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  1. That crossover looks like it has about 6 Ford starter solenoids in it
  2. We will be using this option
  3. Welcome to the forum but please spell Klipsch correctly. I think they would sound pretty good probably but very un klipsch like since they offer no horn loading. Not even the midrange or highs are horns.
  4. Welcome to the forum but please spell Klipsch correctly
  5. Why don't you just use your preouts from the avr to a separate amp for your mains? That's the easiest simplest way
  6. Denon multi channel stereo
  7. To me that is an indication that his system is coloring the sound, not reproducing it faithfully
  8. I replaced all the fuses in my fuse panel of my 2001 Lexus and all I can say is wow, my stereo never sounded so good! Bass was tight yet perfectly balanced, highs were shimmering, but not strident or harsh. I listened to Diana Krall and it was as if she were in the passenger seat right next to me. I could smell her perfume which was very clean and rich, yet not overpowering with the perfect balance of fragrance and aroma with a slight hint of cinnamon overtones.
  9. Bedroom Sony went out a few weeks ago and since this is only used for casual watching before bedtime I didn't want to spend a lot on a new one. So I went to Walmart and picked up a hisense 55 inch 4k smart tv with 120 refresh rate. So not bottom of the line but it was on sale for 248 dollars. Has a great picture and the blacks are super dark while whites really pop very vivid. Really think I got about the best tv I could for that amount of money. Very pleased. That Sony was 14 years old btw. Don't know how the sound is on the hisense. Use an older kenwood integrated and a pair of cf1s for sound in there.
  10. All those things will depend on your room and how far away from each speaker you are and to a certain extent your personal preferences for bass etc. It would be impossible for anyone to make these recommendations without knowing a lot more information and even then it would just be an educated guess. I am not a fan of audyssey at all but in your case I would say run it and fine tune the settings from there.
  11. I'd definitely go with a year or two old top of the line avr over a brand new lower tier one. Love my denon avr4311ci. Went from a lower end onkyo to it. And yes I use a separate amp for the front lascalas and it was an improvement.
  12. My lascalas sound best and image best when they intersect a couple of feet behind me. Maybe the difference in the horns between them and the reference series speakers?
  13. If your subwoofer will fit through the door to your house it's not too big. And if it won't, make the door hole bigger or move
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