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  1. Always enjoy your videos and forum contributions.
  2. Well, I looked at TVs for an hour tonight. Ended up liking this one the best: https://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-65-class-led-8-series-2160p-smart-4k-uhd-tv-with-hdr/6325564.p?skuId=6325564 The picture looked fantastic, much better than the similarly priced Sony and LG models I looked at. It's a lot of TV for the money. Didn't buy it yet. I think I'll order it and have it delivered.
  3. Speaker wire? Paul Klipsch used lamp cord. If you don't want to use that, any 12 to 18 AWG wire that's 100% OFC. RCA interconnect? Get something shielded.
  4. Probably not for decades. https://www.nytimes.com/1995/07/18/us/last-us-tv-maker-will-sell-control-to-koreans.html
  5. My wife is having a girl's night at our place tomorrow so I think I'll drive to the Fargo Best Buy, it's a little over an hour from where I live. I went to that one last winter when I was there to sell some speakers to a guy and was really impressed at the variety of TVs they had on display, probably double the number of TVs than the Best Buy closer to me has. Unless they have a fantastic deal on a UHD player I'll probably hold off on getting one for now and use my roku 4k stick for the time being.
  6. I know. It's just that every time I've bought a new TV I've always went up in both picture quality and size. I guess a trip to Best Buy is in order to actually see them in person.
  7. Current TV is a 70" 1080p Sharp Aquos Quattron that I've had since 2013. It's been an awesome TV. With prices dropping fast on 4k TVs I'm really wanting to make the jump. So, here's my dilemma. I'm considering going with a 65" Sony X800G (on sale $698) or a 75" Samsung NU6900 (on sale $749). I'm going to assume the Sony will have a slightly better picture. Would you rather go with the smaller screen with the better picture or the larger screen just for the sheer size of it? $750 is the max I want to spend so if you suggest other TVs please take that into consideration.
  8. Can you put your surrounds on stands? Post a pic of how you have them currently set up.
  9. If this comment was directed to the original poster, they haven't visited the forum in over 14 years.
  10. Yep. Post it in the Garage Sale section of the forum.
  11. 1990. Flip the first two digits around.
  12. 7 degrees with a wind chill of -9. Probably will set record lows tonight.
  13. wuzzzer

    The Irishman

    Didn't you mean to post this in the Lounge?
  14. You can find something that "clamps" on the top and bottom and allows you to place it on the side, aimed at your listening position.
  15. I'm glad I was able to see The Eagles about 6 years ago in Minneapolis. They put on a great show. Talking to a guy in the audience he said he called their concerts "CD live." They stay true to the original recording and sound unlike many artists who add a little too much flair to their songs for the live performance. I liked it that way. I want to hear the songs as I know them, not some weird remix.
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