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    Originally posted by fireshoes


    That wouldn't be a five hour trip to Des Moines, would it? :)
    that's a very good point, fireshoes...and you would be able to help him to demo Rotel and LSi, no? ;)
    I am sorry, I have no opinion on the matter. I am sure you do. So, don't mind me, I just want to talk audio and pie.

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    burienboys,

    "Go Big or Go Home"
    Now thats effin sound advice.I love this line.I think I just might have to borrow it from time to time when the question comes up again and again.Nice....;)
    Dan
    My personal quest is to save to world of bad audio, one thread at a time.

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    Originally posted by polkatese


    that's a very good point, fireshoes...and you would be able to help him to demo Rotel and LSi, no? ;)
    No Rotel at my store, but there is a Rotel dealer in town. I've never got a chance to hear it myself.

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    ninerbj
    I got the LSi15 C & Fx. Im using a Onkyo 595 to drive the speakers. At a low vol it sounds ok not great, but as I turn the vol up playing music it starts to sounds worse & wores. Ivs never clipped my recvr beacuse I always turned it down due to it sounded so bad. Ive decided to buy a Rotel & should get that soon! I cant wait! I do beleive the LSi's do need power to make shine.

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