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Old 01-25-2012, 06:26 PM   #4186
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Gotta keep it organized. In bad weather/winter it holds my extended cab pickup as well as everything else shown.
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Old 01-25-2012, 07:19 PM   #4187
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Gotta keep it organized. In bad weather/winter it holds my extended cab pickup as well as everything else shown.
If you mean the everything INCLUDING the Jeep, then you must be the David Copperfield of organization!
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Old 01-25-2012, 07:24 PM   #4188
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If you mean the everything INCLUDING the Jeep, then you must be the David Copperfield of organization!
Pop the rear hatch on the jeep, slide the bike in on its side and then place the jeep and bike in the bed of the truck. Done.
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Old 01-25-2012, 07:26 PM   #4189
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That is the most "mix-and-match" audio setup I've ever seen. A Krell pre with some kind of DOD RTA and a bunch of rack-mount signal processing gear.
Yes, but it works well. The Krell handles the balanced inputs from the M-audio Audioplile 192 card in my computer as well as the unbalanced inputs from the Denon tuner and the Marantz CD player. The Krell balanced outputs feed a White 4001 series 1/3 octave active equalizer for each channel. From there it goes to a Rane AC22S active crossover where the bass is passed to two Martin-Logan Dynamo 1000 self-powered (500W each) subs and the highs are fed to two NAD 400W power amps (one for each channel - bridged). The satellites are two Sunfire Cinema Ribbon CRM-2 speakers per side. It can make nearly concert level SPL.

The DOD RTA was only used to optimize position and phasing of the subs and to balance the system. I don't have the signal inline because I am not much for blinky lights on a stereo.
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Old 01-26-2012, 06:13 AM   #4190
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Yes, but it works well. The Krell handles the balanced inputs from the M-audio Audioplile 192 card in my computer as well as the unbalanced inputs from the Denon tuner and the Marantz CD player. The Krell balanced outputs feed a White 4001 series 1/3 octave active equalizer for each channel. From there it goes to a Rane AC22S active crossover where the bass is passed to two Martin-Logan Dynamo 1000 self-powered (500W each) subs and the highs are fed to two NAD 400W power amps (one for each channel - bridged). The satellites are two Sunfire Cinema Ribbon CRM-2 speakers per side. It can make nearly concert level SPL.

The DOD RTA was only used to optimize position and phasing of the subs and to balance the system. I don't have the signal inline because I am not much for blinky lights on a stereo.
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Old 01-26-2012, 07:23 AM   #4191
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Yes, but it works well. The Krell handles the balanced inputs from the M-audio Audioplile 192 card in my computer as well as the unbalanced inputs from the Denon tuner and the Marantz CD player. The Krell balanced outputs feed a White 4001 series 1/3 octave active equalizer for each channel. From there it goes to a Rane AC22S active crossover where the bass is passed to two Martin-Logan Dynamo 1000 self-powered (500W each) subs and the highs are fed to two NAD 400W power amps (one for each channel - bridged). The satellites are two Sunfire Cinema Ribbon CRM-2 speakers per side. It can make nearly concert level SPL.

The DOD RTA was only used to optimize position and phasing of the subs and to balance the system. I don't have the signal inline because I am not much for blinky lights on a stereo.
I don't know what all that means, but I'll bet it sounds pretty good!
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With all that, it probably goes past 11?





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Yes, but it works well. The Krell handles the balanced inputs from the M-audio Audioplile 192 card in my computer as well as the unbalanced inputs from the Denon tuner and the Marantz CD player. The Krell balanced outputs feed a White 4001 series 1/3 octave active equalizer for each channel. From there it goes to a Rane AC22S active crossover where the bass is passed to two Martin-Logan Dynamo 1000 self-powered (500W each) subs and the highs are fed to two NAD 400W power amps (one for each channel - bridged). The satellites are two Sunfire Cinema Ribbon CRM-2 speakers per side. It can make nearly concert level SPL.

The DOD RTA was only used to optimize position and phasing of the subs and to balance the system. I don't have the signal inline because I am not much for blinky lights on a stereo.
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Old 01-26-2012, 12:25 PM   #4193
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With all that, it probably goes past 11?
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Old 01-26-2012, 01:43 PM   #4194
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I don't know what all that means, but I'll bet it sounds pretty good!
OK, it's a different hobby. My expectation was that Jack90210 (who knew what a Krell was) would understand.
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Old 01-26-2012, 01:45 PM   #4195
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With all that, it probably goes past 11?
Yer way over my head with that. I dunno.
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Old 01-26-2012, 01:55 PM   #4196
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Yer way over my head with that. I dunno.
He's quoting a movie line.
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Old 01-26-2012, 02:20 PM   #4197
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I don't know what all that means, but I'll bet it sounds pretty good!
That means it's loud, really loud... like blow the clothes off hot chicks loud!
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Old 01-26-2012, 04:20 PM   #4198
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If you mean the everything INCLUDING the Jeep, then you must be the David Copperfield of organization!
Yes. Including the jeep. It's an extended cab pickup as well. Not to mention there will be a third bike coming into the garage this weekend as well (675R).

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Pop the rear hatch on the jeep, slide the bike in on its side and then place the jeep and bike in the bed of the truck. Done.
Close enough to the truth.

The garage is 13x38. I've got about 6" of clearance between the first vehicle and the workbench, about 1 ft between vehicles, and 1 ft between the end of the second vehicle and the door. It is tight, but it works. I'm still tweaking my organization setup.
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He's quoting a movie line.

In the movie Spinal Tap, iirc, the volume control on their amps don't stop at 10 but go TO 11.
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In the movie Spinal Tap, iirc, the volume control on their amps don't stop at 10 but go TO 11.
Yes .
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