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Old 12-24-2012, 01:42 AM   #1
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Hi all,

New member and forum messenger here. Been visiting this site for years. I do not know why it took me so long to finally start posting, but it did. Oh well. A little background about me: I started my home theater experience much like many of you. I was about 16 years old, and in 1991 I got a Pioneer laserdisc player for Christmas. One day, while hooking it up, I noticed that it had Audio/Video out jacks. I remembered that I was able to hook up my NES as a kid to my stereo using the same audio out, and was able to duplicate the sound so that it was coming from my stereo and not the little mini tv speaker. I tried, on a whim, to see if the same could be done with the laserdisc. Low and behold, it could. That started a life-long pursuit to having a state of the art theater system, something I am still trying to work towards.

After figuring that out I raced to Sears, back when they had a home theater department before anyone else, and talked to a salesman and learned all about receivers, speakers, channels, something called "Pro-Logic" and a "4 channel" system.

With the help of my parents, I was able to upgrade my little stereo set to a 4 channel "Pro-Logic" home theater. I was in heaven. It was JUST like going to the movies!

Then I started hearing about "AC3" laserdiscs and how they could play..... hold onto your hats.... a 5.1!!!! system! It was so expensive to get a player and receiver to output/input that channel that I never got around to doing it. Then in 1997, I got a DVD player. OHMYGOD! This had a 5.1 output! All I needed was a new receiver and MORE speakers! Now I had a credit card, and was able to get that and was so happy that I had a system that sounded JUST like the movies!

Years passed, and I heard about this new "high definition" format called HD-DVD. Damn, I need to upgrade again! I was now married, had a decent job, and more credit cards.... so I did just that. Had heard about this new device called a XBOX 360 that had a HDDVD player addon. I had to get it. I finally had a, what is this now, a .... WOW.... 7.1 system!!!!!! Could it get any better? Playstation 3 had just come out, and yes.. it could.

I now jumped onto the Blu-Ray market, and was ever so glad that I had. Could this get any better? It sounds JUST like the movies!

Two years ago our basement flooded and luckily our homeowners insurance covered the cost of replacement for many of my electronics. I was finally going to have a plasma tv and matching speakers! Could it get any better?

In the process now, for saving for a 3D tv and replacement receiver..... did I mention that I am married. These "toys" are few and far in between anymore.

So the system that I have now, is in my signature here.

I am going to post a TON of pictures.

Without further adieu... here they are:
TV - Samsung 63" PN63B550 - to be upgraded soon
AV RCR - Onkyo TX-NR807 - to be upgraded soon
Speakers - Mirage HT ( 3 front, 4 rear ), Mirage MM-6 Sub
Blu Ray player - Sony Playstation 3
HD-DVD player - Xbox 360 Limited Star Wars w/ HD DVD player
DVR - Verizon Fios
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Old 12-24-2012, 01:56 AM   #2
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First: The buildup....

An old system:


A few years later:



Later still



The building of my system now:




TV - Samsung 63" PN63B550 - to be upgraded soon
AV RCR - Onkyo TX-NR807 - to be upgraded soon
Speakers - Mirage HT ( 3 front, 4 rear ), Mirage MM-6 Sub
Blu Ray player - Sony Playstation 3
HD-DVD player - Xbox 360 Limited Star Wars w/ HD DVD player
DVR - Verizon Fios

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Old 12-24-2012, 02:18 AM   #3
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The system now:



Close up of my highly coveted THX theater pin


Nick Knacks, Posters, and rear surround speakers:













Blu-Ray Collection:










Yup, thats Ron Weasley's wand.


Sadly, I have to limit which video game systems I have hooked up at this time (the others are in storage... and I mean ALL of the others.....) so here is my video game collection( I know it's lacking, I play a lot of World of Warcraft anymore):





A closer look at the back shelf of collectibles:



Theatrical Re-release




Original release:


Surround Mirage speakers:


The heart:


Front Mirage


Mirage sub


Receiver and PS3




Star Wars Limited Xbox 360 and DVR


Severely cut back DVD collection (a lot was sold in the creation of these shelves, to make room)






Did I mention I also collect Soundtracks?




Signed Jerry Goldsmith concert poster


If that wasn't enough, here is my Stephen King and Dean Koontz collection


Another poster


Misc collectible shelve


Nice shot of the front of the room, from the back corner



Yes, all the posters are first printings.
Yes, those are blank CDR's being used as bookshelves.

I have collected soundtracks since 1988, I have over 3000. Most of the books are first editions, many are signed.

Not bragging, just wanted to show off my collection! I hope you enjoy.
TV - Samsung 63" PN63B550 - to be upgraded soon
AV RCR - Onkyo TX-NR807 - to be upgraded soon
Speakers - Mirage HT ( 3 front, 4 rear ), Mirage MM-6 Sub
Blu Ray player - Sony Playstation 3
HD-DVD player - Xbox 360 Limited Star Wars w/ HD DVD player
DVR - Verizon Fios

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Old 12-24-2012, 02:50 AM   #4
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Welcome Johnny !! Nice collection and HT great job!!
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Old 12-24-2012, 03:05 AM   #5
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Thank you, and... thank you!
TV - Samsung 63" PN63B550 - to be upgraded soon
AV RCR - Onkyo TX-NR807 - to be upgraded soon
Speakers - Mirage HT ( 3 front, 4 rear ), Mirage MM-6 Sub
Blu Ray player - Sony Playstation 3
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Old 12-24-2012, 03:40 AM   #6
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Thank you, and... thank you!
Your welcome and very welcome You have a outstanding collection also !!
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Old 12-24-2012, 04:56 AM   #7
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Tell that to my wife. She mocks my cave. Lol.
TV - Samsung 63" PN63B550 - to be upgraded soon
AV RCR - Onkyo TX-NR807 - to be upgraded soon
Speakers - Mirage HT ( 3 front, 4 rear ), Mirage MM-6 Sub
Blu Ray player - Sony Playstation 3
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Old 12-24-2012, 05:11 AM   #8
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Welcome to our HT Gallery section Johnny! And thanks for that very informative introduction. It's always wonderful to read how people got involved in this hobby, and I see you've taking it seriously.

That is some media collection you have Sir, and I love the inclusion of your books. If I ever read that you say you have nothing to watch I may just have to come over and you! LOL!

Again, welcome to the galleries!
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Old 12-24-2012, 05:57 AM   #9
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Welcome to our HT Gallery section Johnny! And thanks for that very informative introduction. It's always wonderful to read how people got involved in this hobby, and I see you've taking it seriously.

That is some media collection you have Sir, and I love the inclusion of your books. If I ever read that you say you have nothing to watch I may just have to come over and you! LOL!

Again, welcome to the galleries!
Lol I have yet to read all those, but am close. I love film though. My favorite medium. I have written several short stories, which since have been pretty much replicated, and shot several short home movies. Which also have been replicated. But I love the medium of film. Nothing encapsulates me more than movies do, no matter how ridiculous. Just watched Shutter Island for the fourth time. Even though I lknow the ending, I love the journey.

Movies bring me on that trip. And my little home theater helps.



Thanks for responding. I look forward to being a major contributor here.
TV - Samsung 63" PN63B550 - to be upgraded soon
AV RCR - Onkyo TX-NR807 - to be upgraded soon
Speakers - Mirage HT ( 3 front, 4 rear ), Mirage MM-6 Sub
Blu Ray player - Sony Playstation 3
HD-DVD player - Xbox 360 Limited Star Wars w/ HD DVD player
DVR - Verizon Fios
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Lol I have yet to read all those, but am close. I love film though. My favorite medium. I have written several short stories, which since have been pretty much replicated, and shot several short home movies. Which also have been replicated. But I love the medium of film. Nothing encapsulates me more than movies do, no matter how ridiculous. Just watched Shutter Island for the fourth time. Even though I lknow the ending, I love the journey.

Movies bring me on that trip. And my little home theater helps.



Thanks for responding. I look forward to being a major contributor here.
Hey, got to see your pics (like to se some wide shots of the room), but regarding your question in the other thread...if your room is as large as it looks ...you will need either a larger sub or a second MM-6. What are your room measurements?
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Forgot to add...love your media collection...and your TT!!!!
Klipsch Cornwall L/R, Klipsch Heresy center, Definitive Technology BP2's (x4) rear, Wharfedale sw380 Subs (x2), SVS 16-46 CS (X2) 2-8 inch transmission line Subs (rear), Yamaha power Amps mx830 (x2), Adcom 5503 3 channel power amp, Behringer EP4000 Power amp, BD HTPC, Xonar Essence ST/H6 Muses modified, Da-lite 16:9 106" Screen, BenQ 3D Projector, LG 55 inch LED TV.
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I was reading in another thread of how much you like your surrounds turned up a bit more than normal, and I understand how you feel.

Im not sure which model Mirage you have for surrounds but you may want to check out Mirage OMD-Rs, or maybe some other bi-pole or di-pole speakers.

I find di-pole are far better than mono-poles for surrounds, I feel totally encompassed in audio having all of my surrounds set as di-pole. I sometimes want to up the dbs for each surround but I have learned to let the audyessy take care of the proper levels.

Actually I recently added two amps to my surrounds, the amps were priced very reasonably and I was testing out a theory and it works nicely.
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Hey, got to see your pics (like to se some wide shots of the room), but regarding your question in the other thread...if your room is as large as it looks ...you will need either a larger sub or a second MM-6. What are your room measurements?
I will have to measure. The main listening room, not including the cut out where the dvds, cds, and books but not the brays, or video games is 10.5X11

The odd configuration, couch flush to the wall with surrounds on shelve above the couch, is why I chose the Mirage configuration and their "umbrella" effect.

I have been thinking of getting a second sub. Stupid question though. How would it hook up? The AV does not have a second sub output.
TV - Samsung 63" PN63B550 - to be upgraded soon
AV RCR - Onkyo TX-NR807 - to be upgraded soon
Speakers - Mirage HT ( 3 front, 4 rear ), Mirage MM-6 Sub
Blu Ray player - Sony Playstation 3
HD-DVD player - Xbox 360 Limited Star Wars w/ HD DVD player
DVR - Verizon Fios
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I was reading in another thread of how much you like your surrounds turned up a bit more than normal, and I understand how you feel.

I’m not sure which model Mirage you have for surrounds but you may want to check out Mirage OMD-R’s, or maybe some other bi-pole or di-pole speakers.

I find di-pole are far better than mono-poles for surrounds, I feel totally encompassed in audio having all of my surrounds set as di-pole. I sometimes want to up the db’s for each surround but I have learned to let the audyessy take care of the proper levels.

Actually I recently added two amps to my surrounds, the amps were priced very reasonably and I was testing out a theory and it works nicely.
Merry Christmas Hamp, I think he's using identical speakers all around and they are omni-polar technology. I think he's got a big place to fill with sound (just my humble opinion). The omd-r's would be a great choice thoughb!
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I will have to measure. The main listening room, not including the cut out where the dvds, cds, and books but not the brays, or video games is 10.5X11

The odd configuration, couch flush to the wall with surrounds on shelve above the couch, is why I chose the Mirage configuration and their "umbrella" effect.

I have been thinking of getting a second sub. Stupid question though. How would it hook up? The AV does not have a second sub output.
"Y" cable I have 4 subs on my LFE channel
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I will have to measure. The main listening room, not including the cut out where the dvds, cds, and books but not the brays, or video games is 10.5X11

The odd configuration, couch flush to the wall with surrounds on shelve above the couch, is why I chose the Mirage configuration and their "umbrella" effect.

I have been thinking of getting a second sub. Stupid question though. How would it hook up? The AV does not have a second sub output.
You can use something like this or one that has longer wires.

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You would plug the one end into the AVR, and the you can plug each of the subs into the two outputs
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I was reading in another thread of how much you like your surrounds turned up a bit more than normal, and I understand how you feel.

Im not sure which model Mirage you have for surrounds but you may want to check out Mirage OMD-Rs, or maybe some other bi-pole or di-pole speakers.

I find di-pole are far better than mono-poles for surrounds, I feel totally encompassed in audio having all of my surrounds set as di-pole. I sometimes want to up the dbs for each surround but I have learned to let the audyessy take care of the proper levels.

Actually I recently added two amps to my surrounds, the amps were priced very reasonably and I was testing out a theory and it works nicely.

I am using the Mirage HT MX for the fronts and center, and the MX for the rears. I know thats confusing but that is what the model numbers are. It came as a package from Crutchfeld, around $800 for the 5.1 system (3 fronts, 2 rear, 1 sub), and about $200 for 2 additional rear surrounds.

From reading some other posts, it looks like I am in for another $200 for another sub, hoping I can hook it up to my receiver.
TV - Samsung 63" PN63B550 - to be upgraded soon
AV RCR - Onkyo TX-NR807 - to be upgraded soon
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You can use something like this or one that has longer wires.

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You would plug the one end into the AVR, and the you can plug each of the subs into the two outputs
The subs (the one I have, and if I get an additional of what I already have... MM-6), have a left and right input jack. So I would take my subwoofer out cable, and plug that into that Y splitter and then have 1 left/right audio wire go into 1 sub and then another into the other sub?

Yes, even with the "umbrella effect" of the Mirages, I have played around with the location of the front left and right speakers. I have moved them forward for one (R) to sit on a shelf by the Harry Potter box, and the other to rest on the arm rest of the lazy boy (on the left). It enhances, and widens the front sound field without dimishing the center channel at all. I do that only when I'm watching a movie, however I would like to make something permanent... not sure what it would rest on except a small 4"X3" shelf that I install in an odd location on the walls.....


Anyway, I think the first step is another sub.
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AV RCR - Onkyo TX-NR807 - to be upgraded soon
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It sounds like your saying it right:

From the 1 sub output from the AVR, You would use the splitter. By using the splitter on the AVR, you will now have 2 sub outputs. One sub for each output.

Of course, you can keep splitting for far more than just 2 subs.
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It sounds like your saying it right:

From the 1 sub output from the AVR, You would use the splitter. By using the splitter on the AVR, you will now have 2 sub outputs. One sub for each output.

Of course, you can keep splitting for far more than just 2 subs.
Ok great. Yah the MM-6 have two audio input jacks. 1 left, and 1 right. I have 1 AV wire from the subs' sub out jack that splits into two that plug into the sub (1 each into the left input and right input).

If I were to put a splitter between the receiver and the subs, I would have then 4 wires (2 left, 2 right) 1 of each to go into both subs. Right?

Am I making it more complicated?
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AV RCR - Onkyo TX-NR807 - to be upgraded soon
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