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Posts made by brianlittlejohn
RE: App Store users can bring antitrust lawsuit against Apple
9th circuit is a joke. Always has been.
80% turnover for cases appealed all the way to Supreme Court.
RE: WAN Link - Fiber to Copper Changing to Fiber Only
@wrx7m If it is the unifi line, it will need the controller.
RE: Best speakers for School Epson projector
This seems to be incredibly subjective. This really depends on HOW much better, and what they're willing to pay for. I mean, I know an audiophile who can design, build, and setup the entire room with properly proportioned surround sound with speakers that have a "true to sound" quality for several thousand, but something tells me that isn't what you're looking for.
LOL... audiophile and surround sound don't go together
I don't think I agree with that - but I'd have to check definitions to be sure... If you're a movie audiophile... I'd think you'd want surround more.. if you're a music audiophile.. then heck.. mono might be best.. but stereo is the norm.
I'd agree with @scottalanmiller on this one. I've got a 5.1 at home that sounds great. Still, any surround sound system has to modify the original signal.
If you don't have a screen to blast through, drop that center channel and your sound quality instantly improves. That center channel thing is the bane of sound quality.
For music sure.
Nope, you missed the point. It's better, period.
the problem with that is that most media have a dedicated center channel for dialog. Without that dialog can get muddled or lost.
Then your system is handling it wrong. Anything that is sent to the center channel sounds better when sent to the R and L channels equally. Literally, the center channel cannot improve the sound over stereo, it's not possible as you have no center ear. All the center channel does is break your perfect sound experience and risk colouration and cause reflection interference. In all seriousness, audio physics makes it impossible for a center channel to improve the sound quality.
well, then perhaps I have to find a way to turn off the center channel when using my receiver.. because when the center is simply unplugged, you can barely hear the dialog.
If you go into the receiver and tell it there is no center channel speaker it will output it to both L&R
RE: What Are You Doing Right Now
I've been a B+W user for decades. Not my favorite, that's Totem, but very good.
I have a pair of B&W in wall speakers on my wall mounted TV.. they sound pretty good.
Now wall mounting them.... not audiophile, lol.
in wall Even worse
In ceiling, even worse.
The only place I consider in ceiling speakers are for the surround speakers on a surround sound system... because who cares at that point... its just extra sound effects.