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#249160 - 02/26/09 10:08 PM Re: help picking system [Re: deathjester]
HAY Offline
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You may want to check out the custom vinyl, such as the High Gloss Cherry which is a bit cheaper.


Or check the Custom Shop

as well as the Custom Outlet
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#249164 - 02/26/09 10:17 PM Re: help picking system [Re: HAY]
Adrian Offline
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Hay, I've looked for that custom outlet before. Where did you find the link to it, I thought this was limited to previous owners though, I may be wrong about that, though.
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#249181 - 02/26/09 10:39 PM Re: help picking system [Re: Adrian]
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Adrian, both the custom vinyl and custom wood finishes are described in the "custom shop" section of the "store".
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#249185 - 02/26/09 10:43 PM Re: help picking system [Re: JohnK]
Adrian Offline
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I had no problem finding the custom shop, but I couldn't find the custom outlet, well I found it once then couldn't remember where I found it!
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#249186 - 02/26/09 10:43 PM Re: help picking system [Re: JohnK]
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You can find links to the custom vinyl and wood shops on the product page, like everything else. \:\)
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#249187 - 02/26/09 10:45 PM Re: help picking system [Re: SirQuack]
Adrian Offline
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Found it!!
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#249200 - 02/26/09 11:29 PM Re: help picking system [Re: Adrian]
deathjester Offline
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wow that high gloss cherry is nice. How are those as far as finger prints and dust go. That would save me over 300 dollars too. If i would decide to get a sub what is the best way to hook it up with the m22. I always used a sub cable but i hear it better to run speaker cable through the sub.

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#249203 - 02/26/09 11:53 PM Re: help picking system [Re: deathjester]
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DJ, you heard wrong; running speaker wire rather than a coaxial cable to the sub doesn't take advantage of the receiver's bass management. The only control is the low pass filter in the sub which rolls its response off above the selected frequency(approximately). For more precise division of frequency burdens use the sub output on the receiver with most likely a 80Hz crossover between the sub and M22s. Bypass the sub's internal filter(if that setting is available)or set it at the highest frequency, to get it out of the way.
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#249205 - 02/27/09 12:08 AM Re: help picking system [Re: JohnK]
deathjester Offline
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Ok thats how ive always done it. I was actually thinking about picking up a definitive technology prosub 800. Its cheap and not to bulky.

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#249239 - 02/27/09 08:37 AM Re: help picking system [Re: deathjester]
Wid Offline
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You can do much better than the Def Tech sub for the money. A couple of examples would be the eD A2-300, the Hsu STF-2, the Outlaw LFM 1 and there are others for just a little more money.
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