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Old 11-29-2012, 08:20 AM   #21
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Backcountry exploring with my CJ5 or Polaris Ranger. Shooting sports, Reloading, varmint calling, trap shooting. And our Flagstaff 25DS is involved in a lot of these.
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Old 11-29-2012, 08:27 AM   #22
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After going through the list on Wikipedia (I can be pretty slow in the AM) I figured it out.
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Old 11-29-2012, 08:48 AM   #23
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In our non-camping spare time??... My wife enjoys quilting and I am into O scale model railroading.

Actually, my wife does most of the model railroad detail work like building structures, making trees, ballasting, etc. I tell people that my wife does the modeling part and I play with the trains.
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Old 11-29-2012, 09:41 AM   #24
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Woodworking, Speaker building, welding/metalworking, fixing electronics and technology.

While camping we like to ride motorcycles and mountain bikes as well as tent camping and backpacking.

I am also a IT manager so I get to play with the latest and greatest pc stuff.

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Harleys, Cornhole, off roading, photography, obscure board games, my home theater, and the finer brands of grain alcohols. Not all at once. Never all at once.

Thats all I got time for

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What equipment are you using in your HT?
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Old 11-29-2012, 09:50 AM   #25
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In my spare time when not camping, I am repairing the camper.

Seriously, I like to bicycle (both road and mountain), hike, and scuba dive in warm waters as much as the money allows.
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Old 11-29-2012, 03:17 PM   #26
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What equipment are you using in your HT?
Onkyo 709 receiver, BiC Acustech PL89 towers PL28 center, PL66 surrounds, a PL-200 subwoofer, and a Polk PSW110 as a 'mid sub'. At 110 watts per channel from the Onkyo, that's 550 watts plus 1000 for the PL-200 sub and 300 from the Polk sub for a grand total of 1850 watts of THX certified sound

Epson 8350 projector, 9 foot Da-Lite motorized retract screen, Panasonic Blue ray, x box and directv.

All in all, I can knock your socks off, visually and acoustically.

Pictures of the set up on this thread.

That Other Expensive Hobby

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Old 11-30-2012, 07:43 AM   #27
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Other than camping my passion is Music! Yes I can play guitar, keyboard! But unfortunately I could not make much time for it now a day!
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Old 11-30-2012, 11:29 AM   #28
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Onkyo 709 receiver, BiC Acustech PL89 towers PL28 center, PL66 surrounds, a PL-200 subwoofer, and a Polk PSW110 as a 'mid sub'. At 110 watts per channel from the Onkyo, that's 550 watts plus 1000 for the PL-200 sub and 300 from the Polk sub for a grand total of 1850 watts of THX certified sound

Epson 8350 projector, 9 foot Da-Lite motorized retract screen, Panasonic Blue ray, x box and directv.

All in all, I can knock your socks off, visually and acoustically.

Pictures of the set up on this thread.

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Very nice Tim!! That looks to be a VERY fun room!!

I am also heavily indebted to the world of audio and video.

A pic of the last theater (remodel in progress) becase the upgrade bug always comes around. My room is not near as big as yours but the colors are similar!!

B&W Signature 7.1 system w/Tigers eye maple finish. The 800's are powered by a Musical Fidelity KW500 and the surrounds by a Rotel RMB 1575 250 per ch 5 ch amp. OPPO BDP83SE BluRay and a Rotel RSP 1572 prepro.
4 JBL 18" 2242 subs in 14cu ft cabs powerd by 2 crown K2's at 1600 watts per ch with Ashly signal processing.

Epson 5010 3d 1080p and a Dalite 106" screen. Pic shows the older Dalite 88"



2 Channel room is the daily listening place.

I'm a JBL whore!!
Equipment is main listening speaker is a DIY JBL 1400 Array with Beryllium compression drivers and my custom designed crossovers powerd by my Mcintosh MC 602 and an Adcom GFP 750 and Sony X77ES balanced CD player.

This is what I do during the winter!!
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Harley rides, anything with wheels. got out of Kart racing on a national level about 6 years ago but still have the passion to watch Sprint cars or any oval track. Hubby is restoring a 56 chevy pick up from the frame up. Cant wait for that to be done. almost any type of sports (daughter is in middle school and son is sophomore in college, so whatever they are into) mainly basketball, football,, cross country, track, volleyball.. I like to do a little running myself. After working full time all week is there any extra time left for anything else?
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Semi-Retired Activities

We are semi-retired and enjoy gardening, woodworking and community volunteer projects. Grand-Kids provide lots of opportunies making "Grandpa Workshop" things. Gardening and managing our 5 acre country retirement home, we have a Ford 2600 play toy tractor with an Allied bucket, and a 84" finish mower plus a Cub Cadet lawn tractor, Troy Tiller and all the normal gardening "stuff".

We RV each year to Florida stopping for a week at interesting destinations, past year, Stone Mountain Ga, next year Charleston.We usually have a week camping with the grand-kids each summer.

The "semi" portion of retirement: I retired from the Director of Clinical Engineering of a 700 bed Hospital, I always enjoyed the "hands-on" portion of Clinical Engineering, therefore, we still operate our own company Brunswick Scientific, where I only do a few Certification contracts at the Allied Health (Lab. Technology, Respiratory & Nursing) section at the University and some Physiotherapy Clinics, no more than 30-40 days spread out over the year.

Main motto: "Every day is Saturday, if it is not FUN don't do it"
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