They can be found here:
It certainly does look better.
When I went from a soundbar to a 3.1 setup the difference was night and day.
Yes I did re-run the auto-setup routine (which actually works pretty well, when you compare it before-to-after). You get some manual control, but not to the point of crossover points. The voices are more defined, but at the same time more centralized, and what I mean by that is you can now easily tell the voices are coming from way below the TV. In my set-up I have no other choice but to have the speaker located there. The bose was more of a broadcast sound, so it wasnt so easy to disseminate the speaker location with your ears.
So, having switched to the Klipsch with it's larger woofers (and horn/waveguide on the tweeter), you're able to localize the source of the sound a bit easier as compared to the Bose, which probably used 2 smaller "full range" (using the term loosely) drivers.
Dan I love the basement and what you did to it...The only thing I see that could help out is getting a receiver that has atleast two HDMI outputs which would eliminate the splitter, and your extremely losing out on audio going BOSE reason being BOSE does not support audio codecs such as DTS HD and Dolby True HD that the PS4 delivers via blu-ray. P.S. if your looking for a replacement for all those remotes try either for a high end replacement URC Remotes or for a lower end replacement Logitech Harmony Remotes. see ya
TV - Panasonic 60GT50
Source - Pioneer Elite VSX-42
Speakers - Def Tech Promonitor800 L & R, ProCenter 1000, ProSub800
Consoles - Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3
Remote - Harmony 650
Cables - Audioquest Chocolate HDMI's, Sub-X, X2 Speaker Cable and NRG X(Power Cable For TV)
He even didnt make fun of my bose system!
The Thompson Theater
RIP William Alexander
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