Yeah, your cinema is older than most that we see, and a great labour of love.
I didn't (well, not until a month late anyway). But then neither did you!
DoneIt would be really good to meet you if you can make it.
Thank you for coming over
Likewise.It was a real pleasure meeting you and being able to share our respective av experiences from which I learned a lot.
You betcha, and your better half too.I look forward to the time when you have finally finished your cinema room and hope I get an invite to see and hear it for myself.
Well yeah, but I won't make them so well, so maybe you'll have to come when Gordon's here, so he's not disappointedMy wife enjoyed meeting you too and is glad you enjoyed the bacon and egg sandwich. Gordon likes them too so you now know what to offer him the next time he comes to you!
I wouldFirst off, may I pass on a huge thank you to Tony for the opportunity to experience his excellent home cinema build and not only that but allowing me to bring along my UMIK-1 and REW in order to analyse it and hopefully learn something from it, I doubt many forum members would feel happy with anyone doing that.
After we had finished reconfiguring the room, the measurements and Dirac calibration, we were now ready to see and hear the results of Jon’s handiwork. Visually the first thing that struck me was how much more involving and immersive the image was.
As good as the improvement to the image was, the most profound improvement was in the sound.