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    • Soooooo a few months back I was looking to put a HIP style metal grills on a pair of Heresy Decorator's that I have. Mike was nice enough to contact me and offer to pull apart his HIP to see how the grill was fabricated/attached, in between our PM's I found a pair of HIP's .  @finallygotmyheresies contacted me and said that if I needed a single HIP he would hold it for me me until I was in the area. I moved my son out to AZ last week and @finallygotmyheresies was true to his word. He was flexible on when and where to pick them up he even waited for me as I had a brain fart on the time to meet. I just wanted to say THANKS and how much I enjoyed the visit but you can have those 115d temps dry heat and all lol. A real pleasuure which speaks volumes to the folks on this forum.     By the way AZ is a beautiful state, great food. hot sauces and craft beer.    BY BY BY the way the extra HIP will act as a center channel between the other 2 HIP's I have.   Thanks again @finallygotmyheresies
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    • Short answer is YES at least for me. However just remember that your ear is different than mine. I enjoy physical media over streaming media all day everyday. 
    • I have been building my theatre system For a few yrs .   My system I have Klipsch RF7I with Dean crossovers Surround sides RF7I RC7 Center - RF800 as rears   4 Dayton Altimax 18” powered by 4 Yamaha P7000 - custom boxes tuned to 20HZ   Marantz SR7011. And the fronts powered by Rotel RB1091 .   Optoma 4K projector On a 135” screen .   It sounds in my opinion amazing , I need atmos Speakers that would match what I have . I was thinking about CDT5800 4 sets .   Any thoughts or suggestions with ceiling mounts speakers ?     Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    • Play something that gets the noise activated and use a stethoscope to determine where the noise is emanating from.   If a stethoscope is unavailable a long screwdriver, steel rod or similar tool will work holding one end up to your ear and the other end against the cabinet.
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