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ClintonH

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  1. the sw-112 is a horrible subwoofer. Probably the worst sub I've ever had in my house. I couldn't sell them fast enough. Lol never heard em just ran across the specs and they spec out better than the other one the OP listed. Good thing you chimmed in with such force.
  2. And just another option for you, this is Klipsch sub has 50% more actual RMS power and digs a little deeper (not much). It's also $75 cheaper. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882780073&cm_re=klipsch_subwoofer-_-82-780-073-_-Product
  3. I'm sure it would match fine but I would get 2 if your able, would even out the bass and overall far better in room response.
  4. Not sure what kind of $$ your looking to spend but I run 3 JL Audio subs with my 3 modded RC-7 front stage. They are some of the cleanest subs I have heard with huge excursion for tiny footprint.
  5. I agree, if your giong to actually use your ATMOS speakers in your front towers you really can't go that high with the surrounds anyway. You need level seperation, I know I've said that a few times but really to use your speakers properly there are guidelines you should follow.
  6. Wasn't a issue just a question, I'm not in the US so have no idea what $225K buyes, here it would buy you a decent condo or town house even with the exchange. Back to your question I would still say Willland gave you the best answer in post #3. With your layout it's going to be your best bet.
  7. ClintonH

    My build

    I agree with wvu80 the new AVR's are some nice pieces, great looking setup so far.
  8. Sweet love watching a build, so many on the go right now.
  9. Correct but he's asking about setting up ATMOS so choices are limited if you want to make it work. If you don't have the seperation it's just not going to worth the $$ spent. Mine as well setup a well layed out 5.1 or 6.1 rather than worry about adding more speakers that are not going to give you any better experience. well to me id rather have a proper 5.1 before a improper 7.1 and I definitely would rather have a well setup 5.1 or 7.1 before a subpar atmos setup. Just me. I see he wants atmos since he got the atmos towers from Klipsch but me personally I'd skip it cause like I said, 225k house I ain't laying speakers out in the middle of the room. My opinion of course. Then we agree, I'm just answering what the OP asked. Ans sorry you keep bringing up the house price of $225K, is that a lot for the US? I misunderstood, even with the crazy exchange rate that kind of money wouldn't even get you into a small starter house here.
  10. Correct but he's asking about setting up ATMOS so choices are limited if you want to make it work. If you don't have the seperation it's just not going to worth the $$ spent. Mine as well setup a well layed out 5.1 or 6.1 rather than worry about adding more speakers that are not going to give you any better experience.
  11. im not opposed to putting speakers in the ceiling even if they have to be in the dining / kitchen area and aim them forward toward the 6 o clock position sofa.. this is the main place we watch tv from.. Surrounds in the ceiling will sound very odd, surrounds are supposed to be at or just above ear hieght. If your goind with Atmos they really can't be in the ceiling and work anyway, you need a certian ditance between your ear level speakers and hieght speakers to work properly.
  12. Lol I noticed that, but centered with the 7's.
  13. MAn those are some nice RF-7's, really like the full/front baffle veneer on the classics.
  14. Thank you, clarifies what you meant by 10Hz. was not trying to dispute that the JL is a great sub and you did an amazing job! NP, I just don't see the point in measuring your gear not in your room. That's where your going to use it so makes sense to see how it responds in place. And managed to get the send front 13W7 sub veneered and 2 coats of stain on tonight. I used a different brand for this one and totally doesn't match the other side since I stained it a different way as well. I like it way better so I'll end up rebuilding the first box sometime to match this one. Will be painting the front and back texture black (like the first sub) tomorrow and maybe a coat or 2 of varnish on the Walnut. Second time veneering, so be kind.
  15. Yes sir as soon as Youth said hood latch I knew it would be a bearclaw type so I'm 100% caught up. Thanks man. And yeah I have some of that extusion a tiny bit bigger and no way is that going to sag, awesome job BTW.
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