AV Rant #461: Phiaton BT 100 NC Headphone Review
This week we thank Lior, Allen, Toby, and Diego for their donations. Thanks guys! You are our listeners of the week. In the news, Tom’s friend has a kickstarter for his short, super hero themed movies, The Grave and Rob is thinking of clubbing with Dolby Atmos and investing in a $5 Raspberry Pi Zero. Karl shares with us Quentin Tarantino’s new movie plans (LINK), Andrew sent us a video visualizing standing waves (LINK), and John corrects Rob. James sent us a link from Rocky Mountain Audio Fest “demystifying” computer audio with junk science, Richard is looking for a new TV (LINK), and Timothy is worried about his speakers rolling off. Antoine wanted a reminder about where to buy affordable acoustic panels (GiK, Acoustimac, ATS Acoustics), Infinite Gary is worried that he isn’t getting enough bass (LINK) and wonders what the angled panels in his ceiling are doing, and Barney has some display questions as well as to the veracity of Klipsch’s Atmos claims (LINK). Jonathan discovered why his Denon was going into protection mode, Allen is an AV Rant success story, and Tony is looking for a second sub. Jacob wants to upgrade his receiver (LINK), center channel, and his sub, Joseph wants to EQ two subs, and Jason figured out his Oppo audio dropout issue. Scott has some advice for listeners about projector light output, Karl is looking for an HDTV OTA tuner for his projector (Tivo Bolt, Channel Master, Hauppauge, HD HomeRun), Toby wants our opinions on SVS speakers, and Michael figured out his remote issue and is having problems with his Denon losing settings after a power outage. Thanks for listening. Check out our Facebook Page. Click here for our YouTube channel where you can see the recordings of our show videos. Download Tom’s FREE superhero-themed ebook Bob Moore: No Hero wherever ebooks are sold (or given away in this case). Visit Tom's website for download links as well as links for the two full-length followups - Bob Moore: Desperate Times and Bob Moore: Hostile Territory. Lastly, if you live in the Tampa Bay area and are interested in a mobile climbing wall, check out Fearless Mobile Climbing and meet Tom in person!