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Why Automated Room Correction Software Is Reporting Your Speakers Are Out of Phase

When your automated room correction software tells you that you have a speaker out of phase, here's what that probably means.

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HDMI Audio Delay: What It Is and How To Get Rid Of It

There are few things more exciting than finally buying that big screen television you've been wanting. Or, maybe you had the television but you just bought a spanking new AV receiver and you’re all set to immerse yourself in that movie you’ve been saving for just this occasion. You sit back and get ready to be amazed but your movie looks (and sounds) like a badly dubbed foreign film... 

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Using Diffusion To Create Space In Your Listening Room

Diffusion is an extremely important and often overlooked component to room acoustics, and you’ll be amazed at how much life you can inject into your listening space with the proper installation of specially designed diffusion panels, the strategic use of what you already have in your room, or a smart combination of the two.

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Treating Your Room: Absorption

Here's a quick guide to the do's and don'ts of treating your acoustic space with absorption. There's a not-so-fine line between too much absorption and the exact right amount. 

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Absorption Vs. Diffusion - A Glossary of Terms

In the next few weeks we’re going to explore the roles absorption and diffusion play when preparing a theater or listening room, and we’ll discuss what to do and what not to do. But before we get started, here’s a look at some important terms and definitions.

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Speaker Placement: 10 Things To Consider Beyond Spousal Approval

In a perfect world, my listening room would consist of a 2-channel monoblock system driving a pair of Blades, a $9000 turntable, an endless library of 192kHz/24-bit FLAC files, a chair with a cupholder, and proper acoustic treatments all around. I would lock the door from the inside and emerge only for more beef jerky and occasional visits with my family.

 

I don't live in a perfect world.

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