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    Default Now THIS person is what I'd call a hobbyist

    So, while searching around the internet for more quadraphonic info and pictures, I came across this web page:

    http://www.hi-ho.ne.jp/odaka/quad/index-e.html

    Yowza!! Be sure to click on the hyperlinks to see some crazy homemade decoders/processors. This person certainly has commitment to try!

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    Quote Originally Posted by surround.sound.enthusiast View Post
    So, while searching around the internet for more quadraphonic info and pictures, I came across this web page:

    http://www.hi-ho.ne.jp/odaka/quad/index-e.html

    Yowza!! Be sure to click on the hyperlinks to see some crazy homemade decoders/processors. This person certainly has commitment to try!

    He is a member of the forum here. I hope he posts some results of testing his designs.

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    Well, that's really cool to hear! I'm quite interested in his alternate SQ and QS settings, as well as his "Field Rotation" and "Matrix Factor" settings on his earlier models. Really cool indeed.

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    Wow, this person is a genius! I'm just happy to be able to change out bad semiconductors and capacitors!

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    Default Re: Now THIS person is what I'd call a hobbyist

    Quote Originally Posted by surround.sound.enthusiast View Post
    Well, that's really cool to hear! I'm quite interested in his alternate SQ and QS settings, as well as his "Field Rotation" and "Matrix Factor" settings on his earlier models. Really cool indeed.
    Thank you for your interest.

    Field Rotation is a function effective only for the sound source recorded by Sansui QS system, and is a surplus function that turns the entire sound field when turning the rotary switch.

    The Matrix Factor (addition coefficient) is free according to the standard in the Sanshui QS method.
    So that, Dolby ProLogic II , SRS Circle Surround II, DTS Neo 6 etc is a subset of Sanshui QS method, can correspond by changing Matrix Factor.
    In the CBS Sony SQ method, it is possible to improve the separation between the front center and rear center by Matrix Factor. (In the case of no logic)

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