I am from NingBo （China）.
I'm excited to be here on this forum and would like to find out more about the Pioneer Blu-ray players, in particular the BDP-150 which I own.
I'm very much into hi-rez lossless audio and think it's the way forward.
Thanks for the welcome message.
I have been hearing great things about this forum for years, but haven't really had a need to join until now. I've just started building my home theater setup, and I'm pretty green in that regard so I have a few questions to pose to the members here that I will (hopefully) post in the correct forums. I'm on a pretty tight budget, and have a less than ideal space (20 x 12 loft area), but I think I'm off to a pretty good start. I have a Ben Q W1070, a 100" Elite screen, and a Yamaha RX-V575 receiver. I've also covered the open loft area with some Audimute sound isolating sheets which black out the room pretty well.
Hello...does any one read these intros? Probably after you make a name for yourself ...one way or another. Well I have been voiding the warranty on most everything I have every bought relating of audio and video forever...ok maybe 40 years. Things break, things suck, things just need one more thing...you know. Just get in there and risk everything to make it what you hoped (or was told it ) was. Usually simple things like better connectors, a couple extra batteries. But sometimes just rip it apart for a part. Some parts just don't die, some old parts are better than any new part you can afford so why not start your own junk yard...With enough parts any time you feel like doing something all you have to do is do it. Then there is the repair other peoples junk...wow the uninformed choices that lead to your bench...How do you tell them they wasted their money...oh but it's their favorite thing in the whole world...can't you fix it? and your looking at a POS! Better yet it explodes in your hands and now you have to perform some miracle to get something that shouldn't have worked to work...My favorite is the teams that dream up new connectors. Why...is it to drive change for change sake? the economy I mean do we really need another type of connector. Electrons aren't getting smaller...But that's enough I guess. Or they will take my soldering iron away or at least my lead solder.
Hope I can add something useful. Hope I don't offend anyone...If I do it's not intentional.
welcome to AVS
yes they will want to take that lead solder away from you
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Hi guys... Newbie here. Name is Tumi, based in Johannesburg, South Africa. I just started building my own sound to hire out. So please bare with me as I ask what might seem like obvious questions. Thank you...
Nice to be aboard. I started building audio kits and creating systems in 1960, as a USMC officer in Hawaii; stuck with it for over 40 years; then morphed it all into a "series" of audio/HT systems. Have two now, love to watch and listen, and at 77+ I can still hear (Wa-Hoo!!!). Best, Larry
I'm from Sweden, been a HT addict since my first akai super stereo VHS and NAD 714 many years past. Currently looking for a suitable replacement for a failing RX-V765 and some new surrounds to go with that.
Yamaha, Nad and JBL LX-series (the old ones) are my preferences.
Hi from Malaysia. Samantha here. Love movies and dramas. Very interested in Streaming devices and Media players that could allow me to watch movies and dramas whenever i like. However, I'm still very "fresh" of all the gadgets. Hope to learn more.
I don't do Twitter, I don't do Facebook, I don't do Google+ or any other of those social programs. I use the computer for fact finding information.
Your AVS Forum is very difficult to navigate for me. as many forums are.
My problem is in regard to vinyl music to computer transfer. Preferably in .wav format or .mp3 format.
Without getting into specifics, am I in a right forum for response?
I do have a hearing problem , so email is the preferred method of communication. I DO NOT want to waste any ones time.
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