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Re: New AV setup
ear: If the fronts could fit the spaces besides the center...

Ear,

I agree, but the cabinet would be too high.

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RE: New AV setup

just get rid of the fire place:)

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RE: New AV setup

seemorebtts wrote:

just get rid of the fire place:)

After 2 years!! :O

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RE: New AV setup

Not got rid of the fireplace, but could do with updating the pictures at some point.

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michael hoy wrote:

michael hoy wrote:

Just thought I would share some pictures of my AV system.

The sub above hiding behind the settee

Typical room so not ideal for speaker placement,we are thinking of putting in a smaller fireplace and mounting the TV above.

I know this is an old thread but just wanted to know how the avr is running in that setup? What clearance do you have at the top and sides? I've been looking for a cabinet for a while for our setup that is clean and tidy and have found one but doesnt give much clearance at the top of the avr...

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Sorry for the late reply.

Edit: Posted on behalf of Michael Hoy.

Sorry for the late reply.

The amp in the picture is a Pioneer SC-LX72, It has been replaced by a SC-LX85.

There is 40mm either side and 25mm at the top.

The cabinet was a closed back one, but I have now made it open at the back.

No problems with over heating, but can get quite warm in summer if used for 3hrs + with the doors closed.

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Q5 wrote:

Q5 wrote:

Sorry for the late reply.

The amp in the picture is a Pioneer SC-LX72, It has been replaced by a SC-LX85.

There is 40mm either side and 25mm at the top.

The cabinet was a closed back one, but I have now made it open at the back.

No problems with over heating, but can get quite warm in summer if used for 3hrs + with the doors closed.


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bigboss wrote:

bigboss wrote:

Q5 wrote:

Sorry for the late reply.

The amp in the picture is a Pioneer SC-LX72, It has been replaced by a SC-LX85.

There is 40mm either side and 25mm at the top.

The cabinet was a closed back one, but I have now made it open at the back.

No problems with over heating, but can get quite warm in summer if used for 3hrs + with the doors closed.

Are you Michael hoy?

No, but a friend of his.

he asked me to respond. Although he is not participating on this site anymore, I pointed this out to him. 

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