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    Default Granite subwoofer pads

    I promised pictures so here they are...





    Anyway I'm a couple months from being able to put these guys up for sale, just thought I'd give yall a little tease :)
    - Sony 50"A3000 SXRD; Onkyo TX-SR 805
    - Polk RTi150 mains; CSi30 center; FXi3 surrounds, R15 backs
    - Velodyne CHT-12 subwoofer

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    Is the big red "X" supposed to be a representation of it? :D

    AAHhh NM, lol

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    I see them, they look REAL nice.
    Panasonic VIERA 46" 1080p plasma
    Onkyo TX-SR805
    Klipsch RF-7(bi-amped)
    Klipsch RF-25
    Xbox 360 with HD DVD
    Playstation 3
    Cobalt Cable

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    Thanks! Let me know if the images don't work, I'll bitch at my ISP! This is the main host for our web site www.californiagranite.com (shameless plug :)
    - Sony 50"A3000 SXRD; Onkyo TX-SR 805
    - Polk RTi150 mains; CSi30 center; FXi3 surrounds, R15 backs
    - Velodyne CHT-12 subwoofer

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    Just curious but what did it cost you to make it?

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    Not to be a wise ass ...

    Well, they really do look nice, no doubt about it, but, wouldn't setting a sub on a couple of bricks have the same effect?
    2-Channel Audio
    Onkyo ... TX-8050 - .Network Stereo Reciever
    Onkyo ... M-282 . ._. Power Amps .(Pair)
    Onkyo ... C-7030 . _.CD Player
    Polk . . *. RTi A7 - ....Fronts
    Polk . . *. RTi A3 - ....Rears

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    Bricks do do somewhat the same thing (thats what I did cause granite is out of my price range right now) but granite is more dense and is more consistant.

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    Granite is much, much harder than bricks. Granite is the 3rd hardest substance on the planet. Only sapphire and diamonds are harder :)

    Cost was - free :) But if I had to sell it, I'm guessimating the cost would be around $60 + shipping. (weight ~25lbs). It's a pretty small piece although it's hard to tell the scale from the pictures - it's about 12" x 12.5". I'm hoping to sell these for roughly $60 per square foot.
    - Sony 50"A3000 SXRD; Onkyo TX-SR 805
    - Polk RTi150 mains; CSi30 center; FXi3 surrounds, R15 backs
    - Velodyne CHT-12 subwoofer

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