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  • Re: Speaker choice for dance room

    I have just seen on Artcoustics FB page www.facebook.com/artcousticspeakers that they have launched a new speaker with the text: " If you have a project in a large room, club, commercial venue, or just a client that likes to party..then you need to see and hear these!"
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by fishta on Wed, Oct 15 2014
  • Re: Speaker choice for dance room

    Agreed but paired with one of these http://www.artcoustic.com/Product%20pages%20HTM/Spitfire%20SL%20Sub.html or http://www.artcoustic.com/Art_speaker_SL_Subwoofer%20page.html and then setup properly with their correct amplifiers http://www.artcoustic.com/Product%20pages%20HTM/PA250%20&%20PA750.html the result really is astounding. Just to clarify I don't work for Artcoustic but I hear a lot of speakers in my job role and for dance music these systems do really well. If you want the subs built
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by fishta on Sat, Oct 11 2014
  • Re: Speaker choice for dance room

    Have you looked at Artcoustic before? The owner of the company Kim is also a DJ so he knows how dance music should sound. I work for a custom installation company and we deal with B&O, B&W, Triad, DefTech, Procella, Wisdom, Pro Audio etc. but I have to say the Artcoustic really handle dance music well. Have a look and if you want any more info let me know. These would probably suit quite nicely http://www.artcoustic.com/Art_speaker_SL%20Series%20floor%20wall%20page.html Cheers, Nick
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by fishta on Fri, Oct 10 2014
  • Re: Bizzare YouTube video from B&O shop .

    Whilst their "normal system" prices are inflated, the guys in the video who are the owners of B&O Chelsea started life as Kensington Audio Visual who are a Control4 & Crestron dealer, so they know what they are doing and I believe they also have these systems on show in the basement of their showroom. From having spoken to them before I believe they are going more for interior designers with this pitch and the typical B&O client rather than the technical clients. I am sure their
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by fishta on Wed, Apr 16 2014
  • Re: Alternatives

    I have replaced my BeoVision 7-40 MK5 with a Panasonic TXL42DT65B, Denon AVR-2313, B&W MT-50D package and Control4 HC-250 with SR-250 remote along with iPad/iPhone app (which I never use) and whilst I can programme it (I work for a Control4 dealer) I never have done since I got it as I am Mac only at home and the software is PC only. I have to say whilst the BeoVision 7-40 was great, I don't miss it and from selling it I was able to buy all that and put a deposit down for a car! Only thing
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by fishta on Mon, Nov 25 2013
  • Re: BV11-46 and BeoLab14-2.1 - installation charges - doesn't seem right

    Whilst I can understand the view of people believing that installation should be included I also believe that there should be a charge. Times have changed, in the days of the Avant it was pretty much just plug and play, now with various obscure set top boxes, networking, wall mounting, cables needing to be chased etc there is more work to do and what can seem like a simple install can still take time. I used to work in a London B&O store (2008-2011) and in the most the sales staff would be the
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by fishta on Wed, Nov 13 2013
  • Re: Recommendation for a new router

    I have had a Draytek 2820n for the last 3 years and never had to reset it. I used to have it connected to BeThere ISP and now have it connected to a Virgin Media Super Hub in modem only mode and it runs fantastically.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by fishta on Thu, May 30 2013
  • Re: Beolab 14 sub

    I can't see why people would spend £2,500 on a set of 5.1 speakers and then connect them by the headphone jack to their TV, it seems crazy. The whole idea of surround sound for me is hearing the sound as it was intended to be, which is achieved through Dolby & DTS formats. For this you need a decoder (normally built into BeoVisions) which your sources connect into by HDMI (even Sky now sends Dolby Digital over HDMI) and then you have your BeoLab 14 connected to that. Options for doing
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by fishta on Sat, May 18 2013
  • Re: Best DVD for demonstrating your home cinema?

    For sound quality: Adele Live at The Albert Hall "someone like you" sounds truly fantastic and is very emotional, the far away cameras are SD though so not brilliant picture quality. Chris Botti: Live in Boston "shape of my heart" this is very good for demonstrating surround sound as the vocals are split very well over all the channels. Josh Groban: Lucia Micarelli "Kashmir" this song doesnt actually feature josh groban and is just violin and orchestral but is one of
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by fishta on Sun, Apr 14 2013
  • BeoLab 7.2 Alternatives

    I am about to move house and I fear that where I want to put my BeoVision 7-40 MK5, which I plan to put on a STB movable wall bracket in an alcove that the BeoLab 7.2 won't fit. I really don't like the look of the BeoLab 7.1 beneath a 40" and there isn't room for a BeoLab 7.4 or 10. I currently have a active Bose Acoustimass 5 speaker package connected up as fronts and 2012 B&W M1's connected to a BeoLink Passive for the rears which all sound great and obviously cost a fraction
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by fishta on Mon, Mar 25 2013
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