The link you posted above is linking to a site made by the same people that make the excellent SMR Home Theater and Audio Forums (http://www.smr-forums.com
), which also houses the official Lexicon forum.
On this forum, a discussion was opened on the use of the term "Logic 7" on the web site for the Cinepro DTC-10. As a Lexicon owner, I was a bit concerned about this, as I know "Logic 7" is a registered trademark of Harman International (of which Lexicon is part). My question to Mr. Abraham is how to solve this issue, as it could mean a case of trademark infringement. Also, incorrect use of the names of some of the surround modes, like "DTS Neo 7" don't come about as quite professional. Why not use only the official terms (the first terms are the ones mentioned on your site, the second set is the "official" name):
"DTS 5 Channel" - DTS
"DTS NEO 7 Channel" - DTS Neo:6
"DTS LOGIC 7" -
"DTS Matrix 7" -
"DTS ES Discrete" - DTS-ES Discrete 6.1
"Dolby EX" - Dolby Digital EX
All are literally taken from the text.
Also, I detected a few small other errors in the text: "(...)The DTC-1- is also future proof(...)" and "(...)The entire DSP engine and Digital to Analogue chips are contained on a single, easily removable module that can
be easily changed in the future as new technology available(...)".
Also, be advised that not all decoding modes can be "auto-sensed", although this is suggested in the text.
The HT-bunch are a very critical and precise audience (I know I
am), and small errors on a web site can really put some people off...
Myself, I hope your product will do great and hope people will really like the DTC-10. This is all meant as positive feedback!