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  1. Myram

    Myram Second Unit

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    I threw together a quick website to show my HT system to the world.
    Check it out and let me know what you think.
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    My Home Theater website - http://www.angelfire.com/me4/myram/index.html
    [Edited last by StevenH on October 18, 2001 at 09:29 AM]
     
  2. Aurel Savin

    Aurel Savin Supporting Actor

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    Steve ...
    Love the country look. And those KG .5 and the 1.5's are sweet.
    I remember them fondly as I sold them years ago when I worked a local chain. They were the only speakers that sounded awsome for the price and paid a great comission [​IMG]
    Easiest salaes I had ... I think that everyone had a set of .5 in my neighbourhood.
    Great clean setup! I bet those Quortets just sing ...
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  3. Thomas_Berg

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    i dig the fish tank. i'm sooo gonna have one of those when i build a house (in like 20 years......heh). that's a killer room separator/wall.
    oh, yeah- nice setup too [​IMG]
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  4. Jerome Grate

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    With that beautiful HT, you shouldn't have any time to put together a website. Great job.
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  5. Chad Isaacs

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    Wow,we have so much in common,Klipsch speakers,svs subs and fish tanks..what is that,a 55 or 75?I am working on a 125 to use as a wall between the living room and dining room.
    Enjoy your sub when it arrives,I gotta tell you,my klipsch speakers and my 25-31 are a perfect match!
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    Looks great! [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  7. Myram

    Myram Second Unit

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    The fish tank is a 150 gal Saltwater Tank, very big......very very heavy!
    I would like to try moving the front speakers out and around a bit.....but with the tight space it makes it kind of hard.
    I can't wait for my SVS......next week it will be here.
    Thanks
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  8. Myram

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    Where would the best placement for the SVS be? In the space that is open for it? or move the front speaker over and put the SVS in the corner?
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  9. Chad Isaacs

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    Im thinking pull the speakers closer toward the cabinet and put the sub in the corner...But try it both ways and see what you like the best
     
  10. EricN

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    Nice set-up. I liked the Klipsch's sound. Very clean.
    I really like you 150 gal tank as well. I have a 72 gal salt water outside the home theater. Two great hobbies!
    BTW, I have lost 3 Naso's Tough to keep. All my otherTang's are doing great!
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  11. Myram

    Myram Second Unit

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    I have a Naso, Sailfin, and Orangeshoulder Tang......all are in great health and eat right out of my fingers. But while I'm feeding them, I have to watch out for the Clown trigger and Niger trigger.......those teeth hurt.
    I am going to see how the SVS sounds in the spot I have ready for it. After that....I will try moving it around and moving the front speakers around. But in the end, I think the wife will want the speakers in the corners, and the SVS in the opening.......got to keep her happy [​IMG]
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  12. Neil Joseph

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    Looks good and heat to me and I like neat. BTW, I like your fishtank page too. I am planning to get a 90 gallon tank once I move and get African Cichlids and other various non-community fish like a few red tail sharks and/or clown looches plus a catfish or two.
     
  13. Myram

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    SVS 16-46pc will be here tomorrow, will post some updated pics after that.
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