Light bulb killer

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Nikos, Jan 28, 2002.

  1. Nikos

    Nikos Auditioning

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    I purchased a DefTech PF15TL+ subwoofer and tried it out with JPIII. The addition of that subwoofer added an entirely new, and enjoyable exprerience as it immersed me deeper into the movie. Even though the sub is about 20+ feet away, it shook my recliner with every step the dinosaur took.

    Anyway, after the movie was over, I pressed my lights button on my Pronto and was surprised to see that 2 of the four bulbs in my HT wouldn't turn on due to broken filaments. Now that, I never expected!

    Nikos
     
  2. Legairre

    Legairre Supporting Actor

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    Hey, if your going to keep killing light bulbs. I'm buying stock in GE. Yep, that JPIII bass sure is sweet. It's not as tight as in JPI. It kind of lingers around a bit, but I love it just the same.
    Knock out a light bulb for me.[​IMG]
     
  3. Mike boettner

    Mike boettner Stunt Coordinator

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    i have a phynix gold(s/p) 12" car sub with about 100 watts in my home theater and when it hit low( like in 30 hz and below) it shakes my ceiling fan and the filaments go crazy, but i have yet to brake any. hopefully with a new amp!!!
     

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