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  1. Hey Sammy, Either one would be fine. Take your pick.
  2. 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
  3. 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.
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. 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.
  9. No reason to return the speakers until you're sure you have everything properly connected or you'll have the same problems with a new pair of speakers.
  10. If they do not sound right you either have your connections wrong or you AVR setting are wrong. This is a very nice speaker that really should deliver good sound. Sometimes when setting up a new system you make an error. Go back through and recheck everything, Get it right and it'll be great.
  11. Welcome to The Forum. This should be Pretty Easy. Get some Oxygen Free Copper "Speaker Cable" 16 gauge is the smallest I would use. I also would use Banana Plugs for the ease of connecting. You really do not have to pay High Prices for wire, just get a good quality and a decent thickness. If you live in a city, you should be able to go to a store and find what you need. Personally I think Best Buys wire is way over priced especially the interconnect cables. I buy my cable at Partsexpress.com and other things I want. I haven't bought speaker cable for a while and I use a 12 gauge for my mains--I like big wires. They're high quality and last for years.
  12. rebuy


    Sorry to hear of this Sad News---Know your mom loved her boy.
  13. Decent Speakers should be able to do it all. I don't need 2 different sets for HT and Music. I do have is 2 different settings, 1 for HT, different settings for Music. Because TV and Movie sources sound different from Music Sources. If I had the space for more gear--a separate room--I might use other gear. A decent speaker system will be good enough for The Masses.
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