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Originally Posted by skprasad
thank you both! I am primarily interested in the sound quality for movies -- both the acoustics and accurate spatial resolution. I don't do much two-channel listening any more. I suspect that I would "set it and forget it" and not endlessly tweak it. I don't have any other JBL components as I said so I am pretty conflicted.
Given the option to get either for the same price (cost of the Lyngdorf), which would you get -- the Lyngdorf MP-60 or the JBL Synthesis SDP-75? It seems there is no right answer but would love to find out what others would get in my predicament.
If you don't have any JBL components in your system, then there is no benefit at all to the JBL version of the Trinnov Altitude. And with current firmware, there are 2 key benefits to the Trinnov Altitude, one of which I consider essential.
The calibration tools available in the Trinnov Altitude far surpass the Lyngdorf, and if properly calibrated by a knowledgeable professional with the right equipment, the final result will be better.
Adam Pelz ,Acoustic Mafia - Hear No Evil
Level III Trinnov Altitude Calibrator, JBL Master ARCOS Calibrator, CEDIA Designer, Home Acoustics Alliance Instructor LIII, THX HT1+ HT2+ Video
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