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    #391
    Quote Originally Posted by IceColdBeer
    kimps, yung bago ng Bose (Wave Systems) hindi na kailangan ng AVR. All in one na siya. Not so sure kung okay talaga especially pang home theater.
    pre... hindi ba stereo system lang ang wave?

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    #392
    from the looks of it yeah dahil L/R lang ang speaker niya eh. although hindi ko pa narinig itong wave system, ika nga sa audio...trust your ears

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    #393
    Eto ung overview.

    Popular Science called the original Bose® Wave® radio "a sonic marvel." Now, the Wave® music system builds on the achievements of its acclaimed predecessor to set a whole new standard in audio performance, simplicity and elegant design. This innovative music system provides lush, room-filling sound from a system so small and simple to use, it fits almost anywhere.

    Enjoy crisper, more accurate sound

    The Wave® music system reproduces one-half octave lower musical notes and delivers even greater clarity and definition than the original Wave® radio/CD. With its deeper tones and even more lifelike sound, you might just feel like you’re sitting in the front row.

    Inside, our new proprietary waveguide speaker technology combines with other Bose® technologies to deliver enhanced performance—at all listening levels. You'll hear the same clear musical nuances whether you turn the volume up or keep it soft.

    You'll also enjoy the full depth and range of every vocal or instrument on newer MP3s, CD-R/RWs, and conventional CDs. Listen to CDs created on your computer and take advantage of the new digital MP3 format to enjoy hours of uninterrupted Wave® music system quality sound.

    Designed with simplicity in mind

    The Wave® music system was engineered to be delightfully easy to use. There are no visible buttons. Instead, the entire system is completely and conveniently controlled by a credit card-sized remote control. And setup couldn’t be easier. The CD player, digital AM/FM tuner, amplifiers and speakers are all built-in so you can enjoy quality sound right out of the box.

    The large, bright display panel is easy to read and understand, prominently displaying the artist, title and album names of your suitably encoded MP3 CDs. It's also easy to enjoy the system's full, rich sound with your TV, VCR, DVD player, or computer, thanks to an auxiliary input jack. And if you want to keep the music to yourself, you can simply plug your headphones into the headphone jack.

    Elegance in a distinctive design

    The Wave® music system may look familiar, but it takes the original award-winning design of the Wave® radio/CD to new levels. With its absence of buttons and a convenient slot-loaded CD player, the slim, sleek profile shines through to complement just about any room.

    You'll also enjoy more options for placing your system where its distinctive design looks best. That's because the speakers are magnetically shielded to prevent interference from TVs or computer monitors.

    Your Wave® music system can even become part of an expanded home entertainment experience. With Bose® link, the Wave® music system is now compatible with select Lifestyle® systems. So you can easily extend your Bose listening experience to multiple rooms.

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    #394
    Mukhang stereo lang nga pero kagandahan lang talaga maliit lang.

    Medyo natetempt na naman ako magsetup ng HT hehe. I am also looking at Rotel AVR, mukhang maganda sa reviews, di ko lang alam ang presyo kung maganda din.

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    #395
    natapos ko na rin yun setup ko hehehe. salamas sa mga inputs guys!!!!



    the HK avr n HK dvd player and the toshiba 'freebie' dvd player(gamit ko sa pDVD). above, the dream cable recevier and above it, PS2
    http://img147.exs.cx/img147/8374/dsc009845uu.jpg

    the couch coupe! 2 lang kase kasya

    my NBA pillow, for those NBA LIVE PS2 moments! something to hit pag naiinis ako't natatalo na
    http://img81.exs.cx/img81/5516/dsc009924bv.jpg
    Last edited by cardo; January 7th, 2005 at 11:50 AM.

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    #396
    ICB, dyan magaling ang Bose...sa marketing. pero for audio the best talaga ang 2 speaker setup.

    Cardo, although nakita ko na sa pinoydvd, hanep ang setup mo, i like you speakers pero baka gusto mo ilayo ng kaunti ang 2 front para lumaki ang soundstage mo.

    also since naka bookshelves ka sa rear ilagay mo 2-3 feet above your listening ear.

    check speaker placements sa net or sa pinoydvd, para ma maximize mo ang speaker mo na ubod ng ganda.

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    #397
    ah ok... thanks for the input

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    #398
    no problem bro kasi looking space pede mong ilagay sa small ang setting ng AVR mo kasi baka ma overwhelm ka sa large setting magkaroon ka ng listening fatigue.

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    #399
    cardo, nice setup. magkano ba ang singil mo kung manook ako ng DVD sa yo?... hehehehe.. may libre bang popcorn?..;)

    seriously, how big is this room?

    kimpoy, di ba parang tama nga yung setup ni cardo. surround speakers should be at ear level. (and all speakers for that matter except the sub-woofer and center speaker).

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    #400
    jiggs84,
    subjective pa rin, pero www.dolby.com recommends that rear speakers you be 2-3 feet above ear level. ako naka ear level ako dahil floorstander ang rear speakers ko, mag iiba pa nga if you have bi-pole or dipole speakers pero ayoko na i tackle yan he..he

    here's an illustration aid from dolby.com

    degrees to know the space of the front speakers
    center should be slighty behind the TV, on top or below the TV is fine.

    bottomline, all of this is subjective what sounds good to me might differ from you.

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