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PCM vs Passthrough

PCM vs Passthrough When we were discussing the PCM vs Bitstream settings in the LG TV, the Passthrough topic came up when we arrived at more complex architecture landscapes such as the ones we have in the home theaters arrangements. Audio PCM vs Passthrough is an important discussion only if you want to use your …

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PCM vs Bitstream LG TV

PCM vs Bitstream For LG TV In our guide about the PCM vs Bitstream discussion, we recommended that we should simply select “Auto” when working in a landscape with LG TV devices. That argument in the guide might have sounded too simplistic because a home theater landscape can become quite complex and there are many …

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PCM vs Bitstream Atmos

Bitstream vs PCM For Dolby Atmos The success of Dolby Atmos forces us to deviate from my orthodox position in the PCM vs Bitstream discussion. One factor is that PCM cannot actually handle Atmos. The other factor is that almost all current consumer audio home systems, have a function “Auto”, so they will select automatically …

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PCM vs Bitstream For Soundbar

PCM vs Bitstream For Soundbar The PCM vs Bitstream decision for a soundbar differs from the standard PCM vs Bitstream discussion, as the introduction of a soundbar in our technical landscape obliges us to make decisions in relation to the enablement of Dolby Atmos and the channels of the soundbar (2.1 vs 3.1 and over, …

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PCM vs Bitstream For Samsung TV

PCM vs Bitstream For Samsung TV In our main guide about the discussion PCM vs bitstream, we have determined that this selection only really matters in some architectures, one of them being the Samsung TV. Therefore, I describe here specific settings for the definition PCM vs bitstream for Samsung TV devices. They have just two …

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McIntosh MA9000 Review

McIntosh MA9000 Review McIntosh MA9000 is the latest amplifier from McIntosh Laboratory and is the successor of the MA8900 (1). This device offers up to 300 W of power (5) per channel (6) and is the largest and most powerful integrated McIntosh amplifier (3) (11), containing in one housing a high-class power amplifier (4), preamplifier …

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Denon AVC-X6700H Review

Denon AVC-X6700H 11.2-Channels AV-Receiver With HDMI 2.1 And DTS:X PRO Denon AVC-X6700H is the AV amplifier delivers 11.2 channel sound with up to 205 watts per channel, HDMI 2.1 including 8K processing, 8K upscaling, and the new DTS: X Pro Finally, there is comprehensive information about the new AV amplifier AVC-X6700H from Denon (1). As …

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