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I came up with something for the center channel. I posted it. It's got potential to be a great idea.
Did you post it on a different thread. I cant seen to find it here. Thanks
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Did you post it on a different thread. I cant seen to find it here. Thanks
On my profile check the post dated 04/28/14. I know it's just a prototype of sorts but I think it has potential. Tell me what you think.
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Did you post it on a different thread. I cant seen to find it here. Thanks
On my profile check the post dated 04/28/14. I know it's just a prototype of sorts but the principles are excellent and I think it has potential. Tell me what you think.
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old mans set up small room . linn majik 109s, majik center , linn diskreet in wall rears, rel ts sub, driven by arcam 3600
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I came up with something for the center channel. I posted it. It's got potential to be a great idea.

I helped a friend with that sort of wiring problem by running L shaped molding at the bottom of his baseboard to function as a conduit for the wires. Being small and painted the same color as his baseboard it was not noticeable unless you looked for it. As you use tiny finishing nails it can be removed without the landlord noticing it was there.
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I helped a friend with that sort of wiring problem by running L shaped molding at the bottom of his baseboard to function as a conduit for the wires. Being small and painted the same color as his baseboard it was not noticeable unless you looked for it. As you use tiny finishing nails it can be removed without the landlord noticing it was there.
I don't have to worry about the landlord thing so I'm just running a double baseboard, used a 1.5" spacer to set the first run, run the wires under that, install the second run over it.
Helps that we were removing it to paint anyway.
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Look good.

Have you tried puting the sub where your left main is and puting the main more apart with a little tow-in?

I think by physics, you might get a little more spacious sound because your main would be more apart.


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I have not tried that, but sounds like a good idea. I will try that. I'm still a total newb at this so far! The rears are spaced much farther apart than the mains. May try to match their width?

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I have not tried that, but sounds like a good idea. I will try that. I'm still a total newb at this so far! The rears are spaced much farther apart than the mains. May try to match their width?

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7.1 or 5.1?
In a 5.1, where your rears are "surrounds" you'll want them spaced farther apart, in 7.1 you'll actually want them a closer together.

And if you move your sub between your center and mains, space your other main out the same distance, then also play with angling them slightly toward you, just pick what you like best.
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7.1 or 5.1?
In a 5.1, where your rears are "surrounds" you'll want them spaced farther apart, in 7.1 you'll actually want them a closer together.

And if you move your sub between your center and mains, space your other main out the same distance, then also play with angling them slightly toward you, just pick what you like best.
It's a 5.1 right now. I will give that a try soon. I have the extra 2 RS-35 rears to make a 7.1 but they would be huge pain to run wires to.

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I have not tried that, but sounds like a good idea. I will try that. I'm still a total newb at this so far! The rears are spaced much farther apart than the mains. May try to match their width?

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Don't worry about been a total newb,
We all started somewhere!

And this is where you learn! Me telling you something and others that will chime in with other sugestions.

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Sounds good. I appreciate it. I had the sub in the corner of the room and that yielded much more output but you could locate it immediately rather than it sounding like it meshed with the mains. Might just have to get a second sub for the right side.

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Sounds good. I appreciate it. I had the sub in the corner of the room and that yielded much more output but you could locate it immediately rather than it sounding like it meshed with the mains. Might just have to get a second sub for the right side.

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LOL, and so it begins....
Yep lol, may go pick up a pair of BIC F-12's?

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Well, that was quick.

I'm real linear, so personally I think it looks a whole lot better.

Does it sound better?

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Yea I found a good deal on Craigslist so I went for it lol
I like them. Just need to find the right place for them. I'm thinking about doing one in the front left corner and the other in the rear right.

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Well, that was quick.

I'm real linear, so personally I think it looks a whole lot better.

Does it sound better?
It sounds better for movies. It fills the space much better. However for music, compared to the RSW-10 they sound "loose" I guess you could say. Not near as responsive. Which I was expecting. I don't listen to much music in the living room anyways. It's pretty much just a movie/TV environment.

I do still have the RSW-10. I may put it in a corner somewhere else in the room. Not sure really. Lol

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Look good.

Have you tried puting the sub where your left main is and puting the main more apart with a little tow-in?

I think by physics, you might get a little more spacious sound because your main would be more apart.


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7.1 or 5.1?
In a 5.1, where your rears are "surrounds" you'll want them spaced farther apart, in 7.1 you'll actually want them a closer together.

And if you move your sub between your center and mains, space your other main out the same distance, then also play with angling them slightly toward you, just pick what you like best.
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Well, that was quick.

I'm real linear, so personally I think it looks a whole lot better.

Does it sound better?
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It sounds better for movies. It fills the space much better. However for music, compared to the RSW-10 they sound "loose" I guess you could say. Not near as responsive. Which I was expecting. I don't listen to much music in the living room anyways. It's pretty much just a movie/TV environment.

I do still have the RSW-10. I may put it in a corner somewhere else in the room. Not sure really. Lol
Glad to see it work for the better for movies.
Music? Subs are very difficult beast to integreate properly.

If you want to do it right, you have to spend hours on equalization, room threatment and so on.

But you started with some basic, and I am still there at some point!
By the way, the new look.
Look great.

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Glad to see it work for the better for movies.
Music? Subs are very difficult beast to integreate properly.

If you want to do it right, you have to spend hours on equalization, room threatment and so on.

But you started with some basic, and I am still there at some point!
By the way, the new look.
Look great.

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Thanks! I think it looks good to. Probably going to get a new TV Stand next. The little post in the back that you can run wires to, to hide them is slap full and I really don't like seeing wires. I want to get one with a full back to it so you can't really see anything behind It.

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Thanks! I think it looks good to. Probably going to get a new TV Stand next. The little post in the back that you can run wires to, to hide them is slap full and I really don't like seeing wires. I want to get one with a full back to it so you can't really see anything behind It.
I understand what you mean.
But with a little money and some of your time, you can make them look like some of these.
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I understand what you mean.
But with a little money and some of your time, you can make them look like some of these.
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Sorry I could not resist to stir the pot

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Very nice! That looks great. Will definitely do that for the mains.
Do you know if any of the new receivers use RF signals for there remotes opposed to IR signals?
I would love to get rid of the TV Stand all together and put an AV cabinet in the den that's right behind the TV. My xfinity box already uses RF signals so the remote will work from 50+ feet away pointed in any direction.

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Since I got scolded for no pictures the first time, figure I better come up with one now.
Was really tired of the generic chrome rack I was using and since the TV is going bye-bye permanently in this room, had to build myself a component stand, had an old granite table top around so here's the C/L/R-3000 on my new stand.





Just something simple and clean, moved all of my other components to the wall by the entrance to the room, and building a platform for behind the above components to clean it up and hide the wiring.

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Since I got scolded for no pictures the first time, figure I better come up with one now.
Was really tired of the generic chrome rack I was using and since the TV is going bye-bye permanently in this room, had to build myself a component stand, had an old granite table top around so here's the C/L/R-3000 on my new stand.





Just something simple and clean, moved all of my other components to the wall by the entrance to the room, and building a platform for behind the above components to clean it up and hide the wiring.

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Thanks for posting buddy
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