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  1. guitarist155
    07-24-2011 08:41 PM
    If you are talking about the ones hanging in front of the receiver, they are the temporary IR emitters for the remote until the stuff for hardwiring the IR control comes. As the system is in an equipment room and not in the theater.
  2. vabney84
    07-24-2011 08:25 PM
    hey nice setup but i have a ? what are those cables that got that red end thats coming from your receiver
  3. Bluvette
    07-23-2011 10:52 PM
    Thanks for the feedback.I have a Denon 3311 and with Audyssey set my subs run @ +2 db. So I dialed up the receiver to +7 db and lowered my gain on my subs and reset them to 75dbs on the slp meter using the gain on the subs. Now the transducer is hitting pretty good may have to dial it down on the Dayton amp. For the hell of it I ordered this plate amp I got it for $109 shipped. I am going to install it into a MDF box I will build. What do you think?? Thanks again.


  4. Bluvette
    07-23-2011 09:07 PM
    Thanks for the reply. The picture you see is how I had the transducer mounted originally, which was mounted to the seat frame. I contacted Parts Express where I purchased it and the tech said to take it off the frame and move it to the seat springs (the ones the cushion sets on right under my butt). So what I did was to cut the wood down a bit smaller and attached the transducer back to it, drilled holes into the wood then ziptied the wood with the transducer to the seat springs. As for the amp it's 150w total 75 per channel, I am only using one channel so 75 watts. I was also thinking the same thing about the receiver setting for the sub, so I will check on that. Also I do have about a 1/2 of inch between the transducer and wood. Thanks again for the help.

  5. Mr. Joshua
    06-08-2010 04:47 AM
    Mr. Joshua
    Like your home theater setup cool system!

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