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Picture thread BK Subwoofers

Discussion in 'Subwoofers' started by KHALIK, Feb 15, 2012.

  1. KHALIK

    KHALIK Active Member

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    Picture Thread of;

    BK Monolith
    BK XXLS400
    BK XLS300/PR
    BK XLS200
    BK Gemini

    Can owners of BK subwoofers post pictures/ photos of your sub-woofers. I and others will be keen to see the different colors of BK sub-woofers and home setup within a household environment.

    Pictures and photos please.
     
  2. sergiup

    sergiup Well-known Member

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    That would be excellent, it's something that a lot of people are curious about, and currently the photos are spread across hundreds of pages of topics..
     
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    KUBBY Well-known Member

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    Not the best photo,but shows the comparative sizes of the Monolith and xxls400


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    K.
     
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    alpha10 Well-known Member

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    How is this to start..

    200 and 400

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    400 only next to PMC OB1

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    Cheers
     
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    Alpha, love the look of the 400 and the main speaker. They match a treat. Plus the height is the same as your unit. Result!
    Is that a glass top on the 400?

    Do you guys run those subs together?
    400 and mono
    400 and 200
    How do you find the play together?
    Great thread, can't wait to add mine. =)
     
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    Here's a little pic of my Monolith DF+ in black, being used as a centre speaker stand :D
     

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    Here's mine.
     

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    I'm jealous of A10's PMCs, but also chuffed that the xxls400 can hold its own in such illustrious company of speakers and amplification!
     
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    Hi , Here is mine .. Prob not too many in Southern Ireland ..
     

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    My Mono DF in matt black....

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    Here's my Monolith FF+ in cherry with the grille both on and off.
     

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    I moved my 200 on, so I just run the 400DF on its own. I could not believe my luck when I put the 400 where it is and it matched the height of the table :D. No glass on top, just the angle of the flash I think.

    I have said this before, but I still believe that the 200 and 400 are two of the best bargains in the world of hifi/AV.

    Cheers
     
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    Walnut BK with Walnut MA BX5
     

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    My white DF XLS200 in my in-ceiling bedroom setup.
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    These are all good but can I add a suggestion? It would be useful to have an everyday object (book, mug, bottle etc) in the pic somewhere to gauge relative size, particularly in relation to the Monolith. :lease: I know the BK site has dimensions but an object in the pic would make it far easier to visualise :thumbsup:

    LOL - just noticed there's a mug in a picture on the BK site as well as teddys and phones in the above. Obviously wasn't paying attention :facepalm: - but other contributions welcome regardless :laugh:
     
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    Guys, could you please say what finish they're in as well? It's quite obvious in some cases, but 2-3 of the finishes can come out relatively close depending on camera/lighting and the veneer they have in stock. Thank you! Excellent so far, I'm now a little scared of how big my future Monolith will be...
     
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    I have one in matt black. Never seen one in white, it's quite striking; very nice.
     
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    My gloss black Gemini
    My 1st attempt with home cinema ☺
     

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    Cherry BK Monolith
     

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    It's nice to see the Mono holding its own next to such accomplished speakers as the MS Performance series :thumbsup:
     
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    XXLS400-FF in Light Oak
     

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    Alpha

    I also have the OB1i's, CB6i and TB2i's in Light Oak - is that the same finish as your BK sub?
    And would you recommend it over a B&W PV1? My only concern is that I live in a flat with neighbours beneath me, hence the PV1.

    Thanks
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    Mono + df in gloss black

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    Hey There Bk Sub lovers..

    I've just replaced my Black Ash Monolith with another one in Gloss White..:D

    The finish is outstanding, its hard to see the Quality in Photos to be Honest..

    Here's a sneaky peek.. :smashin:

    REGARDS..Roy.
     

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    This is my Monolith Plus FF in light oak.It was much lighter when I got it; now it is a more honeyed warmer hue.The picture quality is not fantastic - my new camera is on the blink and had to use my phone instead.
     

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    Roy, that GLOSS WHITE Monolith is amazing...I want one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    ...I have actually got a BK XXLS400 in satin white, didn't know they could it in gloss! :D


     
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    Its even more STUNNING in the flesh..:thumbsup:...

    REGARDS...Roy
     
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    Can i ask if i can connect my subwoofer to my avr aswell as my stereo at the same time. So if use either the sub will work?
     
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    Hi Mollywop. They are Independant connections so I think you can connect to disparate systems. However I would make sure only one system is on at a time...there is also the possibility of Ground Loops I.e. buzzing
     

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