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    Thumbs up excited with new stuff for patio
















    now i can cook out and chill with friends drinking beer on my bar table... I have plans for polk atrium speakers :D
    perhaps few fern plants hanging from the ceilings and outdoor 5x8 rug... stainless steel mini refridgerator below grill table on left or wine refridgerator by cusine behind bar table? small Stainless steel trash can.


    what would you add to your patio?
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    Looks nice!

    I like it.





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    very nice setup man... do I see a Polk Fest in the near future? Maybe we could invite our buddy Bobby D over;) we can have him regale us with his tale of not being recognized by newbie cops....
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    Last edited by CaligulaPolk; 08-16-2009 at 01:24 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nooshinjohn View Post
    very nice setup man... do I see a Polk Fest in the near future? Maybe we could invite our buddy Bobby D over;) we can have him regale us with his tale of not being recognized by newbie cops....
    I bought this for myself and tampa polkie gather :D I will cook really good food :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by nooshinjohn View Post
    very nice setup man... do I see a Polk Fest in the near future? Maybe we could invite our buddy Bobby D over;) we can have him regale us with his tale of not being recognized by newbie cops....
    Aww screw it it's not worth my time.



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    Would Pioneer Receiver VSX-405 able to make pair atrium speakers to work?

    need amp?
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    Looking good, I'm a little green.

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    any suggestion in addition to the patio?


    what about the receiver i posted about above?
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    I have that same grill, I love it.

    Very Nice setup!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TOOLFORLIFEFAN View Post
    I have that same grill, I love it.

    Very Nice setup!!!
    do you cook food above the infrared burner if not using it? Will grease be all over it and is cleaning the infared burner difficult?

    I guess i need to buy cover for grill as it recommended on many reviews i just read.
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    Nice setup! can't wait to put it to use at the October meet-up!

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    bump
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    Time to get that grill dirty and seasoned.

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    Looking good Jeff. Season it up then i'll be over for my steak :)


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    Couldn't take any pics in the daytime, Caligula? ;)

    Looks awesome.
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    Looks great except for one thing


    Is that a stinkin GAS grill??? ;)

    man ya cant get that good Q taste with gas my friend................ :) but then again this opens up anuther can of worms.....hard wood charcol chucks only here.. no Kingsford either in my grill......................yeah used the egg... you can keep the egg....

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    First order of business would be to get that grill dirty. A clean grill is a waste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by treitz3 View Post
    First order of business would be to get that grill dirty. A clean grill is a waste.
    dont worry.. i got it lil dirty yesterday


    Well bob, i wanted take pic of it after i finished assembly stuff :D plus i didnt want u see how high my grass was jk jk

    :D

    Yup its gonna be seasoned by October for Polk gathering... :D I will buy rosstarie (SP??) kit

    i replaced two glass candle to 2 glass candle with stainless steel tip and tealight holder inside of the glass to match the grill! :D
    YES GAS GRILL!! i dont like charcoal grill. dont like taste too much of gas liquid flavor


    wife was shopping food at target yesterday and i saw this cool Heienken tab keg, its my poison :D


    http://www.target.com/T-fal-BeerTend...eineken&page=1
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaligulaPolk View Post
    dont worry.. i got it lil dirty yesterday


    Well bob, i wanted take pic of it after i finished assembly stuff :D plus i didnt want u see how high my grass was jk jk

    :D

    Yup its gonna be seasoned by October for Polk gathering... :D I will buy rosstarie (SP??) kit

    i replaced two glass candle to 2 glass candle with stainless steel tip and tealight holder inside of the glass to match the grill! :D
    YES GAS GRILL!! i dont like charcoal grill. dont like taste too much of gas liquid flavor

    If you've got the gas flavor going on, then you aren't letting the charcoal burn long enough before you start cooking. ;)
    I don't read the newsssspaperssss because dey aaaallllllllll...... have ugly print.

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    I need to buy grill mat soon....
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    Quote Originally Posted by concealer404 View Post
    If you've got the gas flavor going on, then you aren't letting the charcoal burn long enough before you start cooking. ;)
    amen to that :D

    either way may it bring you many memories of of tasty grilled critters...............

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    so.. lets talk about adding to my patio suggestion and receiver to power the atrium speakers????

    I was thinking to put 4x4 plexi mirror on wall, and stainless steel shelves mounted on it for the wall behind bar table to put liquors and small size lcd tv on it :D

    WHATCHA THINK???





    patrick, can you edit post 15 quote" and remove that. Thank u!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaligulaPolk View Post
    so.. lets talk about adding to my patio suggestion and receiver to power the atrium speakers????

    I was thinking to put 4x4 plexi mirror on wall, and stainless steel shelves mounted on it for the wall behind bar table to put liquors and small size lcd tv on it :D

    WHATCHA THINK???





    patrick, can you edit post 15 quote" and remove that. Thank u!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pauly View Post
    Does your Oink not have Zone 2?
    am going use zone 2 or 3 for dining room and kitchen. there are ceiling speakers

    and patio does have ceiling speakrs too. i have other plans for outdoor speakers for the gazebo in the future soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaligulaPolk View Post
    am going use zone 2 or 3 for dining room and kitchen. there are ceiling speakers

    and patio does have ceiling speakrs too. i have other plans for outdoor speakers for the gazebo in the future soon
    Ah ok. You can find some decent stereo amps for pretty cheap that will push the Atriums just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pauly View Post
    Ah ok. You can find some decent stereo amps for pretty cheap that will push the Atriums just fine.

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    Pioneer Receiver VSX-405 would work? i found one in LUTZ near my home
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaligulaPolk View Post
    Pioneer Receiver VSX-405 would work? i found one in LUTZ near my home
    Yeah, it would work.... i don't think the Atriums are particularly power hungry. :D
    I don't read the newsssspaperssss because dey aaaallllllllll...... have ugly print.

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    Nice setup Caligula! 1 Swordfish please! lol. Lookin good.:D





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    Quote Originally Posted by CaligulaPolk View Post
    Pioneer Receiver VSX-405 would work? i found one in LUTZ near my home
    Should suffice just fine.


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