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  1. As most of you know I LOVE taking pics of audio gear and sharing it here with the Klipsch Community. If they say a picture is worth a 1000 words...how much is a video worth? Who knows but I thought I would try something different by posting a video of my setup. It's rare that we ever get to see who is behind the screename so I thought I would give you a snapshot of me and my Home Theater. Plus I just needed another reason to use my GoPro Hero3+ Black. Be sure to change it to 1080p in your youtube settings. To do so, you'll need to click on the Youtube link on the video and view it on Youtube instead of from within the Klipsch Forum. Enjoy
  2. Just had my third LaScala delivered two days ago. My plan is to redesign my front wall using maybe a 150" AT Screen. Below is a rough sketchup Wakejunkie drew up for me as he will be helping me build it. I love the RSW-15 but when I get ready to take it up a few notches, what sub would you recommend that would fit behind the false wall? I've looked at the Danley DTS20 as it would fit nicely between a pair of the LaScalas and then my audio equipment could go between the other pair of LaScalas. My room is 13' wide and the LaScalas are 24.5" deep so I will likely have around 30" deep to work with. Ceilings are 10' Here are the LaScala Trios next to the RF-83's.
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