crossover if/as required, and tweak if/as desired.
Edited by eljaycanuck - 4/9/13 at 4:08pm
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Originally Posted by caloyzki View Post

Thats -15 db? 50% volume i aasume?
eljay doesnt own one apparently so he/she isnt going to be much help there. Start at -15.
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3. If the sub level in the AVR's speaker set-up menu is too low, lower the Volume on the sub; if it's too high, raise the Volume on the sub.
I thought I would add to this on the Denon AVR's after calculation the too low would be anything close to -12 the too high would be +12 (the max avr adjuments) I tried to get mine within +/- 3 that prob doesn't matter as long as you are not hitting the max adjustment or too close to play with that gain some. I also went up on the Aud setting by +3 since I Like It Hot and old school cool.gif

4. Repeat steps 1-3 as required, then run a full set of cycles (all speakers + sub at all positions) of Audyssey.
5. Set all speakers to "small", adjust the crossover if/as required, and tweak if/as desired.[/quote]
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Originally Posted by eljaycanuck View Post

Dunno. If your sub had a volume knob that went from 7 o'clock to 5 o'clock, I tell you to set the knob to "noon". Since your sub has a line of bars, start with half a line of bars.


(Edited pic from the owner's manual.)

Then:
1. Run one cycle (all speakers + sub at the first position) of Audyssey.
2. Run "Calculate" and check the results.
3. If the sub level in the AVR's speaker set-up menu is too low, lower the Volume on the sub; if it's too high, raise the Volume on the sub.
4. Repeat steps 1-3 as required, then run a full set of cycles (all speakers + sub at all positions) of Audyssey.
5. Set all speakers to "small", adjust the crossover if/as required, and tweak if/as desired.
Thank you so much! I already run my aud. And here is my set up i hope those 2 subs location is ok. No other place than that. Dayton on the left and rw 12d on the right.
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Does the lcd only lit in blue only when we touch the buttons? Just want to confirmed.
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