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    lets talk THX

    i just bought a rxv2500 and i am wanting to know if its better to run it in thx mode or regular dolby digital for 7.1 surround

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    Hi kentd34,
    Welcome to our AR family.

    I prefer DD or DTS in inhanced mode. This will give you all 7.1.

    Mike
    WARNING! - The Surgeon General has determined that, time spent listening to music is not deducted from one's lifespan.

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    thank you for the advice, what do you thinkof the thx mode if you dont mind me asking

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    It's OK. I would be happy with it, if was all I had. To me the DD and DTS enhanced sound better. You should try each of them and use the one that sounds best to you. Not everyone hears things the same.
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    it also depends if you are setup like THX recommends...that is, are all of your speakers set to small? do you have a sub? are all speaker cutoff (Hz) set to 80? If all of these questions are 'yes' then give them a try.
    I just purchased a AVR with THX and am trying various sound formats...I have the above setup so it's fun to try all the choices. You paid for them.

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