New HT web page

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  1. Brian tj

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  2. Scott Tucker

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    checked out your site and the pics would not load. Now i am really curious.
    Scott
     
  3. Brian tj

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    Hi Scoot
    I know the counter is down but I believe the rest still works. Are you on phone line may bey it takes long to lode photos?[​IMG] Sorry I am new at this!
     
  4. MikeWh

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    Brian--

    The page is loading slowly, because several of the pics are very large.

    image008.jpg & image010.jpg are each about 1.3MB.

    image002.jpg, image004.jpg, & image006.jpg are each about 150kB. If you could resize these files and maybe compress them more, they'd download quicker and the folks hosting your page would probably appreciate it, too. [​IMG]

    Gotta love the WAF-compliant cabinet! [​IMG]
     
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    Hay We have a celebrity on the forum! Too cool, I've never been in a real movie!
    Cool site!

    Wes
     
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    Nice site!

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    Nice cosy theater you got there, good job. The cabinet looks great. Where'd you get those theater chairs from?
     
  9. Brian tj

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    Hi all
    Mike thanks for the resized photos as son as I can I will redo the web site.
    Wes tanks for the kind words but I am afraid my mug will wined up on the cutting room floor you see the armored car is the reel celebrity.
    Pam tanks for the kind words on the site its not bad but dose need some help.
    La Marcus the chairs ar from berkline and need help![​IMG] You see wen we bot them we wer under the impression they all hoked together. But now we ar told that they do not.The problem is they move on the hard wood floor and wen you go up and down the foot part hit and I am afraid some one will not see this and bern out a motor or damage the mechanism![​IMG] So I ether tell them to pound salt and take them back and start all over with the hunt or fix it myself. TANKS to all[​IMG]
     
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    Is it me or do they speak funny in NJ??[​IMG]

    Nice theater, Brian! I like the cabinet for your equipment. Do you find the room "bright" with the hardwood floors? It seems like there would be too much sound reflection in the room.
     
  11. Brian tj

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    Hi John
    Speak funny in NJ? Well I am not shour if you mean my pour spelling or the pun I use tanks I thought all would get it so must be poooor spelling.
    Any way the room is bright right now. Wot you do not see is the large heavy drapes on order two that will go in front corners to hide DIY bass traps and the lack of funds at the moment we have to recoup from the spending spree for equipment.
    We plan two large area rugs with pads and two large tapestry's on opposite walls.
    Its all about the MONEY[​IMG] or lack of it. So for now we live with the brightens.
    Glad to see you all like the cabinet. You can not see some neat things I did. Like the 5 in hole under the amp to let air floooow. I even added removable air filter to sed hole.
    Small fan pulls heat from top of amp.The shelves are stainless and Birch laminated to stop EMI&RF and dampen vibes.[​IMG] One more thing the selves are as thin as can be to fit more stuff. The back was removed and braises mad for corners. The cabinet came with one center shelve that had to go used it for upright.[​IMG]
     

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