I give you my impression of Krix's MX20 "Wall of Sound" system, as well as tell you about its limitations and what we might do about it.
Dirac Live will allow you to plug the UMIK-1 USB calibration microphone directly into the AVR, if you so wish, as opposed to the laptop or PC that Dirac Live is running on. As far as I understand, this is a first for Dirac Live! UPDATE 9 Jun 2023: Even though the manual does not... Continue Reading →
MultEQ-X Pro is a software package that's available for A/V businesses and installers, as opposed to MultEQ-X that is consumer-oriented. While MultEQ-X Pro has been around for 6 months or so, if you new who to email to request access, Audyssey is officially launching the program across the board today, 14 March 2023. The following... Continue Reading →
I finally review MultEQ-X and tell you what I like and not like about it. You can also trust me to break it while I'm at it.
I talk you through how to create your first HCFR project to start calibrating your display and explain how to find your way around the project screen.
Dynamic Image Processing generally works alongside Dynamic Light Control to improve image quality on displays. We have a look the type of dynamic image processing manufacturers employ and why.
Dynamic light control on projector can take the form of lamp or laser dimming or dynamic irises, while on flat panels, full-panel, edge or full-array local dimming. We discuss these different methods in this article.
I give you my impressions of the REL HT/1508 (Predator) dual-subwoofer setup and I compared them to my previous SVS PB2000s.
I talk about CCSS file creation and usage with HCFR. I also touch on CCSS file usage in JVC Autocal.
I talk about Sensor Selection with HCFR. While this is not a detailed article, it should serve as an introduction to newcomers.