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A wild 77C2 appeared.
 

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Iors, what about the pre-amp and the power amplifer to run that tower speakers? I don't see it on the photo
 

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Iors, what about the pre-amp and the power amplifer to run that tower speakers? I don't see it on the photo

I'm using a Yamaha RX-V375 AVR. That's all nothing special and pretty low budget. The whole 5.1 system cost me less than 1500$.
 
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l337*g0at

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Just upgraded to a 9900KF from an 9600k, and got a Oculus Quest2, and new Aorus 43" 4k 144hz big screen paired with my 34" Curved UW in portrait mode. I do some development on that monitor, keep it for discord, slack, and also system monitoring.

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On the other side of this long desk, is a 5k LG 27" and a 5k 27" iMAC for strictly work purposes.
 

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What speakers are those and what's driving them?
Sub? Kind?
They are Alesis M1 Active MK2 and they are self powered. I got them used about 20 years ago.
I also have an M-Audio BX 10" Subwoofer under the desk.
here is an older picture showing the sub,
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Oh, a little story about the sub. I bought it used from Sweetwater or some other online music store retailer for $200.
I had it for about a week and I was showing my friend that it has a foot pedal so that you can bypass the sub and send full range to the speakers.
Well, I plugged in the foot pedal and when I activated the bypass one of the speaker channels turned off. Turns out the sub was faulty.

Called up M-Audio since it still had warranty and they said I can send it in for repair, and I asked if they were covering shipping since it was a large heavy box and they said yes.
I sent it to their repair facility and waited. About a month later I called M-Audio about it and they gave me the number to the repair facility.
I called up the repair facility and asked for the status of my sub and they said that they are waiting on the schematics from M-Audio.
I called M-Audio back and told them what the repair facility said and they decided to just send me a brand new sub.
A couple of days later a brand new BX Sub arrives and has been working perfectly since.
 
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Mad Maxx

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They are Alesis M1 Active MK2 and they are self powered. I got them used about 20 years ago.
I also have an M-Audio BX 10" Subwoofer under the desk.
here is an older picture showing the sub,
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Oh, a little story about the sub. I bought it used from Sweetwater or some other online music store retailer for $200.
I had it for about a week and I was showing my friend that it has a foot pedal so that you can bypass the sub and send full range to the speakers.
Well, I plugged in the foot pedal and when I activated the bypass one of the speaker channels turned off. Turns out the sub was faulty.

Called up M-Audio since it still had warranty and they said I can send it in for repair, and I asked if they were covering shipping since it was a large heavy box and they said yes.
I sent it to their repair facility and waited. About a month later I called M-Audio about it and they gave me the number to the repair facility.
I called up the repair facility and asked for the status of my sub and they said that they are waiting on the schematics from M-Audio.
I called M-Audio back and told them what the repair facility said and they decided to just send me a brand new sub.
A couple of days later a brand new BX Sub arrives and has been working perfectly since.
Persistence pays off! Well done and congrats!! 👍💪👊
 

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I'm thinking about going back to 16:9 aspect ratio with the new LG C2. As much as I enjoy 38 inch ultrawide, I think I miss the extra vertical space.
I've used 43" 4K TVs for years. I value the vertical real estate too much to go back to an ultra wide like yours. Still deciding on the LG C2 42". Almost pulled the trigger about 2 months ago, but bailed at the last minute.
 
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