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rebuy

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  1. Try NOT to hold a grudge...That's today's problems..Many people are Holding them..Be Different. Hey July 4th is my Cat's Birthday--We named him Rocket. Rocket Man.
  2. Maybe I should get some Better Klipsch also. Were going to be buying a house soon and I'm looking for room enough for a pair or set of La Scala's -- My wife will just have to Get With The Program....😀
  3. The sound processor looks Great. I'm not so sure about the BasX line--You ever heard them. When you load that 7 Channel one up the power drops to 80 watts. Is that normal for a Power Amp? The other one I looked at on the Emotiva site was the A-5175 a 5 channel and it looks bigger. I'm not going to buy a Marantz and a Amp. I'm going to buy a Sound Processor & Amp or a Big A$$ AVR. The Outlaw weighs 14 lbs more than the Emotiva. That's a lot. What do you think? Thanks for responding
  4. OK, Soon I'm gonna upgrade the electronics. I want more Headroom, Dynamics, and life like sound. I'm running my 80 WPC Denon which drops to about 60 to 65 watts in 5 channel. So I need some serious advice. Do I go with a Outlaw 5000 @ 120 WPC or something like a Marantz SR 7012 @ 125 WPC. I want the most Current/ Amperage for 5 Channel. I think when a Lower tier Denon like mine is put in the 5 channel mode for music it loses alot of ----oh it just sucks the life out of music. If I bought the Marantz--I would worry about that too since it's an AVR. Outlaw's next model up is 7 Channels @ 125 Watts so power is minimal. Some good opinions by you Experienced Guys/Gals would really help. I want to make a Quality Purchase and I do have some flexibility in spending but don't want to spend as much as the price of a car. Thanks
  5. Bob Seger is Still the Same.
  6. Hey Sammy, Either one would be fine. Take your pick.
  7. I ❤️ Radio. I can listen to anything from anywhere. If I miss Rush Limbaugh from noon to 3 I tune in my Hawaii Station since they're 6 hours behind us. Music--Talk, Most things for entertainment at home or in the car. At Home though I usually use Apple itunes
  8. About the only time I get ear fatigue is if I'm listening to bad Bob Dylan recordings. If you get it from good recordings your system is set up wrong. I can listen all day and not get "Ear Fatigue", just great sounds.
  9. I've owned a couple of Goldwings Yeah, they're quiet but they can be very fast in the right hands. Almost like riding a rocket. I had a 1200 cc and a 1500cc. I liked the way the 1200cc was geared the best. That bike could take your breath away. I rode "nice" with the wife on the back.
  10. I'd use 16 gauge wire--18 is too small Look at these refurbished receivers--I bought a Denon, works fine and saved me money. Within your budget. https://www.accessories4less.com/make-a-store/item/denavrs930h/denon-avr-s930h-7.2-ch-x-90-watts-a/v-receiver-w/heos/1.html https://www.accessories4less.com/make-a-store/item/pionvsxlx302/pioneer-elite-vsx-lx302-7.2-ch-x-100-watts-a/v-receiver/1.html Take a Peek
  11. Don't tell the "Other Forum" you own Klipsch. They'll make fun of you and tell you how BAD Klipsch sounds. They're not very nice. GLWS
  12. Personally I can't see spending large amounts of money on cooling fans when they can be had pretty cheap. With a USB port, I'd consider a Laptop Cooling Pad. They're inexpensive and QUIET. They come in various configurations from 1 fan on a chassis to 4 or 5 fans. All you want to do is draw heat away from the AVR. Amazon has a Boatload of them. Some even have pretty red and blue lights--Hahahaha. You can get a pretty nice one for 30 bucks
  13. I quit buying 5.1 "Sound Mixes" Some were good and some I didn't care for. On DVD Hell Freezes Over was very good but you got pictures. Music I can just let the AVR decode stereo into 5 channels. It works pretty well and saves me money. As said before, some mixes sound better without the center but most stereo sounds good decoded through the Denon.
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