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wickowick
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re: Audio/ Speaker questions
I have the option of moving from 180w to 350w receiver for just a little more money. I will probably get that unless someone comes along with a better system to purchase instead.


BAMBAM
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Those speakers have a knob on them to change the power usage/max volume


BAMBAM
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I would

At this This price you could get an equalizer/sound processor as well if the eq adjustments need help


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BAMBAM
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I’m curious how it sounds

When you get all of it Hook it up and bench test it to make sure it all works before you start hanging it


NOLAGT
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I forgot to come back and reply looks like you are heading in the right direction tho.


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wickowick
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When you get all of it Hook it up and bench test it to make sure it all works before you start hanging it


Will do, order has been made. Total cost was $1250, including speaker wire, and wire to hang the speakers, 350 watt receiver, and 8 speakers.


NOLAGT
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Nice, right on track with what you were after. If you were closer I'd come help for a few slices of that gud gud


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VABuckeye
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The knob is to switch between. 70V system and 8 ohm speakers. He needs to make sure all speakers are set to 8 ohm or he will have a big problem. Other than that he’s gtg.
This post was edited on 5/16 at 10:36 am


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BAMBAM
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Member since Mar 2008
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Yes and no you can select how much power they use in the 70v mode for max volume/power usage

70V Power Options:

20w
10w
5w
2.5w


VABuckeye
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The point is that it needs to be set to 8 ohms to work with the receiver. 70v is a different system which is cabled in series.


BAMBAM
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Pretty sure the receiver that he purchased is a 70v system

He didn’t buy the HT route he bought the Rockville 70v system
This post was edited on 5/17 at 5:29 am


VABuckeye
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Thanks. That was my confusion. Thought it was a regular denon receiver.


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BAMBAM
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Did you get the system in? Just wondering how it worked out


Got Blaze
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Where’s your restaurant? If I’m in the area I’d like to stop by and support your business


wickowick
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Did you get the system in? Just wondering how it worked out


We got a bad receiver. The new one has shipped but haven’t arrived yet. The first one wouldn’t recognize the optical cable.


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wickowick
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Where’s your restaurant?


It is Diversion Pizza, we are located close to the Diversion Canal about 15 minutes from Gonzales.


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NOLAGT
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The pizza legit, and the company ain’t half bad either
This post was edited on 5/29 at 11:35 pm


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