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Hilton:
Anyone tried out Jim Smith's Get Better Sound tips?  Very interesting and simple approach to voicing your room.

Check out at:http://getbettersound.com/index.php

if you have...how do it work out?

WD:
AudioEngineer recommended it back in 2008.

http://www.avforums.co.za/index.php/topic,2199.msg29192.html#msg29192

Audiomuze and a few others have also referred to it a couple of times:

http://www.avforums.co.za/index.php/topic,22476.msg288646.html#msg288646


http://www.avforums.co.za/index.php?action=search2

Rotten Johnny:

--- Quote from: Hilton on December 13, 2013, 11:00:40 AM ---Anyone tried out Jim Smith's Get Better Sound tips?  Very interesting and simple approach to voicing your room.

Check out at:http://getbettersound.com/index.php

if you have...how do it work out?

--- End quote ---
The initial setup is easy (if you've the right tools [tripod mounted laser line, tape measure with a hole punched through at the end and a block of wood with a nail in it on which to anchor the tape when measuring]) and yields great results.  I've not yet had time to move things around in the grid, so I've no doubt there's "more to be had".  Colonel66 has gone further than anyone I know of applying Jim's methods.  Book is far better than the video.

colonel66:
There is no better investment you can make in getting better sound + some personal time

Buy the book - the DVD is not that great

 

Hilton:
Thanks...yes I have the book and have been working through it set by step to get familiar with the concepts.
very slow and progressive.
I would be interested to know if anyone had ever brought him out to Voice a Room here in SA.  Love to listen to the system/room.

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