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    as much a work in progress as anyone else's...

    Integra DTR 60.5
    Acurus A200x3
    '72 walnut vertical Cornwall
    R-28F rear (my gift 1st Klipsch pair!)

    sidelined (for now) my '84 Heresy I FB's

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    CW ii BR - Houston

    N/A - happened to come across these on flea bay. CW ii BR, seller says, and tags support iirc, 1986 models. starting bid right now = $600. who knows where it'll end up. xo are not shown, and only 1 label-s/n flea bay CW ii BR
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    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    agreed, and I have done the same thing in already being older than my Dad. he was taken from us too young. had a massive stroke at 55, died of C at 57. as I approached & passed the anniv of his death when I was 57, it was difficult. I have been able to move on. either we do or we don't. hopefully we all are strong enough to pass most challenges given us.
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    College football 2018

    wishful corndog thinking I believe
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    Help buying new TV, old one died (TV bought!)

    we bought our last TV - Samsung UN55HU7200 55" curved screen 4k UHD about 3-4 yrs ago. Samsung seemed to have the best picture in a close race I think over Vizio. fiance was hard to move away from the curved screen feature, but PQ was excellent. ours has done very well. not completely problem free but very good.
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    Help buying new TV, old one died (TV bought!)

    yes, MUCH better!!! Thank you!!! riiiiiigght - McDonald's drinks. that's it
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    Help buying new TV, old one died (TV bought!)

    but the picture you offer there is just ABSOLUTELY AWFUL. what's wrong with it? oh wait - I know this... it's the content that is ruining that shot.
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    BigStewMan

    oh man. wow. praying here too.
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    WTB MP3 Music Files

    yeah, I don't think laptops are typically good swimmers
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    DIY kit-feedback

    so does anyone have any opinions on comparison of this to any "ready-made, plug & play" products like R-115SW, any SVS products, etc.? bang per $ lol, frequency comparisons, SPL? thanks in advance. -John
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    DIY kit-feedback

    thanks Dave. appreciate your input as well as Emile's. and as I'm typically slow to react when needing (more WANTING than needing. I'm sure you fellas know exactly what I mean.) WAF to spend the coin, this probably won't happen anytime soon. but again, doing what I do, I like to try to gather experienced advice to try to make the best possible informed decision.
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    DIY kit-feedback

    I understand. mine, well my wife-to-be, has cut me off regarding speakers. she says NO MO. but she's also said "they don't get any bigger than the K horn, do they?" of course I answered with a BIG smile "oh yeah. here, check these babies out!!!" as you can see, right now our room just has little room for anything more. as a slight aside - I only recently became re-employed following a post murder merger downsizing. while job searching we were ready to move elsewhere if a good job dictated it. we didn't have to move. so that has become a hopeful elective possibility down the road. I would like something a little larger than we have now. WITH CORNERS 😎
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    DIY kit-feedback

    @Emile I wish I could use a Heresy, 3rd Cornwall, or had other choices. but this is the setup that passed the WAF so this is what I have to work with.
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    DIY kit-feedback

    gotcha. and I agree that using either my source (AVR) or even using 1 ch from my Acurus main amp (200w) I don't think would be really enough power to adequately drive a sub well. and thanks for the idea on your Dayton. hadn't thought or searching the bay, but excellent idea, given proper vetting prior to purchase. doing what I do, I made a list of what seemed to be most highly recommended center ch speakers. I do think eventually I'll be adding one of them too. may have a lot to offer. what I think I like at this point are, in order of my preference beginning with most preferred: 1) - KLF-C7; 2) - RC-64 ii 3) - RC-62 ii
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    DIY kit-feedback

    @Cody_Mack correct. no 'actual' center speaker (at this time). down the road, maybe, but not right now. I like the current setup I have. the fiance thinks we need a center (or wants one). maybe we do. right now, I'm not convinced. I want the LFE/ lows particularly in the action movie genre we both enjoy. good luck in your search as well Rick. thanks! -John
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    DIY kit-feedback

    @Emile - thanks for the feedback Emile. sounds like you like yours pretty well, positively impressed with sound, overall results, build quality - all that. by "passive" use - and I do ask that, as I'm not sure if I'm using the term correctly - I ask if I use the term correctly here, that this type kit would be a passive kit as in the amp is separate from the sub. as compared to for ex a R-115SW that I think has amp + speaker all in one so to speak that I also ask is that one an "active" sub? at any rate, thanks again for your contribution sir. you're ok. I don't care what everyone else says.
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