, serenading the neighbor hood, using an onkyo 160 (my last undead onkyo!) to drive the bash 300 (at about 3/4 gain) from my older laptop
sampled some Led Zepp, billy Idol, Hendrix, Great White, Cher ,Depech Mode, Pink Floyd "One of these days" but
from my ambient collection a group " A Positive Life, a cut called "Pleidean Communication" with awesomely synthesized LFE
and the opening from the acoustic Easgles "Hotel California" with that colossally miked drum in the beginning, which I've had the pleasure to hear live
as for my enclosed front patio being way too close to the freeway, well, I didn't hear the freeway for awhile
Since i'm pretty sure I have to replace the 818, hopefully with a denon x4000, I've opted to "simplfy" finish on MAX to mostly flat black , save a few bucks and hours
weight wise, search on the web says a 3/4 sheet of plywood can be , depending on type, 60 to 90+ lbs. so I don't have much left over from about 4 and 1/2 sheets plus the UXL weighs 60-ish, so conservatively 300 lbs. that's why Dolly was born. lets me park it where I need it to be for listening or finishing.
And I too wonder what its gonna repsond like once there's some actual room gain . . .break out the REW and a few cuts, blu-rays, downloaded, something called "new classic dub" by a contributor here in AVS, the usual suspects and bring in the XBOX1 and Titanfall . . .
still thinking about "signage"
after spending the better part of 4+ weeks building this , part time, I wondered, how awesome could this possibly be?
it may just be me, but the answer is, if you have the room, you'll want at least one. I'll try to get it in the house by the weekend
yeh, it'll make you giddy . . .