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Lithuanian Filharmonik Orchestra?




anyway, my player says its 1.428571428571428571428571... or, 3/2.1
 

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Originally Posted by Kal Rubinson /forum/post/17049261


I can add.
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Originally Posted by boondocks /forum/post/17049792


OK, Kal.

We're happy for you.

Meaning: Who cares?


Almost any one will do except 6 since that does not explicitely indicate a distinct LF channel.


For example, mdg (and others) markets 2+2+2 recordings and none of the channels is specifically for LF. It includes 2 front, 2 height, and 2 surround channels.
 

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Originally Posted by mgpt6 /forum/post/17051173


5.1 with ".1" as indicative of the LFE channel has become the de facto moniker.

Ditto!

if have 2,3,4,5,6,7 or more channels, the ".1" is to indicate LFE.


off topic:

i dream with ".2" where will have LFE for the right channel and LFE for the left channel, a true stereo LFE. will be very cool for musics.
 

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Originally Posted by jorgeluiz /forum/post/17059972


we love discuss everything even when we can be wrong.

LOL


but the 5.1, 6.1 nomenclature has never been in question and always been in popular usage


However, there are 2+2+2 discs... where do the channels go - do you have to reconfigure your system?
 

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Originally Posted by SiriuslyCold /forum/post/17063484


LOL


but the 5.1, 6.1 nomenclature has never been in question and always been in popular usage


However, there are 2+2+2 discs... where do the channels go - do you have to reconfigure your system?

Yes and no. You can play them on a 5.1 system but to get the intended effect, the last +2 are front-height channels.
 
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