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It has arrived Now two days of settling in and on monday i run audyssey. Will report my findings, differences i hope it does well so i dont have to pack it up again and send back
Congrats man, set look amazing, enjoy.

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Thanks.
Since the AIX disc is $50 and I already have the WOW disc I might try the WOW just to see how it compares to the YPAO settings.
http://aixrecords.com/catalog/bd/oppo_sampler_bd.html $24.98

I didn't fill out my info to see if I could find the shipping charge, but if you're interested its worth checking vs $50... and verify I chose the correct disc http://aixrecords.com/images/oppo_sampler_bd_cvr.jpg

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http://aixrecords.com/catalog/bd/oppo_sampler_bd.html $24.98

I didn't fill out my info to see if I could find the shipping charge, but if you're interested its worth checking vs $50... and verify I chose the correct disc http://aixrecords.com/images/oppo_sampler_bd_cvr.jpg

Thanks, there's no charge for shipping. Also, Oppo sells the blu-ray for the same price but charges $5 for shipping. Not sure why it's $50 on Amazon.


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Will be buying the Prime Bookshelf speakers and center in the next couple of weeks and trying to decide between the black ashe and the piano black. My PC-2000 has the piano black top and there's some reflection but it's not distracting. I find the piano black absolutely stunning but concerned that since they'll be about a foot on each side of the TV and the center under the TV, they may be to reflective. Anyone have a pic of either one that shows how much or little they reflect light? Thoughts?


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Thanks.
Since the AIX disc is $50 and I already have the WOW disc I might try the WOW just to see how it compares to the YPAO settings.
Hi Bond,

The WOW disc is fine to use for audio calibration, so long as you remember that, for some reason beknownst only to the Disney audio mixer, all of the tones (sats & LFE) are recorded at -20dbSF. It should have been -30dbSF for the sats and -40dbSF for the LFE, which would give 75dB all around. When using the WOW tones (with DEQ and DynVOL disengaged), however, a system calibrated to reference will read 85dB for the sats, and 95dB for the LFE channel. The main thing is to calibrate so that there is a 10dB difference between the sats and LFE. Good luck!

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Hi Bond,

The WOW disc is fine to use for audio calibration, so long as you remember that, for some reason beknownst only to the Disney audio mixer, all of the tones (sats & LFE) are recorded at -20dbSF. It should have been -30dbSF for the sats and -40dbSF for the LFE, which would give 75dB all around. When using the WOW tones (with DEQ and DynVOL disengaged), however, a system calibrated to reference will read 85dB for the sats, and 95dB for the LFE channel. The main thing is to calibrate so that there is a 10dB difference between the sats and LFE. Good luck!
Very good to know. Thanks.
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http://aixrecords.com/catalog/bd/oppo_sampler_bd.html $24.98

I didn't fill out my info to see if I could find the shipping charge, but if you're interested its worth checking vs $50... and verify I chose the correct disc http://aixrecords.com/images/oppo_sampler_bd_cvr.jpg
What's the reason for this?-

This disc was shot using HD video equipment and is compatible with all blu-ray players. However, the HD-Audio, which is encoded in Dolby TrueHD cannot be played back on a Sony PS3. The legacy audio will play instead.

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What's the reason for this?-

This disc was shot using HD video equipment and is compatible with all blu-ray players. However, the HD-Audio, which is encoded in Dolby TrueHD cannot be played back on a Sony PS3. The legacy audio will play instead.

Are you sayings there's a difference between the $50 and $29 version?

FYI - The PS4 can play Dolby TrueHD.


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Will be buying the Prime Bookshelf speakers and center in the next couple of weeks and trying to decide between the black ashe and the piano black. My PC-2000 has the piano black top and there's some reflection but it's not distracting. I find the piano black absolutely stunning but concerned that since they'll be about a foot on each side of the TV and the center under the TV, they may be to reflective. Anyone have a pic of either one that shows how much or little they reflect light? Thoughts?


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I have the a gloss black CC and it's right below the TV (adjusted it down from about 3 inches from my previous posted pic) and I don't see any reflections. Since you already have the gloss black PC-2000 then matching it would be a perfect set IMO. Be sure to post up pics
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I have the a gloss black CC and it's right below the TV (adjusted it down from about 3 inches from my previous posted pic) and I don't see any reflections. Since you already have the gloss black PC-2000 then matching it would be a perfect set IMO. Be sure to post up pics

That's what I'm thinking too.


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