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Old 10th January 2006, 05:59 PM   #1
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Alright, so in my ventures of creating surround sound, I have come across systems from Niro that uses a single channel to reproduce THX quality surround sound. Alight, so how exactly does this work? I canít get any information from Bose, Yamaha, or Niro, but a little on the principle... so I am after a more detailed description if anyone could help with this.

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Old 15th January 2006, 04:15 AM   #2
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Old 17th January 2006, 05:24 PM   #4
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I heard the one that Yamaha makes at Fry's. I can't find a link for it right now tho

It really was able to create a surround sound effect, but it had NO bass at all, and I would never pay the price that they want for it. It didn't have THX anything and it isn't good enough for HT. It was really strange how it could reflect the sound tho. It's the first one speaker surround sound I've heard that acually did what it claimed to do.

The only aplication I could see it being used for it for a small room, smaller TV surround sound where space and simple is a issue.

It would be cool to know how to make it because it looks like it's nothing but a bunch of tweeters. If it could have a smaller woofer to get a little bass, it would be a lot better. I wouldn't mind having something like that for just watching TV, but the price for a premade ones is so freaken high, it's not really a option.
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