Welcome to the AudioShark Forums.
Results 1 to 39 of 39
  1. #1

    Getting ready for BBQ season

    The weather's been pretty good as of late and getting into the BBQ mood......I've retired our old one we have had for about 8 years, tired of replacing parts, etc plus it was just to big and really never used half the burners on it.....so decided on trying the Napolen Prestige RSIB500 six burner grill, seems well built and since its just my wife and I we didn't need anything to large this time around.....anyone out there use the Napoleon grills? http://www.napoleongrills.com/products/p500rsib/

    napoleonrsib.jpg
    Last edited by A/V Solutions; April 13, 2013 at 05:24 PM.
    Dealer / Manufacture Disclosure:

    Jeff Whitlock
    A/V Solutions / Unity Audio Design
    www.avsolutionsca.com

    ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

  2. #2
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    SE CT
    Posts
    1,340
    Jeff... Nice looking grill. We will also be replacing ours this summer (Weber). We haven't decided if we will stick with the same brand (we have been happy with it) or try a different brand.
    __________________________________________________ _____________________________________________

    Jeff

    AMP: MC402 PRE: C2300 CD: AMR CD-777 TURNTABLES: VPI CLASSIC I (CADENZA BLUE MC CART), Denon DP-61F (2M BLACK, 2M MONO) SPEAKERS: PMC OB1i's

    “The more you tighten your grip Tarkin the more star systems will slip through your fingers”

  3. #3
    Audioshark
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Sarasota, FL
    Posts
    26,045
    Mine is an OCI. http://www.ociproducts.com/grill_36.asp

    The 23,000 BTU Insta-Sear Infa-red Grill burner is invaluable. I do 2-3 minutes each side for a steak and its PERFECTLY done (medium). The amount of heat that special burner puts off is incredible.

    Mike
    My Systems: http://www.audioshark.org/showthread...481#post158481

    "We can hear everything we measure, but we can't measure everything we hear. Let your ears be your guide."

    Dealer for: Aqua Hi-Fi, Audio Research, Aurender, AudioQuest Cables & Power Products, Avantgarde Acoustics, Avid HiFi, Ayre Acoustics, Berkeley Audio Design, Boulder Amplifiers, Bowers & Wilkins (B&W), Bryston, Chord, EMM Labs, FirstWatt, Focal Headphones, Furutech, Fyne Audio Loudspeakers, GigaFoil, Gryphon Audio, Harbeth Loudspeakers, Hegel, HiFi Man, ISO Acoustics, Keces Power Supplies, Kuzma Turntables, Lumin, Luxman, Magico Loudspeakers, MBL Speakers & Electronics, MSB Technologies, MySonicLabs Phono Cartridges, Naim Audio, Ortofon, Pass Labs, Quadraspire, Shunyata Research, SimAudio, Stein Music Products, Stenheim Loudspeakers, Stillpoints, T+A Electronics, TechDAS/AirForce Turntables, VAC, Vicoustics, Viva Audio, VPI Industries, WireWorld Cables.

    https://suncoastaudio.com/
    Phone: 941-932-0282
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Suncoast-Au...1105178279194/

  4. #4
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    NorCal
    Posts
    971
    Quote Originally Posted by A/V Solutions View Post
    The weather's been pretty good as of late and getting into the BBQ mood......I've retired our old one we have had for about 8 years, tired of replacing parts, etc plus it was just to big and really never used half the burners on it.....so decided on trying the Napolen Prestige RSIB500 six burner grill, seems well built and since its just my wife and I we didn't need anything to large this time around.....anyone out there use the Napoleon grills? http://www.napoleongrills.com/products/p500rsib/

    napoleonrsib.jpg
    Nice looking grill Jeff..
    Dewey,

    "If everybody is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking." - George S. Patton

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by Mike View Post
    Mine is an OCI. http://www.ociproducts.com/grill_36.asp

    The 23,000 BTU Insta-Sear Infa-red Grill burner is invaluable. I do 2-3 minutes each side for a steak and its PERFECTLY done (medium). The amount of heat that special burner puts off is incredible.

    Mike
    OCI makes nice stuff.....our last grill didn't have the sear burner so looking forward to that feature!
    Dealer / Manufacture Disclosure:

    Jeff Whitlock
    A/V Solutions / Unity Audio Design
    www.avsolutionsca.com

    ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

  6. #6
    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite613 View Post
    Jeff... Nice looking grill. We will also be replacing ours this summer (Weber). We haven't decided if we will stick with the same brand (we have been happy with it) or try a different brand.
    I'll let you know if the Napoleon is worthy......
    Dealer / Manufacture Disclosure:

    Jeff Whitlock
    A/V Solutions / Unity Audio Design
    www.avsolutionsca.com

    ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

  7. #7
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Quebec Canada
    Posts
    742
    Quote Originally Posted by A/V Solutions View Post
    I'll let you know if the Napoleon is worthy......
    Welcome.jpg - - - A/V Solutions
    André - - - Keep it simple system
    Amp = Chord CPM-2600
    Source = Chord One
    Speakers = Acoustat 1+1s highly modified
    Life without Acoustat is possible BUT senseless.

  8. #8
    World's Oldest Audiophile
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Deep, Deep, South
    Posts
    24
    ..
    Julian

    I have a record player and a CD player along with a bunch of records and CDs.

    And, I love to listen to music



  9. #9
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Rowlett, TX
    Posts
    395

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Trung

    If you think you're too small to make a difference, You haven't spent a night with a mosquito.


    We are WHALE Sharks

  10. #10

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Now thats what i call a grill HiFive. Love the smoke.

  11. #11
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Rowlett, TX
    Posts
    395

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Thank you chumlie, it can low and slow cook, constant 220F nicely.

    P1000612.JPG
    Trung

    If you think you're too small to make a difference, You haven't spent a night with a mosquito.


    We are WHALE Sharks

  12. #12

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Fine looking briscut.

  13. #13
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    NorCal
    Posts
    971

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Quote Originally Posted by HiFive View Post
    Thank you chumlie, it can low and slow cook, constant 220F nicely.

    P1000612.JPG
    Texans and their BBQ!!
    Dewey,

    "If everybody is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking." - George S. Patton

  14. #14
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Lower Provo River
    Posts
    192

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Quote Originally Posted by audionut View Post

    and you folks who talk about "getting ready for bbq season, need to move down south. Here bbq season never quits!


    [/b]
    x1000

  15. #15
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Lower Provo River
    Posts
    192

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Quote Originally Posted by HiFive View Post
    Very Nice!

  16. #16

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Quote Originally Posted by HiFive View Post
    Thank you chumlie, it can low and slow cook, constant 220F nicely.

    P1000612.JPG
    Let's eat!
    Dealer / Manufacture Disclosure:

    Jeff Whitlock
    A/V Solutions / Unity Audio Design
    www.avsolutionsca.com

    ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

  17. #17
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Rowlett, TX
    Posts
    395

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Jeff.
    Anytime.
    Trung

    If you think you're too small to make a difference, You haven't spent a night with a mosquito.


    We are WHALE Sharks

  18. #18
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Rowlett, TX
    Posts
    395

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Trung

    If you think you're too small to make a difference, You haven't spent a night with a mosquito.


    We are WHALE Sharks

  19. #19
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Scenic Idaho
    Posts
    281

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    WOW that looks delicious! I did a tri-tip roast on the bbq tonight with a sweet paprika based rub! Mighty fine if I do say so myself!
    McIntosh MC501s, XRT29s, XR27, WS350s
    ModWright LS 300 preamplifier
    Denon AVR-A100 HT Receiver
    JL Audio F113 subs with CR-1 Crossover
    Schiit Audio Yggdrasil DAC
    Sonore Ultrarendu with Uptone Audio LPS-1.2
    Oppo UDP-205 with ModWright Signature Truth Tube Modifications
    Clearaudio Performance SE TT with Hana SL MC cartridge
    ModWright PH 9.0 phono stage
    ASC & RealTraps Panels; APS PurePower 2000; Daedalus Audio DiDs
    LAT International, Wireworld, WyWires Cables

  20. #20
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Rowlett, TX
    Posts
    395

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Thank you.
    Bobby Flay Rubs
    Cut down the salt to teaspoon and add teaspoon to the brown sugar on the next patch.
    Trung

    If you think you're too small to make a difference, You haven't spent a night with a mosquito.


    We are WHALE Sharks

  21. #21
    Behavior Moderator (be nice police!)
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Lake Country, Georgia
    Posts
    4,206

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Quote Originally Posted by HiFive View Post
    Thank you.
    Bobby Flay Rubs
    Cut down the salt to teaspoon and add teaspoon to the brown sugar on the next patch.
    Beautiful, Trung !!
    Mark

    _________________
    Pass Labs X350.8 Stereo amplifier
    Classe' CP 800 preamp
    Revel Ultima Salon 2's.....again !
    REL S2 Subwoofers
    Lumin A1 Network Streamer
    VPI Avenger with Magnetic Drive
    Manley Chinook Phono Pre
    Ortofon Cadenza Black cartridge
    Klaudio Ultrasonic record cleaner
    Kimber Select 6063 speaker cables
    Kimber Select 1116 XLR IC's
    Shunyata Cobra Zi-tron,and Ansuz Ceramic power cords,
    Ansuz Mainz D8 power distributer

  22. #22
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Rowlett, TX
    Posts
    395

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    "4th of July" Ready.




    P1000948.JPG
    Trung

    If you think you're too small to make a difference, You haven't spent a night with a mosquito.


    We are WHALE Sharks

  23. #23
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    SFBA, CA
    Posts
    391

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    The daily pill container is epic.
    Main: McIntosh XRT1K MDA1000 MC402 | JL F113 | M2Tech HiFace | WireWorld Cabling | RGPC1200C | PPP
    Office: Bel Canto S300iu 24/96 | KEF LS50 | REL R218 | WW Mini Eclipse | 6.3 TB Media Server
    Mobile: McIntosh MX406 MDA5000 MCD4000 MCC420M | JM Lab/Focal Utopia

  24. #24
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Rowlett, TX
    Posts
    395

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    "The daily pill container is epic."

    And AARP member.
    Trung

    If you think you're too small to make a difference, You haven't spent a night with a mosquito.


    We are WHALE Sharks

  25. #25
    Behavior Moderator (be nice police!)
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Lake Country, Georgia
    Posts
    4,206

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Looks good !!
    Mark

    _________________
    Pass Labs X350.8 Stereo amplifier
    Classe' CP 800 preamp
    Revel Ultima Salon 2's.....again !
    REL S2 Subwoofers
    Lumin A1 Network Streamer
    VPI Avenger with Magnetic Drive
    Manley Chinook Phono Pre
    Ortofon Cadenza Black cartridge
    Klaudio Ultrasonic record cleaner
    Kimber Select 6063 speaker cables
    Kimber Select 1116 XLR IC's
    Shunyata Cobra Zi-tron,and Ansuz Ceramic power cords,
    Ansuz Mainz D8 power distributer

  26. #26

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Looks real yummy, Trung!. getting the fourth off to a good start!

    Anyone know best way to clean the igniter? Mine must be clogged/dirty, it doesn't ignite any more.


    Allen

    Speakers: Magico S7
    Amp: CH Precision A1
    Preamp: Trinity Preamp
    Phono: Trinity Phono
    TT: Kronos Sparta, Helena arm, Airtight PC-1
    Cables: Various: Nordost, Shunyata, Unity Audio, Ansuz



  27. #27

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Take a small wire brush to the contacts....if that doesn't work its time to buy a new one, in the mean time just use a log lighter with the lid open
    Dealer / Manufacture Disclosure:

    Jeff Whitlock
    A/V Solutions / Unity Audio Design
    www.avsolutionsca.com

    ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

  28. #28
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
    Posts
    8,874

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    I'm still waiting to see that moose on the grill! ...Tomorrow?
    ~ Bob ~
    "And it Stoned me to my Soul" Van Morrison
    ClickAudiophile Audition
    Snoopy as the Red Baron attack
    Avatar = The Alan Parsons Project - Eye in the Sky (1982 - orbiting)

  29. #29

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Good tip, Jeff, thanks!


    Allen

    Speakers: Magico S7
    Amp: CH Precision A1
    Preamp: Trinity Preamp
    Phono: Trinity Phono
    TT: Kronos Sparta, Helena arm, Airtight PC-1
    Cables: Various: Nordost, Shunyata, Unity Audio, Ansuz



  30. #30
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Rowlett, TX
    Posts
    395

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Happy 4th of July.




    P1000952.JPG
    Trung

    If you think you're too small to make a difference, You haven't spent a night with a mosquito.


    We are WHALE Sharks

  31. #31
    Behavior Moderator (be nice police!)
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Lake Country, Georgia
    Posts
    4,206

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Quote Originally Posted by HiFive View Post
    Happy 4th of July.




    P1000952.JPG
    Wow Trung, how many people are you feeding ??
    Mark

    _________________
    Pass Labs X350.8 Stereo amplifier
    Classe' CP 800 preamp
    Revel Ultima Salon 2's.....again !
    REL S2 Subwoofers
    Lumin A1 Network Streamer
    VPI Avenger with Magnetic Drive
    Manley Chinook Phono Pre
    Ortofon Cadenza Black cartridge
    Klaudio Ultrasonic record cleaner
    Kimber Select 6063 speaker cables
    Kimber Select 1116 XLR IC's
    Shunyata Cobra Zi-tron,and Ansuz Ceramic power cords,
    Ansuz Mainz D8 power distributer

  32. #32
    Audioshark
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Sarasota, FL
    Posts
    26,045

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Quote Originally Posted by HiFive View Post
    Happy 4th of July.




    P1000952.JPG
    Yum!!!
    My Systems: http://www.audioshark.org/showthread...481#post158481

    "We can hear everything we measure, but we can't measure everything we hear. Let your ears be your guide."

    Dealer for: Aqua Hi-Fi, Audio Research, Aurender, AudioQuest Cables & Power Products, Avantgarde Acoustics, Avid HiFi, Ayre Acoustics, Berkeley Audio Design, Boulder Amplifiers, Bowers & Wilkins (B&W), Bryston, Chord, EMM Labs, FirstWatt, Focal Headphones, Furutech, Fyne Audio Loudspeakers, GigaFoil, Gryphon Audio, Harbeth Loudspeakers, Hegel, HiFi Man, ISO Acoustics, Keces Power Supplies, Kuzma Turntables, Lumin, Luxman, Magico Loudspeakers, MBL Speakers & Electronics, MSB Technologies, MySonicLabs Phono Cartridges, Naim Audio, Ortofon, Pass Labs, Quadraspire, Shunyata Research, SimAudio, Stein Music Products, Stenheim Loudspeakers, Stillpoints, T+A Electronics, TechDAS/AirForce Turntables, VAC, Vicoustics, Viva Audio, VPI Industries, WireWorld Cables.

    https://suncoastaudio.com/
    Phone: 941-932-0282
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Suncoast-Au...1105178279194/

  33. #33
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Rowlett, TX
    Posts
    395

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Only one brisket and one rack of rib are mine.






    P1000954.JPGP1000953.JPG
    Trung

    If you think you're too small to make a difference, You haven't spent a night with a mosquito.


    We are WHALE Sharks

  34. #34
    Behavior Moderator (be nice police!)
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Lake Country, Georgia
    Posts
    4,206

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Quote Originally Posted by HiFive View Post
    Only one brisket and one rack of rib are mine.






    P1000954.JPGP1000953.JPG
    OMG Trung, you're killing me !!!!! Those ribs look so good !!
    Mark

    _________________
    Pass Labs X350.8 Stereo amplifier
    Classe' CP 800 preamp
    Revel Ultima Salon 2's.....again !
    REL S2 Subwoofers
    Lumin A1 Network Streamer
    VPI Avenger with Magnetic Drive
    Manley Chinook Phono Pre
    Ortofon Cadenza Black cartridge
    Klaudio Ultrasonic record cleaner
    Kimber Select 6063 speaker cables
    Kimber Select 1116 XLR IC's
    Shunyata Cobra Zi-tron,and Ansuz Ceramic power cords,
    Ansuz Mainz D8 power distributer

  35. #35
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2013
    Location
    Rowlett, TX
    Posts
    395

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Trung

    If you think you're too small to make a difference, You haven't spent a night with a mosquito.


    We are WHALE Sharks

  36. #36
    Member
    Join Date
    May 2018
    Location
    Adelaide, South Australia.
    Posts
    36

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Just purchased my first smoker, small but it works for the 2 of us. It joins my backyard array including a 6 burner gas BBQ with side wok burner and a spit BBQ small but capable of holding 15Kg of meat.

  37. #37
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Mar 2014
    Location
    Palm Coast, FL 'The Hammock'
    Posts
    4,059

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    Quote Originally Posted by Batty View Post
    Just purchased my first smoker, small but it works for the 2 of us. It joins my backyard array including a 6 burner gas BBQ with side wok burner and a spit BBQ small but capable of holding 15Kg of meat.
    Enjoy
    Chris

    (2 Chl): Pass xa30.5, W4S STP-SE Lumin D1, VPI Classic 1, Manley Chinook, Dynavector DV20x2L.exaSound e32 mk11, Marantz SA11S2. ( computer) Win7, Synology DS413 NAS ,Vincent SP-331MKII , Quicksilver LS,Vapor Audio Breeze, Rythmik F12se. Cables: Acoustic Zen, DL Labs, Blue Jean.. ,Bryston BCD-1,Timbernation Rack, Metrum NOS Mini, WooWA6SE

  38. #38

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    We've been renovating our backyard over the winter... Kalamazoo 38" Hybrid Grill and Charcoal Smoker just arrived. 2019 BBQ season here we come!
    Primary System: TechDAS Air Force Two Premium; SAT 9" Tonearm; Air Tight Opus 1; Constellation Audio Virgo III; Constellation Audio Perseus; Constellation Audio Performance DC Filter; Constellation Audio Centaur II 500 Stereo; Magico M3 w/MPODs; Kubala Sosna Sensation; Shunyata Hydra Triton v3/Typhon QR, Sigma NR power cords; TedhDAS Disc Stabilizer Ultimate Tungsten; Artesania Exoteryc 3+3 Rack w/TechDAS Platform; Artesania Aire Floor Platform; Klaudio KD-CLN-LP200 RCM; Clearaudio Double Matrix Professional Sonic RCM; DS Audio ION-001 Vinyl Ionizer

    Secondary System: Aurender N10; PS Audio DirectStream Memory Player; Mark Levinson No. 526; Mark Levinson No. 534; Artemis EOS; Cardas Clear/Clear Beyond; Shunyata Denali 6000/S v2; Zoethecus Audio Rack

  39. #39
    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Jan 2018
    Location
    saṃsāra
    Posts
    644

    Re: Getting ready for BBQ season

    i love bbq season !!

    Attached Images Attached Images
    kanjiroba yak + roon rock > t+a dac8 dsd > almarro a318b > viking acoustics berlin r mk2 | alp-tone audio analog cables
    core audio designs
    plyKraft 3L | hifi racks ltd podium t5-iii

AudioShark - The Best High End Audio Discussion forum.

AudioShark forum is a leading forum site for High End Audio Discussion, Stereo System Discussion, Home Theater System Discussion, Best Home Stereo System Discussion, Home Theater Installation Discussion etc.

The AudioShark forum was created for sharing the passion of high-end Audio. We have Audiophiles from all over the world participating and sharing their knowledge. From novice to experts, you will find a friendly environment for discussing about High End Audio, Stereo System, Home Theater System, Home Stereo System, Home Theater Installation, Amplifiers, Speakers, Subwoofers, Integrated System, Acoustic treatments & Digital Room Corrections and many more.

At AudioShark, we also have incorporated an exciting Marketplace where members can peruse terrific buys on used gear, as well as meet dealers and discuss the purchase of new gear.

We are as crazy about this hobby as you are! So come on in and join us! Audioshark.org the Friendliest Audio Forum!

Industry Participation Disclosure : The owner and administrator of Audioshark is the owner of Suncoast Audio LLC in Sarasota Florida. Suncoast Audio has a full brick and mortar presence in Sarasota with several great show rooms with many world class brands. More information can be found at http://www.suncoastaudio.com

Audioshark is a community of like minded individuals. Audioshark welcomes participation from all manufacturers and owners of all brands and products. It is our belief that online forums provide a community of like minded audiophiles and music lovers to encourage the growth of this wonderful hobby.

Sincerely,
The Audioshark.org Team

Getting ready for BBQ season

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •