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    Anyone Into Home Theatre

    I just got addicted! Was walking in the mall and was pulled in by the bass from a audio/video store.

    Soon after, I had myself a modest little 6.1 DTS ES Home Theatre System in my bedroom.

    Hardware:

    Pioneer DV-373 DVD Player
    Denon AVR-1803 Amplifier
    Sony 34" WEGA
    Klipsch Reference RF-15 Main Speakers
    Klipsch Reference RC-25 Center Speaker
    Klipsch Reference RS-25 Surrounds
    Klipsch Reference RS-25 Surround Back
    Velodyne CHT-12R Subwoofer

    I want to take a picture of it all but my stupid digicam is broken and now, I cannot afford to replace it.
    ? Quantum Physics ? Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

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    So the new Klipschs are jammin' huh?
    Man I want some of those.

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    They are incredible!

    I would've gotten the bigger ones but my credit card couldn't take anymore.
    ? Quantum Physics ? Light travels faster than sound. This is why some people appear bright until you hear them speak.

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    well mine is for audio more than Home Theatre. only got half of it done though!

    Speakers: B&W DM601 S3
    Amp: NAD C320BEE

    still saving for speaker stands though.
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    Mine is a mix and match sound system, most of it is ten yrs old at least but still produces great sound even without a digital connection on the reciever which I make up with an equalizer.

    Kenwood 8060- with dsp with arena modes aside from stereo dsp, digital delay of 60mil plus reverb settings which I haven't see on most recievers.
    Teac 20 band equalizer that incidentally reproduces digital sound with all the bands on it.
    Marantz large main speaker cabinets with reflex ports on front for good bass.
    Altec 3pc surround speakers.
    Pioneer lazerdisc
    Sony dvd player plus sony vcr.

    Never felt the need to upgrade it.

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    Toshiba 27WL46 27" LCD
    B&W DM601s3 fronts
    B&W VM1 Centre and Rears
    Marantz SR4400 6.1 Receiver
    Rotel RB-03 Power amp
    BKE XLS210 Subwoofer
    Remote control halogen lighting

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    that TV looked small untill i got my B&W 601's and looked at your TV compaired to your 601's
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    Panasonic VSX 7300
    4 JBL's
    Didn't add a DVD player till about 2 years ago.

    Indiana Jones series have some great sound effects.

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    Originally posted by rangeral
    Mine is a mix and match sound system, most of it is ten yrs old at least but still produces great sound even without a digital connection on the reciever which I make up with an equalizer.

    Kenwood 8060- with dsp with arena modes aside from stereo dsp, digital delay of 60mil plus reverb settings which I haven't see on most recievers.
    Teac 20 band equalizer that incidentally reproduces digital sound with all the bands on it.
    Marantz large main speaker cabinets with reflex ports on front for good bass.
    Altec 3pc surround speakers.
    Pioneer lazerdisc
    Sony dvd player plus sony vcr.

    Never felt the need to upgrade it.
    That's remarkably similar to what I'm using.....Until I hit the lottery.

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