Originally Posted by StevenLansing
The "re-mapping" that Trinnov uses is not likely to be imitated.Trinnov's scientist recognized, mastered and patented the use of advanced mathematics called the Bessel/Fourier Transform to add direction and dimension to frequency and time
. Trinnov's licensing comes at a much higher cost than most of it's competitors tech. Sherwood and Trinnov took a big gamble with the R-972 and the outcome, as you can see from the liquidation pricing going on,wasn't very profitable.
Sherwood isn't really considered a main player in AVRs now, which might have been the main reason.
If say, Pioneer licensed it for one of their models and used it over MCACC which most of us hate, it would give me a reason to own a pioneer avr again.
Either way, I'm looking forward to trying it out.