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  1. Home Theater Design and Construction
    Looking into building a small stage up front for the speakers. Aside from aesthetics and sound absorption, what are everyone's thoughts on these. Few questions: am I ok to place subs up there as well, anything different to treat under the riser with in regard to type of speaker on top, is there...
  2. Electronic Processing/Equalization Devices
    I'm not sure this is the best subforum for this discussion so apologies if I've posted in the wrong place... I've been talking to a couple of friends who are in "Pro audio" circles and have studied the subject in incredible depth at university and they're both incredibly skeptical about using...
  3. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    This question has been bugging me for a while as I contemplate a possible upgrade to my set up. I did some searches without getting an answer. Since 2 15’s provide a greater surface area that an 18 by about 38% they should pressurize a large room a bit more and go a bit lower. In the real world...
  4. SPL Meters | Mic's | Calibration | Sound Cards
    I am getting ready to buy all the "equipment" needed to check out my speakers and integrate an IB subwoofer. I plan to get a Sound Blaster live external USB card for my laptop and a BFD. My question is about mics and SPL meters. I am new to this and it is a bit confusing. Could someone explain...
  5. Home Audio Speakers
    Hey guys, I'm seeking assistance picking the right package for me. For movies I like a big sound but for music I like more refined, clear and clean with lots of detail... can you get all of that out of the same speaker. I currently own JBL speakers and while they offer the big sound I like for...
  6. General Screen Discussion
    I've read laminate threads discussing various mounting techniques. They seem to break down into two general methods: Method A: Laminate is attached directly to the frame. Method B: Laminate is attached to an underlying substrate, such as 1/4" plywood or peg board and the resultant sandwich...
  7. Home Theater Design and Construction
    To maintain access to a variety of pipes and ducts, I'm planning a drop ceiling of some sort in my basement theater. How are the acoustics of such ceilings? I plan on packing between the rafters with fluffy fiberglass, and also stuffing more on top of the ceiling panels. I'm looking at black...
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