Here are the port dimensions
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Here are the port dimensions
No it will work just fine painted.
So how's it going with the amp?? I like the EMO amps and have 2 set-ups using them.
The way I see it is to look at the amount of EQ needed. The less the better. The simpler the passive network or the least amount of DSP to me equals the most optimized horn/waveguide.
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The L220/222 uses weights on the passive radiators to tune the bass. Make sure that there are weights on both passive radiators and they have the same size and weight washers used. Differences in...
You can use fixed resistors. You are going to have to experiment on the values. I think the HF trim is around 4 ohms not sure on the mid level you could always drop one in temporarily and measure...
There is a 1/16 difference in some of the 15" frames. 14 for a 2220 vs 13 15/16 for a 2235.
I didn't ask for all the DSP to be off. I asked for the speakers with just the factory DSP settings only. Above 1K you should get response similar to your on axis response. Why is...
Why don't you do a sanity check on your factory settings with the other DSP off? Take a measurement 1-2 meters from one of the M2 on axis to see what you get. By on axis I mean with the mic centered...
A curve they use for Sythesis systems has already been posted in this thread. The M2 are set flat with the factory curves. You put in your own room EQ.
Yes I couldn't agree more. At least that way you know the speaker is"right".
That's a 5db slide the 100-1K is the flat area with a 5db bass rise. That is their, or one of their target curves. If you go flat in the bass it sounds lean and if you go flat on the high end it...
Here is what the JBL Synthesis curve look like. The Revel sub software has the same elevated level for their optimum in-room curve as well. You can see the tilt EQ on the top end. You should easilly...
I don't understand why you need all that much EQ. Above the schrouder frequncy say 300-400 hz you shouldn't need much except posiibly a tilt cut to slightly roll off the highs if you feel you need...
In your setting with multiple boxes and drivers in the dozens yeah it would be. At home definately more noticeable with single driver pairs. It's a fact it happens. Only the K's count the E's would...
The demag has nothing to do with clipping. It's the intensity of the back EMF field that causes the problem. The higher power the amp the more powerful the EMF field can be. Read Gregs post that is...
Yes that's what he said.
Here's what they look like in the flesh
If it doesn't buyer beware. I would also not put a potentiometer in the mix. Stick with the fixed values unless you want to try to figure out where your system set point should be...
I didn't think it was snarky at all just didn't make the connection. After doing this every day for over 12 years I am burnt. Geez I have a killer set of componenets to build another...
I have used both the 24db M552 and a 12db DX-1 with my 4344's. I pefered the DX-1 between the two. I would just stick with the Ashley.
Yes it did and yes I was. I didn't even loose power. Just had a tree topped, ended up in my pool, and had minor damage to my home. Not sure why you brought up Sandy. Snarky??
They are still here. Once I built the Berylium based Array 1400 clones they took a back seat so to speak. It's been a while since I had them up and running. I still have my XPL clones...
Here you go