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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby GLANIMAL » May 12th, 2019, 10:41 pm

metalgear2095 wrote:
turboturnsmeon2 wrote:Very fun although the space is limited.
Will switch out the receiver later this year to try atmos.
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Do you have to climb over the back of the couch to sit?


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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby Zim » May 16th, 2019, 12:46 pm

X_Factor wrote:Anyone interested in my HT sub
Stereo integrity HT 18 in 4.5 cubes sealed
U will need 600 rms @2ohm to power it
This shakes walls
Not really into HT gear anymore
Price? Pics? Specs? What power amp u recommend?

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby X_Factor » May 17th, 2019, 12:10 pm

https://speakerboxlite.com/subwoofers/s ... v2?lang=en
TS specs are there
its dual 4 ohm...wired at 8 ohm
using a crown XLS 1500 on it
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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby Zim » May 22nd, 2019, 11:41 am

X_Factor wrote:https://speakerboxlite.com/subwoofers/stereo-integrity-ht-18-v2?lang=en
TS specs are there
its dual 4 ohm...wired at 8 ohm
using a crown XLS 1500 on it
3065816
for pics


Wow looks good. Nice specs also. How much u want 4 it?

Bess amp too. As is a DJ amo how does it do with low bass? (<30 Hz)

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby X_Factor » May 24th, 2019, 5:17 pm

2800 in the box

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Postby Zim » June 1st, 2019, 2:06 am

Not bad nah
As is a DJ amp, how does it do with low bass? (<30 Hz)

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Postby X_Factor » June 1st, 2019, 7:15 pm

It performs well
Had the Dayton processor on it for testing
And boosted 20-35 Hz range it shakes walls and decent subsonics as well with explosions and ship takeoff etc
If u serious hit me a pm I can probably do 2500 on it as I hardly use it tbh

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Postby quintessentiallyenigmatic » August 1st, 2019, 9:00 pm

Hey guys need to get a pair of bookshelf speakers, my AVR has the option of 3.1.2 but I'm not hearing anything in my height speakers, not sure if is the movies not coded with atmos thats the reason but all my reading suggests I need to run 5.1.2 to get the heights, even YouTube videos for atmos not loud enough to be discernable. My receiver does not have the surround enhancer that it seems to need to run 3.1.2

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby Slacka69 » September 9th, 2019, 11:43 pm

Good night. All.
I just set up a projector in my outdoor pergola and I'm in search of a sound system any suggestions?

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby computercentral » September 10th, 2019, 9:41 am

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby halfkrack » September 10th, 2019, 11:18 am

Anybody can recommend a good free/cheap way to "calibrate" (Adjust) a LED TV? For my last TV about 10 years ago I did download a HD DVD from piratebay (forgot the name) that walked you through all the different settings with test images, patterns, videos etc, and I got a big improvement imho, so i looking for something similar. Not looking for a professional calibration, just something to get a better quality image without being overly vivid or dull. TV is a basic 4K with HDR10 but I can't get everything to look right on my own. Plus I coming from a 12 year old plasma so all them various picture settings is new to me.

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby nick639v2 » September 10th, 2019, 12:48 pm

halfkrack wrote:Anybody can recommend a good free/cheap way to "calibrate" (Adjust) a LED TV? For my last TV about 10 years ago I did download a HD DVD from piratebay (forgot the name) that walked you through all the different settings with test images, patterns, videos etc, and I got a big improvement imho, so i looking for something similar. Not looking for a professional calibration, just something to get a better quality image without being overly vivid or dull. TV is a basic 4K with HDR10 but I can't get everything to look right on my own. Plus I coming from a 12 year old plasma so all them various picture settings is new to me.
I'm lucky to have all my TVs posted on rtings.com and they post the most accurate calibrations from their testing.

Just hit a Google with your model and see if anyone did it before

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby halfkrack » September 10th, 2019, 2:22 pm

nick639v2 wrote:
halfkrack wrote:Anybody can recommend a good free/cheap way to "calibrate" (Adjust) a LED TV? For my last TV about 10 years ago I did download a HD DVD from piratebay (forgot the name) that walked you through all the different settings with test images, patterns, videos etc, and I got a big improvement imho, so i looking for something similar. Not looking for a professional calibration, just something to get a better quality image without being overly vivid or dull. TV is a basic 4K with HDR10 but I can't get everything to look right on my own. Plus I coming from a 12 year old plasma so all them various picture settings is new to me.
I'm lucky to have all my TVs posted on rtings.com and they post the most accurate calibrations from their testing.

Just hit a Google with your model and see if anyone did it before




Thanks but no luck. Is a TCL and seems like US models are completely different to what I got from Courts.

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby Zim » September 10th, 2019, 2:50 pm

Yeah IHU on dat, some how Court's & PriceSmart's tv's don't correspond with NA models

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby carluva » September 10th, 2019, 9:46 pm

They don't. They are Latin America models for this market. For the most part, features are the same as the NA models, just a different model number but quality seems about the same.

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby Zim » September 11th, 2019, 11:30 am

I had a feeling so. I was unsure. Thanks for claryfying

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby Rovin » November 12th, 2019, 7:07 pm

Samsung unveils massive 219 inch TV called ‘The Wall’ ... :shock:

https://fox8.com/2019/01/10/samsung-unv ... -the-wall/

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby Senti_al » December 14th, 2019, 8:49 am

TOSHIBA 43LF711U20 43-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV HDR - Fire TV Edition anyone have here locally ?

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby metalgear2095 » March 4th, 2020, 9:10 am

Where can I get a Sony TV locally. Seems like everywhere is Samsung now

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby Dave » March 4th, 2020, 9:16 am

Standards is where I got my last two Sony units.

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Postby metalgear2095 » March 4th, 2020, 9:58 am

Thank you. Checked them by GB yesterday and is only Samsung

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Postby Dave » March 4th, 2020, 10:07 am

Shoots and Mt. Hope?

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby metalgear2095 » March 5th, 2020, 10:19 am

Checked them yesterday. They have one. The X830F. 70 inch for $19k. It's a decent set but way over priced for what you get. Thinking about bringing in either the X900f or X950G at 65 inches. Both offer better performance for gaming, newer models and cheaper by 5-10k landed. Only thing is warranty

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby fanbelt » April 16th, 2020, 12:28 am

Was browsing the forum and came across this thread, just sharing my set up.

Panamax M5400PM Power Conditioner.
LG 75" 4K HDR UHD AI ThinQ TV - 8'00" Viewing Distance From Couch.
MARANTZ SR8012 11.2 Surround AV Receiver Internal Amps Powering Surround, Surround Back & Front Height
AC Infinity S10 Front Exhaust Cooling Fan System.
DBX Drive Rack PA2 Speaker Management On Front L&R Only.
Crown Xl-i 2500 Class AB Amplifier 2 Channel Stereo Front L&R Channels Only.
Behringer NU1000DSP Class D Amplifier 2 channel Bridged on Front Center Channel Only.
Behringer NU6000DSP Class D Amplifier 2 Channel Stereo on Subwoofers.
Klipsch RP-8000F Tower Speakers - Front L&R
Klipsch RP-504C Center Channel Speaker
Onkyo THX 2-Way Speakers - Surround, Surround Back & Front Height
2 x Digital Designs 3515 Subwoofers tuned to 28Hz, Custom Enclosures - Aeroport with Plugs optional.
Auralex MoPAD Monitor Isolation Pads on all speakers.
Auralex SubDude-HT Isolation Platform under each Subwoofer.

Apple TV4K - Apple Music for 2 channel playback
- Netflix Premium Ultra HD
- Amazon Prime Video
Windows PC with Intel processor, graphics & sound for
- YouTube 4k playback
- Optional Netflix 4k Playback
- Movie download playback
PS4 PRO For Gaming

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Subs on either side of couch
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Speaker Layout & available playback formats.
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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby Gladiator » April 16th, 2020, 12:46 am

Congratulations man...that's one killer HT. Must be loads of fun... Like you link up with Streamline... I know they deal in Klipsch and Marantz
fanbelt wrote:Was browsing the forum and came across this thread, just sharing my set up.

Panamax M5400PM Power Conditioner.
LG 75" 4K HDR UHD AI ThinQ TV - 8'00" Viewing Distance From Couch.
MARANTZ SR8012 11.2 Surround AV Receiver Internal Amps Powering Surround, Surround Back & Front Height
AC Infinity S10 Front Exhaust Cooling Fan System.
DBX Drive Rack PA2 Speaker Management On Front L&R Only.
Crown Xl-i 2500 Class AB Amplifier 2 Channel Stereo Front L&R Channels Only.
Behringer NU1000DSP Class D Amplifier 2 channel Bridged on Front Center Channel Only.
Behringer NU6000DSP Class D Amplifier 2 Channel Stereo on Subwoofers.
Klipsch RP-8000F Tower Speakers - Front L&R
Klipsch RP-504C Center Channel Speaker
Onkyo THX 2-Way Speakers - Surround, Surround Back & Front Height
2 x Digital Designs 3515 Subwoofers tuned to 28Hz, Custom Enclosures - Aeroport with Plugs optional.
Auralex MoPAD Monitor Isolation Pads on all speakers.
Auralex SubDude-HT Isolation Platform under each Subwoofer.

Apple TV4K - Apple Music for 2 channel playback
- Netflix Premium Ultra HD
- Amazon Prime Video
Windows PC with Intel processor, graphics & sound for
- YouTube 4k playback
- Optional Netflix 4k Playback
- Movie download playback
PS4 PRO For Gaming

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Subs on either side of couch
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Speaker Layout & available playback formats.
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Cheers!

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby fanbelt » April 16th, 2020, 6:27 am

Gladiator wrote:Congratulations man...that's one killer HT. Must be loads of fun... Like you link up with Streamline... I know they deal in Klipsch and Marantz


Thanks man, been dealing with Michael from Streamline Systems a couple years now. They actually have a proper listening room with Klipsch, Emotiva & SVS.

I will highly recommend them, best customer service, genuine advice and they actually honour a warranty without the run around!

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby carluva » April 16th, 2020, 8:45 am

fanbelt, That is one sweet setup. What's driving the surround and front height speaker?

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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby fanbelt » April 16th, 2020, 9:48 am

carluva wrote:fanbelt, That is one sweet setup. What's driving the surround and front height speaker?


Thanks man,

The Marantz AV Receiver has 11 powered channels. So I use the pre-outs for Front L,R & C and the Internal amplifiers for the surround.

Its very capable for me. I don't see the need at this point for any external amplification.
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Re: *** THE OFFICIAL HOME THEATER & AUDIO THREAD**

Postby X_Factor » April 16th, 2020, 9:58 am

Yup their customer service is really at a high standard
fanbelt wrote:
Gladiator wrote:Congratulations man...that's one killer HT. Must be loads of fun... Like you link up with Streamline... I know they deal in Klipsch and Marantz


Thanks man, been dealing with Michael from Streamline Systems a couple years now. They actually have a proper listening room with Klipsch, Emotiva & SVS.

I will highly recommend them, best customer service, genuine advice and they actually honour a warranty without the run around!

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