To reduce rumble outside the home make sure subs especially are isolated from the floor. A 1" thick chunk of carpet or thick rubber mat will help keep the bass inside. Vibrations through the floor can be reduced easily this way.
Ok ans someone of you have the denon x6200w or x7200w i dont understand an other thing.... I can decide between
DOLBY DIGITAL + DOLBY SURROUND
or stereo multi stereo virtual mono audio
But i never found something like ATMOS,DTS,DTS:X etc... i bought Mad Max Fury road (the latest) but nothing change when i watch it in english,i have always those selections....any suggestion?
This is a great wiki article on the coffee:
Tim Carman, food writer for the Washington Post reviewed kopi luwak available to US consumers and concluded "It tasted just like...Folgers. Stale. Lifeless. Petrified dinosaur droppings steeped in bathtub water. I couldn't finish it"
If I can be of assistance, let me know. I've tried to highlight the most common obstacles encountered in this and other threads so that others don't have to learn from the school of hard knocks. Feel free to PM with any questions.
I find that it doesn't have to take nearly as long as I've described above to come up to speed--perhaps a few hours to get most of the knowledge that you'll ever need to use REW and active crossovers extremely effectively. I found that it's a lot easier for those that aren't engineers already--than learning DC circuit theory and using that knowledge to produce truly tailored passive crossovers for purpose. It's certainly a lot cheaper nowadays doing the job extremely well.