Rabbits in the home theatre....NO!

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  1. Henry Gale

    Henry Gale Producer

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    Just say no, firmly.
    Years after I divorced this woman I'm still discovering damage.
    "They're not hurting anything!"
    Hundreds of dollars worth of connecters have already been replaced. This evening I found damaged speaker cable running back to my surrounds. You know, the wire I carefully installed around the edge of the room before the f%c#[email protected] wall to wall carpet went down.
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  2. Allan Jayne

    Allan Jayne Cinematographer

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    Any animals running loose can cause problems. Cats can claw the speaker grilles and speaker cones. Male cats also "mark their territory" in smelly ways. Snakes can crawl into equipment and "get lost" there. Birds not in cages drop filth too.
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  3. Kevin Deacon

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    Quote "Cats can claw the speaker grilles and speaker cones. Male cats also "mark their territory" in smelly ways. Snakes can crawl into equipment and "get lost" there."
    Not to mention all can cause large amounts of "HISS". [​IMG]
     
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    Did their ears at least improve over-the-air- reception?

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