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For all my clients coming from Chilliwack  and Hope – there is now an incentive to come to our shop!  Not only will we beat ANY and ALL price quotes from all Chilliwack iPhone repair shops.  We guarantee our parts are real OEM and not knockoff like we have been seeing a lot of from out that way.  Ask about our free gift with purchase! (Mention this Blog Post)

One customer named Bob came in earlier today and mentioned he has been to another iPhone repair place in Chilliwack on Unsworth.  His screen lasted two days after the replacement was put in, upon further inspection, we informed Bob the part was a fake knockoff and very low quality.. The screen wasn’t even set properly and was practically coming off the LCD.  UV glue was not properly used.

At Ryan’s PC Repair Shop, we provide our customers with real original OEM parts (You get what you pay for), a 6 month warranty on the parts and labour and after sale service you can always depend on.  Ryan’s been in the industry for over 10 years and fix just about any issue you may have.

If you’ve been to another shop and they’ve told you the phones not repairable, bring it by my shop and I’ll get it working for you.  There is no charge to look at the device if its not repairable! No diagnostic fees charged ever!

Missing Xbox One Dolby audio options coming post-launch

The Xbox One will add support for Dolby 5.1 and 7.1 digital audio through a post-launch patch, director of product planning Albert Penello said today.

“Dolby Digital is coming post launch,” Penello said on NeoGAF. “This was a [software] scheduling issue pure and simple, and I know people are disappointed, but we will have it.”

No timetable for the patch’s release was provided. This means that until the Xbox One audio patch is released, Microsoft’s next-generation system is not capable of doing optical audio on the level of the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, or PlayStation 4.

Penello explained that anyone with an HDMI receiver “should be fine” because uncompressed 5.1 and 7.1 audio is passed through HDMI and DTS.

“Even if you have a Dolby only HDMI receiver (which I’m not sure exists), you will still get 5.1 or 7.1 sound since those receivers should accept uncompressed surround,” he said.

For Dolby-only headsets, Penello said he understands that these should work on Xbox One from launch, though users will only receive stereo audio.

“I have not tested this myself, but I’m told it works. Regardless, I understand this is an inconvenience, but again we’re going to have Dolby coming,” he said.

Headset company Astro, which said previously that its products would work without issue on Xbox One, released a statement on the matter following Microsoft’s announcement, confirming that because the Xbox One will not have Dolby support at launch, there will be ramifications for Astro products.

“While our products do not process DTS signals, we do have on-board Dolby encoding in both our A50 Wireless Transmitter as well as our Wired MixAmp Pro. An Xbox One gamer will need to select Stereo output for game audio, but our MixAmps will process that stereo signal with Dolby ProLogic II and encode it with Dolby Headphone,” the company said.

 

Source: GameSpot