Keep S&V real. Hooray for Q&A. What’s up with ATSC 3.0?
I am a forever reader of Sound & Vision and all her predecessors and am very familiar with your work. Please keep up the Q&A column since the information provided there is always unique and helpful. Proof that I am a longtime, loyal enthusiast: I owned the first three generations of Pioneer Laserdisc players. Two of them, including my Elite model, are still operational, and I have a collection of over 500 discs.
Jim Woods H.B., CA
You asked for suggestions, and my selfish concern is this: Your promotion endangers my favorite go-to page in the magazine. The Q&A column provides a forum for readers to ask questions ranging from the highly technical to the absolutely stupid. It must continue! Otherwise, I would like to read more about the process Atmos uses to determine where a speaker is located, and how that signal is modified to match a specific location.
Scott Serota Birmingham AL
You can all rest easy, because the Q&A column isn’t going anywhere (check out page 22 to see what I mean). I will also continue to write it, as I have since the early 2000s. And since part of my plan for S&V is to add more features that cover general AV technology topics, there’s a high likelihood that you’ll see your Atmos question addressed in a future issue.—