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Discussion in 'AV Receivers' started by Shorty Boy76, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. Shorty Boy76

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    Just wanted to say wud up? I'm new here and thought I knew something about "Home Theater" until I read some of you all's threads. Just glad to be here. My gear: Yamaha V863 2-Audiosource Amp 310 2-Audiosource Amp 100 Sony 46 LCD PS3 Xbox 360 Wii Onkyo 6 disc DVD/Cd changer 2-Bash 500 Sub Plate Amps 2-Bash 300 Sub Plate Amps 2-HTS 1000 Monster Power Surge Protectors Fios Cable
     
  2. Jason Charlton

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    Hi, welcome to the forum!


    No doubt there's plenty to learn from the folks that hang out around here. I've been around for nearly 10 years and still learn new stuff all the time.


    How large is the room where you have that gear set up? What speakers do you have connected to all those amps? Have you ever considered DIY speakers? We have some folks that really know a lot about that sort of thing, and that's definitely the best way to get maximum performance for your $$.


    Cheers!
     
  3. Shorty Boy76

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    Preciate the welcome. My speakers are all over the place (brand names). 2 yamaha bookshelves are connected to an amp 310. The Amp 100's are run in mono w/ each connected to an Insignia B2-1000. The other Amp 310 is connected to another set of B2-1000's. The V863 is in 5.1 mode with B2-1000's in front and some really old Kenwoods in the back for surrounds and also a Kenwood center. The Bash 500 plate amps each power a Sony 12 in DIY cabinets, while the Bash 300's power Polk db's in DIY cabinets. All n a 20x16 room. Things will hopefully get sorted out soon as Wifey is on board for a man cave in our next home!, which will eliminate some of the bookshelves and bring in some much needed towers. Patience is a virtue.
     

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