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AVS Forum Founder David Bott Appeared on Home Theater Geeks Podcast

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On Monday, February 4, 2013, AVS Forum founder David Bott was the guest geek on the Home Theater Geeks podcast, hosted by newly appointed AVS editor Scott Wilkinson. He'll be showing viewers around his home theater and discussing the current state of the industry and where he sees it going in the future.

 

The audio and video is posted is posted at twit.tv/htg, iTunes, YouTube, and right here on AVS Forum.

 

 

AppleMark

 

 

Don't miss this opportunity to see and hear David Bott expound on the hobby we all love so much!

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Greetings,

I will be sure to tune in! I am sure you'll have a great time chatting. smile.gif


Regards,
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Great job David, really looking forward to this episode. I am sure it will be very interesting!!

Ed
post #4 of 20
Congrats David looking forward in watching it.
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Thanks Scott, looking forward to see David!
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Sounds like fun, I have set a reminder to tune in!

David is a great guy and will be a great guest!
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yay David!. I'll also tune in for sure.  

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Will be looking forward to the episode!
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podcasts have videos now? i thought they were just audio... either way i'll hopefully be watching it!
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Originally Posted by gbdavidx View Post

podcasts have videos now? i thought they were just audio... either way i'll hopefully be watching it!

Yep, Home Theater Geeks is available as an audio-only or video podcast. Check it out!

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When will this be available?
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Great internet Twit broadcast show David and Scott nice to meet both of you I am at minute mark 27 before I signed on to comment.
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Scott I would work on the video aspect of building a system.
post #15 of 20
David ? Scott ? what about people who already have legacy wired speakers who want to run it wireless ?
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Originally Posted by DLPProjectorfan View Post

David ? Scott ? what about people who already have legacy wired speakers who want to run it wireless ?

Thats the great part... companies are already starting to develop small class D amps that have wireless built in. Example...

http://www.avsforum.com/t/1446432/summit-semiconductor-introduces-the-first-wisa-compliant-amplifiers-for-wireless-home-theater-speaker-applications
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Thanks David that's good to know

Now if I can win the lottery I might be able to build my own HT room biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Scott Wilkinson View Post

Yep, Home Theater Geeks is available as an audio-only or video podcast. Check it out!

Thanks Scott didn't know it was available on podcast. I downloaded the twit app to watch. Subscribed smile.gif
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Enjoyed the show. Glad to see David still has HD DVD gear in his room, as some of us still do.wink.gif Scott.....you have a great voice for doing this.
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Great job Scott and David!! Always a joy to watch HTgeeks and it's cool to get to know you and your theater space David. The topic of what percentage one should dedicate to audio and video is at the very least a subjective area. But without one or the other its not home theater so 50% should be dedicated to video and 50% dedicated to audio. Personally i would argue more towards audio because relatively speaking, anyone with a dark room and the right gear correctly calibrated can have reference video. Now with audio one can have the best equipment in the world and put it in the same room and even setup correctly is far from being reference without an acoustic plan and the room being designed for the best audio. Subjective or not, it takes much more work to get great sound than to get great picture quality. Thats if your striving for the best and I think many of us here are. Of course there are some that aren't as picky or serious about the hobby. But once you see and hear the best it's hard not to want that for yourself. Just my two cents. Again great job guys!
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