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post #2881 of 3367
Hey all, lots of nice speakers listed here....

Main 2ch setup
Clearfield Continentals which were Von Schweikert's when he worked for Counterpoint in the 90s
or
Dynaudio 82s

2nd 2ch setup
JM Labs Tantal 509s

3rd 2ch setup
Polk Monitor 30 Series II

3.1 A/V setup
Paradigm mini sats and old sub
Infinity Beta Center

HT setup
Mains - Dynaudio 82s (swap the Clearfields in and out)
Rears - Dynaudio 42s
Center - Dynaudio 122C
Sub - Mirage Omni 12

I utilize my main 2ch setup while running the HT so Fronts can be the 82s or Continentals, whatever I have in play at the time.

A few pics


post #2882 of 3367
Here are a couple of shots of the man cave:
http://s1261.photobucket.com/albums/...101/?start=all
post #2883 of 3367
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Originally Posted by d_m1010 View Post

Here are a couple of shots of the man cave:
http://s1261.photobucket.com/albums/...101/?start=all

euhh, is that 4 PB12? or 4 PB13?...regardless, still
post #2884 of 3367
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Originally Posted by jproy13 View Post

euhh, is that 4 PB12? or 4 PB13?...regardless, still

lol I have 4 Ultras and 2 Pluses in that room. The Ultras are in the pictures stacked.
post #2885 of 3367
post #2886 of 3367
I've got Magnapan 3.7's. Love em'.

I just wish they had deeper, harder hitting bass. But they do almost every thing else so well, I can't find a suitable replacement for them.
post #2887 of 3367
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Originally Posted by mikaljones View Post

I've got Magnapan 3.7's. Love em'.

I just wish they had deeper, harder hitting bass. But they do almost every thing else so well, I can't find a suitable replacement for them.

Maybe add a sub?
post #2888 of 3367
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Originally Posted by dunan View Post

Maybe add a sub?

Yeah, I've tried that. But it never sounds right to me.
post #2889 of 3367
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Originally Posted by mikaljones View Post

I've got Magnapan 3.7's. Love em'.

I just wish they had deeper, harder hitting bass. But they do almost every thing else so well, I can't find a suitable replacement for them.

I had the same impression when just running the Philharmonic 2s on their own, but with the 2 SVS PB12 Pluses they sound fantastic.
post #2890 of 3367
My set up: stacked pioneer fs51,bi amped. Fs51's back (out of shot) no center, c21 there for looks :-)
eD A5 350 (blown amp) powered by pyle pta1000, controlled by antimode 8033.
Pio 919, oppo 980,panasonic 655 bluray.
Those are cheap walmart bins holding my non red book discs.
acer wmc7 for cds and dvr.
Jon
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post #2891 of 3367
That's an interesting setup! How does the stacked speakers sound??
post #2892 of 3367
I am very happy with the sound. I wish I knew why this works (could out be my room....our maybe it is all in my head!)
post #2893 of 3367
Brain
Denon 3312CI

Heart
Emotiva XPA-3

Eyes & Ears
PS3, XBMC, Asset uPnP, Tversity
Sony 55" KDLHX820

Lungs
Zone 1
Fronts - Polk RTiA9's
Center - Polk CSiA6
Rears - in-wall Polk VS65RT's

Zone 2 (Downstairs)
4 x in-ceiling Polk VS620RT's

iPhone apps control the lot....I'm a 3DHD sloth.
post #2894 of 3367
Let me begin by stating I have always loved music, being new to this about 10 years ago I bought a Sony receiver and speaker package. Later upgrading pieces at a time like any college student. Jump to about 3 years ago I purchased and Onkyo TX-SR806 and 2 Polk VM 30s and a Polk CS20 center with Bose 301 rear and side speakers with Polk PSW505 sub. I have slowly phased out my Bose speakers. I current system has 2 Polk VM30 front 2 Polk rt1000 for side 2 Polk rt800 for my rear, CS20 center, polk psw505 sub. I purchased the vm30 for the design and clarity like most other owner you need a good sub to go with it. So I connected a small 150 watt Polk sub to the vm30 via the speaker wire from the receiver then it goes to the vm30 to "create" full band front speakers.
My question is as follows I have a Polk cs400 center would sound better with my system?
I also have another set of Polk rt1000 in my bedroom with Polk rt/ fx surround powered by my onkyo TX-SR606 the cs400 is from the bedroom where sound isn't as important.
I was also considering moving the vm30 with the small sub to the bedroom and moving the rt1000 to my living room. So my living would then have 4 rt1000 and 2 rt800 stil not sure which center the 20 or 400.
I think my living room would then be a bit low end heavy.
I welcome any and all suggestions.
Thank you in advance.
post #2895 of 3367
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Originally Posted by deepc5 View Post

Let me begin by stating I have always loved music, being new to this about 10 years ago I bought a Sony receiver and speaker package. Later upgrading pieces at a time like any college student. Jump to about 3 years ago I purchased and Onkyo TX-SR806 and 2 Polk VM 30s and a Polk CS20 center with Bose 301 rear and side speakers with Polk PSW505 sub. I have slowly phased out my Bose speakers. I current system has 2 Polk VM30 front 2 Polk rt1000 for side 2 Polk rt800 for my rear, CS20 center, polk psw505 sub. I purchased the vm30 for the design and clarity like most other owner you need a good sub to go with it. So I connected a small 150 watt Polk sub to the vm30 via the speaker wire from the receiver then it goes to the vm30 to "create" full band front speakers.
My question is as follows I have a Polk cs400 center would sound better with my system?
I also have another set of Polk rt1000 in my bedroom with Polk rt/ fx surround powered by my onkyo TX-SR606 the cs400 is from the bedroom where sound isn't as important.
I was also considering moving the vm30 with the small sub to the bedroom and moving the rt1000 to my living room. So my living would then have 4 rt1000 and 2 rt800 stil not sure which center the 20 or 400.
I think my living room would then be a bit low end heavy.
I welcome any and all suggestions.
Thank you in advance.

Wrong thread my friend. You'll want to post this in the speaker section, this thread is to show off systems.
post #2896 of 3367
Hey guys, just bought new speakers so figured I'd join the party!



JM Labs Focal Electra 1038Be II and CC1008Be II.
post #2897 of 3367
What are you powering those with?
post #2898 of 3367
Quote:
Originally Posted by AuralXTC View Post

Hey guys, just bought new speakers so figured I'd join the party!

JM Labs Focal Electra 1038Be II and CC1008Be II.

Very nice!
post #2899 of 3367
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Originally Posted by d_m1010 View Post

What are you powering those with?

Arcam AVR600, which does a damn-fine job. I will most likely be adding amps down the road, though.

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Originally Posted by dunan View Post

Very nice!

Thanks!
post #2900 of 3367
Cool. Lookin' good.

I have all Emotiva amps for my Focals and they sound fantastic.
post #2901 of 3367
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Originally Posted by d_m1010 View Post

Cool. Lookin' good.

I have all Emotiva amps for my Focals and they sound fantastic.

Thanks!

Curious as to which Focal speakers you are driving with Emotiva, and with which Emotiva amps you are driving them?
post #2902 of 3367
4x VP2520
post #2903 of 3367
Quote:
Originally Posted by AuralXTC View Post

Thanks!

Curious as to which Focal speakers you are driving with Emotiva, and with which Emotiva amps you are driving them?

I have the Electra 920s, 905s, and SR30s. The Emotiva amps are 2 x XPA-1s, an XPA-2, and a XPA-3.
post #2904 of 3367
Ive done a few changes myself heres my setup.

All Definitive Technology
Samsung 55'' 3D Led
Onkyo TX-NR 1007 (receiver)
BP3000TL's (mains)
CLR3000 (center)
BP3000TL"s (surrounds)
BPVX's (rear surrounds)
PM1000's (front heights)
(2) SVS 16-46 cylinder subs
Emotiva XPA5
Samson SX1200 (powering SVS subs)
Artcessories clean box pro (SVS subs)
Panamax 5100EX (conditioner)
Panasonic dmp-bdt350 3D Bluray player
Toshiba HDA35 Bluray player
XBOX 360
Miterminator 4 cabels
WII


I took out my SVS PB12-NSD sub..........its for sale
I figured with 4 (18'' subs and 2 (12'') I didnt need it....lol
post #2905 of 3367
AVR Yamaha RX-667
HK3490 MONITOR 40's as mains
QSC GX-5 MONITOR 70'S as mains
QSC GX-3 CS2
PSW-505 Dual
Behringer DI-4000 -10dBv to +4dBu
Bose InWall-Surrounds
Rears Coming soon







I will post pix of my 2nd systems soon.
post #2906 of 3367
Nothing yet That's why I'm here, to get idea's. Will post a quick thread later on today when my post count gets up haha
post #2907 of 3367
I just recently got my Klipsch system all set up. I'm loving it so far =^)

Fronts-RF-82 II
Center-RC-62 II
Surround-RS-62 II
Rear surround-RB-81 II
Sub - SW-115
AVR - Onkyo TX-SR706



post #2908 of 3367
Quote:
Originally Posted by djsoular@hotmail View Post

I just recently got my Klipsch system all set up. I'm loving it so far =^)

Fronts-RF-82 II
Center-RC-62 II
Surround-RS-62 II
Rear surround-RB-81 II
Sub - SW-115
AVR - Onkyo TX-SR706

Nice setup dude.
post #2909 of 3367
Quote:
Originally Posted by djsoular@hotmail View Post

I just recently got my Klipsch system all set up. I'm loving it so far =^)

Fronts-RF-82 II
Center-RC-62 II
Surround-RS-62 II
Rear surround-RB-81 II
Sub - SW-115
AVR - Onkyo TX-SR706

Very nice!! Props for having your center at the proper height (you did better then me on that) and for not having your Onkyo in the cabinet so it can breathe

Looks great.

cheers
post #2910 of 3367
Thanks guys, I appreciate the compliments =^)

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Originally Posted by jproy13 View Post

Very nice!! Props for having your center at the proper height (you did better then me on that) and for not having your Onkyo in the cabinet so it can breathe

Looks great.

cheers

We got lucky with the center channel since our TV stand is the perfect height. All of that stuff used to be on the inside of the cabinet, but since we put the TV on the wall I was able to put it all on top which made me happy. We always had to have all the doors open for air circulation and it was also a pain with our harmony remote having to try to point it, now it works perfectly and no more heat worries (plus it's out of my kid's reach =^).
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