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Join Date: Sep 2015
Location: Kansas City (Lenexa)
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Thanks a million Grant!!!!
I think it sounded excellent. Atmos takes time and patience to dial in but you have an amazing first go!
I would experiment with swiveling the top fronts down some towards front row. Toe-in the top rears a bit using your laser angle to maintain 45deg. I think you can improve the atmos to the rear row that way.
I nearly laughed when I said I thought the TF were 2db hot. And you said they are 1.5db hotter than Audy had set them. I don't know it all, but that's pretty telling. I also think the TR were a bit cold. Keep in mind I'm running DL so that's not req specific observation but atmos observation. Try running Audy very methodically. It will absolutely result in the best Atmos imaging.
By making these changes, you will end up with images in the room and throughout the room and above the room instead of all of it being glued to the ceiling. It will also result in a more immersive effect for all or nearly all seats.
Excellent job my man! I'm more than willing to spend a day helping you if/when you want.
Thanks again for hosting!
Btw: watching that first hour of BvsS again now. My blacks and contrast Are horrible compared to your room. That rs400 is excellent and my room just doesn't do it justice with white ceilings, beige carpets, and Windows. Very very impressed with your pq.
Last edited by Stoked21; 07-24-2016 at 09:17 AM.