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July 29, 2016 - 4:44 pm
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I’m a long time audio buff and just recently had the space and funds to build my own dedicated home theater . My foundation is a vintage pair of Ohm Walsh 2 speakers. I bought a pair in the early 1980s when they first came on the market and lost them in a divorce ten years later. I have recently found a pair on ebay and ordered and installed the upgrade kit from Ohm Acoustics who still supports parts and service for them.

My room and electronics collection are complete and I’m working on acoustic treatments now. I have watched many of Dennis’s videos and find them interesting and informative. I really appreciate how he outlines his topic and explains the theory supporting it, then leaves you to think for yourself how to use it in your application. The internet is full of HT gurus who tell you very specifically where to place an absorber or diffuser without having a clue about your room or your speaker system. I may sound selfish, but as I near retirement age, the only person I have to please with my HT is me. As long as it sounds and looks like I want it to, I’m happy.

By the way Dennis, I’m a member of the gray pony tail club too!

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