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#112147 - 10/05/05 03:52 PM Re: Thoughts on my HT (Long-winded)
ringmir Offline

Registered: 02/03/04
Posts: 619
Loc: boston
Just to note... that's a great Talking Heads DVD. I highly suggest people check it out that haven't.
[black]-"The further we go and older we grow, the more we know, the less we show."[/black]

#112148 - 10/05/05 04:53 PM Re: Thoughts on my HT (Long-winded)
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Registered: 12/20/04
Posts: 173
Loc: Portland, OR
Tom -

My wife is going to despise you if she ever reads this and finds out that you are egging me on. I think M3's would be nice and I would like to hear them, but the speakers my Dad left me are pretty darn fantastic. Horn tweeter. 8" woofer. Kind of halfway between a small floorstander and a large bookshelf. They sit on these cool little stands my Dad found that are kind of a wood frame that tilts them back a little. But I really want to try those M3's. The M22's do sound really good with the tubes. It's not easy to say which sounds better because they sound different, both in a good way. The thing is I want speakers that I can put up on my desk (it's a 7' wide, 3 1/2' deep desk I got at a business fire sale) instead of behind me on the floor.

Andrew -

Stop Making Sense is one of my favorite movies, music or otherwise, of all time. I first saw it during it's original release in Salem, OR's only "art" cinema when I was about 15. I probably watch it a couple times a month it is always a staple when we have some people over and the girls want to dance. But there is NO way, I think, that the bass on the video wasn't tweaked/enhanced/dubbed during post-pro. At least that's what it seems like to me. No that I'm complaining! I love it when you can see drinks moving across a table from the vibration!
"There's too many notes!" M22ti VP150 EP350 QS8 AVR-2805 SCD595 Panasonic DVD-S35

#112149 - 10/05/05 05:08 PM Re: Thoughts on my HT (Long-winded)
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Registered: 06/20/03
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Loc: Tacoma
You know I was just muckraking.

"Mark's wife thinks I'm despicable" could be a fun, obscure, new sig line in that Daffy Duck kind of way.

I loved the Thompson Brewpub in Salem. And that brewery downtown (whatever it was called - had a great time seeing Lloyd Jones there). And Boon's Treasury, even before it became McMenamin's. I know, I know, take it to the beer thread...
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#112150 - 10/05/05 05:27 PM Re: Thoughts on my HT (Long-winded)
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Probably the Willamette BrewPub downtown. Went belly-up years ago. I had my first, uh, legal beer at Thompson's with my Dad. I actually mixed FOH for a friend's band at Boon's about 3 months ago. Hadn't been there since it became a McDeadHead's.
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