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Any Good HT Websites With Pics Of Showrooms To Gawk At?

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Chuck C, Sep 13, 2001.

  1. Chuck C

    Chuck C Cinematographer

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  2. Greg Risley

    Greg Risley Second Unit

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    You might want to check out the THEATERS tab at the top of the page. Also www.audioreview.com has a few in their gallery section.
    Greg
     
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    Chuck C Cinematographer

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    Thanks boys, but I already have seen all that stuff!
    I'm talkin professional studios like progressive audio in downtown columbus.
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    Chuck
    http://www.hometheaterinsider.com
     
  5. Dan Hine

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    Hey Chuck,
    Try:
    http://www.mosh.com.br/
    Some pretty nice pics there. Audio Media has some good links in pretty much each issue, but most of mine are at work. I'll see if I can't dig some up next week for you.
    Dan Hine
     
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    Mike Burke Stunt Coordinator

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    Chuck,
    One of my favorite sights is http://www.fatbulldog.com.
    Have you ever gone over to Genesis Audio in Gahanna? Their InHouse theater is the best I have ever seen! I am a huge Revel fan and it sounds/ looks the balls!!!! I dealt with Art, the co owner, and he was really cool to talk to!
    Mike
     

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