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Frank1938

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  1. So the long-awaited moment finally arrived. Congratulations to both and much happiness.
  2. dtel, since your BD player has 7.1 outputs and your receiver has 6.1 inputs, I would use the processor in the player and bypass the processor in the receiver. The player will be able to process the latest codexes and send them to the receiver. Check your BD manual for the proper settings. If you have problems, send me an e-mail with your phone # and I'll call you to explain the connections.Frank
  3. dtel, you will want to use the side surround outputs of the player and ignore the rear surround outputs. If your amp/receiver is 7.1, you could connect the center forté to one of the rear surround outputs. If your amp/receiver is 5.1, I would go with 5.1.Frank
  4. detel, there are not many true 7.1 soundtracks on movies. I had 7.1 for awhile but sold a pair of Heresy IIIs and went to 5.1. Didn't notice any difference by dropping down. You could keep your 6.1 configuration since you have the equipment. Frank
  5. Aaah, DTEL, want to edit your response?[] Edit: That's better. []
  6. Have a happy Klipsch day. Temps to reach 95 here today. Not bad for upstate NY. Frank
  7. Well, slowpoke, I was thinking the same thing about CapZark I used to think slower was better. Think "Sixty Minute Man." Now it takes 60 minutes to "Gitty Up Go" [:'(]
  8. If Dollar Bill sees that rig, he is going to be after me again to go get the bass bins he wanted badly []
  9. You didn't give us much to work with. If the sound is coming out of both speakers, I would look first at the Carver equipment and everything connected to it. Disconnect everything going into your preamp first. If you still have the static, disconnect the preamp. If still there, off to the shop. If it is just one speaker, switch connections to see if it goes to the other speaker. Frank Edit: Wow, you guys type faster than I do.[]
  10. If you live close by and want to listen to some tube amps, let me know. I'm around most of the time.
  11. O.K. but don't let that amp be a guide for choosing tube over solid state. A "good" tube amp will be much more impressive.
  12. It's a mono amp. For what do you intend to use it? Frank
  13. Each speaker has corner mouldings that wrap around the corners with a roundover routed on the corner and painted gold. Amps in each speaker are 100w SS. There is also a Leslie attached but I couldn't get a clear photo of it. So, it appears that your speakers are different in design as far as the front grill is concerned. Hope this helps. Frank
  14. Rodgers organ with La Scala speakers (full grill)
  15. You are going to love the tube sound, especially with those speakers. Tube rolling is a minor expense for you now. [] Lots of guys on here with experience with tube rolling.
  16. I think you have already reached it Don. When you get it all dialed in, you can coast down hill and just enjoy the music. Frank
  17. If you just want to stream audio and are not concerned about a remote, check out one of these gizmos. They come up on e-Bay once in a while and work very well. I create playlists using napster and send the audio to my two-channel system. Also works with Pandora as well as Windows Media Player. I have several transmitters and receivers for backups since they aren't made anymore. You can listen to music and still use the computer w/o any problem. Can't beat the price. http://cgi.ebay.com/RCA-Lyra-Wireless-Transmitter-/120606431731?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0 Frank
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