By: audiofeline · 29/06/22 · 44 views
By: audiofeline · 29/06/22 · 32 views
By: audiofeline · 29/06/22 · 45 views
I love my Netflix. Never really watched TV shows/Movies but the occasional MotoGP and going to Cinema but now there are sooooo many options.
So I've watched the full episode of 'Cosmos' by Neil de Grasse Tyson. Amazing
Watched some old movies (Event Horizon, Total Recall, Star Trek into darkness etc) as I don't really know what movie to watch !
What else are there...?
I am pointing my VPN to the US and quite surprised to find a title that's not there but available in Europe (Nicolas Cage "Knowing"). I wonder what else.
Please share us what you watch and maybe a bit of review!
Brilliant show, streaming on Amazon Prime.
I would recommend going in cold as I did, however it has been advertised on FTA with the S2 launch.
Karl Urban is great in this, but took a me a while to recognise Antony Starr who is brilliant and maybe one of the best depictions of the internal conflicts of his character.
This is a DIY in progress thread. What are you building right now? Or about to build this summer. Not so much a detailed thread, but one to bring out of the woodwork all those projects hiding away in secret.
Right now I'm building some oblate spheroid waveguides. Just a pair of small 6" guides to mate with a 6" mid. My first go at integrating my new compression drivers. So far (as always) it's taking much longer than expected!
large rectangular waveguides - 15" 40 x 90 degree and perhaps an 18" like the Unity
some big bass traps (ones that can live permanently in the room)
quadratic diffusors and some absorbers
under floor bass horns
It's a bit of a shock seeing my work bench clear enough to actually put all those bits on it.
There are all the bits. The tricky part is making sure they are all concentric when turning them up. I've found in the past that this is the thing I'm most likely to bugger up. So this time I'll line them all up, glue, cut out the holes then turn them up.
There is always a certain amount of denial of reality with these projects. Ahhh, it's just a quickie, 3 or 4 hours should do it. Hmmm ... starting to appreciate how much would go into a 15" version!
Over to you guys .... what are you building? Come out of the closet!
We had a thread on Anthem MRX 310/510/710, models which are superseded. Thought it would be useful to start a new one where the growing group of Anthem owners on this forum can share their experience with each other and with others exploring the Anthem range. Suggestions for improving this post most welcome.
Anthem website: www.anthemav.com
Anthem news blog: http://blog.anthemav.com/
Anthem Room Correction (ARC): Official description
Video: Official video, ARC Overview (Home Theatre Lounge)
Articles : Calibrate dual woofers with ARC (Poor Audiophile),
Interview with ARC developers (Audioholics)
Good summary ARC & others (ARC, Dirac rated best, Sep 17)
ARC (Secrets of Home Theatre) Pt 1, ARC + sub (Secrets of Home Theatre) Pt 2
Geeks Guide to using ARC-2 (Secrets of Home Theatre)
Super Geek Guide to Tweaking ARC-2 (Secrets of Home Theatre)
ARC-1 used on MRX x00, AVM 50V, D2V
ARC-2 used on MRX x10, MRX x20, AVM 60, STR Integrated, Pre-amp
(ARC-2 on MRX x10 has 2 profiles cf 4 in others, no slope of rolloff for target customisation of mains & centre)
Snoop's ARC Tips & Tweaks
Anthem owners: (please post if I either missed you or added you in error):
AVM50V : Tassie Devil, IXXI (3D), arftech (3D)
AVM60 : Getreal95, , SimonNo10, franin, Isaac Otaiza
D2V : recur, pezz, jrisles
Integrated 225 : JamesMay, The Bluesman
M1 : parayam, Devialet, georgehifi, ufo
MCA 20 : roboo307, doomigee2
MCA 30 : quantam_l3@p
MCA 50 : benje
MRX 310 : Naydn, Agneswaran, Tommy_tucker
MRX 510 : Cinemafan, Sound_addict, BenH, mpearce38, DarkNark
MRX 520 : Toothdoc
MRX 700 : apgood, Blackwash
MRX 710 : tigger384, skinner84, gillmaverick, snoopy8, Wonka1, woogie59, harmo_hammer, Familyguyhifi, 1224
MRX 720 : benje, bellyup, bandyka, The Bluesman, 2LOUD2OLD, zakblue, ph3ng,
MRX 1120 : michaelharvey (review here), SNA review, Slightlyforward1503565351, Sir Triode, Mobe1969,
1120 with music, kitschcamp, CapitalK, richiey
P2 : Sterlo
PVA5 : GoudaK, ufo
In the spirit of the Tantalising Turntables, Top Gear Threads and more, I thought we needed a thread full of stunning home cinemas for inspiration. Feel free to add any more you come across in your travels!
I'll start with a local one from Australia's The Digital Picture. I love the dual purpose and lounge style feel of this room.
With the advent of the lossless formats, plus the new hi def discs, I thought I may be worthwhile to put a list of movies together that are hi def to try and send the subwoofers into free orbit...
** I am not responsible if you bust your subs :) **
Please contribute movies that shook your innards, but also try to include the Time Stamps, or at least the scene that had the booms :)
Occasionally, we have some items available that aren’t quite 100%, a bit scratch and dent, so we’d like to offer the StereoNet community the first opportunity to grab a bargain!
Selby currently have a supply of factory seconds record storage at crazy prices. Flat packed and almost guaranteed not to be perfect, they’re available in black or white at a fraction of the original RRP. As with other specials these are pick-up only from our Hallam store.
This unit will hold around 100 albums and is just $50 (RRP $199). Records not included!
Please don’t hesitate to contact me directly if you’re interested: firstname.lastname@example.org
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