What do you want?

Ok, it's been a month since the re-launch of the shiny new hometheatermag.com. It seems like everyone likes it, which is good. I’ve gotten some responses about HTGamer, but I’d like to hear more. Like:

What would you like to see more of there?

Would you like to see hardware reviews of products that would integrate your gaming into your HT better?

Do you want the reviews to be longer? Shorter?

How about screenshots? We’ve been putting up 3 or so for each review, is that enough or too many?

Let me know here, or send me a line at htletters@Primedia.com

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Charlie's picture

Hey Goef,I think it was you that I sat next to on a flight from DFW to Burbank a couple months ago... I enjoyed the conversation. Too bad we didn't realize our shared "geekhood" earlier in the flight. You may remember I've got a couple Logan speakers and sub and a 60" Sony XBR. I'm now starting to look at the field for a good high current amp to drive the Logans. I'm also considering (big maybe) on going back to surroud ($$$$ on more Logans). I'm interested mainly in recommendations on who is good at driving the Logans (6 ohms nominal, 2 ohms at 20 kHz, and the speakers are supposed to be driven at 200 watts). (I got to your website from looking at the Denon AVR-5805, but I'm looking at Krell, Classe, Rotel, Sony ES, etc.) Thanks for any input you can provide. Hope to run into you again some time. Best of the holidays to you.- Charlie

Geoffrey Morrison's picture

Hi Charlie. Send me an email at htletters@primedia.com, I'd be happy to help.

Danny's picture

CABLES - How about some hard-hitting information on a/v interconnects and speaker wire? Blow the lid off the industry by proving that $2000 Kimber Kables sound no better than the in-the-box freebies with the component. Or convince us why spending that $2000 is worth it. As for speaker wire, $0.09/ft lamp cord, $3.00/ft Monster or $90.00/ft Kimber - what's the better value?

John's picture

If we're talking gamer stuff, how about the wheels and pedals for XBOX and otehrs? Do they make the driving games more or less playable? I'll also add a vote for cables. Please tell me if I need to spend more money. Also, bi-wiring, is it over-rated?Thanks!

Geoffrey Morrison's picture

So a yes on the gear then. We can do that. I have a Logitech Wheel for the PC, it also works for PS2 (and probably Xbox). It

Geoffrey Morrison's picture

The cables question is one I get a lot. Testing cables isn

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