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  1. The Bluesound is maybe the best purchase I ever made. I stream music from the HDD's on my PC and Amazon Prime non HD.
  2. Panasonic DP-UB820 gets good reviews and has analog outputs
  3. I picked these up from Dave today...He's a real Gentleman and a die hard Klipsch guy, thanks Dave!
  4. That's interesting, I noticed that there is a 1/2" difference in cabinet size between the two series.
  5. That's another good point wuzzzer, that's why I asked on this forum, I knew you guys would have some things to say that I never thought of. Thanks to all who replied!
  6. LOL... Sorry about the spelling, just in time for Christmas. Good points though MC. I think it might be smart to just leave them alone.
  7. A guy an hour away from me is selling these. Everything is series ii Except for one woofer. Help me decide if I should buy them or not. The asking price is $440 and I don't have any idea how well the work was done as far as being air tight etc. The cabinets are so so, the usual chips from age.
  8. I put on a concert dvd I'm familiar with last night and turned the volume up on my sub amp and it sounded much better. I have all set small with lfe and 60hz xover for the mains. I'm used to the sweet sound of my old B&K Ref 50
  9. My trim levels: Front L -5.5 Front R -5.5 Center -6.5 SW -4.5 Sur L +1.5 Sur R +1.5 My SW is an Ascendant Audio Avalanche 15 with a Dayton 1000 watt amp from Parts Express
  10. Kind of confusing when LFE+Mains is even available when the mains are set to Small you'd think it would be greyed out. Same with the Xover, when the speakers are set to Large you can still adjust the Xovers.
  11. Thanks for the clarification...tons of great info here
  12. This is also true, LFE+Mains is a setting that is for the Large setting only. This should be set to LFE , speakers to Small and then experiment with the crossover point. The crossover point that should work the best will be determined by how low your speakers go and what makes a good blending point for your subwoofer and speaker. Again using Large means NO crossover is used, even if you can set a crossover point it does nothing. Also yes it's very true to use what sounds the best, however with a little learning and experimenting you can discover what really does sound the best. There is a lot of difference between a hodge podge this sounds good and a well calibrated system, if you really want your systems sound quality to shine it takes a little learning and some experimentation. You mean when set to Small I can set my Fortes to Xover at 40hz?
  13. I changed everything to Small and 80HZ,cranked up my sub by 3db and set it to LFE+Mains ( not sure about that setting) but anyhow while watching Robert Plant on Palladia channel in Dolby Digital I hardly had any bass at all. My system sounded very thin almost reminded me of Bose...lol. What kind of material do you guys listen to for your adjustments music or movies or both? I had Dynamic EQ on and Reference Level Offset 10db. So far my old setting of Large Mains and 40 HZ Xover was better but I just started listening to this new setting. Also the Robert Plant concert may not have had much bass in it.
  14. Thanks for all the help..seems the consensus is to try it both ways. This will take some time but should be fun Wow Derrickdj1 a 15 or two 12's. If that's the case I don't feel so bad setting them as small.
  15. I have a Denon X4000 with Audyssey XT32 and Forte mains. I have them set at large with the XO set at 60 hz. I have read that they should always be set at small unless they go down to 20 hz. I do have a subwoofer also. What do you guys think?
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