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Huh :)


I love the floating remote control...


Also, do you think the "hydrotherapy jets" are connected to the speakers or subwoofers - so that you can "feel" darth mall fighting with Obi-Wan?!
 

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Ofer, that really would bring a whole new and sinister meaning to feeling the force!

I think most people will have to suffice, at best, with an open door and a large can of beans...
 

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If you think about how long the average film is...that's a whole lot'o skin prunes! I don't even want to know what Jurassic Park in DTS feels like in that set-up.:eek:


By the way, doesn't that tub need to be a bit bigger for appropriate viewing distance?


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Digital Howie,


First, you have to understand that there's alot of steam - so viewing distance is not a problem.


I think that this type of tub is primarily meant for people organizing orgies or something, because of the prune factor you described...


I think that the next generation of DVD-HD should allocate, in addition to up down channels, multiple LFE channels, also force feedback channels - for things like water jets. A smell channel wouldn't be that bad either...
 

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and you must take care not to overfill the tub


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If you think about how long the average film is...that's a whole lot'o skin prunes!

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LOL - :D


As usual - where do you put that damn center channel? Would a Buttshaker transducer be more apporpriate than a sub here?


Marine environment movies would take on a new interest.


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Great for "The Deep" or "Waterworld". I got pruny just watching "WaterWorld".


My wife says for $30k you can build a sun room with a Jacuzzi and Sauna and a view of the plasma in the family room. The price would also include an articulating mount for the plasma.:)
 

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By the way, doesn't that tub need to be a bit bigger for appropriate viewing distance?
Not if that is an ALiS plasma ;)
 

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First, you have to understand that there's alot of steam - so viewing distance is not a problem.
I've now placed two very large humidifers shooting large jets of steam across my viewing area. Not only does Jurassic Park look much more realistic now, but breathing has never been easier.;)


Mark,


I think overfilling might be nice for watching Jaws or The Deep.


divvy,


Good point...I just assumed that was a Panasonic.:D


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