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    huh? Optical is digital... If you mean it has to...

    huh? Optical is digital... If you mean it has to convert from electrical (electrons) to optical (photons), then yes there is a conversion. However, depending on your situation, it may well be better...
  2. You need to get a HDMI switch unit like these: ...

    You need to get a HDMI switch unit like these:

    2 HDMI in, 2 HDMI out (mirrored output)
    http://www.gefen.com/kvm/product.jsp?prod_id=2757
    4 HDMI in, 2 HDMI out (mirrored output)...
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    Not only HDMI, but HDMI v1.3 or above. The...

    Not only HDMI, but HDMI v1.3 or above. The previous versions of HDMI do not support DTS-HD or TrueHD over the HDMI link.
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    If he sets it to 200Hz that may be higher than...

    If he sets it to 200Hz that may be higher than his sub should handle. Usually if you want to do the crossover control on the sub, the sub will have a high gain input (i.e. it will have a connection...
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    For me I like more of a challenge... Give me more...

    For me I like more of a challenge... Give me more difficulty level 9 guitar songs... I have been starving for stuff for the last few weeks. I think everything this week is level 1-4 for guitar, which...
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    I have a MX-800. Best physical button remove I...

    I have a MX-800. Best physical button remove I have used. It simply "works", and is very fast, unlike the 3 Harmonys I have tried (the Harmonys have such a long delay from when you push the button...
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    While that is an amazing sub for an in-wall unit,...

    While that is an amazing sub for an in-wall unit, my only comment is that it does not go very deep frequency wise (I mean, it is only a 10" sub, so you can't expect it to hit that low).

    If you are...
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    If the 1.2TL's start rolling off at 27Hz as...

    If the 1.2TL's start rolling off at 27Hz as posted above, you should really look at using 60Hz as your crossover. You really want your sub(s) dealing with the majority of the signal before you...
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    Are you sure they need to be in ceiling? The 7.1...

    Are you sure they need to be in ceiling? The 7.1 specs from both PLII-EX and Logic 7 both call for speakers in the sides, not the ceiling... If you are limited to a ceiling mount because of...
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    :) That is good to hear. I was basically just...

    :) That is good to hear. I was basically just going to say wire one side to a 9V battery and then use a digital volt meter from the Rat Shack to determine the +/- sides... Only costs about $10
  11. Thread: Hdcp??

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    hmmm... that is interesting. If you have issues...

    hmmm... that is interesting. If you have issues with the cable company/Scientific Atlantic, I would contact Digital Content Protection, LLC., www.digital-cp.com, which license the HDCP technology....
  12. Thread: Hdcp??

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    Sorry, yes, I meant the DVR replacement, since...

    Sorry, yes, I meant the DVR replacement, since that is in your case being used as the HD tuner. I don't think there are any DVR/tuner/combos that the cable/satilite companies use which does not have...
  13. Thread: Hdcp??

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    Basically PolkThug is correct. The signal is...

    Basically PolkThug is correct. The signal is encrypted in the HDCP protection scheme. It requires a proper handshack with other HDCP complient devices to setup the shared decryption key.

    I believe...
  14. It is true that it does take a lot to get noise...

    It is true that it does take a lot to get noise in your speaker cables from power wires. The main issue has to do with the low voltage/high voltage differences between the wires which does not easily...
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    Not only that, but many lesser quality amps will...

    Not only that, but many lesser quality amps will get overloaded from the draw. Some have the 4ohm setting for a reason, such as not having a full power pathway that can handle the high current load...
  16. You will not be able to run the Bose setup...

    You will not be able to run the Bose setup correctly with the reciever. Your issue here is that the sub on the Bose system isn't really a sub, but a "bass module". It covers and reproduces a...
  17. I remember seeing a big spool of standard 10-12GA...

    I remember seeing a big spool of standard 10-12GA copper cable (high count multi-stranded). At least that was what I remember in the design lab and the car audio lab. As for what was on the surround...
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    Well, I don't know what kind of "sub adjustments"...

    Well, I don't know what kind of "sub adjustments" you think will be available. Asside from setting crossover points on individual speakers/pairs, most recievers will not be able to offer much more...
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    If you use cable or satilite connection, then you...

    If you use cable or satilite connection, then you don't need a HD reciever, since your STB (set top box) is the reciever/tuner. However, if you want to simply get OTA (over the air) HD channels, then...
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    Well, my speakers will take 8Ga wire onto their...

    Well, my speakers will take 8Ga wire onto their 5-way binding posts (thru the hole in the post for wire), and they would take up to 4Ga if it was just wrapped around the post with the top screw (not...
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    10Ga solid core is about .1 thick, so speaker...

    10Ga solid core is about .1 thick, so speaker wire made of it with two strands (min for +/-) will be pretty hard wire to route. Hopefully you have nice easy access from your amp to your speakers :)
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    Yes, you will only have stereo except for DVD's....

    Yes, you will only have stereo except for DVD's. Its a real pain and disappointment for many people. There are only a few computer sound cards available which will allow you to listen to video games...
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    Actually "Recievers and whatnot" are designed to...

    Actually "Recievers and whatnot" are designed to be used with a power transformer that converts your AC power to DC power which is then used to do all the SQ and PQ. Now, if your AC->DC transformer...
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    All I can say is wow. I mean I am sure signal...

    All I can say is wow. I mean I am sure signal cable is decent stuff, but if you don't mind putting some time and a little effort, you can make your own for less, its all about how much you value your...
  25. Yeah, Camden is one of those areas... When there...

    Yeah, Camden is one of those areas... When there is a major event (concert, or something) where there will be lots of people who are not normally in Camden, the cops litterally block off roads and...
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