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This is my 7.1 System


TV- Panasonic TH50PZ800U

Receiver -Yamaha RXV 1900

Main Speakers - Definitive BP7002 Bipolar Super Towers

Center Speaker - Definitive CLR 2500

Surround Speaker - Definitive BPA Bipolar

Rear Surround - Definitive UIW BPA in Ceiling

Sub - Velodyne F-1500

Laser Disk Player - Yamaha CDV-870

Blu-Ray Combo/CD/SACD --Oppo BDP-83


I've been putting this system together for about a year starting with the TV. Everything is new except the Laser Disk Player and Velodyne Sub that

I incorporated from my old system . The Velodye Sub is not needed Because My Definitive Super Towers and center speaker have built in Powered Subs but I Had it so why not use it.


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you may want to try putting your mains farther apart, generally a good starting point for tweaking a system is your left main, right main, and you should be equal distances apart from each other. I urge you to try your system without the sub and with the sub to see if the powered subs in your mains really can cut it, especially down in the lower frequencies (less than 50hz). You may want to keep a dedicated sub(s) regardless. I like the setup, don't stop now!
 

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Iv'e been really impressed with the low end of the 7002s they have a 15" 300 watt powered sub in each and are equal to if not better then my velodyne. I will experiment with the separation on my mains
 
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