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Audio Calibration Part II
Tenth and last in the series- Audio Calibration Part 2 of 2   Read more.
Physical and Electronic Audio Calibration part 1 – Basic Evaluation
Ninth in the series- Physical and Electronic Audio Calibration part 1 – Basic Evaluation   Read more.
Acoustic Design Considerations part 3 of 3
Eighth in the series- Acoustic Design Considerations part 3 of 3 Read more.
Acoustic Design Considerations part 2 of 3
Seventh in the series- Acoustic Design Considerations part 2 of 3 Read more.
Acoustic Design Considerations part 1 of 3
Sixth in the series- Acoustic Design Considerations part 1 of 3 Read more.
Specifications- Meaningful and Meaningless
Fifth in the series- Specifications- Meaningful and Meaningless     Read more.
Small Room Acoustics
Fourth in the series- Small Room Acoustics Read more.
Psychoacoustics
Third in the series- Psychoacoustics’ role in home theater Read more.
Sound, Vibration and Perception
2nd in the series for the “Ultimate” home theater articles.       Read more.
Acoustics Introduction to the “Ultimate” Home Theater Experience
First in the series of articles about acoustic applications for the “Ultimate” home theater.     Read more.
Top 15 Home Theater Design Mistakes
I know, 15 sounds like a lot, but in my experience, 80 percent of the home theatres out there incorporate most of Read more.
Acoustics and Well-Being
In this last series of articles about acoustics, we have covered “Prioritizing Audio for Optimized Performance,” where we learned about Read more.
Acoustic vs. Emotion
Acoustics is much more important to home theatre than most people realize. It makes or breaks the experience. It is the difference between Read more.
Understanding Noise and Vibration
There are a variety of “room isolation” opinions offered regarding critical listening environments like home theatres, media rooms, and two-channel rooms. Between on-line forums, Read more.
Prioritizing Audio for Optimized Performance
We’ve all heard the expression, “A chain is only as good as its weakest link.” The problem is, most audio chains Read more.
Tips & Tweeks of Proper Loudspeaker Placement
For years the debate among audio enthusiasts was usually what sounded better — analog or digital. But recently, the argument over Read more.
The Golden Ear’s Guide to Audio System Setup and Evaluation
Every room sounds unique. It is as individual as the human voice, a fingerprint, or a signature. Evaluating the acoustics of Read more.
Real World Sound Experiences
While working at the Owens Corning Science & Technology Center, I observed the emotional impact and amazing physical responses people Read more.
How Important Are Doors In Home Cinema Design?
Your client has requested that their new home theater not disturb the rest of their household during viewing. The walls Read more.
It’s All In The Acoustic Details – Part V: Audio Calibration
If you have been following this series, you are already familiar with how important acoustic control is to the performance experience.   Read more.
It’s All In The Acoustic Details – Part IV: Audio Imaging
We are continuing with information on how to achieve good audio performance.     Read more.
It’s All In The Acoustic Details – Part III: Bass Resonance
In the last two segments we discussed noise control, and a little regarding how we hear, and how critical system set-up is Read more.
It’s All In The Acoustic Details – Part II
It really is all the small details in the acoustics, which make for a believable, powerful experience over and above the equipment.   Read more.
It’s All In The Acoustic Details – Part I
Trying To Race On Bald Tires – You’ve been saving up for years and now you’re picking up your dream car from a Read more.
Sound Quality For Home Theatres
What makes for good sound versus bad? What are some of the misconceptions, pitfalls, and tricks surrounding sound quality? We’ll cover a Read more.
Noise Control For Home Theatres
During investigative discussions about building a home cinema, you may have heard that noise control is something not to be overlooked, especially Read more.
A/V RoomService metu Review
People often say that the loudspeaker is the weakest link in a home theatre’s audio system—regardless of how good the electrical components Read more.
The Great Home Theatre Swindle
Passionate audio visual professionals are becoming scarce and potential buyers are missing out on the magic available from their movie Read more.
A/V RoomService “Acoustic Room System” (precursor to FRP)
I’ve often been surprised by how relatively little attention the high-end audio community and home-theater enthusiasts pay to room acoustics. Read more.