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    Receiver- Onkyo TX-SR304S
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    That's about 15 too many pictures.
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    I love the tolet paper roll and generous use of glue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RuSsMaN View Post
    That's about 15 too many pictures.
    please tell me thats not against the rules =X
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    Not at all, just saying I think a couple shots would have covered it, but it's a detailed shoot at least.

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    You know what I find interesting? That many of those close-up camera shots came out pretty darn good. I always have a hard time getting good close-ups like that, and I have a Nikon.
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    25 post count. Be thankful it wasn't a pic per post. LOL:D :D
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    taken with pride with the Canon Powershot SD630. i love this cam. the macro is absolutely amazing, when used properly.... and the new 750 is So amazingly beautiful.
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    You know what I find interesting? That many of those close-up camera shots came out pretty darn good. I always have a hard time getting good close-ups like that, and I have a Nikon.
    Do you hear that buzzing noise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monster Jam View Post
    You know what I find interesting? That many of those close-up camera shots came out pretty darn good. I always have a hard time getting good close-ups like that, and I have a Nikon.
    If you want the best, buy Bose! arr i mean Canon!
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    good job
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    Is that a midbass speaker for a bathroom?
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    very modern art..

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    should have put this in show me your ass and let me get in your guts..thread

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    Bose has no place in that thread.....ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willow View Post
    should have put this in show me your ass and let me get in your guts..thread
    i saw that thread a while ago and never entered due to the horrific title. link anyone??
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    Interesting way of connecting the amp to the 'sub' terminals. Never seen that before.

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    That is one POS! I can't believe how much people pay for that crap.

    BTW; If I were you, I'd keep those Bose speakers out of my sig.;)

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    That's a sub? Looks like a midbass driver to me.

    I just don't understand how they get away with this...marketing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeC78 View Post
    That is one POS! I can't believe how much people pay for that crap.

    BTW; If I were you, I'd keep those Bose speakers out of my sig.;)
    lolz then it would be a stereo sig xD

    Quote Originally Posted by appadv View Post
    That's a sub? Looks like a midbass driver to me.

    I just don't understand how they get away with this...marketing?

    yea it is... i think its the same driver as in the acoustimass series in transmission line form... which doesnt sound too bad.. it just cant hit the real low stuff...
    but this bass module puts out frequencies probably hitting 500... it rings my walls... but the walls are moving at 500 revolutions[Edit:cycles](i think that makes sense)
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    It doesn't look to be of very high quality... typical mass produced stuff, the crime is in what bose charges for it.

    A few things:

    Plastic can work very well for enclosures depending on how it is done. PSB, for instance, uses moulded plastic for baffles and it works quite well. JBL uses a rigid and very inert plastic "foam" for some of their control monitors. Some of the ultra high end manufacturers use various plastics for enclosure parts with great success, however the plastic used in this bose item looks to be run of the mill "toy" plastic, and yes it would definately resonate.

    One of the odd things about this is that bose is using wirewrapping method of termination to the drivers. This method is a better (it measures better on a scope) electrical connection than even soldering, so it seems odd that bose would use this type of connection with otherwise cheap parts and manufacturing.

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    Plastic: The other other white meat.
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    Nice pictures. Scary subject.
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    Nice quality pictures. Fun to see the inside of speakers of various qualities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serendipity View Post
    That's a sub? Looks like a midbass driver to me.

    I just don't understand how they get away with this...marketing?
    Bose doesn't even call it a sub. It's a Bass Module...
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    Why did we resurrect this 3 year+ old thread?
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