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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Conroy Tesa, Mar 28, 2002.
Where do I get test tones so I could set up this decoder?
VE, Avia, other?
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.
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
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,
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.
The new S&V test DVD includes a DTS calibration section. I think it's about $15 most places.
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.