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  • It very much depends on what u want to match them with. Both the cs-400/i and the cs-350ls are highly regarded. Easier to find the former however...
  • EndersShadow wrote: » 2 thoughts..... Do 2 large ported sub enclosures using 10's or 12's with each using the length of a single stud bay on the top.... Repeat for the bottom that would be AWESOME!!!!
  • hochpt21 wrote: » I hate that you have to sell these, Dan. GLWS I second that, but hey family and health come first. And he can always buy newer cooler stuff later!!!
  • VanillaXtract wrote: » That works for me. Is the HSU a big step down from the DSW4000? What would a comparable sub cost? No, I don’t think it’s a big step down. In some ways the HSU is better. It will go deeper and playlouder, it doesn’t ha…
  • Considering the cost of the Dayton amp and the fact that it may not sound the same after, I would get the HSU. The better of the two new options...and this is from someone who has owned both hsu and svs.
  • ultrasoudproductions wrote: » rooftop59 wrote: » I can’t tell for sure without a pic of the rear, but that is definitely either a CSi30 or a CSi40... Hello rooftop59 Thanks for the reply. So then its a CSi40 because the guy looked beh…
  • EndersShadow wrote: » KenCustomerService wrote: » @F1nut, I finally found out, the HTS does not have the capability to install spikes in them. Not that big a deal IMHO. Just grab something like this from lowes, cut it in two, layer the…
  • I can’t tell for sure without a pic of the rear, but that is definitely either a CSi30 or a CSi40...
  • I thought the most interesting part of Garrison's little blurb was how such a small, innocent-seeming piece of technology (and something seemingly unremarkable by today's standard's let be honest) literally revolutionized culture and paved the way f…
  • No it’s a CSi40
  • I personally have never been bothered by missmatched surrounds. But I also do not listen to hardly any multi channel music. I have also heard gamers complain about surrounds not matching. For tv and the occasional Blu-ray I do not notice...
    in FXIA4/A6 Comment by rooftop59 October 16
  • Ron-P wrote: » tonyb wrote: » Am I the only one who thought Rogue One was the worst Star wars movie of the series ? Frankly, the lack of imagination in script writing baffles me. Almost every Star Wars movie has the same script, different c…
  • After owning some rt800is and monitor 5s with peerless, the monitors are the FAR superior speaker. I haven’t heard the 10s, but if the price is right I wouldn’t hesitate!
  • Dan this sucks man but I mainly hope your health is holding up. You got baby girls to take care, similar age to mine, I know you’re just thinking about them. Sucks to sell your gear but focus on those precious girls! Grace and mercy to you and yo…
  • jeremie wrote: » Thanks, picked up a pre owned emotiva xpa5 gen 2. So, how's it sound with the LSiMs?
  • FestYboy wrote: » The 505 will give you a big bump around 33hz and then drop like a rock just so you know. I am not doubting that this is what happens in your room, and you did say that this is your observation, and its good to know people'…
  • ultrasoudproductions wrote: » Wow, I had the same exact question except that in my situation I have already come across 2 PSW10 subs. I guess I am the exception since I am quite happy with them so far since I get plenty of bass out of them with th…
  • VoodooGTS wrote: » Which would be better. 1 SVS SB-2000 or (2)Polks new HTS 12 subwoofer ? Tempted ! Depends in part on room and application. If you going to run them in true stereo for music, then two is better than one. Especially if it…
  • I recently purchased some Dynaudio Emit M10s (basically the newer version of the Dynaudio DM 2/6) for the bedroom, and man they are some really, really sweet sounding speakers. I like them better than the LSiM703s overall. They don't dig quite as de…
  • Happy birthday Kenneth!
  • Yep, these are nice comfy, smooth sounding cans. Great for long hours at work as long as you are not in an open office setting....
  • Man rick this is really tempting. Did you utilize the internal DACs or use an external one?
  • The general consensus here is to stay away from pro amps for powering full range speakers. For subs they are fine. They are not designed for finesse or linearity, but rather filling a large venue with loud sound for hours. So they do not sound good …
  • deronb1 wrote: » At this point, all we can do is just hope nothing like this happens again. Sure glad we said that about slavery and child labor! Just s#it in one hand and wish in the other...
    in Vegas Comment by rooftop59 October 4
  • soundfreak1 wrote: » You can't legislate against crazy! I want to say so many things in response, but that would only accelerate the rate of this thread's inevitable closure, so I will refrain.
    in Vegas Comment by rooftop59 October 4
  • Not to be harsh, but he lived a full life and died in a natural way. A lot worse s#it has happened in the last 24 hours.
  • I know that @F1nut says he tamed the highs through a combo of REALLY high-end MIT cables, spikes, and a pretty elaborate crossover upgrade. I imagine that just decent cables would be a good start, good spikes might also be something affordable that …
  • Where r u located? There are often folks here on the forum who have extra cables in their goodie back they might be willing to sell...
  • That’s a great deal for a bedroom or patio rig! GLWS!
  • Rti70 uses different components that the rt55i. I would personally rather use the rt55is, tighter bass, better tweeter better overall. U can lightly sand and paint if u want, and either remove the back laminate face covering and paint the wood or g…
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