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  1. Need PCI Card with 110ohm AES/XLR

    Computers | HTPC | Media Servers
    For a PC base media serve/transport - any of you guys manage to find any PCI type card with AES/XLR 110ohms out (not the pro version where there are lots of out/in + xpensive) ?? USB out can make use of either SoTM or PPA S/PDIF - think ASUS got a PCI card with both 75ohms RCA and/or Toslink
  2. Is there a PCI x1 video card better than my onboard video GPU?

    Computers | HTPC | Media Servers
    My mobo has an Nvidia 8200 mGPU onboard with a DVI out, 8GB of DDR2, and a PCI x1 slot. In BIOS, I can allocate up to 512mb of the DDR2 to the GPU. It supports 1920x1024 at 60hz. I was thinking of upgrading this though, but I'm not too knowledgeable of graphics cards. I know PCI x1 is kinda...
  3. Fs/svs 20-39 Pci Sub

    Classifieds - Speakers and Subwoofers
    http://www.svsound.com/products-sub-cyl-pcpow.cfm You can go to the above link and read about it. LOCAL PICKUP ONLY, sorry! Paypal or cash when you pick it up. Works perfect, i'm just upgrading. It's handled everyhing i've given it and never one problem. It's around 2 years old. I can't find...
  4. PB12-NSD good as 20-39 PCi

    Well my birthday is in September and I'm going to celebrate by upgrading my Dayton 10" sub to something better. I've decided on SVS and am really excited about getting something ordered. My room size right now is 20x30x10. I know, it's huge. I say "right now" though because I'm in the military...
  5. SVS 16-46 PCI in 30 foot room.

    REW Forum
    Nobody would ever believe it when I said how powerful my 16-46 PCI was. So I just ran REW through it straight off the soundcard. No speakers or EQ. Shack old analogue meter correction file loaded. Despite the massive natural house curve it never sounded bottom heavy and is very easy to...
  6. REW Graph - Before & After BFD - SVS PCI 20-39

    REW Forum
    Using the new RS digital SPL meter calibration file and REW, SVS PCI 20-39, crossover on my Yamaha receiver is fixed at 90 Hz, here are my results: Before - Sub only: After - Sub only: After - Sub & Lft/Rt Mains: All graphs together: