Originally Posted by SeaNile /forum/post/16874776
Good idea. I'm a happy customer, Triple 12LF's for LCR driven by Emotiva XPA-5 with B&W DM602s3 as rears and a Paradigm PW2100 sub. Epson 6500ub PJ, Onkyo 886 pre/pro, Cinetension2 134" screen and Oppo BR player. My system ROCKS and it is not finished. Need window treatments and an acoustical panel or two.
I'm still playing around with the Audssey settings and the crossover settings for the JTR's.
www.seanile31.com has pics of the work in progress on the Game Room page.
Originally Posted by Tom Bley /forum/post/16874857
I have my 2010 Triple 8's. Great build & sound quality, small size, Dynamic, efficient, great clarity/resolution in midrange and highs, neutral sound. What I need now is a more powerful amp & more powerful sub(s) to go with them.
Originally Posted by rman222 /forum/post/16878912
What amp are you using? What do you feel is lacking with the current amp?
Originally Posted by Wrager /forum/post/16880058
I'll bet the d-sonic 525 x 3 would be incredible with those speakers.
I love mine with my JBL Pro's. You could also find a nice 3 channel 200 watt (honest) used amp...like Acurus or Parasound. really ggod values.
Originally Posted by Duck_of_Death /forum/post/16879151
I'm probably going to go all JTR for my HT (5.1) but theres been one nagging question left. I currently have a Denon 2809CI that I just got that is rated at 115w (7.1) into 8 ohms and is not rated for 4 ohms, though from other posts I here that this receiver doesn't have a problem driving 4 ohm speakers. Considering the room is no more than 2,500 cubic feet (sitting maybe 9-12 feet away from the speakers)and these speakers have such high sensitivities (T8s). Do you think getting an additional amp and using the denon as a pre would even be significant? Sure I could probably turn it up a little louder but wouldn't the denon be plenty?
Of course I would get the appropriate amp for the captivator.
Originally Posted by mankite /forum/post/16883195
To get rid of that hum just use a 3 prong to 2 prong adapter on the Wyred amp. That's how I got rid of my hum.