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So, what's in your HT?
Posted 02 October 2004 - 07:36 PM
TV - Samsung 27" (TXN2726)
A/V Receiver - Harman Kardon AVR-230
Audio - Sharp MD-R3 3 CD changer/MiniDisc deck
DVD - Samsung 5 disc DVD changer
Receiver - DishDVR 510
Game systems - XBox, PS2 & GameCube
Speakers - Sony fronts, Cerwin Vega center, KLH surrounds & center rear, Paradigm PDR-10 subwoofer. Aside from the Paradigm subwoofer they'll all probably be replaced in a few months with Nohr speakers
Posted 16 October 2004 - 01:40 PM
My system consists of an AMC AV-81HT Pro-Logic decoder/preamp.
Power is through 2 AMC 2445 4x45 Watt power amplifiers bridged to 90W across the front and 45W ea. to the rears.
All above about to be replaced with a new receiver of some kind.
JVC D-VHS Dish receiver.
Denon AM-FM Tuner
Toshiba DVD Player (one of their first models)
Teac VHS Hi-Fi VCR (ancient as the hills, but a high end model at the time)
Revox B77 quarter track stereo Reel to Reel
Kenwood KD-500 Turntable w/Infinity Black Widow tone arm and AKG X8E cartridge.
Dell Computer with about 1800 MP3's feeding through an X-10 "Big Picture" wireless audio/Computer transmitter/receiver wired into channel "000" on the JVC D-VHS.
Additional occasional sources include:
Tascam 42B Half Track Stereo reel to reel
Teac A3300SX quarter track reel to reel
Technics portable cd player
Signal Processing (greatly enhances Dish audio):
DBX 3BX Series Two 3 band dynamic range expander
DBX 120XP Subharmonic Synthesizer (generates bass frequencies one octave below incoming signals).
The AMC equipment has been replaced with an HK AVR-7200 receiver (very nice). The Toshiba 35" television has been supplimented with an InFocus X-1 ceiling mounted video projector and an 80" screen. The Denon tuner is no longer needed since the HK has a tuner stage. The Revox died and has been replaced in my rack by the Teac 3300. The JVC D-VHS has been replaced by a Dish Network 508 DVR. The Teac VHS HiFi VCR has died and has not yet been replaced (although I am using the D-VHS as my vcr now). I have added a DVD recorder to a new computer for recording. The rest is about the same, although I haven't hooked in the signal processors yet.
Speakers (which I left out of my original list):
Front - JBL 4430L/R Studio Monitors
Surround - Monitor Audio Studio 6
Center - RBH