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    Scored a 5. Received the same comment as...

    Scored a 5.

    Received the same comment as cfrizz.

    On the good side, I now have proof that I really should go no where near the rabbit hole.
  2. Effective tax rate is simple. Take your total...

    Effective tax rate is simple. Take your total income, subtract your deductions, to figure your total taxable income. Then you find out how much you owe in taxes, social security and medicare don't...
  3. Thread: One or Two Subs?

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    Need Help In most rooms, placing one sub in the center...

    In most rooms, placing one sub in the center front and the other in the center rear of the seating area will give the best result. I'm pretty sure he meant the wall where your front mains are when he...
  4. Yes, I still think the A4 is the better choice....

    Yes, I still think the A4 is the better choice. Thing to remember is that as your listening position gets smaller, speaker placement becomes more critical. Second reason being that placing a center...
  5. Although the A6 would be a better choice, the A4...

    Although the A6 would be a better choice, the A4 will work fine for with the A7's. I would personally trade bad placement of the A6 over better placement of the A4. Placing a center channel 25 inches...
  6. Thread: -texas

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    You married a really smart lady. Took less than a...

    You married a really smart lady. Took less than a week for her to figure out Texas is a great place to live. You should keep her.

    Took me 6 states and probably 10 days to figure out I was home.
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    To answer a few questions, first I do believe...

    To answer a few questions, first I do believe this is a store specific issue. I've been to both HD and Lowes where they try to get people to use these self check out lines, and it usually fails. Like...
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    If it's a speaker, you nailed it.

    If it's a speaker, you nailed it.
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    Need Help Those speakers are pretty easy to drive, but I'd...

    Those speakers are pretty easy to drive, but I'd probably go a little higher up the food chain for the AVR. Just got a feeling you like the volume knob a little on the high side is all.
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    Yes, I walked in, saw no cashier, and left. ...

    Yes, I walked in, saw no cashier, and left.

    This is the only store that I have a problem. Every other store in this chain has cashiers available every time I go into them, but this particular one...
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    Starting to annoy me

    Today was the day I ran errands. Part of that included getting things for the summer power tools. So I went into the local Home Depot, an this particular one has a door greeter, for lack of a better...
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    Go with a Pioneer SC model. Just to throw this...

    Go with a Pioneer SC model. Just to throw this out there, Pioneer seems to be discontinuing their non-Elite SC models. Onkyo 929 would probably work,if you want to stay with that brand. Factory...
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    I would run FXI series for surrounds, and RTI A3...

    I would run FXI series for surrounds, and RTI A3 for rears. You may be able to get away with A1's, for rear duty, but I would play it safe and go A3's. As far as FXI A4 as surrounds, I would probably...
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    Need Help Go with 1 CSI A6. The RTI A line is designed for...

    Go with 1 CSI A6. The RTI A line is designed for primarily HT duty, and with that in mind, one center channel should be all that is necessary. If space is a concern, the CSI A4 will work, the A6 is...
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    Slightly over your budget, but I'll still through...

    Slightly over your budget, but I'll still through it out.

    Cambridge Audio Minx S212v2 with Onkyo TX-NR626 for $1000. This is 5.1, but the Minx Min11 are $95 each, so can add extra 2. Available at...
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    I think when it comes to price for features, an...

    I think when it comes to price for features, an AVR is the better choice. It's simply a more competitive market.

    If you want an Onkyo, accessories4less has the TX-NR929 for $890. Factory refurb,...
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    Need Help You probably have about 10 inches of space...

    You probably have about 10 inches of space between the ceiling of the 1st floor, and floor of the second floor. They use that area to run wire, piping, and duct work. You may be able to fish wire...
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    Need Help Is the problem area the stairway or the opening...

    Is the problem area the stairway or the opening to the area that looks like a dining area?
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    Need Help It has been my experience that anytime you run...

    It has been my experience that anytime you run wire under a carpet, it will get walked on, leaving a visible mark as well as prematurely wearing the carpet. If you have some type of molding on the...
  20. Thread: Dedicated power

    by rpf65
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    10/2 wire you can use up to a 30A breaker. Wire...

    10/2 wire you can use up to a 30A breaker. Wire can handle the load.
  21. Thread: HVAC help

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    It your tstat takes batteries, use the batteries....

    It your tstat takes batteries, use the batteries. Will take the place of the common "c term" wire. Will work fine.

    Layout of home isn't really necessary. The stat is a switch that senses temp,...
  22. Thread: HVAC help

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    Then it's just a matter of adjusting them. Close...

    Then it's just a matter of adjusting them. Close all the doors, run your system for at least 10 minutes, take a temp reading in each romm and common area. Then start closing the damper with highest...
  23. Thread: HVAC help

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    Sounds like air flow issues to me. Not a task I...

    Sounds like air flow issues to me. Not a task I would recommend for somebody inexperienced. What needs to be done is to install dampers, pieces of sheet metal in the ducting, so that the air flow...
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    Fry's in Austin has RTIA series. Think there's...

    Fry's in Austin has RTIA series. Think there's one in SA.
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    Congratulations; sure you'll be happy with it.

    Congratulations; sure you'll be happy with it.
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