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  1. Pro Audio
    Hi everyone, I am working on a track that has too many elements in the mid region - the rhythm guitars, lead guitars, snare, vocals. So I tried panning, didn't work as I want the mid region to have quite a lot of room for the kick, bass, snare and vocals to fit in. I tried the Waves S1 imager...
  2. Home Audio Acoustics
    It looks like Home Depot no longer carries Roxul Safe n' Sound 24" and only has the 16" wide version now. Is 16" wide enough for a panel or should I make each one 32" wide? I will be addressing the first reflection points on the sides as well as the ceiling.
  3. Home Theater Seating and Accessories
    I just purchase a two seat section for my HT. Now there are TONS:doh:of company with Boatloads of Styles to choose from but I was able to narrow mine down alot. 1. Available in Canada 2. A two seat section that is no more then 64inchs across (I have 68inch between my two couches that are on...
  4. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Is there any rule regarding the width of the baffle in regards to the size of the driver? Also is there a preference out there on the type of port used?
  5. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I tried to figure this out on my own, but it is easier to just ask ;) If I'm building a Maelstrom Dual PR, what is the minimum width I can use with the PRs on opposing sides? If I want at least one "skinny" dimension, am I better off with the PRs on the wider axis? Thanks.
  6. Hitachi
    Several months ago I successfully completed the convergence repair on my Hitachi 51F500A. I did the grid adjustments to correct the convergence to an acceptable level without using a template (by eye). One thing that has remained however is the picture is too wide and I don't know how to adjust...
  7. Home Theater Design and Construction
    I have a home theater now that is open on one side. I'm thinking about closing the open side off so I can soundproof the theater. However I want to make sure I don't create some nasty room modes. I remember that I should avoid multiples of each other in the dimensions (ie length 2x width...
  8. Home Theater Design and Construction
    I am designing a new HT for the basement, and I am limited to an area that is about 10 x 15. From some prelim research, it seems that the recommended distance I need from the screen to the sitting area is less than the width of 3 or 4 reclining chairs plus aisle space (To me, it looks like...
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