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fschris is currently offline  fschris
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I somehow stumbled across a pic from BigMouthinDC in AVS from like 2012.

I am interested to learn about these kits, the 3Pi and 4Pi. I had owned some DIYSG 1099s but I have sold them.

Can anyone chime in on the 3Pi and 4Pi. I can't find much info as to the differences and are the kits still available.

How are these different than the DIYSG HTM12's?

I am currently moving into a new house that will have a dedicated theater room. The room is very modest at 12' wide by about 25' deep. It is built over a garage. I am thinking about 3 speaker for behind a screen... however I am open to ideas.

I think I will have a more dedicated 2CH system in my office.

Thanks
Chris
Re: Interesting Designs ... [message #93225 is a reply to message #93223] Mon, 01 March 2021 09:27 Go to previous message
Wayne Parham is currently offline  Wayne Parham
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Check out the Pi Speakers FAQ. It has information about the differences between models, various technologies used, basic setup information and a whole lot of other stuff.

That should get you started, then ask any other questions you might have here.
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