• Why is Dolby Atmos in everything?

    Best answer: it's the newest surround technology. it debuted with one of the newer star trek films from a few years ago, the one where the ship rises out of the water. atmos uses speakers on the ceiling to give a more immersive sound experience. it's being marketed for home theaters too with speakers mounted above. not sure how other formats... show more
    Best answer: it's the newest surround technology. it debuted with one of the newer star trek films from a few years ago, the one where the ship rises out of the water. atmos uses speakers on the ceiling to give a more immersive sound experience. it's being marketed for home theaters too with speakers mounted above. not sure how other formats like cell phone use it though. if you're into movies and sound you'd probably "heard" about it; if you are researching home theaters you'd also know of it too.
    2 answers · Other - Music · 8 months ago
  • Grammar- I received the highest mathematics score in Canada.?

    Best answer: 1-grammar looks OK 2-math is left lower case unless the context refers to a specific department at a school.
    Best answer: 1-grammar looks OK 2-math is left lower case unless the context refers to a specific department at a school.
    4 answers · Words & Wordplay · 12 months ago
  • If its such a bad thing to put led/hid in a projector housing then why does ford do it with the newer explorer/f150/fusion?

    Best answer: if you mean is it bad to do that yourself with an aftermarket product? then generally yes because the new bulb wasn't designed to work with that car's optics. both are tailored to each other to a *very* fine degree. when a manufacturer does that they're creating a whole new headlight system designed around one another, they... show more
    Best answer: if you mean is it bad to do that yourself with an aftermarket product? then generally yes because the new bulb wasn't designed to work with that car's optics. both are tailored to each other to a *very* fine degree. when a manufacturer does that they're creating a whole new headlight system designed around one another, they aren't just inserting a different type of bulb or light source.
    2 answers · Ford · 1 year ago
  • What's the price range of cars that are considered, Low-End, Middle-End, High-End?

    Best answer: there's more categories than that and it depends on the context. for new cars: low-low is $15,000 and under upper low is 15-25 low mid is 25 to 30 mid mid is 30 to about 35/40 upper mid is about high 30s to about 45 "entry luxury" is about 40 to 50 the lower hi end, or mid range luxury is about 50-55 mid luxury 60+ high end... show more
    Best answer: there's more categories than that and it depends on the context. for new cars: low-low is $15,000 and under upper low is 15-25 low mid is 25 to 30 mid mid is 30 to about 35/40 upper mid is about high 30s to about 45 "entry luxury" is about 40 to 50 the lower hi end, or mid range luxury is about 50-55 mid luxury 60+ high end about 85-90+ "true luxury" about 97+
    2 answers · Other - Cars & Transportation · 1 year ago
  • What is the percentage charge should a smartphone battery should have if you are keeping it for storage ( not going to use for a month).?

    Best answer: One month shouldn't be a problem at any battery level. If the battery completely drains and stays that way and you charge it it will take a few moments for the battery to "register" then start charging. If you do a long term storage, like many months or years, then it's recommended to do a partial charge, like around 60%. show more
    Best answer: One month shouldn't be a problem at any battery level. If the battery completely drains and stays that way and you charge it it will take a few moments for the battery to "register" then start charging. If you do a long term storage, like many months or years, then it's recommended to do a partial charge, like around 60%.
    7 answers · Mobile Phones & Plans · 2 years ago
  • What can you tell me about this guy's personality (birth chart)?

    Best answer: driven, status conscious, wants to excel. possibly moody, emotional, combative at times. kind of intense, too.
    Best answer: driven, status conscious, wants to excel. possibly moody, emotional, combative at times. kind of intense, too.
    1 answer · Horoscopes · 5 years ago
  • Economics Demand Curve?

    Best answer: no, the law of demand is what you're looking at, and it is an INVERSE relationship, so if price is up, demand is down and vice versa. the "opposite" is the supply curve, which is DIRECT. meaning if prices are up (if people are willing to pay a lot for a product/service) then companies will supply a lot of it and vice... show more
    Best answer: no, the law of demand is what you're looking at, and it is an INVERSE relationship, so if price is up, demand is down and vice versa. the "opposite" is the supply curve, which is DIRECT. meaning if prices are up (if people are willing to pay a lot for a product/service) then companies will supply a lot of it and vice versa. your question is looking at two different concepts
    1 answer · Economics · 6 years ago
  • I need help with this word "albedo"?

    Best answer: it means how much light and heat is reflected back into space. snow and ice do that.
    Best answer: it means how much light and heat is reflected back into space. snow and ice do that.
    3 answers · Earth Sciences & Geology · 7 years ago
  • How do Dowsing Rods detect water underground, exactly how does it work?

    Best answer: it isn't the rod itself per sé, but the person using it (called a "dowser")--they supposedly have some special ability, the rod is just a pointer for them
    Best answer: it isn't the rod itself per sé, but the person using it (called a "dowser")--they supposedly have some special ability, the rod is just a pointer for them
    3 answers · Earth Sciences & Geology · 7 years ago
  • Everything about MDF Wood?

    Best answer: mdf is not wood it is "medium density fiberboard". it used to be wood. it's usually waste lumber that's ground up into bits, sometimes as fine as sawdust. then this is mixed with a binder (a glue). the stuff it then molded or pressed into flat boards. just about any school uses desks and tables made from mdf. some... show more
    Best answer: mdf is not wood it is "medium density fiberboard". it used to be wood. it's usually waste lumber that's ground up into bits, sometimes as fine as sawdust. then this is mixed with a binder (a glue). the stuff it then molded or pressed into flat boards. just about any school uses desks and tables made from mdf. some home furniture is made of mdf as well as kitchen cabinets. you use it because it's very sturdy and tough and inexpensive. the above reason is an advantage. one disadvantage is that some are made with formaldehyde, and it will emit fumes, sometimes enough to make a person sick. also, mdf has to be painted or sealed. if it gets wet it will soak up the water and expand give me 5 bucks for this :)
    5 answers · Decorating & Remodeling · 8 years ago
  • What AA battery brand is best for flashlights?

    Best answer: i like energizer, just my preference. if your flashlight can take lithium cells (some can't for safety reasons) then i'd go with energizer ultimate lithium, their top of the line ones. these batts i've found last the longest and are lighter than alkaline batteries. they cost much more but are the equivalent in power capacity. show more
    Best answer: i like energizer, just my preference. if your flashlight can take lithium cells (some can't for safety reasons) then i'd go with energizer ultimate lithium, their top of the line ones. these batts i've found last the longest and are lighter than alkaline batteries. they cost much more but are the equivalent in power capacity.
    2 answers · Other - Electronics · 6 years ago
  • Is it possible for any other sign in your natal chart besides your sun sign to be on the "cusp?"?

    Best answer: cusp is usually a sun sign term, but other elements like the asc can be within "orbs" , meaning 2-5 degrees to left or right, depending on the element in question or the astrologer's way of interpretation.
    Best answer: cusp is usually a sun sign term, but other elements like the asc can be within "orbs" , meaning 2-5 degrees to left or right, depending on the element in question or the astrologer's way of interpretation.
    3 answers · Horoscopes · 6 years ago
  • Do you think someone who has alot of scorpio and capricorn on their chart would be a little bit cold blooded?

    Best answer: scoripio is passionate and hides their feelings, capricorn is stoic, perceived as remote, and puts on a buiness-like exterior. id say they're very driven, cap is more methodical, scorp hot blooded beneath the surface
    Best answer: scoripio is passionate and hides their feelings, capricorn is stoic, perceived as remote, and puts on a buiness-like exterior. id say they're very driven, cap is more methodical, scorp hot blooded beneath the surface
    6 answers · Horoscopes · 6 years ago
  • Does higher frequency waves mean more radiation or less radiation?

    Best answer: the higher numbers are higher frequencies. technically the higher the frequency of any energy wave the greater it can penetrate the body, but these numbers don't tell the whole story -- the emission to the body is dependent on the phone itself. each phone has its own level of radiation energy it gives off (look up SAR levels). the... show more
    Best answer: the higher numbers are higher frequencies. technically the higher the frequency of any energy wave the greater it can penetrate the body, but these numbers don't tell the whole story -- the emission to the body is dependent on the phone itself. each phone has its own level of radiation energy it gives off (look up SAR levels). the frequency the phone uses has nothing to do with the potential level of radiation you might get, it's more the phone's design, power levels of the phone, and how the antenna is oriented to your body. Each phone is tested by the government for specific radiation levels (the SAR levels) and a figure is published. And each phone type can have a different SAR level (eg the same model in the US might be different for a Euro version, etc).
    4 answers · Physics · 8 years ago