Monthly Archives: February 2014

Some thoughts on television technology

Ever since the recording and transmission of sound and video occurred the television industry, which since 1936 had not changed, the Canadian broadcast system (CRTC) opted to adopt a full digital transmission system (Aug. 31 2011). This world wide adoption … Continue reading

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Why you can’t just “equalize” your room.

Most of todays digital receiver manufacturers would like you to believe that their on-board, proprietary  equalization systems will make your home theatre sound like the best commercial theatre experience. While it can certainly help, there is no way you can correct … Continue reading

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New 3D Theatre!

Just in time for the Winter Olympics this 120″ Dolby Digital 9.1 surround theatre is ready to rock. All the wires and electronics are in another room. Primacoustic black sound absorbing ceiling tiles keep the sound in the room and reduce … Continue reading

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Smart Remote Controls!

Universal Remote Controls have been around now for over 30 years. A lot of the audio video receivers and new cable boxes come with a “Dumb” universal control. These remote controls, by punching a function button, can operate the basic functions … Continue reading

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Tune Up For Sochi!

The biggest televised event of the year is coming up fast and Wired 1 Consulting wants to make sure you see and hear every breathtaking moment. From now until the 20th of February save 15% on our custom calibration packages! … Continue reading

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