I get that a lotjonfo can u tell why ur still using an 4:3 aspect ratio screen why not 16:9? thanks
It's funny.... When I ran ML's I had an all-absorption front and diffusive rear. Now, with the EP's, I've gone full Linkwitz with absorption in the rear and a wall full of diffusors up front - four large tube traps with the diffusive radius pointing into the room, two QRD's and a fairly large poly (home-built) in the center. This last really solidifies the phantom center.Hi Ken, those are from RPG. Got them way back in 2001.
The vertical slat units behind the Sequels are Real Traps Abfussors.
Yeah, flash photography can be 'revealing'Jonathan, time to have the maid dust your SL3XC. ;-)
HAHA - Likewise my listening room.I am in the same boat. Only I clean my listening room and I doubt I cold pass the white glove test either at the moment.
Thanks Brad, but the funny thing is that I recently added a Harmony Elite Hub universal remote, which can pretty much manage everything directly. But I still keep all the individual remotes close-by as sometimes the real McCoy is easier to use.As always Jonathan, it is impressive.
In the last pic, with all remotes on the left arm it has the looks of Captain Kirk's seat controlling the ship.
Thanks Dave.Davey likes, well done Jonathan !! ....... :rocker: