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    Need Help I have carpeted floors, so I use the spikes for...

    I have carpeted floors, so I use the spikes for more stability. These things aren't exactly "stable" without them on some kinds of carpeting.

    Now if Polk made longer feet for the MicroPro series...
  2. Searching for new MicroPro 4000 sub at a reasaonble price

    Yewwo :)

    I've been searching all over the place (other than eBay outside of Polk's store) and I can't for the life of me find a MicroPro 4000 sub for sale anywhere, let alone at a reasonable...
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    Need Help I have that setup. I have two GFA-555 MkIIs for...

    I have that setup. I have two GFA-555 MkIIs for bi-amping. My setup is one Adcom amp for each speaker (left channel powers bass array, right channel powers upper array). I find it to give a much...
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    I'll go ahead and PM you my info. I do appreciate...

    I'll go ahead and PM you my info. I do appreciate the effort you're making toward me. My question about the internal memory was if I had run the auto room correction setup, would that be retained in...
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    MicroPro 4000 Remote issue

    I've been having an annoying issue with my MicroPro 4000's remote (sic) and have a couple questions.

    The first relates to the remote's battery compartment. I constantly have to take the battery...
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    Ewww...audiosource. I rarely knock on makers of...

    Ewww...audiosource. I rarely knock on makers of amps, but these guys would be the ones to knock and then some. I'll tell you why...

    1) Their units are tiny. Tiny. That means either heat buildup or...
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    I'd kill for another MicroPro 4000 (I have one...

    I'd kill for another MicroPro 4000 (I have one paired with my A9s), but damned if I can find any for sale. Anywhere. Well other than Amazon.com which is uber expensive. I got mine from J&R when they...
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    Assuming the video card can indeed produce the...

    Assuming the video card can indeed produce the 120 Hz signal (as in it has the bandwidth to do so on the LDVS/TMDS channels), and there is no preprocessing going on, the unit you have should be able...
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    These units are panels for projectors, but that...

    These units are panels for projectors, but that part is actually moot since they are LCD technology. The part that is not moot is that these are specially overdriven (by electronics) units that are...
  10. Your link is broken BWilberg. It links to an FTP...

    Your link is broken BWilberg. It links to an FTP tutorial.
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    That'd be great, if the displays supported it....

    That'd be great, if the displays supported it. They don't. They max out at 60 Hz. And on that note...



    Erm. I hate to break this to ya, but these TVs are not 120 Hz displays. Again, like all...
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    It isn't a rant, it's fact. And it's mostly...

    It isn't a rant, it's fact. And it's mostly intended as a notice to advise people so they have more information when making their decisions.

    Just because you think it's dead doesn't mean it isn't...
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    They have scalers, which scale an image to fill...

    They have scalers, which scale an image to fill the screen if the source is not at the TV panel's native resolution (1280x720 for 720p, and 1920x1080 for 1080p). I've yet to see any with an...
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    The 120 Hz modes also introduce about 100ms of...

    The 120 Hz modes also introduce about 100ms of input lag. You'll need to adjust your AVR's audio delay to match that. Also, 24 FPS material benefits greatly from 120 Hz modes, but 60 FPS material...
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    It is not the LED backlight that is causing the...

    It is not the LED backlight that is causing the soap opera effect. It is Samsung's AutoMotionPlus 120/240 Hz modes (and other manufacturers' equivalants).

    The benefits of AMP and its brethren is...
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    If you're looking Samsung, you will want to avoid...

    If you're looking Samsung, you will want to avoid the 6x00 series. Like the plague. There are currently eight, count them EIGHT different known panel manufacturer/versions on the market for the 6x00...
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    Decent Prepros cost more than some high end AVRs,...

    Decent Prepros cost more than some high end AVRs, which I don't quite get since prepros have no real need for costly amplification sections. Good AVRs are close to most prepros in clean sound, but...
  18. This isn't quite true. There are some receivers...

    This isn't quite true. There are some receivers like the upcoming Yamaha RX-V3067 that have two sub outputs that can be independently EQd, and assigned to Stereo L/R, Front/Rear, or Dual Mono...
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    Need Help No, it's going to have to go under my desk. You...

    No, it's going to have to go under my desk. You know, where my feet are when I'm seated in front of the desk with my legs stretched in front of me (it'll have a foam pad to sit on to avoid carpet...
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    Need Help Nearly all of the recent Polk center channel...

    Nearly all of the recent Polk center channel speakers are designed so that you can tilt them at an angle while upside down (pointing up toward your ears instead of straight), as many VESA type...
  21. Whoa! You were definitely right about going...

    Whoa! You were definitely right about going vertical. I didn't bother with horizontal, and went straight into vertical alignment and holy sweet mother of all...wow. I expected a slight improvement in...
  22. Scratch that last post. I did a bit more research...

    Scratch that last post. I did a bit more research and found that a) the MKIIs aren't exactly great for bridging, and b) unless the speakers must have common ground, it's better for me to do as you...
  23. I understand your reply, and do appreciate it...

    I understand your reply, and do appreciate it (always good to get input!). So what your'e saying is that in my case, using two identical Adcom GFA-555 MKIIs, I should just use a Y-Splitter on each...
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    Yeah. I have a choice with the Adcoms though. I...

    Yeah. I have a choice with the Adcoms though. I can either bridge or passive bi-amp. I may go the latter route since these Adcoms do not have the fan option installed. I'll have to see what it sounds...
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    Well, as it turns out, bi-amping on the 5007...

    Well, as it turns out, bi-amping on the 5007 produces substantial distortion, so that's a no go. And at 145w/channel it has less power than the adcom. That, combined with the fact that the Audyssey...
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