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Re: In-Cabinet VP160
CatBrat #367509 02/21/12 03:01 PM
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That nail has probably been there since 1956 when the house was built.

Re: In-Cabinet VP160
CatBrat #367745 02/24/12 12:18 AM
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I thought I was going to have to build a shelf. Now, I don't think I'm going to need one. I installed a 2x2 above and below the hole I made and the VP160 is resting on this wood. I also have the slight backend down tilt I was looking for to evenly distribute the sound a little better.

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Re: In-Cabinet VP160
CatBrat #367747 02/24/12 12:37 AM
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Cat, is there some way you could squeeze two more speakers between the upper M22s and the upper-center M3/M2?

There's kind of a gap there that looks weird.


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Re: In-Cabinet VP160
MarkSJohnson #367749 02/24/12 12:49 AM
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Originally Posted By: MarkSJohnson
Cat, is there some way you could squeeze two more speakers between the upper M22s and the upper-center M3/M2?

There's kind of a gap there that looks weird.


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It's funny. The M3/2 (Axiom should make an M-16!) looks like it was photoshopped in.

Maybe you should have looked into poly planar speakers? Kidding, kidding, no angry letters, please.


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Re: In-Cabinet VP160
BobKay #367750 02/24/12 12:51 AM
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And who's the ugly tranny on the TV?


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Re: In-Cabinet VP160
BobKay #367756 02/24/12 02:06 AM
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Originally Posted By: BobKay
And who's the ugly tranny on the TV?


That's Lila Downs.

Re: In-Cabinet VP160
CatBrat #367757 02/24/12 02:09 AM
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This is sounding incredible, though, regardless of how it looks. The VP160 adds a lot of extra emphasis in music. It also helps male vocals sound more natural in movies.

Currently listening to Madonna's Sticky & Sweet concert.

Re: In-Cabinet VP160
CatBrat #367758 02/24/12 02:12 AM
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Looks like I should of cleaned up fingerprints and dust before taking the pictures.

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CatBrat #367761 02/24/12 03:01 AM
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I was going to say,lol.

edit: looks good....by the way!

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Re: In-Cabinet VP160
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That heater sure likes getting it's picture taken.

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