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Thank You Asere !!

I do have a noob question though, what is the best way to remove these plugs from the ports. The plug is in there pretty tight and does not want to come out short of using a dental pick or something.
I am not sure. I had the mk4 and I think I had to just grasp it good enough to pull out. Make sure if you use something you don't poke a hole. Sorry I'm not much help.

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My what a nice sub you have!
The better to shake you with!

My what a big driver you have!
The better to pound you with!

My what stuffed ports you have!
The better to perplex you with!

Have you tried a plastic shoehorn? Slide it into the port around the circumference of the plug, then use it as a lever to try and pry the plug out (being careful not to mar the port finish). If it's an issue, try wrapping the end of the horn in something thin but soft, like a napkin.
 

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Yes direct will disable the sub out. Stereo should leave it engaged.


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I will have to make sure that Audyssey is turned off for music as the "Stereo" setting does not sound as good as "Direct".
Nope not even close
 

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You must have a better room than I. I mostly don't use direct, but I prefer my subs engaged also. A beautiful world indeed!


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How does this compare to the VTF-15H MK2. I am having a hard time deciding. That 15H is quite heavy to be moving around.

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Carlos
 
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