Archive for July, 2012

Home Theatre Best HDMI Cable

Home Theatre Best HDMI Cable

A Review by: Alphonso Soosay HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface. To transfer the digital video signal from a source to a TV, the source must convert the signal from digital to analogue, these results in some information loss. …

Home Theatre / Plasma / LCD & LED TV’s

Home Theatre / Plasma / LCD & LED TV’s

A Review by: Alphonso Soosay Flat HDTV screens these days are very impressive and affordable to have but please do not neglect the Surround Sound it requires at any level. As large  LCD, LED and Plasma HDTV flat-screen TV’s come down…

Home Theatre High Definition

Home Theatre High Definition

A Review by: Alphonso Soosay HD 1080i and 1080p are both High Definition display formats for HDTVs. 1080i and 1080p signals actually contain the same information. Both 1080i and 1080p represent a 1920×1080 pixel resolution (1,920 pixels across the screen…

Home Audio Mixing & Mastering difference

Home Audio Mixing & Mastering difference

A Review by: Alphonso Soosay Mixing and Mastering is the building block of the Audio Recording Process which can confuse many young people who are in the music industry. If you are recording an album and you are planning to…

Recording Rhythm Guitar

Recording Rhythm Guitar

A Review by: Alphonso Soosay Listen to the acoustic guitar that you are about to record. You will find that the most low-end build-up is near the sound hole and the bridge. The higher-end frequency buildup will be somewhere around…

Recording Wind and Brass Musical Instruments

Recording Wind and Brass Musical Instruments

A Review by: Alphonso Soosay Audio recording can be challenging as Wind Musical Instrumentscan be tricky to record because of the very nature of how the various instruments produce its sound. If you have not recorded Wind Musical Instruments before,…

Home Recording Studio’s “Software”

Home Recording Studio’s “Software”

A Review by Alphonso Soosay Assessing today’s audio recording technology side by side and comparing the recoding studios of the 60’s and 70’s, today’s recording studios are so out of the ordinary because “Software Recording Studio’s” has finally taken over…

DVD Recording Modes and DVD Disc Writing

DVD Recording Modes and DVD Disc Writing

In DVD recording, a standard, single layer, 4.7 GB disc holds up to 2 hours of video at DVD quality. All commercial movie DVDs hold about 5GB per layer – which each layer holding about 133 min. If you buy…

Home Surround Sound

Home Surround Sound

A Review by:  Alphonso Soosay Preamble From the time since Stereophonic sound became trendy in the mid 50’s, the challenge has been on to establish the ultimate “Home Listening Experience”. The conclusion of Dolby Surround mixing was a more balanced…

“Home Theatre” Audio Calibration

“Home Theatre” Audio Calibration

A Review by: Alphonso Soosay If you examine your 5.1 or 7.1 AV receiver that you purchased you will notice on the remote control that there is a button called “Menu”. Press the menu and look for “Set-up” in the…

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