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post #6721 of 16210
Damnit looks like my ps3 has a New Years resolution
post #6722 of 16210
Looper sounds phenomenal! The bass is heavy, and gets deep. It will shake the holy hell out of you.
post #6723 of 16210
Looper sounds phenomenal! The bass is heavy, and gets deep. It will shake the holy hell out of you.
post #6724 of 16210
Wow, it sounds so good, he had to post it twice. biggrin.gif
post #6725 of 16210
I just watched Looper. The movie itself is great. Sound is great. TDKR hits a lot harder though.
post #6726 of 16210
Or is it Deja Vu?
post #6727 of 16210
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Originally Posted by wingnut4772 View Post

I just watched Looper. The movie itself is great. Sound is great. TDKR hits a lot harder though.

What sub or subs do you have?
post #6728 of 16210
i agree looper sounds fantastic, so is tdkr, total recall is fantastic as well, the beginning part will rattle your minds!
post #6729 of 16210
Just watched Looper, it's a strong 4star movie IMO. There were a few strong ULF flutters in there and overall bass was strong. I'd have to rewatch at a louder volume to see if maybe a 4.5* is in order but a strong 4* fur shur.

OT: Movie concept was original also and enjoyed it.

Happy New Year!
post #6730 of 16210
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Originally Posted by sputter1 View Post

What sub or subs do you have?
I have 5 HSU ULS 15s.
post #6731 of 16210
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Originally Posted by wingnut4772 View Post

I have 5 HSU ULS 15s.

What do you do, put cushions on them and use them for seating? biggrin.gif
post #6732 of 16210
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Originally Posted by wingnut4772 View Post

I have 5 HSU ULS 15s.

5 eek.gifeek.gifeek.gifeek.gifsmile.gif
post #6733 of 16210
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Originally Posted by wingnut4772 View Post

I have 5 HSU ULS 15s.

How do you hookup 5 subwoofers to your receiver?
Most AVR's only have two sub outputs.
Using Y-connectors will only hookup four subwoofers.
post #6734 of 16210
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Originally Posted by coolcat4843 View Post

How do you hookup 5 subwoofers to your receiver?
Most AVR's only have two sub outputs.
Using Y-connectors will only hookup four subwoofers.

i think he was joking lol
post #6735 of 16210
Ok, Looper had some nice bass in it but the movie itself was not good. The concept was original but they just made a mockery out of what time travel might be like. It's like the director said to himself..Yeah, this is going to make no sense but just keep watching all the action and it'll make up for it.
post #6736 of 16210
just watched resident evil retribution, some great bass in the movie guys, 4 out of 5 for sure, there were some great sweeps.
post #6737 of 16210
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Originally Posted by lamonsasa View Post

i think he was joking lol
Ha!
post #6738 of 16210
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Originally Posted by Prime316 View Post

Ok, Looper had some nice bass in it but the movie itself was not good. The concept was original but they just made a mockery out of what time travel might be like. It's like the director said to himself..Yeah, this is going to make
no sense but just keep watching all the action and it'll make up for it.

How did they make a mockery out of it?
post #6739 of 16210
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Originally Posted by kbarnes701 View Post

Think of the codec like it was a ZIP file. If you make a Word document on a flash drive and then you Zip it (compress it losslessly) you end up with the equivalent of the sound codec (DTS-HD MA, Dolby True HD) on the thumb drive. If you then give the thumb drive to someone with your WORD.ZIP file on it, they have two choices to get the file to their hard drive where they want it:

1. They can unzip the file on the thumb drive and then copy the Word document to the hard drive, or
2. They can copy the Zip file to their hard drive and unzip it there.

Wherever they choose to unzip the file, the Word document is identical. It's the same with unpacking the codec. There's no issue of the quality of the hardware, any more than there is with the Zip file. You can use a $10,000 SOTA PC or the cheapest laptop you can buy, the Word document will still be the same once it is unzipped. Thus there can be no audible differences (or indeed any differences) when you unpack the codec in the player, or in the AVR.

Here is a quote from a discussion I had with a former vice president of Microsoft, who knows more about digital conversion and transmission than most all of us together:
Quote:
At high level, no. If you give the bit stream to the AVR/processor to decode, the transfer across HDMI link is therefore "data." People assume this means that jitter is done away with. Unfortunately, such is not the case. Once the local processor (DSP) decodes the bit stream, it then needs to output them using the HDMI clock. Otherwise, audio and video data lose sync. So we are back to square one, using the HDMI clock to drive out DAC. I think the incorrect assumption about how the bit stream works makes people think it sounds better when decoded by the processor as opposed to it actually sounding different.

At a micro level, local decoding or not, changes the signature of the system on power supplies and leakage onto the DAC clock circuits. There is no way to quantify this or say which is better as the DSP is always doing something.

For best functionality, decoding in the player is best as that way it can perform audio mixing for the extras.

My take-away from this is that different decoding schemes (location and devices) can indeed sound different, with there being no set rules. Individual system configurations and noise profiles during these processes can change the sound of the playback, depending upon the various interactions within the system.

Thanks,

Lee
post #6740 of 16210
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Originally Posted by lamonsasa View Post

5 eek.gifeek.gifeek.gifeek.gifsmile.gif

Lol, you guys need to look around here more often. Quite a few members around here have more than 4 or 5 subs. wink.gif
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Originally Posted by coolcat4843 View Post

How do you hookup 5 subwoofers to your receiver?
Most AVR's only have two sub outputs.
Using Y-connectors will only hookup four subwoofers.

You can connect more than one y-adapter to one. It's really not that hard to grasp as a concept. Just sayin'.
post #6741 of 16210
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Originally Posted by Scott Simonian View Post

You can connect more than one y-adapter to one..

Explain how then.
post #6742 of 16210
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Originally Posted by coolcat4843 View Post

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Originally Posted by Scott Simonian View Post

You can connect more than one y-adapter to one..

Explain how then.

umm, add a Y to a Y? smile.gif
post #6743 of 16210
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Originally Posted by sputter1 View Post

umm, add a Y to a Y? smile.gif

OH S*(*(&.

MIND F*(*(*&
post #6744 of 16210
I would buy a 1 to 4 splitter and then add one more y splitter and done! I had 8 drivers and now 12 drivers for subs. I now run all 12 drivers as one sub into one channel of my amp, much better control and calibrating!
post #6745 of 16210
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Originally Posted by MKtheater View Post

I would buy a 1 to 4 splitter and then add one more y splitter and done! I had 8 drivers and now 12 drivers for subs. I now run all 12 drivers as one sub into one channel of my amp, much better control and calibrating!

With that much going on I trust you bought stock in Depends. eek.gif
post #6746 of 16210
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Originally Posted by sputter1 View Post

With that much going on I trust you bought stock in Depends. eek.gif

Not a bad idea wink.gif
post #6747 of 16210
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Originally Posted by MKtheater View Post

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Originally Posted by sputter1 View Post

With that much going on I trust you bought stock in Depends. eek.gif

Not a bad idea wink.gif

heh, I just had a image of seat backs with the depends in,similar to air sickness bags in a plane.
post #6748 of 16210
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Originally Posted by MKtheater View Post

I would buy a 1 to 4 splitter and then add one more y splitter and done! I had 8 drivers and now 12 drivers for subs. I now run all 12 drivers as one sub into one channel of my amp, much better control and calibrating!

What is this madness!
post #6749 of 16210
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Originally Posted by sputter1 View Post

umm, add a Y to a Y? smile.gif

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Originally Posted by pokekevin View Post

OH S*(*(&.
MIND F*(*(*&



Yeah, I know. Crazy concept, eh? biggrin.gif
post #6750 of 16210
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Originally Posted by wingnut4772 View Post

I just watched Looper. The movie itself is great. Sound is great. TDKR hits a lot harder though.
been talking about this movie too lol, the first scene I almost fell off my chair since I hadn't gotten into listening position. I was still on my laptop and boom! I only have a klipscb rw-12d but it rocked my small room.
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