There is no marking as broken as a matter of course on version update as far as I can discern. If anything, the add-on would simply not be moved into the new versions repository - i.e. current users won't be affected, but it won't (initially) be available to new users until the author has tested and approved it for the new repository.
Today we announce XBMC for Android. Not a remote, not a thin client; the real deal. No root or jailbreak required. XBMC can be launched as an application on your set-top-box, tablet, phone, or wherever else Android may be found.
The feature-set on Android is the same that you have come to expect from XBMC, no different from its cousin on the desktop. Running your favorite media-center software on small, cheap, embedded hardware is about to become a hassle-free reality. And as Android-based set-top-boxes are becoming more and more ubiquitous, it couldn’t be a better time. In fact, primary development was done on a Pivos XIOS DS set-top-box. And that is no coincidence, you will notice that Pivos is now listed as an official sponsor (more on that later). XBMC is stable and works great there, as well as on various tablets and phones. Though with Android, as many of you probably know, that is only the beginning of the story.
Enjoy the stereotypical dev-shot low-quality demo video. More video, including phone/tablet usage in the next post."
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It's 24dB/octave in a THX system, at 80Hz. This is typically done with a 24dB/octave Linkwitz-Riley lowpass filter at 80Hz in the receiver, matched with a 12dB/octave highpass butterworth at 80Hz set to match the natural (i.e. 12dB/octave butterworth) rolloff of a sealed enclosure speakers for the mains.
Your sub(s) won't be producing much of anything over 160Hz or so - and if there is anything the directional cue comes so much more strongly from the mains at that point it makes no difference where the sub is placed, other than overcoming room nodes.
So many people know absolutely nothing about the audio engineering behind good quality surround sound.
Well, not really, since there are other GPLv2 apps on the store