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    This is cool!

    Started by joeyc at 08-26-09, 06:58 PM

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    Started by CaptainPioneer at 09-29-09, 11:31 AM

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  2. William from NOLA

    09-08-09 #2


    Being that it is shielded, it isn't likely. I wouldn't think that an unshielded would really affect a player anyway. A tv I can see it affecting.

    I would just worry more about the player not liking the weight of the speaker.
    A.K.A. megahurts4 :: Member since: July 19, 2002

  3. NorthQuad

    Platinum Plus
    09-08-09 #3


    Ok, cool. Thanks!

    The speaker weights about 17lbs. Hopefully that isn't too much.

  4. colemanyoungerinalaska

    Senior Member
    09-08-09 #4


    vibration might be a problem

  5. NorthQuad

    Platinum Plus
    09-08-09 #5


    Yeah, it would probably be an issue for most people but I'm a pansy and won't be cranking it up that high. Most of the vibrations will most likely be coming from the subwoofer.

  6. GlassWolf

    09-09-09 #6


    as noted, weight and resonance are the main concerns. shielding is moot since DVD works optically, not magnetically.

    I wouldn't put my player under a center channel, personally.. then again I have a rack for my components, and a stand for my center channel, and the TV hangs on the wall.

    It also may mar the surface of the player's case.. which devalues the player. I did just sell my old panasonic RP82 DVD player for $150. I also have a Panasonic DMP35K bluray player for sale, never opened, full warranty etc.. for $300. I got stuck with two of them. a 55k and 35k. I'm keeping the 55k, so I have one to unload for what I paid, minus my shipping costs. Great player.. got the 2008 cnet editor's choice award.
    GlassWolf (aka KikiTheCat)

  7. NorthQuad

    Platinum Plus
    09-09-09 #7


    Right, I was going to slap a couple of small strips of foam under the center channel to keep anything on/in the player from rattling.

    I'm kind of short on options where to put the center channel. I don't have any room for a stand and just have the tv cabinet to use. The only space left is on the top shelf where the blu-ray player is. It's probably not the optimum place for it but it'll have to do.

    Oh, and btw, the Panasonic blu-ray player is sweet. I picked the BD60 up last Friday I think it was. I've only played regular DVD's with it and there is a noticeable difference compaired to the 7-8 year $100 DVD player I've been using. I can't wait to try a blu-ray movie disk.

    I'll take a pic of the set-up I have at the moment in a bit here.

  8. William from NOLA

    09-09-09 #8


    I think you'd do just as good with a PS3
    A.K.A. megahurts4 :: Member since: July 19, 2002

  9. NorthQuad

    Platinum Plus
    09-09-09 #9


    Quote Originally Posted by William from NOLA View Post
    I think you'd do just as good with a PS3
    Probably, as I will never use three quarters of the functions on the blu-ray. But I've only used the PS2 I have now about 10 times or so. So either way.

  10. NorthQuad

    Platinum Plus
    09-09-09 #10


    Here's a shot of the setup I have at the moment. But this is going to change in a few hours here probably.

    Speaker Placed On Top of Blu-Ray...

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