My Setup

Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by quincey, Feb 19, 2008.

  1. quincey

    quincey Auditioning

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    Hi everyone. I'm new here and would like your input. Here is my setup.

    TV Hitachi 50VG825 (old but amazing quality)
    Reciever Cambridge Audio 640R V2 (Will have a Cambridge 840A V2 to use as power amp, end of March.)
    Main speakers JMLabs Cobalt 826
    Center channel B&W CC6
    rear speakers JMLabs Chorus 706
    Sub woofer Focal (new JMLabs) Chorus SW 800V
    Toshiba DVD Recorder RD-XS34
    cd player Yamaha CDC-555 (gonna change soon for cambridge 640c)
    Satalite Starchoice HD DSR505
    XBOX360
    Surge Protector Tripp Lite HT7300PC

    I have pictures but I don't know how to reduce the size. I don't have photoshop on my home pc. Any suggestions
     
  2. quincey

    quincey Auditioning

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    here are some pics, found some free software.
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  3. Ennsio

    Ennsio Second Unit

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    You haven't asked any questions. What input are you seeking?
     
  4. Scott_Sylke

    Scott_Sylke Stunt Coordinator

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    Why does he need to be seeking info? Perhaps he's just sharing his setup for others to enjoy?
     
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    He asked for suggestions and input.
     
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    quincey Auditioning

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    I was just trying to share my system. But here's a question. I'm buying a cambridge steroe amp (840A) before the end of March. Does anyone have any experience using a stereo amp as a power amp? Just want to be sure I can hook them up together.
     

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