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Old 21st June 2002, 05:48 PM   #11
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Thanks Dave for your profound comments...

Sorry Bill, I sometimes forget that you folks over the pond are too pleasant and good natured, and so have no need for satirical humour.

I wasn't trying to get into an argument with you, but just trying to help Andy out with what struck me as some reasonable advice on the topic he asked about, rather than holding a debate on the pros and cons of such a system.

Personally, unless I could build a specific room from scratch, bearing in mind Dave's comments and some other ideas of my own, I would never use in wall speakers, but I am fascinated with the idea, and wish Andy and Dana the best of luck, and I hope they will achieve their objectives, whatever they are.

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Old 23rd June 2002, 07:12 AM   #12
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Bill-Your home theater sounds great. Sounds like something I would like.
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lots of fluff and bells and whistles
but no meat
Simpler the better!
-Bi-amping is great, just ask Dave. However, Dana already has one of those dvd player/integrated amps that he picked up for [guess] $3-400. This is a budget system, so no bi amping. He is trying to keep this project around $1000.


Dave-the room is a small study. Standing waves, from what I gather, will be nasty. I will, of course, listen before mounting. What else can I do about standing waves that will not disgust Dana's wife? (In spanish, the word for wife is the same as for handcuffs)

pinkmouse, thanks for all of your kind words. We will have to mount into the studs.

Good sound is not on the top of the list in this project. This we must remember. Time, money, and wife are the most important. Dana's wife does not want her walls ripped apart and our project 95% complete.

I never got any feedback on the filter...
Thanks again, all
andy
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