DSP's

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  1. John Doroshenk

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    Do you use the DSP's on your reciever or do you go with the straight decoder?
     
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    All depends on the source. I have a video game called "Ico" for PS2 very good game and worth checking out but it's in stereo and I love to play that in 7-d theater on my 49tx it's like your in the castle if any one has that game try it with a dsp on you'll love it.

    Daniel Smith
     
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    I also like to use THX ultra2 or THX-ex on 5.1 movies and sometimes use THX musicmode on 5.1 audio.
     
  4. John Garcia

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    Straight, NO DSPs.
     
  5. Holadem

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    I always use THX for movies. In my old Onkyo, I used the Cinema Re-Eq feature. I use DPL II for TV.

    That's all. I don't think these are considered DSP's.

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    I use "Game" mode for X-Box titles and occasionally I use "Adventure" for some movies.
     
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    I use Prologic II for 2-channel TV viewing, and plain old stereo for critial music listending. But if I just want something playing in the background as I'm doing stuff around the house I might use PL2 or 7-channel stereo for background music. For DVD's, I use standard DD/DTS, though my pre/pro will automatically extract a back channel (and does a pretty good job of it).
     

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