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Originally Posted by Stew4msu View Post

Anytime dear.

I've been using that mode for about 6 years now on just about everything I watch. Love it.

Hey Stew, one more question. Paul Scarpelli, aka the Triad dude, recommended that I use the Dolby EX setting over the PLIIx. I just experimented and the EX also gives me the rear speakers with 5.1 BDs. Any reason why you didn't go with EX? Thanks!
post #1562 of 1591
I just think that pliix is more dynamic.

Here's a good thread

http://fractal.avsforum.com/avs-vb/s...d.php?t=786066
post #1563 of 1591
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Originally Posted by queendvd2 View Post

Smaks, you were so right since it was indeed the "surround" button that got me to the Dolby Pro Logic IIx option. Maybe when I'm not so tired I will press it again and see all the other options. Perhaps one of them would allow the 7.1 to work on its own. Thanks for your help!

No problem...just one last thought for why 7.1 does not work on its own sometimes...the way I am reading the manual and others can confirm or correct, some of the surround modes only support and do 5.1 so even if is it a 7.1 movie, the mode only knows how to handle 5.1 so 2 channels are lost.

This is just a thought of course.

Also, no worries on the delay, we all have lives and I figured yours may have just gotten in the way of your testing...
post #1564 of 1591
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Originally Posted by Stew4msu View Post

I just think that pliix is more dynamic.

Here's a good thread

http://fractal.avsforum.com/avs-vb/s...d.php?t=786066

Stew, I did some additional research trying to educate myself on the subject.

Dolby EX

http://www.dolby.com/consumer/unders...igital-ex.html

Dolby Pro Logic IIx

http://www.dolby.com/consumer/unders...logic-iix.html

Isn't the EX the better option since you get five digital channels and a fabricated rear channel as opposed to all analog with PLIIx?

Do you always leave your setting on PLIIx? What happens if you have a Dolby True HD BD - does it still produce 100% lossless audio?
post #1565 of 1591
I'm by no means an expert on sound fields, I just go by what sound better to me. It seems to me that the main difference is that ex is basically 6.1 ( both rears are the same), whereas pliix has discreet sounds for each rear.

I don't always use it, but do 90% of the time. For true hd, for example, I use true hd+pliix.

The only time I don't use it is for he's that only have dts, and then I'll use one of the dts flavors.

Try them both (all) and see what you like.
post #1566 of 1591
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Originally Posted by Stew4msu View Post

I'm by no means an expert on sound fields, I just go by what sound better to me. It seems to me that the main difference is that ex is basically 6.1 ( both rears are the same), whereas pliix has discreet sounds for each rear.

I don't always use it, but do 90% of the time. For true hd, for example, I use true hd+pliix.

The only time I don't use it is for he's that only have dts, and then I'll use one of the dts flavors.

Try them both (all) and see what you like.

We just tried "Black Swan" with the PLIIx. I honestly couldn't tell much of a difference but intuitively, I would want to go with the one where distinct sounds are created for each rear. I'll have to fool around with the surround options again because I do not recall seeing true hd+PLIIx.

On a side note, glad I just borrowed my sister's copy. Definitely not my kind of movie. Great acting but not my idea of fun entertainment. Too dark for me.
post #1567 of 1591
I'll also qualify as no expert, but I think of it this way. PLIIx is used as an "add on" on top of TrueHD or DTSmasteraudio. I use it all the time. Pretty sure that all five channels run as they would in the basic TrueHD setting but then it adds two discrete "matrixed" channels for the rears.

Agreed on "Black Swan"! I don't know how it got so much attention? It's an off balance, artsy, psycadellic film about a depressing topic. By the way, that was one that qualified for my comments regarding over the top sex scenes. We're on a whole string of depressing topic movies lately. Last night, after watching "Don't Leave Me", my wife says, "get Couples Retreat again"...hahahaha, she's ready for a laugh I suppose.
post #1568 of 1591
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I'll also qualify as no expert, but I think of it this way. PLIIx is used as an "add on" on top of TrueHD or DTSmasteraudio. I use it all the time. Pretty sure that all five channels run as they would in the basic TrueHD setting but then it adds two discrete "matrixed" channels for the rears.

Agreed on "Black Swan"! I don't know how it got so much attention? It's an off balance, artsy, psycadellic film about a depressing topic. By the way, that was one that qualified for my comments regarding over the top sex scenes. We're on a whole string of depressing topic movies lately. Last night, after watching "Don't Leave Me", my wife says, "get Couples Retreat again"...hahahaha, she's ready for a laugh I suppose.

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Originally Posted by queendvd2 View Post

We just tried "Black Swan" with the PLIIx. I honestly couldn't tell much of a difference but intuitively, I would want to go with the one where distinct sounds are created for each rear. I'll have to fool around with the surround options again because I do not recall seeing true hd+PLIIx.

On a side note, glad I just borrowed my sister's copy. Definitely not my kind of movie. Great acting but not my idea of fun entertainment. Too dark for me.

The crazy thing to me was that I believe the movie was filmed using a DSLr...CRAZY!

I am yet to watch it, but I suppose it will be moved down the list based on these glowing reviews...
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The crazy thing to me was that I believe the movie was filmed using a DSLr...CRAZY!

I am yet to watch it, but I suppose it will be moved down the list based on these glowing reviews...

Interesting. It just moved up my list.


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By the way, that was one that qualified for my comments regarding over the top sex scenes.
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eh, you have a point there stew
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The crazy thing to me was that I believe the movie was filmed using a DSLr...CRAZY!
Funny you should mention that Smaks because all throughout the movie I was complaining to my husband that I couldn't stand that way it was shot, all grainy, moving around and making me dizzy.

We await Smaks' and Stew's reviews...
post #1572 of 1591
Just checked out your build across the home and in the theater. Like everyone else said, what an excellent job. The details from the casings to the panel moldings really adds a ton of character and craftsmanship to your home. Well done!
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Just checked out your build across the home and in the theater. Like everyone else said, what an excellent job. The details from the casings to the panel moldings really adds a ton of character and craftsmanship to your home. Well done!

Thanks for the kind words Modest and for your patience in reading through my non-indexed thread. I never did figure out how to do that.

Boy, was I deep in the archives...
post #1574 of 1591
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Had a chance to just hang in the HT and watch a couple movies the other day. Instead of red box, my new guilty pleasure is the public library. While I do not get to see on immediate release (which when I was buying I never got around to watching right away anyway) my wallet is that much fatter. Plus, I am watching a wider selection of movies, not just ones that I deemed HT worthy. And I have 7 days to watch instead of just 2. A few of the recent showings below:

"The Road" - I had read the book prior and it brought tears to my eyes (not an easy feat) so I was quite curoius about the movie adaptation. Otherwise, I would not normally be interested in such a bleak backdrop. I thought it was well done and pretty faithful to the book.

"Burlesque" - I suspect that one will get a lot of groans from this crowd but it was a fun showing. Besides, that bartender...

"Country Strong" - I recalled the backlash that GP got from the country crowd for trying to impersonate a country singer but I thought she was quite good, as well as the other three leads. I really liked this one a lot. Make sure you watch the original ending which I thought was more realistic.

"Snow Flower and the Secret Fan" - First, let me state at the onset that I did not read the book. Apparently, faithful fans of the book were outraged with the liberties taken by Wayne Wang in creating a parallel modern storyline. The movie follows the friendship of two women in ancient China as well as the above. I thought Li Bing Bing was great as Lily. I would recommend but do not see much appeal for the male audience.

On a side note, waiting for the electrician, who fixed my non-working exterior outlets a couple years back when my contractor somehow blew it (he paid for the guy). Now, two years later and not working again, much to my childrens' chagrin since my lighted candy canes have no juice. Let's hope he shows as he has not shown twice already! Got quoted an estimate of about hundred bucks if it's just a bad breaker. Hopefully, it is an honest quote. Do those exterior outlets typically have short shelf lives?
post #1575 of 1591
QUeen,

Good to see you back on here, and it is excellent to see that you are finding time to enjoy some movies during this hectic time of year. A bit early; but here's Wishing you and your family the best for the holiday season!
post #1576 of 1591
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....On a side note, waiting for the electrician, who fixed my non-working exterior outlets a couple years back when my contractor somehow blew it (he paid for the guy). Now, two years later and not working again, much to my childrens' chagrin since my lighted candy canes have no juice. Let's hope he shows as he has not shown twice already! Got quoted an estimate of about hundred bucks if it's just a bad breaker. Hopefully, it is an honest quote. Do those exterior outlets typically have short shelf lives?

Glad to hear that you are getting to enjoy your HT. I love the library as well and I find myself just as you do picking things that I normally would not as there is no "pressure" so to speak.

On the electrical front the outside outlets typically do not have a "shelf life" and should last as long as your outlets inside. The do require protection from the elements though. Either a metal cover with gaskets or some codes now require a large plastic cover to protect the outlets. Breakers do go bad, and while a 100 bucks is a hundred buck that does not seem too far off if it is for everything included (service call, assessment, parts, and labor), but none the less if you are like me I it just KILLS you to have to pay it. I have changed out breakers and outlets before, but I do not suggest anybody do it as it really goes to how comfortable you are working with electricity, but it can be done by a DIY'er.

Regards,

RTROSE
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QUeen,

Good to see you back on here, and it is excellent to see that you are finding time to enjoy some movies during this hectic time of year. A bit early; but here's Wishing you and your family the best for the holiday season!

Hey, thanks cuz!! Wishing you and your loved ones a blessed holiday as well.

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Glad to hear that you are getting to enjoy your HT. I love the library as well and I find myself just as you do picking things that I normally would not as there is no "pressure" so to speak.

On the electrical front the outside outlets typically do not have a "shelf life" and should last as long as your outlets inside. The do require protection from the elements though. Either a metal cover with gaskets or some codes now require a large plastic cover to protect the outlets. Breakers do go bad, and while a 100 bucks is a hundred buck that does not seem too far off if it is for everything included (service call, assessment, parts, and labor), but none the less if you are like me I it just KILLS you to have to pay it. I have changed out breakers and outlets before, but I do not suggest anybody do it as it really goes to how comfortable you are working with electricity, but it can be done by a DIY'er.

Regards,

RTROSE

The electrician actually did show up that day. Sure enough, it was a bad breaker (even though it was the weatherproof one with the hinged cover). It was dry as a bone so I'm not sure what went wrong. It took him less than 15 minutes to get it all done.

I hear ya on that one RT, as it did kill me to fork over $100 but then again, I probably would have literally killed myself trying to DIY. Just glad it was fixed and got my candy canes and lights up and running.

Wishing all my fellow AVSers a wonderful holiday!!
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Long time no see/speak!

Merry Christmas to you and yours, Queen, and best wishes for a blessed new year!
post #1579 of 1591
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Thanks CJ. Yes, I had originally planned on the InRooms when I had the proscenium design but when I decided to go with the AT screen I switched to the InWalls. Because of my limited space behind the false wall (only 18") I was concerned about the InRooms having enough space behind them to perform well. As far as the placement, my HT guy said that would work best. I'm just a novice here so I've been relying on the pros. Here's part of a PM that I got from Tony (I'm sure he won't mind my posting)...

Originally Posted by ttowntony
No problems on the questions, I'm here to assist.

An enclosed speaker will outperform the typical in-wall designed speaker any day. The only case where that can be questioned is within Triad as ALL their speakers have custom enclosures including their in-walls. This is why they (Triad) dominate the custom market as does say a B&W/Paradigm/Dynaudio speaker to the typical everyday customer setup.

For space reasons, I would think the Triad LCR or In-Wall LCR would work great given your width constraints. It's going to come down to the look you prefer. I might lean towards the In-Wall Triad LCR gold version as it will widen the room in appearance yet sound just as well as the freestanding LCR version.

This is the exact situation I am in right now as I start planning my build: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1383183
Looks like you decided to go with the inwalls on the front. Any pointers for someone who is potentially going down that same path?

Thx
post #1580 of 1591
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Originally Posted by 235 View Post

This is the exact situation I am in right now as I start planning my build: http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1383183
Looks like you decided to go with the inwalls on the front. Any pointers for someone who is potentially going down that same path?

Thx

According to the experts, the proper use of the in-walls (if they are not in fact placed in a wall) is to build a baffle board to place them into. I know there is a picture somewhere on AVS illustrating such but unfortunately, I am unable to find it right now. Admittedly, I am not an audiophile so I really don't have any complaints with my current set-up of using the in-walls simply free standing behind my AT screen.

If I were to do it over, I would just do the baffle board but then again, if I were to really do it over, I would hire Dennis to do the design and BIG to do the install. Then there would be no "things I would have done differently" .
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Long time no see/speak!

Merry Christmas to you and yours, Queen, and best wishes for a blessed new year!

Hey stranger (not just to my thread but YOUR own as well )! Thanks hanes, here's wishing you and your family a 2012 filled with many adventures (hopefully, none of which include mold)!
post #1582 of 1591
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Originally Posted by RTROSE View Post

Glad to hear that you are getting to enjoy your HT. I love the library as well and I find myself just as you do picking things that I normally would not as there is no "pressure" so to speak.

RTROSE

Yes, I am excited to be expanding my viewing circle without any recourse to my wallet. It's funny because a lot of these are much better movies than ones I have previously purchased. A couple of other new library viewings:

"Young Victoria" - not your typical HT reference showing, but enjoyable nonetheless. I found the story very interesting. Besides, what woman doesn't love a great love story.

"Conspirator" - again, not your HT standard, but the ensemble cast and great acting made this quite enjoyable. I'm not exactly a history buff so again, I found the story very interesting but yet disturbing at the same time.

Have a bunch of BDs in waiting since I got my husband quite a few for Christmas . Watched "Captain America" and liked that a lot. Still have "Green Lantern" (hey, it was only ten bucks), "X-Men", "Rise of the Planet of the Apes" and "POTC" in the queue.
post #1583 of 1591
Queen,

Good report on the Conspirator (I'm a civil war buff and this is the nudge I need to go see this one).

If you liked Captain America - I think you will also like Green Lantern.
I was skeptical about GL - but in the end we liked it!
post #1584 of 1591
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Gee, it has been so long since I last logged in it took me a day to reset everything and get it all straight. I wish this were a happier post but I've got water (not to the tune of Purple Palace type under water) but a few random puddles in my basement. I am waiting for the contractor helper to show up any minute now but I thought I would solicit the knowledgeable AVSers to see if you guys have any ideas as to the source of my water.

The other night I ran down into the basement and immediately noticed a small elongated puddle of water at the bottom of the steps (about 2 feet long). Tried to draw on the spot but for whatever reason photobucket is not saving. The puddle was closer to the stairs than the utility closet. The base trim on that wall is now jutting out.

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Then I saw another large elongated puddle just on the side of the staircase and then a smaller elongated one to its right.

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I ran into the bathroom because immediately I thought my sump pump failed. Sure enough, I saw brown murky water in the toilet. I called my contractor and his helper came out to take a look (since my contractor has since moved on to a steady commercial gig and could not get out to my house immediately). He says the sump pump is ok but there is a small leak in my main drain line. So anytime we use the water upstairs it results in drips.

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He remarked that it was clearly evident that it was repaired previously with some sort of glue. Of course, my first reaction was well if it was clearly evident then why didn't you spot this BEFORE you sealed up my walls!

Anyway, I called my contractor not fully believing that his helper's assessment is the full story. I asked him if it is indeed just my main drain line then why did I get back-up in the basement toilet. Plus, why do I have random puddles. I even found a small one in the play area of the basement which is a good 30 feet from the utility closet. It was under the playground (no, I do not let my kids bring any beverages down there - only water for the HT - which is immediately brought back up after the showing). Small area of base trim on the separating wall (that you cannot see) jutting here too.

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I know the first question everyone will ask is did the HT suffer any damage. I noticed a little (and I mean little) dampness in the carpet by the wall that butts up to the wall by the staircase and I noticed that my trim is now detached. I immediately put a fan on it but I am pretty sure it's ok.

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I know the second question everyone will ask is did I get heavy rain. There was some rain the day prior but we've experienced far worse before. My question is even if we did get heavy rain and I got some in the basement wouldn't the puddles be closer to the outer walls? Why the random puddles? I know my floor is uneven so is it just a matter of the water travelling until it hits a spot where it can come up? Is this one problem or a combo of problems?

Helper coming today to rip out the drywall in the closet and get that main drain line fixed. Any ideas appreciated.
Edited by queendvd2 - 8/14/12 at 6:18am
post #1585 of 1591
Queen,
Always good to hear from you, but would be much better without these water issues. The additional "good news", seems the seepage into your HT room is confined to a very very small area
Continuing to be positive here: it is good you are catching these before it became a bigger problem.

Is this photo of the main line, near where; it exits your basement wall to the outside?
The patched PVC - does suggest someone previously attempted a repair, or perhaps the PVC joints were never properly cut / glued / seated when it was originally assembled?
Either way that section should be cut out and redone.

As for multiple problems (backup in the basement toilet)?
When that faulty PVC job is repaired; they should be able to determine if there is also a 2nd problem, a backup problem? An experienced plumber should be able to tell BEFORE he begins repairing (cutting) out that old PVC.
. For example is that drain pipe currently full of backed up sewer water? He needs to determine that answer BEFORE he opens up, or starts repairing that section of pipe! You do not want the contents of that main line emptying into your basement when his first repair cut is made!

Not saying the following has happened in your case, however;
Years ago before we started our basement remodel - we had a serious backup problem.
It was caused by shoddy workmanship outside our basement wall where the main line is trenched from the street to the basement wall. They failed to lay gravel in the trench for the line connecting our house to the street. The house settled, causing the cast iron main line to bottom out in the clay trench. Over years of settling this caused the cast iron main line under our lawn to shear off just outside our basement wall. The break in the main eventually filled in with clay and it was then that our entire system backup inside the house.
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Hi cuz!! I wasn't sure who was still around since I've been away so long. I see that BIG has got another project going.

Thanks for your reply. Yes, that is the main line that exits to the far left. The bathroom is to the left and that's it. It turns out that it was a couple of things. There was a small bracket holding the pvc tube to the wall that broke off slightly. So when the sump pump operated, the main line would jiggle and that created enough friction to start to break that 'spit and glue' repair. I remember exactly now what probably caused those puddles. There was one evening when I gave the kids their baths at the same time when I was running my dishwasher (strangely enough, we hardly ever run multiple water sources at the same time). The guy said that it was probably too much water at the same time, which created enough to break that seal, which by the way was glued with PL and not PVC glue. The random puddles were attributed to the bath/dish water seeping out of the pipe and then trickling down my slanted concrete floor. Here's the repair job.

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He pulled off the base trim, which revealed very little water damage - a small section the size of my thumb at the bottom of my MDF column, which I dried with my hair dryer. He put the trim on as best he as he could to hide the pieces not matching as perfectly as they previously did. Of course, I had tons of painted chair rail and crown scraps (yes, I am a pack rat) but no base.

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Still not sure why the toilet backed up but just very relieved. You can imagine the panic when I saw the first puddle.

On a separate note, I used the excel ticketmaker that someone posted on the forum http://www.jasonhilton.us/ticket.htm and have nothing but accolades. My daughter is having a birthday movie party so I made some up. It's the coolest little tool, and in my native excel to boot. It's so easy that someone who is not pc literate can still utilize it.
post #1587 of 1591
Queen,

Amazing that someone tried a quick fix to a major plumbing artery with something like "PL" !!
I'm glad that this was only a scare, and that it is now behind you.
Seems the new format has caused some of the old regulars to disappear. Although be relieved to know that RT and Hanes are still around !

As for us:
My son (HS senior next year) managed to put over 1K hours on our PJ while gaming with his PS3. Even with his near full-time summer job and some college shopping visits
Me and the wife average at least one movie might per week
(And I am satisfying my "upgraditis-addicition" by building a lighted posterbox, lighted stair-rails, and adding/upgrading sub-woofers smile.gif

Don't be a stranger and Take Care
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post #1588 of 1591
Hey Queen!

I saw you had water issues and my heart immediately went out to you. I hate water issues! Makes me shudder! Glad that it was not too big of a problem and that the fix was relativity quick and easy. My parents had some issues several years ago with a sewer backup (luckily it was not too bad) when the concrete company pouring their new room slab drove over the sewer cleanout stack and did not tell them about it. That would have been my other suggestion if you did not have any idea on what was going on would be to have checked that.

Glad that you are still around. Don't be such a stranger! biggrin.gif

Regards,

RTROSE
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Originally Posted by cuzed2 View Post

Queen,
Amazing that someone tried a quick fix to a major plumbing artery with something like "PL" !!
I'm glad that this was only a scare, and that it is now behind you.
Seems the new format has caused some of the old regulars to disappear. Although be relieved to know that RT and Hanes are still around !
As for us:
My son (HS senior next year) managed to put over 1K hours on our PJ while gaming with his PS3. Even with his near full-time summer job and some college shopping visits
Me and the wife average at least one movie might per week
(And I am satisfying my "upgraditis-addicition" by building a lighted posterbox, lighted stair-rails, and adding/upgrading sub-woofers smile.gif
Don't be a stranger and Take Care
smile.gifsmile.gif

Wow cuz!!! That's a lot of hours. College costs can quickly cure your upgraditis!

We were also doing about one movie per week. Kids were doing a couple times per week but of late it's been dark with all the craziness of summer. You would think with summer we would have more time but with travel softball, vacation, etc. it has been challenging.
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Hey Queen!
I saw you had water issues and my heart immediately went out to you. I hate water issues! Makes me shudder! Glad that it was not too big of a problem and that the fix was relativity quick and easy. My parents had some issues several years ago with a sewer backup (luckily it was not too bad) when the concrete company pouring their new room slab drove over the sewer cleanout stack and did not tell them about it. That would have been my other suggestion if you did not have any idea on what was going on would be to have checked that.
Glad that you are still around. Don't be such a stranger! biggrin.gif
Regards,
RTROSE

Hey RT! It's nice to hear from my 'old' friends. I have to admit I was taken aback with the new look of the website.
post #1590 of 1591
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ASPECT RATIO TROUBLES!

Hello long lost AVSers! Yes, it has been quite a long time. I wish I could say it was on a happier note and that I was just checking in to wish everyone a happy Memorial Day. But alas, I sheepishly admit I am seeking guidance from the experts. The other day, my husband threw in Brave for the kids. I joined them later on and as soon as I walked into the theater I asked why he didn't set it up to take up the whole screen since Brave is a 2.35 movie. I grabbed the remote and tried to change the aspect ratio and discovered the remote was behaving oddly. It was reacting in the opposite - so if I chose 2.35 as my aspect ratio, my anamorphic lens would slide off and if I chose 16.9 then it was slide in front of my JVC. At that point, my husband mentioned that a few days prior there was some kind of electrical surge that apparently tripped the circuit breaker for the HT. He didn't think much of it until now.

Today was the first day that I had a chance to go down and explore further. I dove into the menus in my universal remote - tried to unplug and reset everything with the lens and the projector. But still the same problem, lens moves out when I choose 2.35 on my URC, moves in if I choose 16.9. I am worried that when that surge happened something may have been compromised in either the JVC or anamorphic lens. We do have a small surge attached to the projector that I had the HT installer put in for fear of this very exact situation.

When i choose 2.35, I am getting black bars on top and bottom and can see my menu. Before, the image would take up the entire screen and I could barely see the menu options.



When I choose 16.9, the lens incorrectly moves in front of the JVC and I get a much smaller image on my screen with not only black bars on top and bottom but also much wider black bars on the sides.



HELP confused.gif ????
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