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The versatile S1 Pro system operates in four unique modes and can be set up differently based on the application. Elevated SurfacePosition the S1 Pro on a surface. This projects sound clearly and evenly throughout the audience, and ensures that audience members enjoy the full frequency range of the system. Tilt-Back For performances where your audience is close to you, tilt the S1 Pro onto its back edge. For best results, the performer should stand or sit to one side of the loudspeaker to avoid blocking sound from the audience. Monitor Mode To use the S1 Pro as a personal floor monitor, place it on the ground horizontally, in front of and pointing toward the performer. Tilt the loudspeaker onto its side edge. Rotate the Bose logo counterclockwise to match your chosen mode.Speaker StandPlace one or two S1 Pro systems on speaker stands (sold separately) for general-purpose sound reinforcement.




DM Portrait Pro 7.1 FULL VERSIONl



Yes. However, please note that the optional ToneMatch power supply is required for operation. For musical performances that require access to our most advanced tone shaping library, a full suite of studio quality effects, dynamics processing, and expanded inputs and outputs, ToneMatch mixers are the recommended choice.To use the T4S/T8S ToneMatch mixer with the S1 Pro multi-position PA system, connect a master output of the ToneMatch mixer to input 1 or 2 on the S1 Pro system. Adjust the master level of the ToneMatch mixer to at least 50% and adjust the S1 Pro input volume knob to the desired level.


The receiver is linked to your TV screen (or two or three, depending on the receiver's specs) as well as decoding (or translating) audio data into surround sound playback, where sounds can freely 'hover' between the surround speakers. On rarer occasions you may find the same setup but with a separate power amp and receiver, which is the kind of thing that only dedicated audio fiends get into. It's a bit much for our purposes here though! As with any other technology, the quality of 7.1 system can vary depending on cost. You can find 7.1 systems from as little as a couple of hundred bucks these days. Cheaper setups will still let you experience surround sound motion, but many have very limited connectivity. And such entry level sound quality is quite comparable to a glorified ghetto blaster, really. Oh, and if the idea of seven-plus speakers makes you break out in hives, don't worry. We've got a full guide to all the connections you'll need to get things up and running.


The thing about Dolby Atmos is that it absolutely requires height speakers to work. The thing about DTS:X is that it doesn't. It's a software codec that works with just about any speaker setup you can imagine. While it doesn't have quite the positioning capabilities of a full Dolby Atmos system, it still manages to eke some terrific imaging out of even a basic 5.1 system. You also don't need special hardware: in many cases, the DTS codec can be downloaded to a receiver as a software update, which is awfully handy. Having height speakers definitely improves things dramatically. But all the same, this is a very useful codec to have. It should be pointed out that almost all receivers these days come with both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X built in, so you shouldn't even have to choose. Interestingly, several of the setups in our list of the best 5.1 speaker systems use DTS:X, and are perfect for smaller rooms.


Next up, the subwoofer. The received wisdom is to put the thing underneath or next to the TV, but there's actually a little trick you can use to find the best place to put it. Wire up the subwoofer (and we'll talk about wiring in the section below) then put it in the place where you'll be sitting. Find something bass heavy. A track by Skrillex or Diplo would be ideal. Start playing, then crawl around the room at floor level. Yes, we know you look ridiculous, but there is a purpose to this, we promise. Find a spot in the room where the bass sounds the best, where it sounds as it's meant to. That's where you want to put your sub. This trick isn't completely full proof, and again, largely depends on the size of your room, but it's still very useful tool to have in your arsenal.


The media and delivery pages have everything you need to import, manage and deliver final projects. The media page is a dedicated full screen workspace that lets you prepare footage, sync clips, organize media into bins and add metadata before you start editing. Use the clone palette to ensure every bit of data in the camera media cards is copied during backup. During edit or grading, stream video outputs to a remote client monitor via DeckLink. You can output and upload files to YouTube, Vimeo and Twitter from anywhere page using the quick export tool. The deliver page gives you total control over all encoding options and formats, along with a render queue for exporting multiple jobs! Learn More


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The following are examples of common scenarios of full system encryption with dm-crypt. They explain all the adaptations that need to be done to the normal installation procedure. All the necessary tools are on the installation image.


This example is based on a real-world setup for a workstation class laptop equipped with two SSDs of equal size, and an additional HDD for bulk storage. The end result is LUKS1 based full disk encryption (including /boot) for all drives, with the SSDs in a RAID0 array, and keyfiles used to unlock all encryption after GRUB is given a correct passphrase at boot.


Note that if full-disk encryption is not required, the methods using LUKS described in the sections ab