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  1. They're a dense little sub, I had mine custom painted in green by Vaf.
  2. Vaf are an excellent south aussie hifi brand. I have two mpb sw2's on my desktop system and they do the trick but two sw2 is not as good as one platform2 imho.
  3. See if you can get a vaf platform 2 subwoofer, a nice big sealed sub.
  4. Gotta go active, the ls50 is a tough match for most amplifiers.
  5. In the lounge I aimed for a 3 m by 3 m by 3 m triangle with the front on the speakers 1 m from the front wall.
  6. I'm interested to discover if a lightning cable to usb type b works too.
  7. I've owned both the theatrical release and the extended editions of LOTR, so yeh, i loved them and the books. Making the films was a remarkable achievement for PJ.
  8. A man with a plan and a great opening post. I reckon, keep just the tv and don't bother with a screen for now. Spend the budget on a pair of really great front speakers and a powerful two channel amp. I've heard how loud and clear the Klipsch RF 7 II went, these will fill you room, house and street. https://klappav.com.au/collections/floorstanding-speakers/products/rf-7-iii-floorstanding-speaker-pair-black https://klappav.com.au/products/m5si-integrated-amplifier-silver?variant=35729391681&currency=AUD&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=google+shopping&gclid=EAIaIQobChMItoGe95O55QIVgpKPCh1F0w-1EAYYASABEgKGVfD_BwE Build the rest over time and never pay RRP. Think about adding a home theatre pc or nas to take advantage of internet tv/films which really is the future.
  9. Gday. How do you listen to your music? Anything currently lacking in the 3808?
  10. I'm thinking of one of these http://www.decibelhifi.com.au/dayton-audio-dta-120bt-60w-channel-amp for running my def tech bp7004's, I expect spotify will prove the main music source in that system too.
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