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    JBL Synthesis - Something BIG is on its way...

    I just confirmed shipping on the biggest and most expensive assemblage of new JBL gear I've every purchased. I'm just about to puke from excitement.

    As you know, I'm a big fan of JBL's newest products and a big fan of multi-channel sound, so that should get you thinking in the right direction.

    Watch this space over the next week for the unfolding news. Watch the Lansing Product Marketplace for a lot of JBL speakers and other gear going on the block, especially those of you who can pick up.

    Oooh, baby.
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    At least someone is fighting the recession.................

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    He's probably getting free money from the govt's bailout package.

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    1400 Arrays, maybe?


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    Something Big on it's way! Well just as long as I don’t get buggered by it.

    So what is the big secret or is it very hush, hush....


    Its got to be JBL cinema PA you can’t get another bigger than that!

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    ... as long as I donít get buggered by it.
    Dave, don't do that!

    Very thrilling, what will fill the room? :dont-know

    1400 Arrays, maybe?
    Horns, that would be very surprising ...
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    Peter who in the blazes is Dave? You quoted the wrong name. Donít tell me its snowing in Germany and the cold is affecting your judgment as well.

    Well if itís the Empire, I doubt Iím going to be that impressedÖ just kidding.

    Well I wouldnít stick a large horn next to CRT the colour will get bugged up!

    A video projection screen will be top class with the stage JBL PA behind it and the subs stacked along the floor directly underneath the stage channels. The surrounds mounted to the walls at least a few for each side to give that true JBL defused surround sound with centre phantom, split-surrounds will rocket around the room with Apollo 13.


    What I think has happened heís raided a JBL store and is presently looking for safe house to stash it all.

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    My money is on a new LS setup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdgrimes View Post
    My money is on a new LS setup.
    I found there ugly mug shot it isnít pretty.

    No thatís not LARGE enough. My money is on and even thou Iím strapped for cash its on the JBL cinema professional range.


    Thing is I donít like mismatched speakers no matter what the manufacture says. To me matching is religious thing for LCR no matter how small or large matching LCR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBL 4645 View Post
    I found there ugly mug shot it isnít pretty.

    No thatís not LARGE enough. My money is on and even thou Iím strapped for cash its on the JBL cinema professional range.


    Thing is I donít like mismatched speakers no matter what the manufacture says. To me matching is religious thing for LCR no matter how small or large matching LCR.
    You are nuts and have bad taste
    Don't insult the LS speakers, monkey boy!(re Buckaroo bonzai)
    They are fine looking and will no doubt be a fine addition to the TiDome House of Sound and Vision...!

    Can't wait to hear more 'bout it ~!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hjames View Post
    You are nuts and have bad taste
    Don't insult the LS speakers, monkey boy!(re Buckaroo bonzai)
    They are fine looking and will no doubt be a fine addition to the TiDome House of Sound and Vision...!

    Can't wait to hear more 'bout it ~!
    I’m just religious about matching fronts. Sure they look wonderful well maybe three front towers, then you’ll have matching LCR, might cost a few more peanuts or two.

    I just don’t understand why JBL makes speakers for home cinema and makes model that doesn’t look anything remotely close to what they have practiced for decades with cinema sound. Matching fronts is one of the golden rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdgrimes View Post
    He's probably getting free money from the govt's bailout package.
    That's backwards, I'm afraid. Like you and every other working stiff, I'm giving money to the government so it can bail out those bastiges who got rich off the problem and are now begging for help to maintain their fat, bonus-driven lifestyles.

    At the same time, though, I'm investing money direct into the economy, supporting a brick and mortar JBL dealer, supporting warehousing and shipping jobs, supporting JBL/Harman manufacturing jobs, supporting JBL engineering and design jobs, supporting JBL/Harman research and development, and, god help me, supporting Harman International marketing jobs. This little investment will support more hard-working middle Americans (and perhaps some Chinese, though I'm not sure yet) than the billions flushed down the endless, gaping maw of the American financial sector and its elite, greed-filled minions.

    Mikebake is right. This is one way I'm fighting the recession, and it won't be my last big purchase this year from a real business run by a hard-working man or woman. At first, I was going to stash everything away for tough times, but in many respects the money I have will not be worth more than it is now and times aren't much tougher than this. So the way to help others is to patronize their stores and businesses. Of course, I won't spend everything, but even a few bucks spent here and there multiplied by hundreds of people keeps a local business going.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hjames View Post
    You are nuts and have bad taste
    Don't insult the LS speakers, monkey boy!(re Buckaroo bonzai)
    They are fine looking and will no doubt be a fine addition to the TiDome House of Sound and Vision...!

    Can't wait to hear more 'bout it ~!
    Little horns? Do you think I would...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titanium Dome View Post

    god help me, supporting Harman International marketing jobs.

    Give us a hint, what exactly are you getting that is so BIG!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titanium Dome View Post
    Little horns? Do you think I would...?
    Give Us A Clue?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Give_Us_a_Clue

    Now that is dead give away clue it has to be JBL Professional cinema PA.

    Does anyone win a prize if we guess right?

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