jlamo. (Friendly humor) That's why I put all my electronics in the fireplace. I use logs to stack them on top of each other. And the chimney makes a great vent. I'm still trying to figure out how to fit my tv in there. Right now it's kind of sticking out sideways.
Last Edit: Aug 6, 2015 14:13:46 GMT -5 by garbulky
Transport: Sony UBP-X700 UHD-Blu ray player spdif PC using Musiland Digital Times WASAPI via BNC connection - DAC: DC-1->XLR XPA-1 , RCA->Basx A-100 CD: Denon DCD 600 PCM 61 DAC. RCA Amp: XPA-1 gen 2 using XLR connections. Speakers: Axiom Audio m80 V3, Sennheisser HD700 headphones. two pairs 12 guage each bi-wire speaker cables per monoblock Headphone amp: Basx A-100 (INCREDIBLE VALUE!!)
I'm actually thinking about building a subwoofer in my fireplace. Sort of an infinite baffle design. Hell, I figure we never use it so...
Hey, if you like ported subs you could use a Transmission Line design :-)
This is only half a joke, a TL 1/4 of wavelenght at 20Hz is around 170 inches long (assuming constant section). Since you have to fold it anyway to have the port on the same baffle as the driver, you would need half of that lenght.
Why waste the chimney!!!!
Music Lover On A Tight Budget ----------------------------- Emotiva Fusion 8100 Ascend CMT-340 SE Mains Rythmik L12 sealed Sub
I just called it a loss on the amp, it's just sitting in the garage now. I love Emotiva stuff, and still run their other amps. I guess I just expected more on service, because of the situation. My Yamaha is powering my back speakers now, and it sounds great. Not going to worry more about it.