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    Quote Originally Posted by HTrookie View Post
    back to the hotel for a good night's sleep (no wife...no kids...no dog.....:D).
    No Sex, no little kisses, no lick on the face. You're right a good night rest. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nut View Post
    BTW, if you raise the I Sonic about an inch off the surface, it sounds even better.

    I don't believe it Jesse's is tweaking remotely :D

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    Just got in for the evening. Looking forward to tomorrow in a big way.

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    Woo Hooo!!! Getting Packed up to go and making my demo disk of Snoop Dog and Gregorian Chant MP3's. (...Just kidding) We should be there by noon.
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    Here I am 45 minutes until departure or so and I'm making a demo disc. Wouldn't you think I would have done this a month ago?:( Getting psyched because this demo is awesome for SDA listening. It's the same demo I used to use when I sold SDA's way back when.

    See you soon.....Woo Hoo

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    SDA? What is that???? :p :p :p

    Hurry up......
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    I am leaving in 10 minutes..............see you in a couple hours

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    I have the car loaded and will be leaving soon. Be there in about an hour....

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    :(
    I have a big day of sightseeing ahead of me, and we woke up WAY late. Doesn't look like I'm going to be able to bend my evening at all. Have fun you guys!

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    Please ask Richie to call me.

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    nm..
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    And the winner of the Isonic is..................................HTROOKIE;)






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    Quote Originally Posted by heiney9 View Post
    Here I am 45 minutes until departure or so and I'm making a demo disc. Wouldn't you think I would have done this a month ago?:( Getting psyched because this demo is awesome for SDA listening. It's the same demo I used to use when I sold SDA's way back when.

    See you soon.....Woo Hoo

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    BTW What is going on at this thing
    Dodd - Battery Preamp
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    Where is the remote? Where is the $%#$% remote!

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    Yea you mofo's, its about time for the hardcore listening to start.......anybody hump a speaker, blow something up, float a keg......

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    We just had one incident (that I know of...) Some sparks were seen but nothing was damaged ;)

    It was another great day today; lots of shoot outs..LSi9's vs LSi7's, LSi9's vs LSi15's, LSi15's vs SDA 1C's, LSi15's vs Von Schweikert VR2's....
    We compared the Sony Modwright universal player with the Raysonic; Modwright owners said it sounds better....but for some strange reason we heard the Raysonic all day :p :p ;)

    Doug (dkg999) brought a pair of Monitor 10's with the silk tweeters that not only sound great, but they look absolutely brand new; not one scratch on them.

    Thanks again to Mike and Annie for having us. They put up with us and fed us; great hosts.

    Thanks to Frank for the cables; everyone got something.

    Thanks to Rich (Scompracer) for being the "official" installer; great job. Victor's wife came in a close second :)

    I won the Isonic...thanks to Polk; it will go to my daughter's room.

    All in all a wonderful experience. Pictures coming soon.
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    Almost forgot....listened to Rich's vinyl rig; what can I say; I didn't want to hear it and I shouldn't have...I still think it's impossible it could sound sooooooo good. I don't want to get into it.....no....I won't.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by HTrookie View Post
    We just had one incident (that I know of...) Some sparks were seen but nothing was damaged ;)

    It was another great day today; lots of shoot outs..LSi9's vs LSi7's, LSi9's vs LSi15's, LSi15's vs SDA 1C's, LSi15's vs Von Schweikert VR2's....
    We compared the Sony Modwright universal player with the Raysonic; Modwright owners said it sounds better....but for some strange reason we heard the Raysonic all day :p :p ;)

    Doug (dkg999) brought a pair of Monitor 10's with the silk tweeters that not only sound great, but they look absolutely brand new; not one scratch on them.

    Thanks again to Mike and Annie for having us. They put up with us and fed us; great hosts.

    Thanks to Frank for the cables; everyone got something.

    Thanks to Rich (Scompracer) for being the "official" installer; great job. Victor's wife came in a close second :)

    I won the Isonic...thanks to Polk; it will go to my daughter's room.

    All in all a wonderful experience. Pictures coming soon.

    Great stuff, I'm not surprised at Richie's official capacity!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HTrookie View Post
    Almost forgot....listened to Rich's vinyl rig; what can I say; I didn't want to hear it and I shouldn't have...I still think it's impossible it could sound sooooooo good. I don't want to get into it.....no....I won't.....
    Show how it is really done Rich!

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    Yea , what Htrookie said.

    Great day. I heard some wild stuff. The SDA's about made me cry. The V2's were stellar and I think the lsi15's can hold their own against some pretty stiff competition. Mikes Home Theater demo was breathtaking. We listened to Blackhawk Down and Flight of the Phoenix at bonecrushing levels:D WOW. Let me say that agian, WOW.

    Thanks to Mike and Annie, although Mike is a little scary. Let me put it this way, If you are ever about to go to war make damn sure Mike is on your side;) there is a smiley mike, don't kill me:D

    Big thanks to Normanality for the gear, Scompracer for the gear and expertise, Victor and Mrs. Victor for running the show.


    And BIG, BIG thanks to Signal Cable and Polk Audio.
    Two of the greatest companies on the damn planet.
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    Glad you guys had a good time. Hope to see some pics.

    Quote Originally Posted by HTrookie View Post
    Almost forgot....listened to Rich's vinyl rig; what can I say; I didn't want to hear it and I shouldn't have...I still think it's impossible it could sound sooooooo good. I don't want to get into it.....no....I won't.....

    I was suprised at last years polkfest at Troy's when I heard his vinyl setup for the first time and now i'm hooked. I love vinyl more then cd's. Dont hold back man you wont regret it. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by HTrookie View Post


    We compared the Sony Modwright universal player with the Raysonic; Modwright owners said it sounds better....but for some strange reason we heard the Raysonic all day :p :p ;)

    Norm had warned me not to demo the ModWright 9100 with the 6900 tubes. Too much detail scares the hell out of people at first! :p :D Your Raysonic sounded fantastic Ricardo! And that Cool Blue glow!

    What a great time. I have to say it again; Annie and Mike were the most wonderful hostest and host! Thank you so much for opening your beautiful home to us! Not only does their home theatre SOUND and FEEL awesome (walls vibrate in the entire house) the 50 Panasonic display raises and lowers into the media center via remote control! They have the greatest neighbors too. No cops were called and it was LOUD.

    Thanks to Victor and Jessica for handling details!

    It was a great time with wonderful Polkies. Thanks go out to all who showed up and all who brought gear! Thanks to Normanality for providing two pairs of speakers and an audio rack!

    Opus brought enough beer for 75 people so like good Polkies, we started to drink like 75 people. None of that cheap Edelweiss stuff either! All the top brands!

    There was plenty of gear and speakers to hear. Some SDA 1Cs changed hands but remain in the CP family.


    Here are some quick pics from the fest before I crash for a day.
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    Hopefully this will become an annual event. I like pic #6 -- listening to tunes and a glimpse of the world outside through a window. If I won a I-Sonic at PolkFest I'd be suckling on my thumb or something right now. 75 bottles of beer on the wall...
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    HOW COULD I FORGET??????

    Must have been the beers.......:o

    Mike's HT: I thought my SVS rocked. I hate it when I realize that it can get sooooo much better. ;) I was honestly surprised I did not see any cracked walls or popped drywall nails
    Picture quality, picture quality, picture quality. Not only the sound rocks, but the plasma/Blue ray combination is nothing short of breathtaking. You could even watch bad movies and enjoy them. Awesome!!!

    Also big thanks to Victor for making this whole thing happen.
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    Default Thanks Everyone!!

    What a great weekend!!!:) :) Thank you all for the kind words.

    Everything turned out great and nobody got injured!:D I don't even know where to start...

    Extra special thanks goes out to Norm(Normanality) for a huge van load of equipment and offering gear at "give away" prices!!!, SignalCable gave away a box full of cables!! , Paul at PolkAudio for the iSonic raffle to help MS!!!! Rich(SCompracer) This guy is amazing!!(enough said), Victor(Halo) Did all the planning!!, Jessica(Victor's Wife), Gregg(Vic's bro), last but not least OPUS!! Opus(Kevin) brought enough beer to have a damn block party!!

    Special thanks to everyone else who brought gear and made this happen!!! Thanks to HTrookie(Ricardo) for being very entertaining, this guy is hillarious!!:D :D

    I still can't believe my ears after this weekend!! SDA 1C's(I believe?), where very sweet sounding, Von Schweikert(sp) VR2's were absolutely amazing!! I couldn't believe the sound these put out and they are a small tower. I still can't believe that these didn't sell all weekend...

    The Innersound Eros speakers!! Once in the sweet spot, you did NOT want to move!!! I'm still kicking myself in the rear for not grabbing these!:(

    Whoever else I left out, thanks to you too!!:D

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    My favorite moment was Mike saying in a big voice .... "could we play a different damn song":p

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    Looks great. Please tell me there was more than two pair of Polks and 'Polkfest'. I see the 15's and the SDA's, was that it?

    Cheers,
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    You guys are awesome.

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    monitor 10's, rti6's, lsi7's,lsi9's,lsi15's, sda's
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    Carver M 200t (x2) (center and surrounds)-flea market
    Blu-Ray..PS3 (dvd player)
    Polk RTA-11t-flea market
    LsiC, Fxi30's

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    Behringer Feedback Destroyer
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    Badass.
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