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Discussion in 'General TV Discussions Forum' started by JoeJoe, Mar 1, 2002.

  1. JoeJoe

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    Only recently came across this forum and after a good browse through, I was able to make my informed buying decision yesterday.
    So I'd just like to thank all the questioners and responders on this forum for all their help :)

    It was a toss up between the KP44PS2 and the 42WH18B

    I went to Sound and Vision in Bolton ( if you're going spend a load of money, it really is worth trip ).
    Spoke to George, a scot, and he was unbelievable helpful and patient.
    They had the Sony and Tosh next to each other so I could view them at the same time.

    The Sony's colour, picture stability and overall clarity was pretty poor compared to the Tosh. I have to take their word that both sets were set-up to their best setting, they do know what they are doing ( compared to me that is ! ).

    So, the tosh it was, which is handy as it's a lot cheaper.
    So to the price. No haggling at all! I just asked what price it was ( nothing is priced in the shop ). £1550 for the TV including a free Tosh DVD player.
    £490 for the Denon Gold AVR2802 and £650 for the Kef eggs.
    I even got all my cabling at half price! And they had it all in stock.

    Very impressive.
    All I have to do now is work out how the hell this amp works. It is complicated to say the least. I'm gonna have to read the manual!

    Expect a post or two from me in the near future.

    Many thanks again.

    JoeJoe
     
  2. Lowrider

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    Set the crossover in the Denon to 120 hz, and in the sub to maximum, fully clockwise...
     
  3. JoeJoe

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    Sub to max? I've got it about halfway and when it kicks in, shakes the house as it is. Is it safe to set the sub to max and wouldn't it be too loud?
     
  4. JoeJoe

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    Sorry, you mean the cross over. Duh, stupid me.
    Thanks for the info, will skip down stairs now and amend it.
     

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