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Mark_Seaton
Stereodude wrote:
Mark_Seaton wrote:
"i" = install from when I had first thrown a name on it, but I've been thinking it might need to change to not confuse with the international amplifier versions such as the HPi+ or F2i+.  Fortunately at this time changes are but a few mouse clicks away. [smile]

The internet never forgets Mr. Spark HC er... XC. [nono]


You and the internet may remember, but there are no parts, labels or the like headed to a dumpster with such changes at this point. 
Mark Seaton
Seaton Sound, Inc.
sales@seatonsound.net
773-290-8436
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Stereodude
Mark_Seaton wrote:
You and the internet may remember, but there are no parts, labels or the like headed to a dumpster with such changes at this point. 

You're just too efficient Mark.  Your depriving the dumpster divers of their SubMersive F18i stickers. [sneaky]
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Mark_Seaton
I just updated the 2nd post to the thread with a full set of pictures from the installation.  Details and comments along with a few more pictures can be found in the 2nd post to the thread:
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Mark Seaton
Seaton Sound, Inc.
sales@seatonsound.net
773-290-8436
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Stereodude
Mark_Seaton wrote:
A fun side bit is that the owner is not only a movie lover, but has had his share of fun autos.  He has owned this bit of movie nostalgia for quite a few years which now has a nice home in the new garage (yes, it gets driven):
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Cool, but is the license plate OUTATIME? [idea]
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audioguy
No wonder he has 8 18 inch subs. That is a bazillion cubic feet of space he need to fill with bass. But very nice looking theater - and love the look of the new subs but it appears he has large acoustic frames to cover them all up. That should not be allowed
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audioguy wrote:
No wonder he has 8 18 inch subs. That is a bazillion cubic feet of space he need to fill with bass. But very nice looking theater - and love the look of the new subs but it appears he has large acoustic frames to cover them all up. That should not be allowed


Not quite a bazillion cubic feet, but the space is fairly open.  We had plenty of power to feel the bass with authority in the kitchen above this space, and it did great double duty as the whole house subwoofer during the housewarming party. [eek]
Mark Seaton
Seaton Sound, Inc.
sales@seatonsound.net
773-290-8436
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