New pics of my HT and my first hardware review.

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  1. Charles J P

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    Check out my new website. See the pictures of my new apartment and of some of my new gear, and read my first hardware review ever of my Sony Wega TV athttp://www.hometheaterfanatic.com
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    Nice site! Did you make the move to NE then?
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    Thanks guys, Yep I made the move to Omaha.
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    Good Setup....
    Go for one more SVS!!!! [​IMG]
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    Very nice as been said....
    So now that you have the monster 16-46 and powering with the Audio-Source, whats your take in comparing it to your old possible retired BW???
    Tell us what you noticed once you got the 16-46 upgrade. Your take on over all performance. Where you shocked how well it dose music?
    I certainly was when listening at a friends, very shocked... and extension-oh my god!
     
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    quote: Go for one more SVS[/quote]
    Actually, I intended to all along. Thats why I got a CS series. I will eventually sell off the AudioSource amp and get order a 16-46CS/Samson package. Then I'll have 2 subs and two amp channels. That wont happen until after I get a dedicated room though.
    quote: Tell us what you noticed once you got the 16-46 upgrade.[/quote]
    Cleaner, deeper bass for lack of better words.
    quote: Your take on over all performance.[/quote]
    Couldnt be happier unless I had two, but one is MORE than enough in an apartment or small HT room.
    quote: Where you shocked how well it dose music?[/quote]
    Before, I always thought that there was only one note on a bass guitar [​IMG]
    quote: and extension-oh my god![/quote]
    Yeah, I have never listened to the 20-39 so I dont know how well it does the job, but whenever TomV says that there is getting to be more material out there with lower frequency I'm thinking "yeah no kidding" I can hear it with my SVS. Lets just say this, as I mentioned in my web site, the B&W wasnt mine, it was my roommate's, but I was the apartment HT setter-upper and calibrator, and I can tell you after having tweaked and lived with that thing for two years, it was not a cheap sub, and it still cant hold a candle to SVS. NOT EVEN CLOSE.
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