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  1. Home Theater Projectors
    I am curious as too if it is worth the upgrade from a Panasonic PT-AE7000 to a PT-AE8000? The differences that I am aware of are: PT-AE7000 PT-AE8000 300,000:1 500,000:1 Contrast Ratio 2000 2400 LM Brightness Is...
  2. Home Theater Projectors
    Has anybody out there had their panasonic fit or come close to fittting a screen size of 5m across from a projected distance of 8m from the screen? If so, how did it perform?
  3. DIY Screens
    First, I want to say that I found this forum by accident. I was viewing another forum that rhymes with 'Hey Dee Yes' and was frustrated by the lack of details and hard data in the recommendations. After some googling, I found this forum with extremely helpful people and LOTS of data. So Thank...
  4. DIY Screens
    My wife and I have decided on the Panasonic projector for our theater/entertainment room. Our room is 15 x 18 and dark blue with a white ceiling that is 8' high and white trim with beige carpet. It will be used 50/50 movies and sports so we feel a gray screen will be best considering the...
  5. Home Theater Projectors
    I've managed to wear out my bulb, with the help of my family and friends, of course, and I'm wondering if anyone else has experienced the symptoms I am. First the replace lamp sign appeared, and disappeared. Now it doesn't go away, and the PJ turns itself off after 10 minutes or so of use. I'm a...
  6. Home Theater Projectors
    I am not too satisfied with the blacks on this PJ yet, it's my first PJ so I have no prior expereince to go off of, but I was expecting a bit better. Now, when I say blacks, I mean when a movie shows a mostly black scene, cave scenes in "The Decent", beginning scene in "The Matrix" and the...
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  8. Pro Audio
    In part one of this optimization guide, we focused solely on optimizing for your recording session only. In part two we will focus on optimizing for mixing and mastering, so sit back, relax and learn! Optimizing for Mixing and Mastering: If you recall in the last article, the H/W buffer...
  9. Pro Audio
    Optimizing your Pro Tools system is yet another important part of having smooth and stable recording/mixing/mastering sessions and each particular process requires different configurations. Optimizing for recording: When recording audio, latency is a big issue, you want the least latency...
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