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  1. willland

    What I Got Today!

    So would the GGB 100 fit you? From my calculations, an 8" wrist is about the max that it would fit on widest set of holes. Bill
  2. willland

    What I Got Today!

    Across or length? 24mm at it's widest point to 21mm at it's narrowest. 135mm from bezel to tip of strap and 95mm from bezel to tip of buckle. Bill
  3. willland

    What I Got Today!

    I teetered back and forth between it and the twin sensor model(GG1000-1A3) and for only $30.00 more for the quad sensor it was a no brainer decision. GG1000-1A3 vs GGB100-1A3 For such a large watch, it does not wear that way. I have a small/medium wrist at 6.9 inches and it fits nice and snug with no prominent gaps. Bill
  4. willland

    What I Got Today!

    Yes, you just saw it. Bill
  5. Never heard the two models side by side but do have experience. I think the RF-63's are one of if not the most balanced pair of Klipsch(2-way) floorstanders I have ever heard. Fast punchy bass, coherent not blurred midrange, and some nice crisp to the treble. The RF-7's, I think you already know. Nothing I can add to that. Bill
  6. willland

    Casio G-Shocks

    Also posted in "What I Got Today" thread. Could not decide which one to post in. Got this with birthday money(yes parents still send a card and $$$) today through Amazon and all set up on the G-SHOCK app. Quad sensors: altimeter/barometer, temperature, compass, step counter. This thing does a lot. It rocks. Big and bold. Bill
  7. willland

    What I Got Today!

    Got this with birthday money(yes parents still send a card and $$$) today through Amazon and all set up on the G-SHOCK app. Quad sensors: altimeter/barometer, temperature, compass, step counter. This thing does a lot. It rocks. Big and bold. Bill
  8. @wuzzzer is spot on. In other words, you have a serious kick butt system. IMO, get one. Been running externals exclusively for 12 years and never looked back. Bill
  9. Sorry about your misfortunes. I say challenge Klipsch on the 2 year electronics warranty. Subwoofer amp failure is a known issue and they should stand by it. I never say anything like this publicly but until Klipsch starts sourcing more reliable subwoofer amps, I will not buy their subs. Not really sure what has changed, but my 13 year old Klipsch RW-10d is still in service trouble free. My 12 year old RSW-10d failed last year. Love that sub and still need to get it repaired. Bill
  10. @Jeet, Welcome to the forum. If you want casual listening for music, movies, TV, sports, and not an "authentic" HT experience, this setup would be okay. For high impact HT experience, your front speakers(left-center-right) should be at or near screen level front wall loaded and NOT in the ceiling. Atmos speakers in ceiling are ideal but not front soundstage. Bill
  11. @TheToolshed, Welcome to the forum. Sorry to hear that, I do know many employees are still working from home and that includes tech support. Good call, some of the best customer service in the business. Not the best call IMO. Very laid back compared to Klipsch. Again, great customer service. Enjoy. Bill
  12. Stick with the 3 channel. Best bang for the buck. Bill
  13. No sub out or preouts if he wanted to add a subwoofer. Bill
  14. Yes it should be a bit more power in stereo. How much, not sure but probably somewhere between 260w/ch to 280w/ch @ 8ohms if I had to guess. As far as advantages, you probably will not notice much at all. Bill
  15. Rock solid receiver. Owned a half dozen or so 80's/90's Denon integrated amps(PMAs) and they were solid performers with great reliability. Excellent setup to get started on the audiophile road. Bill
  16. And in most cases that is probably true. Flagship AVRs step it up a bit with stereo music. Maybe a stereo integrated amp with a built in DAC and a subwoofer out. https://www.accessories4less.com/make-a-store/item/yamas301bl/yamaha-a-s301-2-ch-x-60-watts-integrated-amplifier-w/built-in-dac/1.html Bill
  17. @RvdK, Welcome to the forum. I think the Heresy IIis and the Q201E will play beautifully together. Maybe pick up an NAD C326BEE or C328 to get you going. I have always found NAD to mate very well with Klipsch. I am sure other forum members will speak up and suggest more options. Bill
  18. The only way to connect a subwoofer to your 202 is through it's speaker terminals providing that the subwoofer also has speaker terminals. Otherwise you will need to swap out either the receiver or the subwoofer. Bill
  19. So how about a ball park amount so we can make a few suggestions. Bill
  20. @Jakersnet, Welcome to the forum. Bill
  21. willland

    Casio G-Shocks

    Yes love this one. I once owned a TAG Heuer Formula 1 and wore it out for many years. Loved that watch. Not an auto but kept very accurate time. Bill
  22. willland

    Casio G-Shocks

    I have owned one of these below for the last 10 years and boy do they take a beating. https://www.gshock.com/watches/analog-digital/g100-1bv Continuous use all that time, diving, hiking, sports, work, and only changed battery twice and never an issue except for recent cracks in the bezel due to extreme abuse and one band replacement. I am wanting to step it up in the G-Shock line and am looking seriously into this model. https://www.gshock.com/watches/master-of-g/ggb100-1a Anyone own this or any of the other MASTER OF G MUDMASTER models? I love the looks, functions, ruggedness. Any feedback, experiences appreciated. Bill
  23. These set the audio world on fire when they were introduced about 11 or so years ago. They were high quality, "high end" sound, multiple inputs, for low mid-fi price. I owned at least two of these in the last decade. Wish I had kept one. @emmvette, great price and good luck with your sale. Should sell fast. Bill
  24. Definitely oak. Bill
  25. @ETO, Welcome to the forum. Nice speakers, seem to be just like the ones I have. To just get you going without spending much $$$, go to your local Walmart, HD, Lowes, BB, and get say 25ft of 14 guage speaker wire. Then, find a thrift store and look for a cheap CD or DVD player and a cheap stereo receiver or multichannel receiver(AVR). While at any of those stores, make sure to get RCA stereo cables to connect CD player to receiver. Maybe $50.00 total to get you going. Where are you located? Bill
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