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  1. Sam Posten

    How To A Beginner’s Guide to Home Theater

    YES. The best home theatre is the one you have and are able to afford. Start there and upgrade over time! It’s not a contest!
  2. Sam Posten

    How To A Beginner’s Guide to Home Theater

    Mine fails on at least 2 of your 6 criteria. I guess I am not turtle-y enough for the turtle club =( Oh wait, that's just my MAIN theater. The other 3 in my house fail on most others. They are still fully capable home theater systems.
  3. Sam Posten

    How To A Beginner’s Guide to Home Theater

    Well, one of us has to deal with the fallout of people arbitrarily defining what is and what is not a legit home theater and the other doesn't. One of us is working from the owner's definition of what makes a fun and informative forum and the other isn't. One of us has to deal with the ego of...
  4. Sam Posten

    How To A Beginner’s Guide to Home Theater

    Good for you. Build your home theater to whatever standard you want. Come at people and tell them what they consider their home theater, even if it's a mobile phone on the shitter, doesn't qualify, and we are going to have issues. That's it. That's the bottom line. If't not up to you to...
  5. Sam Posten

    How To A Beginner’s Guide to Home Theater

    @Edwin-S again missing the point. You can set whatever criteria you want for your own theater. Whenever someone wants to set limits on minimum specifications others can have before they can say they have a home theater they are going to have a hard time here and will find no support at HTF...
  6. Sam Posten

    How To A Beginner’s Guide to Home Theater

    I cannot state this more plainly: @Wookie Groomer is wrong. If you have a 27" CRT on your shelf and that's your hometheater, more power to you. Wookie, someone once told me something profound and I think it might help you: It doesn't matter what brand of motorcycle you ride. It matters what...
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