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Topic # 66415 18-Aug-2010 18:37
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Hi,

Does anyone have any experince with the Lexcom Home Audio system 

We are renovating our place at the moment and have been putting in a structured cabling system for network access and TV. 

I like the look of the lexcom system with in the in ceiling speakers and nice looking wall input modules.  It looks like the perfect solution for the bedroom, as it could handle input from the ipod when we want music or from the wd media player when watching movies or tv in bed.  And the fact that it is scalable is also an attraction.

Thanks

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  Reply # 369466 18-Aug-2010 18:48
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that looks fancy !!!

certainly looks like a good integrated unit to achieve what you want

wallet friendly price ? =)



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  Reply # 369529 18-Aug-2010 20:36
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Good question re price,  I haven't looked into prices yet. 
The single input panel is about 30 pounds in the UK. 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 369909 19-Aug-2010 17:18
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Yeah I had seen those, but they seemed more about the video distribution and the lan side of things not the multiroom audio.

I've got the lan stuff sorted with patch panels etc and I'm getting there with the tv signals.

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  Reply # 371089 22-Aug-2010 17:18
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Please avoid this system, I can across yet another house this week fitted with such a system including the multiroom audio, the owner was regrettting ever getting it, the sound sucks.

Cyril



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  Reply # 371113 22-Aug-2010 17:56
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Thanks for that Cyril.

Any suggestions on how I could achieve a similar thing to what the Lexcom is trying to do audio wise?


 

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