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#189392 - 12/22/07 10:36 PM Re: Vacationing in sunny, exotic Calgary [Re: jakewash]
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It was a pleasure to meet you and I wish i could have stuck around longer.

3806 vs 3808 HDMI1.1 vs 1.3a, no GUI on the 3806 for starters.

But Santa will be very good to me this year. I couldn't wait.

Mark, were you in town till Christmas?


So 3806 is pointless, then. Good to know.

Yeah, I fly back at 0dark30 Christmas morning.
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#189393 - 12/22/07 11:01 PM Re: Vacationing in sunny, exotic Calgary [Re: ctown]
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Hey Doormat et al. Wish I could have made it, but had to work 2 days this week and that was one of them:)

What were your thoughts on the M22's vs your M3's. I'm still probably getting myself some 3's for another room, but love my M22's.

What did you think of the M80/EP600 setup that Mojo has? I had a standup fridge in university that was smaller than the EP600. Kept the beer cold but didnt shake the room like that...


For an easy listening speaker, I think it would be hard to beat the M3. I now look forward daily to working out in my cavernous, unfinished basement (rather than my previous dread and get it over with mindset) with the M3 2.0 setup. The M22s greater clarity? Perhaps; hard to say without having them side by side. The M3 certainly doesn't require a sub for most pop/rock music. Any "other room" would certainly benefit from their use. I'm still debating what to get for my computer room, leaning towards 22, but may spring for 80s. Or maybe buy a house first. I'm sure the adjoining tenants would prefer that.

The M80 is certainly a formidable speaker, but I just don't think I could bring myself to shell out for the 600 (I had a hard enough time justifying the 350). It sure is powerful, although it turns out I was more impressed with the sustained engine rumbling than I was with depth charges. Must be my pacifist leanings coming to the fore.
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