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  1. Ken Makela

    Ken Makela Stunt Coordinator

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  2. Jerome Grate

    Jerome Grate Cinematographer

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    Wow, that's one clean set-up. Must really rocks especially with HDTV.
     
  3. Mike Main

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    Hey Ken,

    Is the TV wide enuf to support the center or did u build some support underneath it? Im going to have this problem and actively searching for a solution.

    BTW nice stuff... esp PS2--when all else fails

    --Mike
     
  4. Ken Makela

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    Hi Mike,

    The Toshiba is deep enough to support the CDM CSE, no problem.

    Ken
     
  5. Michael Mathius

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    Really cool looking setup. One of the neatest i've seen. Where is your rack in your room?
     
  6. Mark C.

    Mark C. Supporting Actor

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    Great setup! And from one B&W CDM owner to another, great taste in equipment.[​IMG]
     
  7. Chuck C

    Chuck C Cinematographer

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    ahh, excellent taste [​IMG]
     
  8. Ken Makela

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    Thanks Michael,

    Actually my "rack" is an antique hutch, I should have taken a shot of it. You can see the edge of it on the left on the "front stage" shot. The rack section of the hutch is a tall 17 1/2 " wide cabinet with a tall door. It is also finished in a light cherry type finish that matches the CDM 7SE. BTW, I have all my cable runs in the crawl space below.

    Ken
     
  9. Richard Travale

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    Nice, very nice.
     
  10. Neil Joseph

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    Nice setup. Meesa like
     
  11. Troy LaMont

    Troy LaMont Supporting Actor

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    Ken,
    A very nice setup indeed. [​IMG]
    Question: Do the CDMs offer decent bass response on two channel direct audio (if you use that mode at all)?
    Thanks.
    Troy
     
  12. Ken Makela

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    Troy,

    The CDM 7SE are all right in bass response. I had them for 8 months or so before I bought the Servo 15. I use the X-30 crossover for 2 channel as well as HT, and it certainly provides a heck of a lot of punch. They are however more than adequate for 2 channel.

    Ken
     
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    it is a realy nice setup b&w is one of my favorites speakers i allways like the 802 phase 2 i dont know if they still make them i liked them better than the 801, again a real nice system. thank you,joe
     

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