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johnwa

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1. Member Name: John

2. Location: Washington State

3. ML Model(s): Sequel II and Theatre Center (Monolith III's and Passage's (4) comming.

4. Year Purchased: Sequel's around 1998 and Theatre around 2003

5. No Mods/Changes as yet but JonLo has me inspired

6. Associated Electronics:

Sony SACD/DVD S9000 ES
Adcom GCD 700 CD Carosel
Monster Power HTS 5000
Panamax 5300 power conditioner
M&K SS-150 THX Surround Speakers (4)
Denon AVR 5800 HT Reciever (drives the M&K Surrounds)
McIntosh 2205 Power Amp (drives the Sequel's and Velodyne Sub)
Contol 4 Multichannel Amp
Control 4 Media Controller
Sony DVD SACD/DVD Multi-Changer (400 disc for DVD Library)
Phase Linear 2000 Pre Amp
Phase Linear 200 Power Amp
VideoTelecom - "Zoom Box" Controller

7. Comments and/or stories about your Martin Logan experience:

I have been a huge fan of Martin Logan Speakers since first seeing them and then when I heard them for the first time I was hooked.
 

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johnwa

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Thanks for the welcome and the great forum in general! This is a great venue and I sincerely appreciate and applaud all the efforts that go into managing it.

I did not know how the pictures would turn out as I had to compress them but you are right they are essentially useless. I tried to post the full fledged versions but they were rejected. Any suggestions?
 

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thanks Chris for the Avatar comment. You have to love Homer J and the Ramones.
 

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nice system,really like the room,better pictures would be nice.did you do all the woodwork in the room?,like the bar and cabinet.what's the size and type of tv/monitor?
 

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Thanks for the comments and I hear you on the pictures and even with help this is the best we could do. I am not sure what kind of compression other people are using to get larger shots up linked but I will update at some point as I figure this all out.

I had the room done (and redone) but all the wood work was contracted. That is actually a Grey Hawk 110 inch Stewart Screen. The projector is an InFocus HD unit.
 

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thanks for the post, and if I only had a vintage coke a cola vending machine to store my scotch in. . . then i think i have no reason to leave my room. that and going to the bathroom. BTW, what kind of projector do you have?
 

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