OH, I have such a headache
- Dec 5, 2004
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|System Name||Ryzen TUF.|
|Processor||AMD Ryzen7 3700X|
|Motherboard||Asus TUF X570 Gaming Plus|
|Memory||Gskill RipJaws 3466MHz|
|Video Card(s)||Asus TUF 1650 Super Clocked.|
|Storage||CB 1T M.2 Drive.|
|Display(s)||73" Soney 4K.|
|Case||Antech LanAir Pro.|
|Audio Device(s)||Denon AVR-S750H|
|Power Supply||Corsair TX750|
|Software||Windows 10 64 bit Home OEM|
This is exactly how I have it setup.Cool. Keep tweaking when you get new ideas. About the channel A/B; if you want to go quadraphonic with that you can; just position speakers correctly, so front left aligning with channel B's front right and vice versa. That way any positional and panning audio will be correct in the stereo image.
To tell you the truth as an old audiophile I just loved quadraphonic sound back in the day it was AMAZING! and since I know that my living room doesn't support full on Dolby surround sound ( because of the way its laid out) I went ahead and setup 7 channel stereo on purpose, Giving me the "Simulated" quadraphonic sound. I say simulated because it technically no longer exists.
Does anyone remember the ledzeplin 8 track tape and the alpine 8 track quadraphonic deck? I paired that with a Lafayette tube amp and JBL speakers. Yeah I'm NOT an Audiophile.
I agree there. But remember one also has a room to work within.Being an audiophile doesn't mean you need to spend a ton of money on your setup. However, part of being an audiophile is learning and knowing how to get the best sound out of your system... whatever parts you may have. All we are saying is all 4 speakers across the front like that isnt remotely optimal for proper sound and sound staging.
The main part of being an audiophile is tuning in the room and system. I have it setup perfectly for 7 channel stereo sound. Tuning the speakers is done now tuning the system. Trimming the base and treble things like that.
Just a side note for everyone. The TV is NOT mounted "OFF" I have it on a swing arm it is just pushed over to the side because I sit ( THIS FING SECTIONAL COUCH!) literally to the left of the entire thing!
So in order for me to "see" it better I just pushed it more to the front of my face. and it still isn't "IN front of me"
So here is what it all looks like now.