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  1. Home Theater Receivers | Processors | Amps
    My old receiver just died. I just noticed The replacement I just ordered won't drive all my speakers. My current setup is 7.1 + pro logic iiz height speakers. The new receiver will only support 7.1 or 5.1.2 Atmos. Is Atmos worth moving and rewiring my rear speakers? Unfortunately, a jump to...
  2. Home Theater Receivers | Processors | Amps
    I'm looking to do the opposite of what a lot do instead, I want a AVR that I could put external, independent audio into the 6-7 amps, and use them separately from the rest of the AVR's circuitry. I basically want a 6 channel amp, that I can use for speaker development with active crossovers...
  3. Remotes | Cables | Accessories | Tweaks
    I do have copies of Discrete infrared on and off hex codes for Panasonic PT-AE4000 but I don't know how to put them in the remote mx450.Will someone please help me, thanks in advance.kunta.:innocent:
  4. AV Home Theater
    Ok all you audio Geeks, hear is a question that I was sure I knew but now I am not sure, on a 5.1 or 7.1 digital master is the .1 a discrete audio mix done in the studio or is it dependent on the crossover settings? Meaning does the .1 have dedicated sounds recorded to it at the studio.
  5. Audio Processing
    Hi, This is with regards to 7.1 discrete channel DTS-HD MA or Dolby TrueHD Bluray disc. When such 7.1 discrete channel are on the disc, what are the speakers that are intended from the last(?) 2 channels. Are they meant for the rear speakers? I am curious because what happens if someone set up...
  6. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Anyone know where I can find discrete .1 LFE test tones from about 10-15Hz up to about 100-120Hz? I prefer 1 Hz increments, but 1/6 octave would do. Thanks!
  7. Movies | TV Shows | Hollywood
    When will DD True-HD 7.1 and DTS HD Master 7.1 be available on high def DVDs and will be able to be exported from high def DVD players via HDMI to be decoded in receivers or processors? Thanks, Mike
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