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post #1 of 3 Old 05-31-2008, 08:53 PM - Thread Starter
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I searched, but it appears nothing is out there (yes, even the forums). Does anyone know of such a disc with (preferably) pink noise encoded with either TrueHD or DTS HD in ALL 7.1 channels?

I have the disc from Soho. Great disc, but no 7.1.....anybody going to try to make one?
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Not bumping, just clarifying....the internal test tones IMO are suspect on any AVR. I always get different readings from the internal and DVE or Avia. The two discs are very close, but only have 6.1 (DVE), so measurements are a compromise at best.

Perhaps this difference is due to THX and/or Audyssey processing which may not be applied to the internal tones. In any case, the sides and rears are always lower in SPL and off on the balance when running the discs noise after calibrating with the internal tones. (That's a long way of saying that if I calibrate with the discs, I have to bump up the sides and rears by 2-3 db, compared to the internal noise)
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Still nothing? LOL! OK, another question.....does anyone know what software I would need to encode my own 7.1 TrueHD (or DTS MA) pink noise?
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