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  1. Hi, Thanks for the info! Also, would any RCA audio connector work till I buy new cabling for the subwoofer? Thanks, Joe
  2. Hi, Should I spend $40 for 13 feet of expensive "Monster Subwoofer 400sw High Performance Cable"? Please explain the advantage of more expensive subwoofer cabling [if any]. Thanks, Joe
  3. Hi, Is the Quintet™ SL Home Theater $799 System discontinued? Vanns is selling it for $500, which includes the $400 "free" Klipsch SUB10 [free shipping and not "B" Stock [from Circuit City]. My combo family and dining room is 384 sqare feet by 9 foot ceiling = 3500 cubic feet [30% open space] Please advise. Thanks, Joe
  4. Hi, Is the Quintet™ SL Home Theater $799 System discontinued? Vanns is selling it for $500, which includes the $400 "free" Klipsch SUB10 [free shipping and not "B" Stock [from Circuit City]. My combo family and dining room is 384 sqare feet by 9 foot ceiling = 3500 cubic feet [30% open space] Please advise. Thanks, Joe
  5. Hi, My 400 sq ft open room [20x20x9 = 3600 cubic feet] is a combination of a 200 sq ft [1800 cubic feet] dining room and a 200 sq ft living room [where I will be listening to my system]. To put the subwoofer in the corner, the wiring I would be about 60 feet from my receiver [up and down the 9 foot walls, etc]. What kind of wiring would work? Is this worth the hassle or should I just put the subwoofer next to the revceiver? Don't need to rock the walls, but do want quality. Thanks, Joe
  6. Hi, My 3600 cubic foot room contains a dining area of 1800 cubic feet and a living area [my listenting area] of 1800 cubic feet. Since sound is need in only have of the area, do I need to refer to 400 sq feet or 200 sq feet as my room size when determining what size subwoofer? Please advise. 20x20 = 400 sq feet; 3600 cubic feet Total room size 20x10 = 200 sq feet; 1800 cubic feet Dining area 20x10 = 200 sq feet; 1800 cubic feet Living area [listenting area] Thanks, Joe
  7. Thanks for the info! Little confused about what you meant by "watching movies". 90% of the time I will be watching tv [including tv movies], 5% watching Blu-ray DVD movies, and 5% listening to Blu-ray DVD music. Thanks, Joe
  8. Hi, I've checked out the specs on these three subwoofers, but I keep reading SVS and Velodyne are better. I want a sub thats good for Tv [90%] and music [10%]. 400 sq foot [3600 cubic feet] room which includes 200 sq feet for dining area and 200 sq feet for family area with Tv. Please advise. Klipsch Sub-10 200 RMS 28-120Hz $400 Velodyne DEQ-10R 195 RMS 28-120Hz $549 SVS 10" NSD 300 RMS 20-100Hz $429 Thanks, Joe
  9. Hi, Going to buy Quintet SL system. Should I get a 10 or 12 inch subwoofer [mainly for tv]? Room is 400 sq ft [3600 cubic ft]. sub-10 [200 watts contiuous] sub-12 [300 watts continuous] A/V Receiver Yamaha RX-V665 SPECIFICATIONSRMS Output Power (1kHz)90W x 7 RMS Output Power (20Hz - 20kHz)630W (1kHz)Please advise. Thanks, Joe
  10. Hi, Is the Quintet SL system being discontinued? BestBuy salesperson said it was on Friday May 22, 2009. Please advise. Thanks, Joe
  11. Hi, I have a 360 sq ft room which includes a family room and a dinining area. The family room listening area is 240 sq ft. What size subwoofer should I get with the Quintet SL Home Theatre system? Thanks, Joe
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