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On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 2:00 PM, Leonardo Palomares wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 1:29 PM, Paul Davis wrote:
on second though, maybe for this special model (bunch of front "surround"
speakers) the brand has to be changed to "Mythsubishi". Any way, wife and
children are full happy with it.
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On Fri, Jan 7, 2011 at 4:16 PM, Niels Mayer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
i quote: "Certainly, listening to music or even watch high defin=
movies will feel more booming with Nokia X7-00."
ambisonics assumes a speaker in the midst of an array of speakers that
point more or less in the general direction of
the listener's head. this phone is just a gimmick.
> I would imagine such a configuration would be able to "beam form&=
the nokia phone has so little to do with any kind of "spatial so=
that i hardly know where to begin.Th=
is takes me back 10 months ago when I replaced my family 30" lcd tv+so=
rround system with a tv from Mitsubishi, they had this type of publicity to=
sale it.. 16-speaker system discrete 5.1 channels..
I remember reading that "discrete" word and i=
magining: hey, no more problem with wife about those ugly looking speakers =
all around of the living room, and got myself going deep on the economics j=
ust to get this tv.
Man, you better believe: image on 40" 1080p tv it&=
#39;s way better than my older 30" 720, and for sound, yes they got it=
right, no more ugly speakers on walls for the room, as well no more rich 5=
.1 sound, because that is sooo "discrete" too.
I miss my real sorround system.I have to get my wife agreed with me, about returning that "ugly&quo=
t; sound system to the place it belongs.Greetings=
on second though, ma=
ybe for this special model (bunch of front "surround" speakers) t=
he brand has to be changed to "Mythsubishi". Any way, wife and ch=
ildren are full happy with it.