What does this mean? Do you know how/why this is important, or are you simply assuming higher is better?
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I was definitly assuming higher was better. But reading the posts. it looks like the lower sample rates mixes low-level noise. (I must admit, I do need to re-read, as some of the post went a bit above my head the first time through.) Thanks for providing the link!
lol, greetings. I sold them because their color scheme (rosenut) did not mesh with the color scheme of the theater (black). I'm awaiting an announcement or two from Seaton Sound before replacing my subs though.
Here's the REAL story.
The girlfriend found out how much Brolic was going to spend on the Legacy's and she put her foot down and said: "Boy, if you don't get me a really expensive gift, a gift so grand and expensive, it will make all my friend jealous... We are going to have problems".. So Brolic being terrified of an angry girlfriend started selling off everything he could find to get that gift.
Don't believe the stories that he sold the subs to buy new gear.
Ha!!! Ms. Brolic, bless her heart, has no inflience on my HT purchases--although, based on the looks I get from her when I tell her about new gear I'm considering, I'm sure that influence, or lack thereof, will change drastically once the broom is jumped.