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http://www.curtismathes.com/index1.html Click on products to see the real cabinet, not that retro looking cabinet that was posted in the initial post that no one in their right mind would buy today, unless they just awoke from a long hibernation period of years and weren't aware of today's current technology.
http://www.blu-ray.com/deals/?sortby=price&category=bluray This may disappear in a few hours. They are now all gone as of 8:26am PST, 4/1. There were some incredible $1 bargains. Subsequently, Amazon discovered it and canceled most of the orders because the items were mis-priced.
Have you seen the movie?
What was good about it? The wooden dialog? Wasting a first rate cast?
It is your choice. So you are going to duplicate the mixing room in your home theater, as in treatments? Otherwise, how could you know how it should sound? And no two mixing rooms are likely to be the same. ---x---Audio is preference, and if you want to hear it a certain way, that is your choice. Hint: there is no absolute when it comes to audio reproduction in a home theater, unless you happened to be the mixing engineer or were onsite when it was done and have a...
Death by words. Maybe the pen is mightier than the sword.
Dreadful. Save your time and money. This maybe the end of Arnold, no thanks to the director who made this movie absolute crap with a first rate cast and seriously deficient writing. Somehow, it was even worse than Deviant that was 2 hours 20 minutes. That must have been one of the longest 109 minutes that I have sat through recently.
No, waiting for Dolby Atmos.
The thing about surround sound is not to make it sound gimmicky. The source material is the source material. For example, you can take a 2 channel music CD and matrix it into 9.2 running PLII-Z, in which the sound stage is all front loaded but there is the ambiance created by the surround sound speakers as well as the heights. If the heights are mounted on a lateral wall, not behind the fronts, it simply stretches the sound field to the width of the room and it is...
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