How do you arrange your room when you listen to music i see no center chair in which to sit in for the sweet spot for music.
Ah, but that’s the magic of a well treated room, one does not have a miniscule sweet spot.How do you arrange your room when you listen to music i see no center chair in which to sit in for the sweet spot for music.
Jonathan,Ah, but that’s the magic of a well treated room, one does not have a miniscule sweet spot.
I use the right (as looking at the rear view of the room) Ekorness on the dais to do all my listening from. It’s slightly off center, but I also set up the Audyssey room correction to have that as the prime position. So sound there is excellent.
Pssssst... it's a Pink Floyd track, Bernard!TomDac was right - we need to keep this young lad away from the port.
You guessed it - I don't listen to rock at all.Pssssst... it's a Pink Floyd track, Bernard!
A sober Friday night could mean only one thing - you are dialing in your TT. Either that, or you just read the passage from Shakespeare that begins, "If drink be the equivocator of love", and have other designs.Port? Could do with a glass actually, but it's a sober Friday night for me
Without: Harsh, lumpy bass, fuzzy timing, generally sucky sound....
Also, I am still trying to get a concrete understanding of what the Audyssey does. What does your room sound like without the Audyssey? What does it sound like with the Audyssey?
Thanks Dave, and I get that question a lot. This theater is 20 years old, and that is an Acoustically Transparent (AT) Stewart StudioTek 130 screen (good stuff, and expensive) that was originally used with my Sony G70 CRT Projector for many moons (seen in prior shots), and back then, there was still some 4:3 content.looks good Jonathan ! as for the 'no more tweaking', what's the aspect ratio of your screen, looks to be 4:3 ? I'm not a Movie buff but isn't that old school television ?