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Welcome Jay, nice system, that screen is huge!

Did you mean to say you were considering a RP160m as a rear surround?

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Very nice!  If you have skylights or large windows in the room, it will feel like the drive'in, lol.  Enjoy!

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Well I have to say great HT and systems everyone.  I wish you all success with future builds as well.  Here is my current setup situation. I hope one day to have a huge room to build a bigger/better soundstage & HT.

 

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Welcome Jay, nice system, that screen is huge!

Did you mean to say you were considering a RP160m as a rear surround?

Thanks.  Yes, debating RP160m vs. RP280F as rear.  Have the RP250s as side surrounds.

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The 280's would be nice if it is easy to fit in the room.  The room looks to be large.  A couple more subs would would crush the room for a nice movie effect.

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The 280's would be nice if it is easy to fit in the room.  The room looks to be large.  A couple more subs would would crush the room for a nice movie effect.

Had a feeling that the 280Fs would be better - though they'd only be 4 feet from the back of the couch.  

I forgot to mention the subs - have 2 BIC Acoustech PL-200s

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Well I have to say great HT and systems everyone.  I wish you all success with future builds as well.  Here is my current setup situation. I hope one day to have a huge room to build a bigger/better soundstage & HT.

 

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Awesome pic, lots of copper in that room….sweet!

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33 minutes ago, Gandalf007 said:

What do you guys use if you need to tilt up your center channel speaker?

My center speaker is mounted above the video screen, and I use rubber door stops to tilt it down. I'm sure they'd work for up-tilting as well.
 

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35 minutes ago, Gandalf007 said:

What do you guys use if you need to tilt up your center channel speaker?

Sent from my SM-G930P using Tapatalk
 

The RC64II has an adjustable middle leg (bolt with rubber tip) that can be used / adjusted for angling up

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The RC64II has an adjustable middle leg (bolt with rubber tip) that can be used / adjusted for angling up




I wish the RP-450c did as well.

Sent from my SM-G930P using Tapatalk

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Weird, I would think it did. Have you looked on the bottom for an insert somewhere? A lot of folks never realized the 64 did and threw away the leg.

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Nice setups Fresh123. You sure utilized the area very well in the bedroom pic. That's a sweet cabinet also.

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15 minutes ago, Fresh123 said:

Thanks Ceptorman ! The bedroom wall is a custom build between the closets 

Is that cultured stone? Looks very nice.

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