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#124384 - 01/18/06 12:04 AM Re: 4 ohm vs 8 ohm
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PVR HDMI
PS3 HDMI
DVD HDMI
X360 Component
PS2 Component
X-BOX Component

I know that seems like alot of stuff and that when PS3 comes out I shouldnt need PS2 or even X-Box for that matter. I just like having it all.

Im not to knowledgeable when it comes to adding amps into the system. I havent seen them before at any of the big box stores that i shop at.

I would be afraid of screwing something up! Besides I'm still saving for my projector screen,monster power and Axiom speakers! If the amps are not to $$$ I think i might buy one. Any type of brands recommended?

P.S my panny projector lamp just blew!! 500 hours! AWWWWW!

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#124385 - 01/18/06 07:34 AM Re: 4 ohm vs 8 ohm
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Looks like you are really into gaming. That's great. I couldn't understand why you needed so many inputs.

I sure hope that I get more than 500 hours on the bulb for my new TV. That seems terribly short. I think that I read somewhere that the Sony's should last 2000 hours.
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