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About Rivernuggets

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    Relax with Tunes
  • Birthday 12/22/1975

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  • Location
    Madison, WI
  • My System
    Home Theater:
    RF-7s (Dean G)
    RC-7 (Dean G)
    Hsu VTF-15H
    Emotiva UMC-1
    ATI AT602 (3)
    Oppo BDP-103

    2 Channel:
    KG 2.5
    Harman Kardon 730
    Sunfire TS-EQ12
    Oppo BDP-103D
    Sony XDR-F1

    Heresy I
    Heresy II
    Harman Kardon 3270
    Klipsch SW-12
    Oppo DV-980H

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  1. There's no right and wrong with this, IMO. However you choose to do it, keep that configuration the same for all terminals at each speaker and at the receiver. That keeps the polarity consistent. If you decide to connect the silver end to the black (negative) and copper to the Red (positive), do that everywhere. As far as I know you won't fry anything if the polarity is inconsistent, it just won't sound right. Bass will sound weak. Heard about this from a friend. 😃 Should add, don't touch the silver and copper wires together when the opposite end is connected to your amp or receiver. A lot of amps and receivers have built in protection against this, but don't count on it.
  2. I'm 15 mins from Sun Prairie, and can purchase and hold these for a forum member here.
  3. Glad you're keeping them together.
  4. @BATMAN5892 is looking for an RSW-15 in Cherry.
  5. Excellent gear! Best of luck with your sales.
  6. Welcome to the forum Will. Where are you located?
  7. I've purchased from @Breakdown7 in the past. Buy with confidence! Beautiful piece. Love the darker grain on both ends.
  8. There was a dude that blew through our cul de sac on an ATV. Looked fun! Odd saying it but I never got into snowmobiles. Driven friends' sleds here and there and had fun.
  9. 8" of beautiful, powdery snow. A lot more than the 1 to 3 forecast.
  10. Link Not affiliated with seller.
  11. Four Klipsch R-1800-C in-ceilings for $80. Grilles never used.
  12. There's no substitute for excellent sound. You helped me get there. RIP Bob.
  13. I've read a lot on this forum about room treatments and acoustic paneling. Many have posted here how it was one of the best improvements to their system. I look forward to doing it some day. It takes some experimenting which I haven't set aside time to do yet.
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