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About dm465531

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    PowerSound Audio 210's (LCR), DIY Volt 8 V2 (Surrounds)
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  1. dm465531

    Rega RP3 w/ Upgraded Subplatter, $500 OBO SOLD

    Sorry it sold already.
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    The last Blu-ray you watched.

    Last night we watched Signs by M.Night Shyamalan. This was the last film of his first 3 that was really any good. He had perfected his craft and he had abandoned the "twist" that he was known for, or so we thought. This was made after Unbreakable, which at the time was considered quiet a departure and failure from his first major film "The Sixth Sense". After taking about a decade off from watching this I think it has held up pretty well and still hits home. The actors and acting is strong with no weak links. I tried to get my daughter to sit through it but she thought it was too scary. The movies he made after this one beginning with "The Village" all pretty much go downhill and it was not until recently he came back into the public eye with two standout films "The Visit" and "Split". Both of which are really good.
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    The last Blu-ray you watched.

    Have not posted in awhile but went on vacation and have not been at the house to watch movies. Last night I watched a gem from the hay day of anime, Vampire Hunter D. This movie was one of the first anime movies I watched when I was in middle school. The animation is top notch and beats most of the anime made today. I prefer cell drawn animation to CG stuff any day. The movie revolves around a Dampyre that fights the nobles, the vampires. Just think Blade in a post apocalyptic earth and you got the idea. If you have some time and have never seen this movie you should definitly give it a spin.
  4. I have this turntable for a couple of years and I want to upgrade to a higher end model so this one needs to go. I have upgraded the subplatter to the super platter made from 6082 aluminum and the ceramic ball. Makes for a much smoother playing experience. It comes with the carbon cartridge, never got the Elys 2. I am asking $500 OBO.
  5. This is posting is for the much vaunted SVS SB2000. Asking $400 OBO and we can discuss shipping or local pickup (In SE Texas near Beaumont). I have the sub listed for $500 on ebay. I have the sub about 3 years and it has been in my office the whole time. I am upgrading though and would like to move this one. It comes with SVS sound isolation feet already installed. I do not have the original box any longer but it will be well packed and insured. Let me know if you have any questions.
  6. I have had this mic for awhile and used once and put back in the box. I do not forsee a need for it in the future so I am selling it. Asking $65.00 OBO. If you want pics let me know.
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    The last Blu-ray you watched.

    O buddy, O pal I got a treat for you. Watched the movie some are calling the scariest in years. Now I didnt say that but I wouldnt be the first if I had. Last nights double feature bill was Kong: Skull Island and A Quiet Place. Kong really needs no introduction and has been out for awhile. I thought it brought what was best about the King Kong movies to the forefront. The most exciting parts of the Kong movies has always been the parts on Skull Island. The monsters and everything that they encounter. Was a much tighter and well honed movie than the Godzilla remake could have hoped to be. I cant wait for the team up of Kong and Godzilla they are cooking up. Now for the coup de gras, A Quiet Place. John Krasinski is an American treasure. His performance as Jim Halbert in the Office is timeless and his transition from that character to this man that is a jack of all trades is astounding. While this may not be his first turn in the directors chair it is his first as writer and director of a major film. With his real life wife Emily Blunt in tow he crafts a quick moving cinema gym that relies on the characters more than the jump scares that have taken over horror films as of late. There are some jump scares but they are used so effectivly that I almost through my tablet across the room when I was watching this. The sound is another character for this movie. Watching late at night with the sound turned up pretty loud would be the way to watch this film. The other actors are also really good. I liked that they casted a actress that is actually hearing impaired and had the balls to do most of the movie in sign language and subtitles. The mosters are used sparingly at the beginning and really ratch up the tension as the movie moves along. Probably one of the best movies of the year in any genre so far. If you like to be scared and are tired of men in tights flying through the air give this one a spin.
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    I have been using the amp, bought it used, for about the past year and it played my system of RP280FA to raucous levels. Had no problem playing them loud and clean. Just reading this review will tell you all you need to know about the amp. Can't go wrong with it and it plays nicely with the more economical level AVR's.
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    The last Blu-ray you watched.

    Last night was a doozy folks. I remember watching this in my younger days since the box cover definitley would have caught my eye. Of course it comes from the production house of Roger Cormen...Galaxy of Terror! Ok this is of course a blatant rip off of Alien and well any other scifi movie of the 80's. This movie has the amazing Robert Englund as well as the formidable Sid Haig. It is also known for having the rape of a woman by a huge maggot. WTF!? James Cameron was a unit director on this movie also. Now for the movie. Of course it is schlock. Going into this thinking anything but will make the enjoyabitly of this movie plummet. It is better than half the crap that is one the SciFi channel even if this is a B movie. The effects are either matte painting or in camera and that is always a plus in my book. The effects are really pretty good and are taken seriously. If you like your movies a little campy and can take some of the sub par effects, by todays standards, you will have a good time.
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    The last Blu-ray you watched.

    Cool sometimes these sites have deals and you can find some HK versions that will be cheaper, yesasia.com and playasia.com. Of course there are others but being Japanese the blurays and dvds will always be high. I have bought numerous things through both of these sites over the years and have never had a bad experience.
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    The last Blu-ray you watched.

    None my man. 12 Strong or Pacific Rim is about the only things that have come to rent out that might do the trick.
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    The last Blu-ray you watched.

    I usually like Jeremy Irons but sometimes he plays these campy characters that should be oozing with character and than bam nothing.
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    The last Blu-ray you watched.

    The blurays are I see and the DVD's not that far behind but the cd's of the concerts are more in tune with what I would want to pay. Where did you get yours?