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  1. REW Forum
    To use Passive Crossover Designer (or the Windows version, WinPCD) requires that you import the speaker frequency response as an .frd file or the impedance curve as a .zma file. The instructions for REW explain how to export your measurements as text files and state that the format is compatible...
  2. Sealed Subwoofer Build Projects
    Looking for a designer as I have e mailed and private messaged but got no replys :huh: so im on the new hunt as I will be talking to a friend thats a very skilled wood worker soon. Im kinda in a rush as this needs to get done asap before the move. Thanks for the help guys. Your a killer group...
  3. DIY Screens
    Hello HTS members, I am a new recruit hoping to get some advice about DIY home theater screens. I had been reading through black widow threads until my eyes were bloodshot, but today I noticed that a screen of the exact dimensions I hope to build is available used for sale on craigslist...
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hello all- I've been lurking on this site for over a year and finally roped off some time to pursue some qualified end-user opinions on great surround sound experiences. I've been a composer and sound designer for 20 years and am about to begin offering surround services. I just purchased my...
  5. DIY Screens
    Well this seem like the right place on the English Internet to talk about DIY screens. Many thanks for all the tests and measurment that has happend it is truly helpful. My Room: Flat black celing, Flat Dark brown walls, Dark Red Carpet, Total light control. It is a dedicated space. First...
  6. Home Audio Acoustics
    Wondering if anyone has any experience using Designer Lite from the Home Theater Assistant series? It's a free iPhone app, which allows room measurement input and then spits out some options for seat placement, screen size and speaker placement. I know it might be simplifying what can or should...
  7. DIY Speakers
    For those wondering why I've been neglecting my speakers and these forums so much. It's because I've been working on creating a new Speaker Designer software package for hobbyists. The goal is to create a package that takes you from the driver all the way to the box configuration and cut list. I...
  8. DIY Screens
    I am not a total newbie but need advice on a DIY build. I presently have a 98" DIY screen I built about 3 years ago using information posted mostly by Wbasset. This screen worked flawlessly until a few months back when the Blue polarizer on my PLV-Z5 started causing problems like a yellowish...
  9. New Member Introductions
    Thanks for allowing me to sign up. I look forward to getting involved with everyone. I have much more experience in Pro A/V than home markets. I was VP of Product Development for a company that manufactures Recording Studio, Live, and TV gear. I have over ten years experience in acoustic design...
  10. Home Audio Acoustics
    I ran across this today and was wondering if anyone had any experience using these to tame room response in their home theater. I know I can make some DIY panels but since I am nearing the end of a full year of home improvements, I just want an inexpensive readymade solution that will work...
  11. DIY Screens
    I'm trying to decide which way to go. If I go with the screen material, I would buy the pulldown screen, cut the material off and use my wood frame. I just don't know if the screen material is pliable enough to get a tight fit on the frame with staples. 1) Designer White laminate screen 2)...
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