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    Indy
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    KB OO..........H WL..........KB OO

    F II WO............................F II WO

    PC-12NSD, Denon AVR 789, HD-DVD A35, PS3, Vizio M65

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  1. Davis

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    I had a good friend who was into the 9c1 cars. I spent a lot of time riding in and remember one fun trip i drove to the Michigan NASCAR race driving from Indy to MIS at night with almost everyone getting out of the way while he slept. The Buick Roadmaster with the LT1 is also a fav especially in the wagon. If you can find a woodie delete model.
  2. Davis

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    Buick used the 2004r transmission built to task. Same as the rear end, Buick used the stronger 8.5 ring gear for additional strength. There was a lot of thought put into that package.
  3. Davis

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    I was really considering selling my 1987 Regal Turbo T last year. Glad I decided not to. The market has really turned back up for this vehicle, that wasn't the reason for keeping it. My biggest delimma is I have a bunch of go fast parts for it, but finding a nice unmodified or one with limited mods is getting harder to find where as highly modded ones are easier to find.
  4. Davis

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    The Grand National was killed off by the front wheel drive Regal. They extended GN production until December to make as many as possible. Living in a GM town of 20,000 employees (back in the day) to an overall population of 100,000 people there are quite a few of them still around. I remember in 1987 the local dealer Heckman Buick had 25 Grand nationals all sitting in a row on the new car lot. Wish I would have gotten a pic of that.
  5. Davis

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    In typical GM fashion they got the powertrain right in 2005 for the SSR with a 6.0 LS2 and Tremec manual transmission then axed it in 2006.
  6. Davis

    Cables, Coffee, and Cocktails

    ^^^^^^ My eyes, My eyes. I know beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, but really.
  7. Davis

    KPT-904

    Yea, mine is 308 sq ft. So that is 11% of 2800. So I can get by with 88 watts
  8. Davis

    KPT-904

    As stated above ^^^ The recommended power rating is for the recommended use of a 200 seat 2800 square foot theater
  9. My system is a mostly heritage 5.2.4 configuration and currently used for 90% multichannel HiFi and 10% HT. Mostly because I don't have time to watch a lot of movies. But as stated above my system does HT very well. I do not listen to any 2 channel music. My source material is all Blu-Ray concert disc and I have approx 50 of them currently. So I would like to use this thread to discuss source materials as well. My room acoustics have no modifications and I feel this is my next best place to start to improve my sound quality. I also have no idea what or where to start. I also need to get another center channel speaker as that is my wink link at the moment. I have been very unimpressed with the mix quality of every Blu-Ray disc it seems and listen mostly in multichannel stereo with all speakers playing full content. I do not use the overhead speakers for music. I prefer DTS HD Master over Dolby True HD decoding. My system: Denon X4300H utilizing Audyssey Multeq 32 Sony UHPH1 Blu-Ray Toshiba HD-DVD player Left Front- Klipshorn Center- Heresy Right Front- Klipschorn Left Rear - Belle Right Rear- Belle Front L&R Overhead- RB6 ii Rear L&R Overhead- (embarrassed to say and soon to be replaced) Subs- SVS PC13 Ultra and SVS PC12 NSD
  10. Davis

    Autism and Gut Flora - A New Study

    That very well may be the case.
  11. Davis

    Autism and Gut Flora - A New Study

    I agree it just didn't appear and in the old days it was swept under the rug and some were separated from the rest of the "herd". But not to the extent of today. Something is very wrong, The numbers are escalating in a non linear fashion to the population growth. These stats are alarming. Prevalence of autism in U.S. children increased by 119.4 percent from 2000 (1 in 150) to 2010 (1 in 68). (CDC, 2014) Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disability. (CDC, 2008) Prevalence has increased by 6-15 percent each year from 2002 to 2010. (Based on biennial numbers from the CDC) We are doing something to our children.
  12. Davis

    No More Crack Fries

    Hopcat Hash...kinda has a ring to it.
  13. I would be interested in this. My system is used 90% multi channel hi fi and 10% HT
  14. Davis

    No More Crack Fries

    Good thing I did not suggest Fentanyl Fries as a replacement.
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