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Time for my "annual-anti-archive-bump" . Actually a few improvements and tweaks.

1) Replaced my old cheap Auru basshakers (powered by an old AVR). Now running some Clark transducers, and am powering them with an INUKE dsp amp, am using the dsp settings to try and tune some realism into the shakers.

2) And if Santa brings me some parts-express bucks; I will probably buy some 18" drivers for a new sub-woofer project

That's what's "shaking here"
Good Day,

I have been reading up on Tactile Transducers and am considering a Clark or Aura Pro. I read in a different thread that you were able to get tactile feedback out of the Clark starting at 17Hz, but with the Aura, starting at 35Hz. Are you still impressed with the Clark? Can you truly feel 20Hz from the Clark? Was it worth the increase in price. (I think it is around 3x the price of the Aura).

I have a pair of GoldenEar Triton 3s and they start to roll off around 25Hz or so. My goal is to compliment the Tritons and feel the impact of 30Hz and down. Will a Clark accomplish this?
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The Clarks will give you solid impact to 20 and high teens. Below 17hz it rolls off FAST.
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Thread Update Bump

Just a quick update (and a small surge of up-grade-itis). I hope to add a few photos during the labor day weekend to illustrate my latest annual upgrade task. Hint; it involves, my back row, 18" drivers, and some sawdust

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Just a quick update (and a small surge of up-grade-itis). I hope to add a few photos during the labor day weekend to illustrate my latest annual upgrade task. Hint; it involves, my back row, 18" drivers, and some sawdust
Me likey the teaser lots!! Looking forward to seeing whats been going on. While I don't need to upgrade anything, I have been lurking on the Epson threads reading up on their new faux 4k pj's and some new offerings coming from Rythmik subs. However the upgrade budget is very thin as most (if not all) of my disposable $$$ is funneled to West Lafayette to support the Gold and Black.

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Me likey the teaser lots!! Looking forward to seeing whats been going on. While I don't need to upgrade anything, I have been lurking on the Epson threads reading up on their new faux 4k pj's and some new offerings coming from Rythmik subs. However the upgrade budget is very thin as most (if not all) of my disposable $$$ is funneled to West Lafayette to support the Gold and Black.

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I'm thinking I have left this teaser ^^ hanging long enough.
Here's a link to the current "multi-purpose" upgrade.

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I'm thinking I have left this teaser ^^ hanging long enough.
Here's a link to the current "multi-purpose" upgrade.
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rinbozo - Thanks!
I hope to have it fired up in about 2 weeks

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rinbozo - Thanks!
I hope to have it fired up in about 2 weeks
Craig,

Good on ya for taking on a new project, other than tiring yourself out from sending all your excess funds in a private armored car to West Lafayette!

Now, for the benefit of us (i.e. me) who aren't familiar with VBB Shakers, what exactly is it that you're building? Some sort of combination butt shaker/bass echo chamber/dance floor/hockey rink?

Inquiring (but clueless) minds want to know ...

hanes

P.S. I wanted to leave you a wise ass photo as well, but sometime during my long phases of inactivity here Photobucket has apparently "updated" something that leaves me unable to access my photos. So instead of pictures I guess I'll have to write a thousand words. Or not.

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Hanes,

Thanks for stopping by - good to hear from you! Hope this finds all is well for you and your gang

One quick correction;
My excess funds go to Iowa State. You know, as you go about 200miles south on I35, that area known as God's country .
RT is the West Lafayette guy.

As for a Value Buster Butt Shaker - To be honest I am not 100% certain what it will do when finished, might get me evicted from my own house...
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Thanks for stopping by - good to hear from you! Hope this finds all is well for you and your gang

One quick correction;
My excess funds go to Iowa State. You know, as you go about 200miles south on I35, that area known as God's country .
RT is the West Lafayette guy.

As for a Value Buster Butt Shaker - To be honest I am not 100% certain what it will do when finished, might get me evicted from my own house...
Awww.....now cut Hanes a break, a guy his age is just lucky to be able to type without getting winded. He is suffering from CRS, but then again I catch myself with CRS as well.

Speaking of armored cars, in four more years I will have that bad boy making deliveries to my house vs. West Lafayette. Can someone say HT v 2.0?

It might be quite the commute for you Craig, but if you get evicted I have a couple of spare rooms at my house now that Mrs. RTROSE and I are empty nesters. The only request is you bring all of your HT gear with you.

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RT,

Too funny !!

welcome to the empty nester club !! My oldest 31 is finally engaged, and the youngest will graduate in May from ISU, just one more tuition check (I hope).

If this VBBS turns out badly, that will be me in your doorstep ;-)

As for Hanes - he gets a free pass - I do agree with your assessment.

Side note; I am one of the lucky few to have had the honor to meet him, and tip a few on one of my used equip. road trip buying binges. I have a feeling that Hanes is lurking here because he is dreaming about HT2 ...?
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Iowa, Indiana, Illinois ... all these southern "I" states seem the same to us Tundra-dwellers!





But thanks for cutting me some slack. A guy can never get too much slack cut, is what my old man used to say. Or something like that. As for HT2 -



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Nick ^^ I guess in this case it's a 4-letter thing

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This is primarily a selfish bump to stay our of the archives. With a mention of recent updates

Upgraded my Denon 4311 to a Denon 4100X to accommodate ATMOS
Then re-purposed my ceiling mount rear sounds, and added to more ceiling speakers forward of my seating area.
After purchasing a 2nd used Marantz MM9000, I know have a 5.3.4 ATMOS setup, and enough external amps to power 2 remote zones

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This is primarily a selfish bump to stay our of the archives. With a mention of recent updates

Upgraded my Denon 4311 to a Denon 4100X to accommodate ATMOS
Then re-purposed my ceiling mount rear sounds, and added to more ceiling speakers forward of my seating area.
After purchasing a 2nd used Marantz MM9000, I know have a 5.3.4 ATMOS setup, and enough external amps to power 2 remote zones

End of selfish bump
Pics or it's just empty words!

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Pics or it's just empty words!

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I've been busted by RT
Will need to capture some photos and share soon...

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OK a few modest proof of progress photos:

I had to pull some wire from the EQ rack thru my ceiling to add a pair of front top speakers for my ATMOS expansion to 5.3.4 from 7.3 (I re-purposed my ceiling mounted rear surrounds and they are now reconfigured in my setup as rear LR overheads)
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^^^^^^Nice!!

Proof is in the puddin' er ah photos!

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So; With my final amplifier configuration in place (added another external Marantz 5 ch. Amp) >>> I have FINALLY cleaned up my eq. closet wiring, and therefore deem my space "finished", I know the word finished runs contrary to conventional thinking in these parts.

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So; With my final amplifier configuration in place (added another external Marantz 5 ch. Amp) >>> I have FINALLY cleaned up my eq. closet wiring, and therefore deem my space "finished", I know the word finished runs contrary to conventional thinking in these parts.

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Not much new this past 6 months, lots of work demands have been putting my favorite hobby on hold

However; I am tinkering with some ideas, streaming, perhaps ripping my BR collection to NAS, viewing via PLEX solution ....??
If nothing else, perhaps some items for my Santa list.
( a bit worried this idea-tinkering will start me down the "HTPC rabbit-hole")
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Not much new this past 6 months, lots of work demands have been putting my favorite hobby on hold

However; I am tinkering with some ideas, streaming, perhaps ripping my BR collection to NAS, viewing via PLEX solution ....??
If nothing else, perhaps some items for my Santa list.
( a bit worried this idea-tinkering will start me down the "HTPC rabbit-hole")
Once you start a movie and it just starts, no forced trailers, no DVD menus, no agency warnings, just movie... You'll never go back. It's also a huge boon for TV shows. It also means that I can have all of my movie boxes packed away somewhere. Getting the collection ripped can be a slightly boring task, but to me it's definitely worth it.

I read through your build a while ago, btw, while I was still in lurker mode. I really enjoyed it, and I think you've got a great space!
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Once you start a movie and it just starts, no forced trailers, no DVD menus, no agency warnings, just movie... You'll never go back. It's also a huge boon for TV shows. It also means that I can have all of my movie boxes packed away somewhere. Getting the collection ripped can be a slightly boring task, but to me it's definitely worth it.

I read through your build a while ago, btw, while I was still in lurker mode. I really enjoyed it, and I think you've got a great space!
Cyber,

Hey thanks for the kind words, and the encouragement to start ripping and storing my collection.
A question for you; Could you tell me which software applications you would recommend, and in what sequence you would use these. (I know there are many options, and in searching some of the threads, I found myself getting a bit overwhelmed)

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Hey thanks for the kind words, and the encouragement to start ripping and storing my collection.
A question for you; Could you tell me which software applications you would recommend, and in what sequence you would use these. (I know there are many options, and in searching some of the threads, I found myself getting a bit overwhelmed)
I rip my collection losslessly, which takes up more room but is bit-for-bit perfect with what was on the disc. If that's what you're going for, MakeMKV should be your one-stop-shop. I can't sing the praises of that program enough. It will rip and decrypt the movie and wrap things up in a Matroska (.mkv) container, and even include things like multiple audio streams and all of the chapter stops. Figure about 30GB per movie on average for standard blu-ray. 4K isn't rippable yet, really.

If you want to recompress them to take up less room, you'll have to ask around since I'm not too familiar with them.

You have a few options for playing back your movies (I'm assuming you have a Windows PC here). You could get by with something like Windows Media Player if you install a codec pack like K-lite or CCCP (a name which gave my father in law some pause, lol). Or you could use one with a fancy home theater-friendly front end, like Plex or Kodi. I personally use Kodi, but if you go that route make sure you only get it from the official Kodi website. Way too many people are trying to publish versions that have a bunch of piracy plugins installed, it's a real problem for the team.

You have a few different options as far as accessing the movie. Really though it comes down to two: a HDD attached directly to a PC in your home theater, or on a different computer elsewhere (which could be just a NAS - essentially a HDD in a box) on your house network that is accessible to all of your computers. If you have no need for the second scenario, or just want to start out simple, go for the first approach. I started with an external HDD plugged into my HTPC, and was happy that way for years.

That's a very quick crash course. One thing to take away is that it's a scalable problem: you can make it less complicated at the start by just attaching a HDD to your computer and ripping losslessly, and then grow into more complexity if you need to. Grab a copy of MakeMKV, which has a free 30-day fully-featured trial. Rip your first movie and get it playing back before moving on to others. Maybe install Kodi, or Plex. See how you like it.

I'll be happy to answer any questions, and I'm sure other people around here have different insight or are more knowledgeable than me.
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Cyber,
Excellent crash-short course, exactly what I was hoping for!
I'm sure I will be back looking for more advice/help a bit later, Thanks!

Smaks,
Good to see an old acquaintance jumping in here ;-)

Wishing everyone a great Thanksgiving !!
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You are still around? Figured you would have all of this HT stuff buttoned up and too busy watching! I have been hesitant to do the ripping/HTPC thing but the way Cyber describes it, actually make me very curious now about that option. Would be very nice to just pick a movie and not have to go through all the "crap". :-)

Happy Thanksgiving (late) and Merry Christmas (early)!

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I have been hesitant to do the ripping/HTPC thing but the way Cyber describes it, actually make me very curious now about that option. Would be very nice to just pick a movie and not have to go through all the "crap". :-)
Hey RT! At the risk of hijacking CuznEddy's thread, just fire away with any questions you have. I'm happy to help out in any place that I have some knowledge. ...And it's totally not a hijack if it's a topic that Cuz is currently pursuing, right?

Also, pleased to make your acquaintance. You've been a fixture of many of the epic build threads I've read around here over the years.
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