Re: Apropos, separate comment.
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37 posts • joined 18 May 2007
I was thinking the same thing, and wondering why the high frequency drivers weren't located outside the mid/bass units. At least that would provide a little more separation in the frequencies where it matters most.
The other option would be to drop one of the tweeters, move the other to the middle, stand them on end, and use them in pairs as a D'appolito arrays.
...they weigh almost four stone and are growing at a rate of an inch a month. One wonders if that's radius, diameter, or circumference. I was going to ask the IT angle, but computer modeling is definitely needed to predict how soon it'll be before their gravitational field exceeds that of the Earth.
I'm a 50 year old american (lower case to avoid offending British sensibilities) and I enjoyed The Long Good Friday about a quarter century ago, so the stereotypes as to who's seen it aren't quite accurate. I don't recall having any difficulty with the accents, so subtitles aren't required for all americans. When I worked at a theatre that specialized in foreign films, we used to joke that we should provide tape to the customers so their lips wouldn't get tired.
I share the concerns of the others who have commented that the film will be dumbed down so teens in the US (a notoriously thick lot) won't have to think, an activity they seem to have an aversion to. That and camera angles have to be changed every ten seconds to accomodate the attention span of the average USian.
I fully expect the remake to be a debacle, as I've heard the remake of The Wicker Man was. I think I'll watch the original again.
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