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AVRant #503.6 – Neil – New Speakers and Towels

September 21st, 2016 No comments

Neil H. wants some speaker brand suggestions in New Zealand. In addition to Klipsch and Wharfedale, we mention Dali, and KEF. Neil also asks what household items could be used as absorption just as a proof of concept.

 

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AVRant #503.2 – Heath – Don’t Worry About The Water Pipes

September 19th, 2016 No comments

Heath plans to move ahead with his basement home theater build using some of our suggestions. He asks about GFCI electrical outlets, false wall construction, our recommended Seymour AV Retractable screen and Elite Screens AcousticPro UHD, subwoofer choices, Aperion Audio Verus Forte speakers, seating placement, and any extra tips.

 

AVRant #502.11 – Mitch – The Search for Toe In

September 16th, 2016 No comments

Mitch gets us to detail our differing approaches to setting speaker toe in and distance.

 

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AVRant #502.3 – Chris Aims His Sights at Speakers

September 13th, 2016 No comments

Chris S. wants to know if he should buy the Pioneer Andrew Jones speakers or spend more for the EMP Tek Impression Series or Ascend Acoustics CBM-170SE.

AV Rant #362: CES SARS

January 22nd, 2014 No comments

Posting this podcast early is Tom’s way of stopping twice at the next stop sign. If you don’t know what we’re talking about, you’ve never driven with someone over 50. This week there is no news because of CES SARS. Tom and Rob still manage to talk for over an hour while Liz catches up on work. We’ll see her next week for sure. This week, more on Net Neutrality courtesy¬†of listener Jonathan. We have more from Gary about video color gamut and big ugly dishes. Check out SatTalk for all your satellite talking needs. If they talk about lasers, Tom wants to know. Michael wants to know more about amplifier specs and how to interpret them. Austin wants our opinion on Pass Labs’ one-off VFET amps. Rob is excited about VR and Valve’s announcement that they are working with Oculus Rift. Gary recommends this iPad stand for your bathroom, Rob recommends these¬†B-tech Speaker Wall Mounts, and Tom suggests you look up Attack on Titan on Netflix.

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