We didn't get to where we are today without being shrewd. We gave
our employees Bonuses of Christmas instead of cashier's checks. We
figured out how to cut costs in half by programming our Robosapiens to
build other Robosapiens. And we learned that it doesn't really cost a
lot to buy off Merriam-Webster. Seriously, they totally took the first
offer. Library science majors, huh? Go figure. Anyway, we were talking
When we read the description of this refurbished RCA RT2770 1000 Watt 5.1 Home Theatre System we knew right away what was going on. RCA
calls it "an unparallelled audio experience". And yeah, there are four
150 watt speakers, a 200 watt center speaker and a 200 watt subwoofer.
There's a USB port for your MP3 Player
or digital camera or thumbdrive, and a built-in digital AM/FM tuner.
There's six channel input and Dolby Digital output. It's pretty well
But really, you're never going to fool anyone into thinking that the RCA RT2770 1000 Watt 5.1 Home Theatre System is a high-end system. We sure didn't. And so what? What if you don't care
about hearing the squeaky bass pedal in "Since I've Been Loving You"?
Who has the cash to get some crazy speaker made out of the gold they
found on the moon? We don't, we just bought sixty thousand old
dictionaries at retail.
Part of business is knowing when to spend and when to reinvest. At this price, the RCA RT2770 1000 Watt
5.1 Home Theatre System makes for a pretty good balance of both. Grab
'em now, make do for a few years, and then bump up to something top of
the line when those investments pay off. You'll watch tv okay while you
wait and end up with more in your pocket in the end. See? That's what
they call shrewd.
Warranty: 90 Day Woot
RMS Output: 167 Watts per Channel (1KHz, 8 Ohm Dolby Digital Mode @ 10% THD)
Total RMS Output Power Dolby Digital mode: 1000 W
FTC Output Power Front and rear: 75 Watts per channel (1KHz, 8 Ohm, Dolby Digital Mode with 10% THD)
FTC Output Power Center and subwoofer: 155 Watts per channel (1KHz, 8 Ohm, Dolby Digital Mode with 10% THD)
Total FTC Output Power, Dolby Digital mode: 610 Watts
Muting Attenuation: 65dB
Frequency Response: 200Hz/-3dB, 1kHz ref.
Subwoofer Frequency Response: 10 Hz / -3db, 80Hz ref.
Signal to Noise Ratio: 65dB (Dolby digital mode)
AM Tuner Section
Frequency Response: 2kHz +/-6dB, 1kHz ref.
Usable Sensitivity: 800uV/m @ S/N 20dB
Signal to Noise: 38dB
IF Rejection: 35dB
FM Tuner Section
Frequency Response: 15kHz +/-3dB, 1kHz ref.
Signal to Noise: 60dB(stereo) / 65dB(mono)
IF Rejection: 50dB
Dimensions (H x W x D mm)
Unit: 430 × 140 x 347
Front and Surround Speakers: 143 × 80.5 × 93.7
Center Speaker: 80.5 × 271 x 72
Subwoofer: 355 × 195 x 325
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watching your aerial display. I can see your scales are at their
seasonal brightest. I can smell the musky odor of your chin and tail
glands. It can all only mean one thing: It's mating season, honey.
Let's ditch our clutch and fly off together someplace, just me and you,
We should be together, sweet thing--she-wyrm and sire.
We'll get a nice little place where we can build a weyr for the
hatchlings. We'll fill the lair with treasure and pass the time
thinking up riddles and puzzles for passing adventurers. Whaddya say?
Be my dragontine?
This shirt was designed by: tgentry, longtime Derby participant enjoying a first-time win.
this shirt: to Renaissance faires, where the ladies/gents (take your
pick) will be on you like wyverns on the bones of Aelstrid the Brave.
Don't wear this shirt: in defiance of any "historical accuracy" rule, though.
This shirt tells the world: "I'm looking for love in all the wrong places / Among the chromatic and metallic races"
We call this color: Creme--br�l�e, probably
3X - M: 11" x 12.53"
S-WS: 8.25" x 9.39"
Color(s): - 7533 C - 480 C - 5763 C - 7495 C - 577 C
Winedavid39: Look, it's a can't miss
business plan. Find and source directly to keep costs down from a
respected Glass blower in Eastern Europe for some custom made decanters
specially designed for wine.woot.
perfect sense. Yea! - ok right with an emerging community that
obviously loves wine, talks about decanting all the time on the boards...
Business 101 baby, it's a noooo brainer .
What's that? We can lower our transportation costs by filling up a full
container? How many more was that? Ah, not a problem, with it's stout
structure, Magnum capacity. artfully crafted design, and a factory
direct cost with now even lower transportation costs, they'll move like
WineGeorge43: Let's do it.
Winedavid39: What say you? The first wine.wooters who received them rave about them? Not surprising. The QPR in these babies will not disappoint.
WineGeorge43: Man, let's just hope we have enough to meet the demand.
Measurements: 9" tall, approximately 8" width at base.