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  1. Tobandax
    05-27-2014 01:19 PM
    I just changed my upstairs centre speaker config. Will post new pics soon. I found the tv too high when above the paradigm centre. I have removed the tv riser, moved the tv forward on the ENT unit, and used a spare pair of speaker stands behind the tv, sitting on the ent unit, with the centre speaker now above the tv. Sounds ok, but will tweak a bit more by using so rubber wedges to angle it down toward the seating position. My wife rolled her eyes.
  2. ldgibson76
    05-26-2014 02:05 PM
    Hello Tobandax. Thanks for the info about the Lian Li solution. I will do more research on the product. I'm hoping to one day have a "One HTPC does all" configuration in the near future. The Lian Li looks like it would be a very effective storage vehicle. Thanks again.
  3. Tobandax
    05-26-2014 02:33 AM
    Thanks for your comments. Idgibson76, The Lian Li are used for 1080p hi-def movies and shows. The convenience of having them "on tap" is great. The number of external hard drives became crazy, and with each one needing a power point, made things impossible. The Lian Li solution allows for future upgrades when they make 10tb hard drives I try to keep them organised so one box is movies, one for tv drama and comedies, one for sci fi. I have used my old Samsung story 2tb ext drives under the centre speaker for HD and SD documentaries., music and photo back ups.
  4. cchunter
    04-17-2014 06:19 PM
    LOL at your reply! Thanks for accepting request!
  5. Spurrier Sucks
    03-13-2014 12:01 AM
    Spurrier Sucks
    Thanks for the comments you left for me. Complete? You know better than that. It's a never ending journey. I must say that I am quite happy with what I have with both movies and music now. Music more than ever. I've learned that learning cost some money. I really like a direct firing tweeter for music over the omnidirectional tweeter. I also think going too big can be too much for a smaller room. I have much more to learn but I'm enjoying the education.
  6. Revolver517
    01-21-2014 09:02 PM
    The 105 has exceeded my expectations by far. I absolutely love it I'm mad at myself for not purchasing one sooner. I mainly was into movies at first, but now I've ventured more into music as well. That's were the 105 is a beast not only the built quality, but the audio playback. I've played regularly cds, concert blu-rays, and hi-rez audio through it's analog outputs. Sounds fantastic! I appreciate your comment on my gallery thank you keep me posted on your decision on the 105.
  7. Billy13
    06-13-2013 06:47 PM
    Exactly what price range I'm talking about and I know Carver makes a quality product
    Timing is entire living room system, $ all used, except tv which was bought new
  8. Billy13
    06-13-2013 05:21 PM
    Thank you sir for your kinds words of advice I had actually been looking into that. I was under the impression that I could not add an amplifier due to no pre outs on the receiver. However JimHawkins found a post for me saying that I can use line out converters to achieve the addition of an amp! that made me smile ear to ear. I know those Polks are beggin for more power. Is there a line out converter that allows for all five channels? And that xpa-5, big bucks ya? I'm a very low budget fella
  9. Johnny Vinyl
    04-25-2013 02:18 PM
    Johnny Vinyl
    Thanks for the friend request buddy! One can never have too many! And you know, I never looked at my list either, so my return apologies for that! BTW....really glad to see you back posting again!
  10. pacman9270
    04-19-2013 12:51 AM
    Thanks for accepting! I appreciate meeting others with the same enthusiasm. The only component I brought over was the BDT500 player. I recently purchased everything else. Ha! My wife gave me free reign to do what I want. So, I put blackout shades and curtains in the room. The two openings to the room have curtains. I'm nearing the end of Phase 1. Phase 2 is calibration, updating fixtures and cleanup.

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