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    Improving "ambience" !

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    Proved to himself (heard it) that an attenuated, bandpassed signal devoid of common or identical sounds (replicated from both) speakers. Left minus right, thereby adding to the rear fill only what was being heard that was reproduced uncommonly.
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    Re: Improving "ambience" !

    You need a job writing Chinese operating manuals

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    Re: Improving "ambience" !

    I love kung pao dolphin bites, and thanks!

    I can tell you from my ecperience, that a center channel speaker playing full range loudly in the back, didn`t make my "Avalanche" sound any better.
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    Re: Improving "ambience" !

    How do you suggest we add background noise to a musical recording to give the impression that it was recorded live?

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    Re: Improving "ambience" !

    Sting Live in Berlin is excellently recorded!

    Can`t help you there , sorry.

    Just do without , same as it ever was

    Actually, give me a couple and I`ll see what I can come up with.
    Right now I`m listening to The Archies on a 45 played @ 33 1/3 singing Sugar. Sounds like Chewbacca on quaaludes.
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    Re: Improving "ambience" !

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    Re: Improving "ambience" !

    L-R rearfill is beneficial in a case by case basis. If you have a large sedan or suv it can really help give you a sense of space. If you can tell it's playing behind you it's too effing loud! You need a ton of delay to pull this off too. It's one of those things that can also royally screw things up for you if not done correctly. In my Grand Cherokee it worked great. Haven't tried it in my single cab Ram but after discussing it with someone I would consider very knowledgeable on this topic we decided it wasn't worth the time or money. Most if not all of the people who think running rears is bad just haven't heard them used correctly whether it be somewhat fullrange or L-R. Again, this is a case by case basis.
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