Questions regarding HTPC integration to home theaters, and general purchasing advice regarding home theater and audio systems, including headphones. Please no car audio or over the top PA systems.
General enthusiast, ~10 years as an audio and electronics hobbyist
Engineering student, various DIY experiences, personal hobby
Generally these kinds of features, at least on more modern hardware, work fairly well, but will experience more "erratic" results with video material that strays from the mainstream - some videogames (especially
Yes. The title is kind of a nightmare, but yes that is a single port extractor. I dislike the power design of that device, as it relies on USB power, and does not appear to include its own AC adapter,
From my previous reply: "As far as what to purchase, I'd suggest a Vizio model, the D24: https://www.vizio.com/tvs/dseries/d24d1.html Or you could go with a comparable LG, the 24LF4820: http://www
All of the displays I linked had headphone outputs - no adapter should be required for conventional headphones. -bob
A review of the documentation for these models reveals they do in fact offer a dynamic contrast feature, which is likely responsible for the differences in brightness you're seeing during certain scenes