MorrowSound® True 3D - Advanced Home Install FAQ


Can you use a center channel speaker?
How are subwoofers used in a MorrowSound Cube.
How do Cubes stack in any direction from the core Cube?
What spatial file formats can True 3D play?
If I want to change my speakers or woofer or amplifier, can I continue using my licensed True 3D software without upgrading?
How can I connect the TV or mp3 player to the Sound Cube?
What kind of speakers are recommended?



Can you use a center channel speaker?

Yes. The center channel speaker, channel 9, can be either hardware, of the same model as the 8 speakers, or virtual. It is positioned in the center front. It is typically the dialogue channel.

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How are subwoofers used in a MorrowSound Cube.

Conventional omni-directional subwoofers, channel 10, can be positioned anywhere inside on the surface of the virtual cube. Directional woofers are positioned per the physical and experience design.

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Do Cubes stack in any direction from the core Cube?

Stacked Cubes can be independent 8.1 systems or share speakers in adjacent Cube sides.

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What spatial file formats can True 3D play?

B format, multichannel .aiff and .wav files and multichannel audio streams.

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If I want to change my speakers or woofer or amplifier, can I continue using my licensed True 3D software without upgrading?

Yes. Changing speakers is best done with our guidance. Speakers need to be all the same model with an acceptable sound pattern to create a 3D sound field in your home. As part of the design phase, we can identify that sound pattern for you so you can then use that spec to find speakers in the future.

Changing amplifiers can be done on your own as long as the channels have identical or balanceable output and are flat, that is without coloration or sound processing.

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How can I connect the TV or mp3 player to the Sound Cube?

We use a soundcard to connect the audio signal to our software.

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What kind of speakers are recommended?

The True 3D effect can be created by a range of speakers from inexpensive to top of the line. The choice would depend on budget, the acoustics and size of the room as well as what quality speakers you would prefer. Speakers are selected on a case-by-case basis for their appearance and their performance in the space. Our acoustic analysis of the space will guide this choice.

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