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  • WoodWorking Router Station

    Happy New Year,

    I love woodworking and setup a little shop in the yard, When not in use everything gets wheeled into a shed. I have/had a big router tablewqi7fkhbzkmb.jpg

    This kind of sucked dragging it in and out of the shed, space it took up and it's not on wheels.

    So I've seen where people put mini tables on their table saws wings for a router table. For Christmas Lowe's had a Kobalt aluminum table and router for $130. I went to the store and sized it for my Delta table saw. Then ask for it for Christmas.

    Perfect Fit
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    Drill a few holes and done. Almost looks like it was made to fit.

  • Re: Polk Signature S60 -- too much treble?

    Well at least you are using decent speaker wire. When I went from Monoprice to Doug's Furez I did notice a nice detailed difference. Thing about getting good cables is they are a one time buy.

    That AVR @DSkip has up for sale is a great deal. If you're not going ATMOS or DTS-X it will have enough power for your speakers.

    @tonyb is also correct, start with the lowest cost upgrades and see how it changes the sound.

  • Re: Receiver at A4L: what to buy for ~ $500

    THis is what I'm seeing
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    Other than the face plate config they look almost the same. Been looking for inside pictures of the X4400 and 7012.

  • Re: receiver recommendation for new setup

    I too would also go with the Signatures, like @cfrizz said they are great on both music and movies.

    RTi/RTiA are more for movies, being a former RTi-8 owner my Signatures play music a lot better than my RTi did. I don't miss the RTi when it comes to movies either.

    For AVR I would look at Denon, Marantz or Yamaha. non Sony ES is not worth the time to hook up. Try to move up the chain away from the lower end entry level AVR, you'll be happy you did.

  • Re: Hurricane Irma

    Catholic Charity is collecting at our church this weekend for disaster relief. Check your local Red Cross or church.

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