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Old 13th April 2010, 01:45 PM   #1
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Default Need Quiet Fan: For ToshibaTDP-S20 Projector

I want to replace "noisy" fan in my Toshiba Projector TDP-S20 Projector,
with quiet fan, for Home Theater quality!
Advise/Suggestions.
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NYC
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Old 14th April 2010, 05:30 PM   #2
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The recommendations on this site are for PC's but you might find something good here. Also see their fans forum. Very good site that helped me build a noiseless PC for my home recording studio. Hope that helps.
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Old 15th April 2010, 03:37 AM   #3
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mtl777,
Thanks for the forwarded site.
If you're looking for quiet fans, this is the place.
Very cool components and computer sourced Home Theater.
Where in the US are you? What kind of music do you record?
What are the components that make up your studio?
I'm looking to build a computer based 7.1 audio/video system.
I found some interesting software programs, especially for recording!
NYC
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Old 15th April 2010, 06:32 PM   #4
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mtl777,
Thanks for the forwarded site.
If you're looking for quiet fans, this is the place.
Very cool components and computer sourced Home Theater.
Where in the US are you? What kind of music do you record?
What are the components that make up your studio?
I'm looking to build a computer based 7.1 audio/video system.
I found some interesting software programs, especially for recording!
NYC
Hi NYC, I'm in Los Angeles. I record mostly pop rock. I have a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) based on an AMD quad core PC running Sonar and some plugins and VST instruments. My soundcard is a Delta 1010 that is linked via SPDIF to a Mytek Stereo96 ADC and a TubeDAC-09 DAC. I have many microphones, mic preamps, guitar effects, reverb and other outboard gear. I also use a synth/keyboard connected via MIDI, some electric and acoustic guitars and amps. My room is sound proofed and acoustically treated. All of these took me years to accumulate, build, tweak, and I'm still not finished!

Good luck on your 7.1 A/V system and hope it turns out great!
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Old 16th April 2010, 03:16 AM   #5
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777,
Your Studio sounds intense!
I will have to research all your equipment to get the full effect.
Here is a site that is quite unusual that I have found.
Stephan's software sounds really interesting, along with the entire concept.
You can find it at Ambiophonics.org
Filmsound.org is another, since you are near Hollywood.
Let me know what you think.
I'll be in touch,
NYC
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Old 16th April 2010, 07:01 PM   #6
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777,
Your Studio sounds intense!
I will have to research all your equipment to get the full effect.
Here is a site that is quite unusual that I have found.
Stephan's software sounds really interesting, along with the entire concept.
You can find it at Ambiophonics.org
Filmsound.org is another, since you are near Hollywood.
Let me know what you think.
I'll be in touch,
NYC
Hi NYC, thanks a lot for introducing me to ambiophonics! It's very interesting, and it's great to know that it will work with traditional stereo recordings on CD, LP, etc. to bring them to the next level of listening experience -- the surround realism of "being there". I hope this technology will become an industry standard as it looks very promising.

Stephan's software are very interesting. Nice find! I'll check them out later and see if they can integrate or work in synergy with my current listening app, Foobar 2000.

Thanks also for referring Filmsound.org! It will be a great go-to site if/when I get involved in a sound design project for movies.
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