There has been a new development.
There is now a self-extracting rar of the ISO that clocks in at only 202 MB!
Say thank you to jarrod1937. He has offered to host the file own his own bandwidth for a time.
My connection is no good right now (crappy line noise), but if someone would be kind enough to grab the rar and start a new torrent that would be great. Here is a link to jarrod1937's file: http://jarrodchristman.com/AudioTestDVDv2.exe
-The link to the old (803 MB) torrent is right here
Thank you swithey, 80211mdr, J. L., and blown65 for the help in getting this out there. EDIT: The FTP option is no longer available, sorry. You can go to http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download to download the free ImgBurn program to burn the iso for you though. Please skip on down to the next section, unless you just want to learn a little about FTP file transfers.FTP-How-To
(the free way)
First PM Zip(AUS) or Nada(USA), and ask to gain access to the ftp site location and pass codes. Remember to thank them. Please keep the username and password he gives you to yourself. It is a free service to you and that is the only rule. Please remember it
Next download this program FileZilla
Pick the latest .exe
This is what it looks like.
All you have to do is enter the address, username, and password you got from swithey and then hit Quickconnect.
Now the Local Site on the left is where on your computer you want the files saved to. The Remote Site is the FTP server.
First go into the ImgBurn folder to get a program (SetupImgBurn_22.214.171.124.exe)to burn the DVD .iso Click the ".." file to go back out a level, to get back to the main menu. You should now be able to move around and download whatever you choose to from the site. Once you are ready to burn the .iso,
start the ImgBurn program
It is pretty straight forward, and you should have no problems. In the Source box, click the folder icon with the magnifying glass and find the .iso you want to burn. Now just place a DVD in your burner, and click the big disk picture that lights up. That's it, you're done.The LFE calibration is for a sub good to at least 100hz. If your sub naturally rolls-off earlier than that, you use a lower LFE xover point, you don't have LFE and sub xover points on your AVR, or you don't use it's xover bypass use the 2.0 Sub cal. Trust me.