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  1. Philip Hamm

    Philip Hamm Lead Actor

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    I updated my home theater page and my "history" page as well. Check it out! No exciting high end stuff I'm afraid, just a run-of-the-mill media room.
     
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    Not sure what you had before but this looks nice. Where did you get the rack?
     
  3. Chris Hovanic

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    Love the HAMMS Sign [​IMG]

    BTW [​IMG] on the theater
     
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    Very Nice! I really like the wall color too! Is your center channel angled down toward your primary seating area?
     
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    Great looking room and set up. Now all you need is a FPTV.

    Parker
     
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    I like it, you have the making of a nice looking set up. But if you'll allow me to make a suggestion. The rack you have is very nice, I'd try and bring attention to it. The "Hamm's" sign you have though, brings attention straight to the wood bookshelf, which looks a bit out of place. I understand that space limitations might be the reason for keeping it there. So, why not bring attention to the rack by placing the "Hamm's" sign on it and perhaps swaping it's place with the speaker. This will draw the eye further away from the bookshelf. This is just my view. Let me know if you try it.

    Dave!
     
  9. Philip Hamm

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    Actually I think I'm going to ditch that DVD rack. It's out of place in the room for other reasons as well.
     
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    How much of a difference in sound quality to you have since going to separates? Does your new outlaw sound better than you preious receiver? I'm very curious about going the separates route. It's just so damn expensive. I feel I have to get a FP before I do anything else.
     
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    Philip,

    I'm dying to know how you "reset" your Sherwood - you had the AVP-9080R? Correct? What was the problem?

    Mine's still running fine except for an occasional problem where it seems to reset itself, sometimes I get garbled text and no function (this happened over one evening - left it unplugged for a few hours and it was as good as new). Anyway, just curious.

    BTW great setup!

    Rich
     
  13. Philip Hamm

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    Rich,

    I think my experience is on the forum, do a search under my name with "9080" and you'll find it. TO do a reset you're supposed to hold the reset button in for a couple seconds. I held it too long. If you hold it too long you blow fuses.
     

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