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Rayman

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About Rayman

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  • Birthday 01/26/1957

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    naples florida
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    corvettes, harley-davidsons and audio equiptment.
  • My System
    55 inch sony t.v. sony strda-5800es avr, sony bdp-5000es / bdp-1700es / scd-xa5400es / panamax mr5100 / klipsch r-112sw x2 / rf-82II / rc-62II / rs-52II / rb-61ll monster cable and pangea interconnects, speaker and power cables.

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  1. Rayman

    Your Top 3 Receivers and Why?

    Sony es gear!
  2. The specs sheet for rf-82ll says the tweeter is a compression driver, is it the same design used as in the rf-7ll but just in a smaller size?
  3. 17.75 in. From outside surrrond to outside surround.
  4. Rayman

    Rc-62ii with rf-7ii

    On an unrelated topic, I have a fairly large listening room and stacked my rf-82ii on top of my dual r-112sw, and the overall presentation is impressive. A wall of sound!
  5. Rayman

    Rc-62ii with rf-7ii

    Thanks! Decisions, decisions, decisions...
  6. Rayman

    Rc-62ii with rf-7ii

    Has any one used this set up and been OK with the sound? I know it's not ideal, but is it a huge compromise from the rc-64ii
  7. Rayman

    klipschorn mod.

    Has anyone done or heard of converting a standard k-horn into a type of 60th ann. model, by enclosing the rear of the bass bin, and be able to toe in the speaker and remove it from corner loading?
  8. sorry for your bad experience with es gear, ive owned nothing but for past 8 years with no problems, the latest flagship avr 5600es is fantastic sounding with the klipsch referenceii speakers im using, ill just hope my luck with dependability holds up...
  9. also try sony es avrs, they make a great pairing.....
  10. Rayman

    SW112 does not auto power off?

    Not that i can think of... only increased power consumption, at least we all know its a common problem and each one of us can decide the best way to handle it. it doesnt appear to have any other issues in regards to the subs power amp or operation, I say forget about it and ROCK ON !!!
  11. Rayman

    SW112 does not auto power off?

    I feel your pain! I got 2 of them, and neither one of the auto positions work on mine. I just reach around and turn them off at night, but i agree they DO ROCK!!! I guess we could return them, but i"ve decided to live with it .
  12. Rayman

    subwoofer crossover hz / L.F.E. signals

    I want to thank everyone for the GREAT feed-back on this topic i started.... one wouldnt think there was so much to consider when setting up crossover points on subs, I think it helps when we remember that L.F.E. and bass management are 2 seperate items that must work together at times! and each of our systems will be set up, maybe differently when it comes to crossover points, but the general rules still apply.... Ray
  13. Rayman

    subwoofer crossover hz / L.F.E. signals

    Thank you! well explained. I guess the problem i was having was trying to figure out the difference between L.F.E.and bass management, so JUST to put this in simple terms... with a TRUE .1 LFE channel such as dvd/blue-ray/sacd multi, use 120hz crossover to get the full signal. with subwoofer bass management thru the avr ( NOT a L.F.E. .1 ) say crossed over 80hz, use that or slightly higher for a crossover point and not 120hz so as not to have "bass bloat" from 80hz to 120hz, again thanks, i wonder how many systems are not set up this way, i know mine wasnt.......also the "small" speaker selection must be taken into account.
  14. Rayman

    subwoofer crossover hz / L.F.E. signals

    dont remember what magazine it was, but i did read it because it struck me odd that there was not a slope on the bass roll off, so do you think that the sub crossover point on SACD/DVD/BR 5.1 signals should always be 120hz as not to lose ANY bass info? (with the .1 being a discreet channel)
  15. Could use some input... im pretty sure that the L.F.E. / .1 channel of both D.V.D. and blue-ray are from 10hz or so up to 120hz where it hits a brick wall, no 121hz signal at all. so it is best to run the sub crossover at 120hz or by-pass it. Question is about SACD multichannel 5.1 discs... does the same 120hz "brickwall" cut off apply and it is best to run the sub as above, OR does the receivers crossover points set up for small speakers (in my case 60hz) do the bass management? I guess a better way to say it is ... are ALL .1 L.F.E. signals 120hz and below, reguardless the source.... D.V.D. / BRD / SACD?
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