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About SemperFiAg08

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    OPPO UDP-203, Rotel RMB-1077, OW Forte IIs (Front and Surround L/R), OW Heresy II (Front Center), KLF-C7 (Rear), F20 Cinema Sub

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  1. This will do it. I've got an F20 and I've had the gain set at roughly 1/3. Message me if you've got any questions.
  2. I've decided to look for another sub amp, and I'm listing this one for sale. I recently sent my Dayton SPA500 in for service and they sent me a brand new unit, so it's still in the box. This amp has more than enough power for any sub you throw at it, but it's way too much for my living room. I can also include the walnut housing if you're interested. Link to specs: https://www.parts-express.com/dayton-audio-spa500-500w-subwoofer-plate-amplifier--300-807
  3. Not going to have to twist my arm to convince me.
  4. That's why I'm looking for less than 500W. Barely had the gain up 1/3 the way. Currently, I've got the sub plugged into the spare channel on my Rotel amp (100WPC), and it's enough, but I'd like a little headroom to drive it a bit. 200-300W should be more than enough for me.
  5. I'll take a look at these this evening. Thanks for the rec. I'd love to do dual F20, but somehow I don't think the wife would approve...lol.
  6. I'm going off of the advice of someone with way more experience in building subs....if the plans call for something, use that. If not, you'll have a bad time (they're designed for that particular driver).
  7. I built a Walnut-veneered F20 about two years ago, and while I LOVE the way the sub sounds, I've been really letdown with the amp I chose. I've been using a Dayton SPA-500 plate amp to drive it, and I've had to send it in for repairs because the amp will thump pretty regularly after the amp has warmed up (even without the source connected). I'm already not a fan of the fact that there's no way to defeat the "auto-on" and it has kicked off during movies and shows, and as soon as it comes back from repairs, it'll be listed (in case anyone is interested). I'm looking for a replacement for it, and I'd like something that's a stand alone (to appease the wife), preferably class D, 200-300W, and ideally with a 12V trigger. I've looked at a few options, but there's no solid reviews on anything, so here's what I've already considered, but please weigh in on these or anything else I should consider: -TPA3116 mono amplifier (ebay) -Monoprice SWA-200/400 -OSD Audio SMP 200/300 -Paradigm X-300 (used) I've read about Crown and similar amps, but I'm looking for something that's not overkill. 200-300W meets what I need with a sub this large. I've searched the forum, so if there's already a post, I must have not searched the right terms.
  8. It took him a day or two to get back with me, so just give him a bit for a response. If I understood correctly, he's pretty busy, but he has responded to messages when he can.
  9. I am most definitely still interested in the Anthem, I was just waiting for a response via PM and we can work out the details. This will likely be my last audio purchase for a while (baby on the way this summer).
  10. @oldred keep your post up. I've lost deals in the past for similar reasons (and been upset), but at the end of the day, the seller is the only one with any right to the item for sale. He got a better deal, and you can't fault him for taking it, and most people would. There was nothing expressed in his ad that he would hold anything for anyone. Sure, I'm holding out, but at the end of the day, if he decided to sell what I wanted to someone else, that's his perogative, and no one else's.
  11. Yep, you sold me on the Anthem and that's the pre/pro I've been looking for, for a while now. Sent from my SM-G970U using Tapatalk
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