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    Too bad this isn't face to face it's so much easier. Post more latter have to go to work. Looks to me like it's semantics.

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    I had to run at the end too, agreed on the semantic issue, just don't think I am in hell
    Think center channel for 250TIs; (2) 108s, a 104 and a 44ti, now what?

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    To follow up, I spoke w/Rob on the phone I will ask he post in this thread after he checks on an item or 2.

    He was great to take his time to do so

    It was nice talking with you Rob!

    Thanks

    Mark
    Think center channel for 250TIs; (2) 108s, a 104 and a 44ti, now what?

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    Here's a post from 4313 that details the 044ti. It is JBL Standard Polarity

    http://audioheritage.org/vbulletin/s...85&postcount=8

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    The 044 and the 044Ti are the same then. Note he does say swap it for a test tto see if the user likes it better. Any news on the wire color coding?

    Mark
    Think center channel for 250TIs; (2) 108s, a 104 and a 44ti, now what?

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    Any news on the wire color coding?
    What about it???

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    Isn't is different from the diagram, not an issue for me but to get the proper info out there

    Mark
    Think center channel for 250TIs; (2) 108s, a 104 and a 44ti, now what?

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    Hello Mark

    Sure but the best thing would be to photo your networks and post it up on the site and then we could compare them to the Tech Sheet. Otherwise we are going to get bogged down. From the phone call last night all I really remember was they don't match, certainly not enough of the details to discuss it accurately or post what they were. You could talk to it much better than I could. With pictures we could all take a crack at it.

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    OK, i will take some
    Think center channel for 250TIs; (2) 108s, a 104 and a 44ti, now what?

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