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  2. Cigar smoking attendees

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  7. HOPE GATHERING MARCH 28 & 29

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  8. Poker Playing Pilgrims

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  • Recent Posts

    • Re-posting this from "Home Theater" forum. Why is the frequency response of the RP-150M better than the RP-450C ? Based on the cabinet size and number of woofers, it seems that the RP-450C should have the better/lower frequency response but it does not. Why ?    RP-150M: 
      Frequency Response: 48-25kHz +/- 3dB
      Dimensions: 14.57” (37.0 cm) x 7.67” (19.5 cm) x 10.67” (27.1 cm)
      Volume: 1192 cubic-inch
      Power: 75W/300W
      Woofers: 1 x 5.25" 
      Enclosure Type:  Bass Reflex   RP-450C: 
      Frequency Response: 58-25kHz +/- 3dB
      Dimensions: 6.81 “ (17.3 cm)x 31.13” (79.1 cm) x 14.51” (36.8 cm)
      Volume: 3076 cubic-inch
      Power: 150W/600W
      Woofers: 4 x 5.25" 
      Enclosure Type:  Bass Reflex   Kris
    • Why is the frequency response of the RP-150M better than the RP-450C ? Based on the cabinet size and number of woofers, it seems that the RP-450C should have the better/lower frequency response but it does not. Why ?    RP-150M:  Frequency Response: 48-25kHz +/- 3dB
      Dimensions: 14.57” (37.0 cm) x 7.67” (19.5 cm) x 10.67” (27.1 cm)
      Volume: 1192 cubic-inch
      Power: 75W/300W
      Woofers: 1 x 5.25" 
      Enclosure Type:  Bass Reflex   RP-450C: 
      Frequency Response: 58-25kHz +/- 3dB
      Dimensions: 6.81 “ (17.3 cm)x 31.13” (79.1 cm) x 14.51” (36.8 cm)
      Volume: 3076 cubic-inch
      Power: 150W/600W
      Woofers: 4 x 5.25" 
      Enclosure Type:  Bass Reflex   Kris        
    • 1. Historical Perspective of media - (in my own words) … phase 1 - for cave dwellings, cave painting, art, existence, make better tool's, round wheel's, more people, disagreements between people, use the wind to power sail's,  bow's and arrow's, rule's and law's, morse code translators, newspapers, inventions, electricity, television, speakers, an era of relief and excitement, nice black model T's, big tanks and bomb's, civilized record players, bigger concerts, avocado colored refrigerators, dos, punch card's, windows 3.1, icq, dial up modem's, exit phase 1, over and out....
    • It comes with a remote, that you use to control the colors and other settings.   I actually prefer leaving the white LED on when watching TV, heck, I now leave them on 27/7 m. It makes everything look “crisper” for some reason.   Here is what I ordered: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0788Z13K2?psc=1&ref=yo_pop_mb_pd_title     Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    • I've seen others use that kind of backlighting.  How do you control the colors?   Is there a practical use for the lights, ie makes the TV look better, easier on the eyes, etc, or is the lighting purely for effect?
    • No wonder she won an Oscar for this! That was quite a monologue. 
    • Yep, like a K43, as I discovered. But for those who want some really great drivers. AE are tops. Expensive but worth it.
    • Thanks to a fellow forum member’s recommendation, I picked up some LED lighting to go behind my TV. Very good use of $40!


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