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Hi again, I'm using the internal digital crossover for bi-amping my front speakers, and yesterday when I wanted to listen late at night with headphones I could only hear the sound of the bass register. (When using the digital crossover...
Thank you arnyk and IgorZep for answering. It was like IgorZep said, the lowest crossover frequency was 250 Hz, but I tried it anyway and it doesn't sound too bad actually with these middle-basses playing 40 - 250 Hz. And thanks for...
Hello! My front speakers is a pair of bookshelf speakers (8 ohm) that doesn't play very well under 100 Hz, so some years ago i built 2 bass speakers for them to stand on, handeling the frequence gap between 120 Hz and 40 Hz where my...
Quote: Originally Posted by HDGTX Thanks CndJoe (aka Sparky) ! Looking forward to your photos. How did you calculate the amount of curve needed ? Sorry to ask questions you may have already answered elsewhere, just point me to that...
If you really want to know here's a link: http://www.imdb.com/Sections/DVDs/AspectRatios/ One thing it doesn't show is the release date of the dvds which could change the whole thing quite a bit
I'm glad that sweden has something to offer on the home theater market
Thanks a lot person99! Just one more question; should it be like this: 4.21/((4.5/2.7)^1.910963) = 1.5 m or like this (4.21/(4.5/2.7))^1.910963 = 5.8 m The first one seems to be really unrealistic hehe but the second one... I don't...
So what i want to know is what the formula is for calculating the radius of a curved 2,35:1 screen. Should it just be like this: radius = 2 x "distance between projector and screen" or am i totally wrong? I know there's another...
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I think it sounds like the output aspect ratio for component is set for 4:3 and not to 16:9, but since I don't have a PS3 I don't know if that's possible...
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