Tv Question.

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  1. Wooferhead1

    Wooferhead1 Well-Known Member

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    A little Gilligans Island and you'll be fine...
     
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    An Alesis 3630 would do the trick .. and do it very well .. $30 bucks used all day long !!
     
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    crossroadsnyc Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Are you referring to the claim by Dean Graham, who ran an alternative charity, was taken to court over his claims, lost the case, and was forced by court order to retract his statements?

    "The content, I Dean M. Graham, authored and published on behalf of myself, and Help Indiana Vets, Inc. regarding Wounded Warriors Project, Inc. and it's programs, services, financial information, supporters, donors, business relationships, and business conduct, is not substantiated by any factual information, and is false, misleading, and defamatory. I retract all such statements, including my statement that Wounded Warriors Project, Inc., is a fraudulent organization. The truth is that Wounded Warriors Project, Inc. does provide service to warriors, it does not receive government funds, and it does not pay its board members. I apologize to Wounded Warriors Project Inc., and acknowledge my publication of false, misleading, and defamatory content regarding Wounded Warriors Project Inc., was a disrespectful and inappropriate action on my behalf. Furthermore, I apologize for the loss of donations I have caused and continue to cause Wounded Warriors Project Inc. because of my publication of such false, misleading, and defamatory statements."

    https://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/media/1899/wwp-indvets-2.pdf
     
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    Actually i never really followed it much after the initial claim so if this is the case i stand corrected.
     
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    crossroadsnyc Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    You know what? You're a stand up dude. Not only are you passionate, you're honest, and I respect the hell out of that. I would like your post a thousand times if I could. I wish more people were like you. We don't always see eye to eye on things, but I've always respected you.
     
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    Perhaps your cable box or what have you might have a voice setting. Something with voice enhance or clarity mode or such. I believe or cable box, tv and Blu ray all have this. Its a compressor. Our old Panasonic had a variable compression mode for audio.
     
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    Audio out of the TV RCA, then into a compressor limiter.
    Out of limiter into your hi fi amp and speakers.

    Multi band compression limiter will sound natural, a normal compressor will drop the volume sharply it's what you don't want.
    Something like Opti-Mod would work pretty good.
    These type multi band compressor limiters are used by music radio stations. It brings the level of softer passages up, and limits the level of loud passages.
    Result is that everything always comes out at one steady level.
    Also very handy for FM broadcast and PA systems.
     
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    Vinsanitizer Well-Known Member VIP Member

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    rick - regarding the title of your thread, what does "Tv" mean? Seems I've heard that acronym before somewheres.
     
  10. ricksconnected

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    read the post and you will get the idea. :cheers:
     
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    "Multiband compression divides the frequency spectrum into different sections, or bands, so that each has its own unique compression settings. This allows a longer attack time for the low band of that bass drum to punch through, while keeping a shorter attack time in a higher band to keep the guitar in check. By using a multiband compressor, it is possible to closely tailor the compression to the different elements in a mix and compress the recording more transparently than with a standard single-band compressor.

    Most multiband compressors feature either 3 or 4 different bands. Since the crossover frequencies define the range of frequencies contained in each band, getting them right can have a big impact on the effectiveness of the compression. Many multiband compressors have a solo function to focus on one band at a time — this can be very helpful when setting the crossover frequencies by revealing exactly what each band contains. Additionally, soloing individual bands can be helpful when setting attack and release times to make sure the transients in each band are shaped as desired."

    https://www.izotope.com/en/blog/mastering/multiband-compression-basics-izotope-mastering-tips.html

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    is there an after market device or a surrond sound system that will allow for tweaking this volume
    jump that anybody knows about?
     
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    Behringer SPL3220 is $99

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    A three hour tour.
     
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    Don't watch tv, it will turn your brain into a marshmallow.

    Highly accurate information....
     
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  16. Neil Skene

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    I thought this was going to be about the Marshall Tall Vintage.
     
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    How tall is it?
     
  18. Neil Skene

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    I don't know, but I'm certain it would have been talked about.
     
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    Are you talking about the 1960TV Tall Vintage?

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  20. Neil Skene

    Neil Skene Well-Known Member

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    YES:)
     
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