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Anyone with a Denon 2910 AND 2805?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Unlight, May 1, 2005.

  1. Unlight

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    Hi guys,

    Can anyone with both these units tell me roughly where the 2910 comes up to on the Amp height wise? I have a centre speaker to place on top of the 2910 and if its any taller than where the "groove" ends on the 2805 then I'm in trouble!

    Any info much appreciated!
     
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    Hi Unlight,the 2910 is about 2-3mm taller than the top of the groove,ie just into 'function knob' territory.
    Regards
    Ian
     
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    Thanks for the reply mate! :( Looks like I'll have to move the DVD player elsewhere then!!
     
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    Couldn't you use a little blue-tack to both isolate and lift the centre speaker?
     
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    Sorry I dont think I was clear in the way I described it.

    Basically I have one of the infamous Ikea "Oppli" TV Units. I have my centre speaker (A KEF egg) on top of my existing DVD Player (A pioneer 575 which is very slim) and thought there would be enough room to fit a 2910 in there and place the speaker on top as well. (Got the 2805 in the left slot of the TV bench so definitely no room for the player to go on top).

    It seems like there MAY be a chance of it fitting in, but it will be very tight!
     
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    Put the egg on top of the plasma?
     
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    Again, I would but theres nothiing on top to support it and I dont have a shelf there or anything (and feel slightly dubious about running speaker cable up the wall to get to it as well0.

    Maybe there will be enough room...
     
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    Heres a pic.
     

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    Sorry Unlight,you're quite right,I didn't quite follow what you were trying to do.The 2910 is 101mm tall.If you measure your available space and your egg you should have a better idea as to whether or not it will all fit.
    Regards
    Ian
     

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