I don’t know why, but Iowa looked really lonely with the only speaker order, and I thought I’d share. Shoutout to the one lonely person in the heartland who is looking to connect to happiness by ordering some lame speakers. Good luck.
@stinks Okay, hang on. I’m starting to doubt the trustworthiness of these maps.
Did LonelyIowan23312 return their speaker? How can there be three states with three different fill colors if only three have been sold? Is it “meh sales per capita”? What the heck is going on here, anyhow? Is anyone really programming this thing, or is it just a giant random state buyer number generator?
@KDemo Yeah, I don’t mind not getting real time stats, but you’d think the map would have stats out of date but in sync with the total count above. Or you’d expect the total count to be accurate. Or something.
@stinks This is information. Do with it what you will. Sometimes I’m proud when my state does not buy the crap. Sometimes I’m happy how many counties in my state have bought (you can zoom in on the map).
As with pressing the Meh button, any perceived competition is within you.
IMPORTANT: The top binding posts are for height channels only. They must be driven from the channels on your Dolby Atmos enabled receiver allocated for height, and with bass management
engaged that filters off any signals below 180 Hz. These extra binding posts are NOT intended for biamping. Failure to follow these instructions may result in damage to the top drivers and void your warranty.
So if you have the Atmos X-15 3D 747 SHO Testerrosa black box, these speakers work. Oh, yeah, of COURSE I bought one of those black boxes but didn’t bother to get speakers for it. No wonder you’ve only sold nine sets.
@sidechain Oh wait, you forgot one. the efficiency is stellar: Sensitivity : 85 dB. Not saying that less efficient speakers can’t be great speakers, but 85dB is one of the lowest numbers I’ve seen for a speaker. You’ll need a lot more power to drive it vs something with a 92dB sensitivity.
The thing is that they are good quality and if you are looking at building an Atmos system on a budget the Andrew Jones Line of Pioneer sound awesome. I however did not go Atmos as 5.1 is plenty for my space but I did go with the big 5.1 setup from amazon on the pioneer Andrew Jones’s. That and a Yamaha Avantage reciever with a LG 4k and a Xbone s I get fun family movie nights and immersive entertainment…
I’m really torn… I have the receiver, and have been considering getting into Atmos but… we just bought a new house, and the money’s simply not there at the moment. Guess I’ll be sticking with my 5.1 for now (well, really 3.1, haven’t had the time to run the cable for the surrounds).