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Old 2nd November 2007, 09:34 AM   #8251
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SCM-12
SCM-150 - proper uber
SCM-7 for rear channel LOL

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hehe was browsing those auctions last night. Ive decided to pick up x3 pairs of the 150s to use in the 7.1 home cinema as front speakers then the other 2 pairs as the rear speakers. Might get an additional one and lie it horizontally ontop of the plasma tv as a centre speaker

e industrial look of the 12's is really growing on me, but i know the sound will be first rate. A little expensive as i have seen a number of 2nd hand pairs going for 500.

those 7s look like great value, and would be less that half price of the scm11's even if i could pick up a ex-demo pair. Slightly better sound for double the price, hmmmmmm.

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Old 2nd November 2007, 09:42 AM   #8252
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Hehe yes loads of scm-150. They are huge and you may have to stand the Plasma on top of the center speaker. hehe

I actually want the ATC center speaker.

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Old 2nd November 2007, 09:45 AM   #8253
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LMAO

Just typed in audiocom Invisus and audiocom Qpower on google and my mods list comes top.

Is google trying to tell me something

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Old 2nd November 2007, 01:40 PM   #8254
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Good marketing for you, just need to get your website listed on those mod lists

ye ATCs seem like the dogs. Well just landed a temp job starting monday and will get 7 pounds per hour so not too bad for the time being. Well, until i get something in engineering that is.

Well the guy selling the lyngdorf amp hasn't sold it for over a month and has reduced the price a little so il have a little barter with him in the next week and try to secure it for a bargain price
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Old 2nd November 2007, 01:46 PM   #8255
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I did all that this morning - hyperlinked all the spower and discrete + added the main page address twice

MODS PDF

Just got the amp one to do.

How much is the amp up for?

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Old 2nd November 2007, 01:49 PM   #8256
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Ahhh very very nice lists now.

Also, i see a psu section coming soon on your website. ut im thinking of trying something different with mine when i want some new psu's. Might try to fit in a petrol compressor, but i might need an external case. Well it would sound cool at least and allow you to smell petrol throughout the room all the time

Amp is about 550 off some forum and looks the business. But it's in silver and i want a black faceplate. Manufacturer said about 100 for a black faceplate and i need to be an audio engineer to be able to install it. lol.
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Lol excellent idea

Our psu will be on the same lines as the audiocon ones but better as they (2 options) have spower regulation

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Old 2nd November 2007, 02:18 PM   #8258
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Lol excellent idea

Our psu will be on the same lines as the audiocon ones but better as they (2 options) have spower regulation

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Oooo very nice, and i know yours will make very clear audible differences. Hopefully it'l be a bit cheaper than their top of the range 180 pound PSU.
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Old 2nd November 2007, 02:23 PM   #8259
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Well it would sound cool at least and allow you to smell petrol throughout the room all the time
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Old 2nd November 2007, 02:24 PM   #8260
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Oooo very nice, and i know yours will make very clear audible differences. Hopefully it'l be a bit cheaper than their top of the range 180 pound PSU.
Yes you can probably half that. Maybe even less. Just waiting on final costs.

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