Are those RAW acoustics HT1's?
I'm asuming those are the pics you're having trouble with? Maybe try setting the white balance to incandescent or do it manually with some white paper so that you don't get such a warm / orangy yellow look to the images.
Good eye - those are indeed RAW HT1's.
You also assumed correctly. Although, I have always struggled with low lighting pictures with digital camera's. I'm no photographer by any stretch so I doubt I will ever graduate to the level of the big dog equipment you and John run - but still - I'd like to learn more. Some of those shots should have turned out beautiful. Oh well.
I will try white balance once I figure out how to do it on this particular camera. Thanks!
That doll's freakin' me out man.
"No, that's silly talk. Dude, you can't possibly be this audio dumb so quit the act." - Doro
How do you like the HT1's? I had a chance to listen to them (and their big brothers) at the northwest audio meet and found them quite nice. I really like the wr125s they use in them.
I enjoy the HT-1's. There are a lot of caveats with this speaker and its design - but it is fabulous for certain types of music. I will be posting a review in the next week or two on the circles.. I will try to keep it short and sweet without any mumbo jumbo.
What electronics did you hear the HT-1's on? I noticed that these are some of the most in-efficient monitors I have ever come across. Rated at 85db but act more like 80 or 81.
How is this?
Sean, get more lighting on the subject.
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I'm not saying she's a slut, but if her vagina had a password...it would be password.
I can't quite remember the pre or cdp they were running on... some fancy SACD/pre built in one job; it was all black and purdy though :p Everything we tested that day was on the same gear with this freaking massive Theta Dreadnaught amp. (in black of course)
I think it was an older model of this one. Possibly not the second generation one. It horks out something like 225w into 8Ω, 450w into 4Ω. It powered everything we threw at it with ease and control, but I suppose that's what you get for an amp that retails for $8000...
Man, I want a camera to be able to pick up what the human eye see's - at least to the degree of proper shades and texture. Unfortunately I am way too broke to afford a good analog SLR and too stupid to use one! Thanks for the touch-up's.
Sexy-amp. Yeah - I definately am not running equipment on that scale. Although, I may take a trip down to a place on Thursday and listen to them on some Classe OMEGA or if I am lucky, some Musical Fidelity KW stuff.
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