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My Small Living Room/HT

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by parney » Wed Mar 09, 2005 5:45 am

Nice system Bosshog I to have a small room with a 7.1 system and what I did was wall mount all my speakers just a thought.Its amazing how cool the new sony Amps run I was thinking of purchasing one until I heard of all the problems people had with them.As for peoples negitive comments about your system I think maybe they should clean there monitor for I failed to see any dirt.I will be posting my system soon youll see what I mean by wallmounting speakers to get more room.Looks Great!!!
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by BassHog » Thu Mar 10, 2005 4:04 am

Thanks parney. I appreciate the nice comments. Look forward to seeing your setup.


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by forcesony » Sat Apr 02, 2005 12:43 pm

Hey BassHog,
Got a question for you and your tv i was wondering how far are you sitting from your tv i was just wondering because i was thinking about get a 55xs955, Thanks for the reply
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by BassHog » Sun Apr 03, 2005 7:02 am



forcesony,

The viewing distance from the chair directly in front of the TV is about 9'. If I watch while laying on the couch, which I sometimes do, it is approximately 8'. I love it at those distances. To me it makes the viewing even more like being at the theater. It creates a very immersive experience to have the big picture and the big sound.


When I was deciding on what TV to buy, I debated whether to go with a 50" or a 60". I decided that the whole idea, at least for me, of a big screen TV was that it look BIG. When debating between two sizes, I would always err on the side of overkill. In the long run, you won't be sorry.


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by forcesony » Sun Apr 03, 2005 8:25 am

Thanks BassHog
I am going to circuit city today to check it out i think i have made up my mind to get the 55xs955. Thanks for the reply
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