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  1. JohnRice

    How To A Beginner’s Guide to Home Theater

    It's unfortunate that particular individual tried to derail the thread, but it's going to happen from time to time. There's a wide range of approaches and we just try to help people with questions and to understand how to improve their systems. I'm definitely more interested in sound...
  2. JohnRice

    How To A Beginner’s Guide to Home Theater

    This monster simply won't die. Let's get one thing clear... again. The OP (Todd) never stated a "minimum requirement" for a home theater. This thread is not intended to be about minimum requirements.
  3. JohnRice

    How To A Beginner’s Guide to Home Theater

    Having had many floors that vibrate, I can say without a doubt, that a solid floor is definitely preferable. After all, how many movie theaters have floors that vibrate? A concrete subfloor is a great thing to have. Far fewer resonances. It's not the floor that should be carrying the bass...
  4. JohnRice

    How To A Beginner’s Guide to Home Theater

    The funny thing about these lists is they tend to be determined by what the poster has, rather than being determined by some undeniable standard. If I was the type to make iron-clad requirements, which I'm not, I'd tell everyone that if they power their system with a receiver, it's not a real...
  5. JohnRice

    How To A Beginner’s Guide to Home Theater

    Sam is fond of hyperbole, but it's possible to understand the gist of what he's saying. I don't know what the percentage of people who have a dedicated HT room is, for example. It has to be low. I have one, and it's the biggest room in the house. Most people don't. The point here is...
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