Help setting up dts Millenium 2.4.6

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  1. Conroy Tesa

    Conroy Tesa Stunt Coordinator

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    Where do I get test tones so I could set up this decoder?

    VE, Avia, other?
     
  2. Sankar

    Sankar Second Unit

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    If I recall correctly (I had a Milly 2.4.6 a while ago that I sold when I got my Denon 3801), the Milly came with a setup cd which had a bunch of test signals. You should be able to get one from them directly.
     
  3. Jerry Klawiter

    Jerry Klawiter Screenwriter

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    Conroy,
    Page 14 of the user guide,
    Yes any pink noise from proc, or DVD.
    They do not supply a disc.
    At least they did not.
    Until yours arrives see the online user
    guide HTML
    or
    pdf format
    Regards
    Jerry[​IMG]
     
  4. Sankar

    Sankar Second Unit

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    I found the cd that came with my Milly. I had made a copy of the cd for myself at the time that I sold the Milly. The cd is called "DTS Technology : Music Demonstration and Set-Up disc". The item number is DTS-CD 97011. It has 16 tracks --
    Tracks 1 through 5 contain recorded music,
    Tracks 6 and 7 contain 1KHz and 100Hz sine waves respectively,
    Tracks 8 through 13 contain C-weighted pink noises for the 5 channels and LFE,
    Track 14 contains C-weighted pink noise through ALL channels,
    Track 15 contains a 10Hz to 20Khz sine wave sweep,
    and finally
    Track 16 contains a 20Hz to 160Hz sine wave sweep.
    If you are in the Los Angeles area and have a DVD player that can read CDRs, you are welcome to borrow mine.
     
  5. BruceD

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    The new S&V test DVD includes a DTS calibration section. I think it's about $15 most places.
     
  6. Philip Hamm

    Philip Hamm Lead Actor

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    The Millenium (a fine piece by the way - I used one for years and LOVED it. Sounds San Fran-tastic!!!) comes with a set-up disc with test tones. If you have a millenium and no disc, email the folks at www.5point1.com and tell them your dilemma, they should be able to help.
     

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