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Updated pics on website

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Myram, Nov 13, 2001.

  1. Myram

    Myram Second Unit

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    I just updated the pics on my website to show the new additions.
    I think it is a major improvement over the past set-up.
    Here is a link to what it used to look like last week - http://www.angelfire.com/me4/myram/i...fullfront3.jpg
    Take a look and let me know what you think.
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    [Edited last by StevenH on November 13, 2001 at 07:10 PM]
     
  2. Greg Haynes

    Greg Haynes Supporting Actor

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    Nice HomeTheater [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Very Clean! No wires! [​IMG]
    I noticed that you use the Denon 5200 for your mains. Did you decide that the Denon 5200 amp was a better amp than the 4800? I just never seen somebody use the 5200 for the fronts. Just Curious.
     
  3. Brett DiMichele

    Brett DiMichele Producer

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    Steve,
    Looks superb! very clean!
    Wow I am amazed at how small the verticle footprint
    is on your Mitsu 16:9 set, If I put my RCA on a rack
    like that it would be up against the celing [​IMG]
    The rack under the TV works perfectly for ya!
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  4. Myram

    Myram Second Unit

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    Greg.......I am running a THX EX system with 7 speakers and the sub. The 4800 powers the center and 4 surround speakers, while the 5200 powers the 2 front speakers.
    Brette......I made the rack under the TV myself. It is modeled after Salamander Type 40 rack.....only cost me about 1/4 as much as they wanted. The Mits is a "table-top" design that is made to sit on a stand or table.
    Thanks for the comments......I hope you enjoy seeing my theater as much as I enjoy seeing others.
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  5. Wes

    Wes Screenwriter

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    Looks great and as stated before very clean! Once suggestion for you though, If I were you I would build using the same dimensions of the speakers a pedestal to raise the Front Left and Right speakers off the floor and place a little closer to ear level. If done right it could look like the lower half of the speaker. I think it could give you more consistent horizontal sound between the center and the surrounds. Just a thought!
    Good job!
    Wes
    [Edited last by Wes on November 13, 2001 at 07:37 PM]
     
  6. Myram

    Myram Second Unit

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    I had thought about building bases for the Quartets.....but it just won't look right to me. I can deal with it the way it is now.....it sounds great.
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