This is a build critique thread by someone who feels he must have a horn.
Before you read please note ;
1. This is one of those jobs by people who have messed around with Hornresp for some weeks and feel they know enough to design and build their own rather than picking any of the available...
“…Wild City offers thrills galore.” ~ Clarence Tsui, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
The First Film in Seven Years
from Hong Kong Filmmaker Ringo LAM
Arrives on Blu-ray™, DVD & Digital HD November 10
Bonus Materials Include
Making-of & Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes
Title: Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films
HTS Overall Score:69...
Title: Call of the Wild
HTS Overall Score:71
Clark Gable was the staple of many a...
If I use a length of 128, my graphs look reallllllly nice and impressive (to me anyway). The higher up I go in length, the worse they look. At 512k, I get a complete null drop at every 50: 50hz, 150hz, 250hz (see attached).
I'm thinking that my PC must only be able to handle the 128 Length...
Where the Wild Things Are
http://www.hometheatershack.com/gallery/file.php?n=3636&w=lStarring: Max Records, Catherine Keener, James Gandolfini, Paul Dano, Catherine O’Hara, Forest Whitaker, Chris Cooper, Michael Berry Jr.
Director: Spike Jonze
Studio: Warner Brothers
Runtime: 101 minutes
Who am I? I am a seminary student, work full time as a software engineer.
Why am I here?
To get your WinISD stuff. I've been bit by the DIY bug hard.
Just ordered an A500 for my MBM project in fact.
I thought since I was using all your stuff I should at least intro myself. I'm mainly an...
I've successfully used the Reckhorn B1 and BFD to get a smooth curve out of my sub, but the mains look hopeless. When I measure them together it's even worse. Is this just the way it works? Are these major drop-outs usually just accepted in an untreated room?
My sub gave me this (B1 with ~17Hz...
I recently purchased the Toshiba HDXA2 player and am now collecting and screening
HD DVD films. Among my first purchases was "The Wild Bunch" in HD DVD.
Of course I have the previous version in standard DVD (anamorphic enhanced).
How dramatic is the difference? Probably not as much as you...
Actors: John Travolta, Tim Allen, William H. Macy, Martin Lawrence
Directors: Walter Becker
Format: AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen
Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1