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    Have you looked at the Hercules Fortissimo III 7.1?

    http://us.hercules.com/products/product.php3?id=39

    Or if you have to have some RCA and Optical in's and out's, check out the Hercules Game Theater XP 6.1.

    http://us.hercules.com/products/features.php3?id=36

    I have the XP and love it.
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    The XP is certainly a consideration, but I would prefer not having to go with an external box.
    For the good news, Newegg is listing the new Nforce2 mATX board! ETA is 11/7, I am on auto-notify. Finally!!

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    Jus throwing in a idea.

    Congrats on the Nforce2 board.
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    Here is a nice little under-powered sub! http://www.sunfire.com/

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    That little Sunfire is a damn-fine sub! Amazing that they get true, flat bass out of it.
    My darn sub is a 2ft square monster that weighs about 60lbs! And the amplifier/crossover is in a separate box.

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    Ive always wanted to hear one of those little suckers....as Ive been a Bob Carver fan for years. Ever hear one? I understand about big subs...like that refrig size thing I have.

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    Yep, I heard one when they first came 5 or so years ago. Pretty impressive, but it was $1299 back then, I have no idea what it is worth now.
    I had an original Carver Reciever. 120 watts/channel, very sweet reciever. I bought it in '89, and it is still the ex's primary music source!

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    This whole home theater thread has me shopping/learning again damn it. Its been a reminder how long its been since Ive shopped for primo sound stuff. Gee thanks!

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    John C. Just read about new product from Midiman you might want to peek at at their site....Sonica Theater. If you see my post at Nameks.....youll see Im trying to get a sample. JimZ

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    If you plan on going with an AX-7 you better jump on it.
    http://www.amdforums.com/showthread....hreadid=170649
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    You still can get an AX-7 here,I just ordered two.
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    Thanks, just ordered from them. Only thing I dont like, Is they dont give you the option to not keep your credit card info on file. So after I ordered, I updated account with fake number.

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    John C, did you ever get a case? If so which one?
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    Apple G4 1ghz "Quicksilver" • 1.5gb PC133 • nVidia GeForce4 MX440 64mb • 80gb 'Cuda 160gb "Cuda • Pioneer DVR-108 • Zip 250 • 2x M-Audio Delta66 w/ Omni Studio • Berhinger Truth B2031A Studio Monitors

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    I am waiting on Designcomp to get the Coolermaster ATC-610's back in stock. $204. Sundial Micro has them in stock now, for $215.
    Expensive, but they appear to be worth it, and they are the exact same width as stereo components, so it will look great in the rack.

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