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These are now sold pending payment. I doubt you'll ever see these again at those prices. My most regretful sale!

YAY!!! I am the lucky winner, can't wait to set these babies up. Big thanks goes to Rich, top bloke, can't wait to get some of his grey 4K projector screen material.

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He is a top bloke :P

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YAY!!! I am the lucky winner, can't wait to set these babies up. Big thanks goes to Rich, top bloke, can't wait to get some of his grey 4K projector screen material.

You already own my surrounds, you just gotta buy the sub now haha.

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Lol, that Sub is the most ginormous thing I have ever seen, I don't know if I could digest the size of it. I am already freakn out over the size of the T12's. But you never know, that Sub is mighty tempting, nooooooooo ,Rich stop encouraging me, this hobby is dangerous for my wallet.

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Congratulations SVS A8... Dont change your mind!! :D

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Built some stands. They were all black but then decided to raise them higher, so I cut up some old cupboard doors, now they have beech colored bottoms. Center stand still needs to be painted, the middle piece can be any size to raise the speaker higher or lower.

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Thanks Chopsus, I had wheels on the L/R but replaced them with rubber feet, the stability was a bit iffy. I think I will replace the wheels with low profile rubber pads on the center stand, the same ones the speakers are sitting on, more anti-vibration properties.

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I like the wheels, but since handling them I don't find it to much difficulty moving them around and I like the rubber feet on the L/R, I think they add more anti-vibration properties. Once there in place they probably won't move for some time.

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