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So how many people are thinking, "I wish they would hit their milestones soon. spymeg is fine, but you can only take so much of that dawgs guy."

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So how many people are thinking, "I wish they would hit their milestones soon. spymeg is fine, but you can only take so much of that dawgs guy."

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Oops, I think the answer is at least 1. Sorry Bats.

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So how many people are thinking, "I wish they would hit their milestones soon. spymeg is fine, but you can only take so much of that dawgs guy."

No one could be thinking this. Impossible.

Oops, I think the answer is at least 1. Sorry Bats.

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So how many people are thinking, "I wish they would hit their milestones soon. spymeg is fine, but you can only take so much of that dawgs guy."

No one could be thinking this. Impossible.

Oops, I think the answer is at least 1. Sorry Bats.

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Well, we aren't the first to be post whores...and won't be the last. :D

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So how many people are thinking, "I wish they would hit their milestones soon. spymeg is fine, but you can only take so much of that dawgs guy."

No one could be thinking this. Impossible.

Oops, I think the answer is at least 1. Sorry Bats.

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Well, we aren't the first to be post whores...and won't be the last. :D

True, I think it was because we were post humping together. Double the humps.

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So how many people are thinking, "I wish they would hit their milestones soon. spymeg is fine, but you can only take so much of that dawgs guy."

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Oops, I think the answer is at least 1. Sorry Bats.

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sldawgs wrote:
So how many people are thinking, "I wish they would hit their milestones soon. spymeg is fine, but you can only take so much of that dawgs guy."

No one could be thinking this. Impossible.

Oops, I think the answer is at least 1. Sorry Bats.

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Well, we aren't the first to be post whores...and won't be the last. :D

True, I think it was because we were post humping together. Double the humps.

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Sound Bar vs full blown Home Theater system?

Looking to get one or the other. Living room is fairly small (may sound large to some) - 15 x 12. My TV is 42" flat screen on a TV stand/cabinet

Thinking HT would be best surround sound, but thinking SB would be less of a hassle and sound upgrade would be good enough.

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Sound Bar vs full blown Home Theater system?

Looking to get one or the other. Living room is fairly small (may sound large to some) - 15 x 12. My TV is 42" flat screen on a TV stand/cabinet

Thinking HT would be best surround sound, but thinking SB would be less of a hassle and sound upgrade would be good enough.

Thoughts?

I have a sound bar and it's a definite upgrade over the TV sound, but I am in an apartment so I didn't want to go too big.

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sldawgs wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
Question
Sound Bar vs full blown Home Theater system?

Looking to get one or the other. Living room is fairly small (may sound large to some) - 15 x 12. My TV is 42" flat screen on a TV stand/cabinet

Thinking HT would be best surround sound, but thinking SB would be less of a hassle and sound upgrade would be good enough.

Thoughts?

I have a sound bar and it's a definite upgrade over the TV sound, but I am in an apartment so I didn't want to go too big.


I have a surround sound system, which is fairly cheap (Onkyo, second-hand speakers) and not too hard to set up. Only problem is setting up the satellite speakers, which usually require cables to run through your room (I was lucky enough the former home-owner pulled cables beneath the floorboards) and you need to be able to set these up somewhere. Of course, you can choose to get wireless speakers, but this is obviously more expensive. But there are excellent soundbars or 2.1 systems available that give you more than enough 'surround' sound.

You can probably get a lot of information on sites like Practical Home Theater Guide.
Oh, and don't fall for expensive HDMI cables. Settle for the $10 ones, which are just as good as the cables that cost 10x that amount.

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Middle wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
Question
Sound Bar vs full blown Home Theater system?

Looking to get one or the other. Living room is fairly small (may sound large to some) - 15 x 12. My TV is 42" flat screen on a TV stand/cabinet

Thinking HT would be best surround sound, but thinking SB would be less of a hassle and sound upgrade would be good enough.

Thoughts?

I have a sound bar and it's a definite upgrade over the TV sound, but I am in an apartment so I didn't want to go too big.


I have a surround sound system, which is fairly cheap (Onkyo, second-hand speakers) and not too hard to set up. Only problem is setting up the satellite speakers, which usually require cables to run through your room (I was lucky enough the former home-owner pulled cables beneath the floorboards) and you need to be able to set these up somewhere. Of course, you can choose to get wireless speakers, but this is obviously more expensive. But there are excellent soundbars or 2.1 systems available that give you more than enough 'surround' sound.

You can probably get a lot of information on sites like Practical Home Theater Guide.
Oh, and don't fall for expensive HDMI cables. Settle for the $10 ones, which are just as good as the cables that cost 10x that amount.

I have a sound bar with a subwoofer for our main TV and it works great for us. The den it's in is about 14' x 20'. I had surround sound in the living room at my old house, and I think I prefer the current setup.

And :green: regarding the cables.

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knarf wrote:
Middle wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
Question
Sound Bar vs full blown Home Theater system?

Looking to get one or the other. Living room is fairly small (may sound large to some) - 15 x 12. My TV is 42" flat screen on a TV stand/cabinet

Thinking HT would be best surround sound, but thinking SB would be less of a hassle and sound upgrade would be good enough.

Thoughts?

I have a sound bar and it's a definite upgrade over the TV sound, but I am in an apartment so I didn't want to go too big.


I have a surround sound system, which is fairly cheap (Onkyo, second-hand speakers) and not too hard to set up. Only problem is setting up the satellite speakers, which usually require cables to run through your room (I was lucky enough the former home-owner pulled cables beneath the floorboards) and you need to be able to set these up somewhere. Of course, you can choose to get wireless speakers, but this is obviously more expensive. But there are excellent soundbars or 2.1 systems available that give you more than enough 'surround' sound.

You can probably get a lot of information on sites like Practical Home Theater Guide.
Oh, and don't fall for expensive HDMI cables. Settle for the $10 ones, which are just as good as the cables that cost 10x that amount.

I have a sound bar with a subwoofer for our main TV and it works great for us. The den it's in is about 14' x 20'. I had surround sound in the living room at my old house, and I think I prefer the current setup.

And :green: regarding the cables.

Thanks all :D and :green: :green: on the cables. Fell for that the first time I went HDMI.....never again :tongue:

PS: looks like an awesome guide....thanks again

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NoShoes wrote:
knarf wrote:
Middle wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
Question
Sound Bar vs full blown Home Theater system?

Looking to get one or the other. Living room is fairly small (may sound large to some) - 15 x 12. My TV is 42" flat screen on a TV stand/cabinet

Thinking HT would be best surround sound, but thinking SB would be less of a hassle and sound upgrade would be good enough.

Thoughts?

I have a sound bar and it's a definite upgrade over the TV sound, but I am in an apartment so I didn't want to go too big.


I have a surround sound system, which is fairly cheap (Onkyo, second-hand speakers) and not too hard to set up. Only problem is setting up the satellite speakers, which usually require cables to run through your room (I was lucky enough the former home-owner pulled cables beneath the floorboards) and you need to be able to set these up somewhere. Of course, you can choose to get wireless speakers, but this is obviously more expensive. But there are excellent soundbars or 2.1 systems available that give you more than enough 'surround' sound.

You can probably get a lot of information on sites like Practical Home Theater Guide.
Oh, and don't fall for expensive HDMI cables. Settle for the $10 ones, which are just as good as the cables that cost 10x that amount.

I have a sound bar with a subwoofer for our main TV and it works great for us. The den it's in is about 14' x 20'. I had surround sound in the living room at my old house, and I think I prefer the current setup.

And :green: regarding the cables.

Thanks all :D and :green: :green: on the cables. Fell for that the first time I went HDMI.....never again :tongue:

PS: looks like an awesome guide....thanks again

Don't forget to get the TK-421 mod. It kicks it up another three or four... uh, quads per channel.

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Batman wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
knarf wrote:
Middle wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
Question
Sound Bar vs full blown Home Theater system?

Looking to get one or the other. Living room is fairly small (may sound large to some) - 15 x 12. My TV is 42" flat screen on a TV stand/cabinet

Thinking HT would be best surround sound, but thinking SB would be less of a hassle and sound upgrade would be good enough.

Thoughts?

I have a sound bar and it's a definite upgrade over the TV sound, but I am in an apartment so I didn't want to go too big.


I have a surround sound system, which is fairly cheap (Onkyo, second-hand speakers) and not too hard to set up. Only problem is setting up the satellite speakers, which usually require cables to run through your room (I was lucky enough the former home-owner pulled cables beneath the floorboards) and you need to be able to set these up somewhere. Of course, you can choose to get wireless speakers, but this is obviously more expensive. But there are excellent soundbars or 2.1 systems available that give you more than enough 'surround' sound.

You can probably get a lot of information on sites like Practical Home Theater Guide.
Oh, and don't fall for expensive HDMI cables. Settle for the $10 ones, which are just as good as the cables that cost 10x that amount.

I have a sound bar with a subwoofer for our main TV and it works great for us. The den it's in is about 14' x 20'. I had surround sound in the living room at my old house, and I think I prefer the current setup.

And :green: regarding the cables.

Thanks all :D and :green: :green: on the cables. Fell for that the first time I went HDMI.....never again :tongue:

PS: looks like an awesome guide....thanks again

Don't forget to get the TK-421 mod. It kicks it up another three or four... uh, quads per channel.


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knarf wrote:
Middle wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
Question
Sound Bar vs full blown Home Theater system?

Looking to get one or the other. Living room is fairly small (may sound large to some) - 15 x 12. My TV is 42" flat screen on a TV stand/cabinet

Thinking HT would be best surround sound, but thinking SB would be less of a hassle and sound upgrade would be good enough.

Thoughts?

I have a sound bar and it's a definite upgrade over the TV sound, but I am in an apartment so I didn't want to go too big.


I have a surround sound system, which is fairly cheap (Onkyo, second-hand speakers) and not too hard to set up. Only problem is setting up the satellite speakers, which usually require cables to run through your room (I was lucky enough the former home-owner pulled cables beneath the floorboards) and you need to be able to set these up somewhere. Of course, you can choose to get wireless speakers, but this is obviously more expensive. But there are excellent soundbars or 2.1 systems available that give you more than enough 'surround' sound.

You can probably get a lot of information on sites like Practical Home Theater Guide.
Oh, and don't fall for expensive HDMI cables. Settle for the $10 ones, which are just as good as the cables that cost 10x that amount.

I have a sound bar with a subwoofer for our main TV and it works great for us. The den it's in is about 14' x 20'. I had surround sound in the living room at my old house, and I think I prefer the current setup.

And :green: regarding the cables.

hmm... the reviews for this cable make it sound like it's work the few extra dollars

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alan smithee wrote:
knarf wrote:
Middle wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
Question
Sound Bar vs full blown Home Theater system?

Looking to get one or the other. Living room is fairly small (may sound large to some) - 15 x 12. My TV is 42" flat screen on a TV stand/cabinet

Thinking HT would be best surround sound, but thinking SB would be less of a hassle and sound upgrade would be good enough.

Thoughts?

I have a sound bar and it's a definite upgrade over the TV sound, but I am in an apartment so I didn't want to go too big.


I have a surround sound system, which is fairly cheap (Onkyo, second-hand speakers) and not too hard to set up. Only problem is setting up the satellite speakers, which usually require cables to run through your room (I was lucky enough the former home-owner pulled cables beneath the floorboards) and you need to be able to set these up somewhere. Of course, you can choose to get wireless speakers, but this is obviously more expensive. But there are excellent soundbars or 2.1 systems available that give you more than enough 'surround' sound.

You can probably get a lot of information on sites like Practical Home Theater Guide.
Oh, and don't fall for expensive HDMI cables. Settle for the $10 ones, which are just as good as the cables that cost 10x that amount.

I have a sound bar with a subwoofer for our main TV and it works great for us. The den it's in is about 14' x 20'. I had surround sound in the living room at my old house, and I think I prefer the current setup.

And :green: regarding the cables.

hmm... the reviews for this cable make it sound like it's work the few extra dollars

:lol:

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knarf wrote:
alan smithee wrote:
knarf wrote:
Middle wrote:
sldawgs wrote:
NoShoes wrote:
Question
Sound Bar vs full blown Home Theater system?

Looking to get one or the other. Living room is fairly small (may sound large to some) - 15 x 12. My TV is 42" flat screen on a TV stand/cabinet

Thinking HT would be best surround sound, but thinking SB would be less of a hassle and sound upgrade would be good enough.

Thoughts?

I have a sound bar and it's a definite upgrade over the TV sound, but I am in an apartment so I didn't want to go too big.


I have a surround sound system, which is fairly cheap (Onkyo, second-hand speakers) and not too hard to set up. Only problem is setting up the satellite speakers, which usually require cables to run through your room (I was lucky enough the former home-owner pulled cables beneath the floorboards) and you need to be able to set these up somewhere. Of course, you can choose to get wireless speakers, but this is obviously more expensive. But there are excellent soundbars or 2.1 systems available that give you more than enough 'surround' sound.

You can probably get a lot of information on sites like Practical Home Theater Guide.
Oh, and don't fall for expensive HDMI cables. Settle for the $10 ones, which are just as good as the cables that cost 10x that amount.

I have a sound bar with a subwoofer for our main TV and it works great for us. The den it's in is about 14' x 20'. I had surround sound in the living room at my old house, and I think I prefer the current setup.

And :green: regarding the cables.

hmm... the reviews for this cable make it sound like it's work the few extra dollars

:lol:

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Am I the only one who would think it would be awesome if they do make a Spaceballs 2 AND include a rehash of the raspberry jam sequence?

Oh yeah, the kicker would be that this time the problem would be fixed by a cameo from Matt, radar technician.

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Am I the only one who would think it would be awesome if they do make a Spaceballs 2 AND include a rehash of the raspberry jam sequence?

Oh yeah, the kicker would be that this time the problem would be fixed by a cameo from Matt, radar technician.

I hated Spaceballs, but an inclusion of Matt could be awesome.

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