So...unless we've been hijacked, the discussion IS about SQ and not for another day or another thread.
And the subject has not been switched all of a sudden....DOUG.
Try to follow along.
The theta owners brought up the point and started to bash lexicon products so you can blame them/yourself for that. But once it was discussed that theta has nothing proprietary the theta owners tried to back track and change the subject to sound quality.
You are wrong. One system can be darn excellent at both. My system/room on audio is better than most two channel systems that folks demoing my system have heard. If your system sucks on music then it ain't near as good as you think on video!
Yes, lets all trust what steve says since he was correct about theta's proprietary software. Wink wink nudge nudge say no more. Honestly steve you should be in a monty python skit.
You're wrong again (but still heavily biased). Movie sound in Art's and my own room are certainly reference in movie sound. But if I was an audio guy, I would leave the microperf and baffle wall out of my music room plans... Don't you think?... Or perhaps show me where a designer of of reference audio listening spaces where the designer recommends putting speakers behind a microperf for the ultimate in reproduction of a Sheffield Labs or Delos recording.....
I can see it now, 2CH only systems with microperf screens or maybe they already do this at the audio asylum.
I guess you skipped all the rest of the discussion in which absurd claims were made about Theta's "proprietary" processing. The "skipped part" you reference here contains no useful information, it is simply an assertion of preference dressed up as "absolute truth" as an end run around factual discussion, a cheap rhetorical ploy you are clearly content to parrot. Nevertheless, regardless of what you may personally prefer about surround modes, the fact remains that it is ridiculous to assert that Theta has contributed anything comparable to companies that have actually invested in the personnel and expertise to develop true proprietary surround processing.
Any more red herrings you'd care to toss in?
I really think the theme song for theta should be ACDC - Shot down in flames.
You made my point. Like the Theta proprietary speak that you obviously have no clue about, you make judgements on sound (or rooms) without ever having visited either... This coming from a guy who makes cut outs and pastes them to his ceiling for better sound??!!!
Why not ask someone who has heard both rooms...like Art? Or is guessnig still your best way of audio and video judgement???
I also found it funny how he was judging your room on looks.