I met Keith back in the early 1980s and very much respect what he says... I found it especially interesting what he said in the last 10 minutes about designing a room in 3D and listening to music through headphones to hear how it will sound in the built room.
They will most likely sell the chips to the major players for integration into AVRs and AVPs... When they do this you won't notice the price at all. What I don't like is that the lay out for the speakers is different. If you currently have Audyssey and switch to a YPAO setup the speaker layout is different. I am currently setting up a 11.2 setup in our HT and was thinking of running wires to the ceiling above every lower channel plus one in the ceiling but I don't know if...
Ours is a double leaf according to the pictures as we only have one cavity in the wall. We are just adding one layer of drywall to the existing wall with GG. The rest of our walls are double stud walls like this siding- OSB- fiberglass insulation- cavity (between walls of about 3")- fiberglass insulation- OSB-GG-Drywall.
The house has one layer of drywall on the inside and on the garage side of the wall... it is as follows... OSB, and drywall. If we add another layer of drywall with GG in between the new layer it is still a double leaf isn't it? I am assuming it is done this way as a firewall, but I don't know for sure. When I looked at the GG website I thought it would still be a double leaf wall.
I might be wrong but I don't think it will be a triple leaf effect... I have stripped the drywall off of all the walls and ceiling except for the one that has the drywall/OSB. If I understand correctly... If I left the drywall on,and then built another wall it would be triple leaf effect, correct? I most likely just didn't explain it completely.
I don't know if your garage is like ours, but on the side that joins the house they have OSB, and then a layer of drywall. We are going to add a layer of drywall with GG separating them on that wall, rather than try and remove the drywall plus OSB wall. We will then build a second 2x4 wall with a 1-3" gap between the old wall and the new one... layer of OSB, GG, and then drywall for the other 3 walls.