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    New Version of jbl4435

    i got by buying the second sub and made some costom stands




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    Very Very NICE

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    Yummy !

    I can only imagine how sweet that sound is.

    nice deqx in the chain too !

    Rich

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    Looks very nice

    I would love to hear the big LSR's. I'm very happy with the sound from my 4328's


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    Looks awesome!
    How are you crossing them?

    A true 4435-like design would be to lower the tunning frequency of both pairs and let the 6332 run fullrange, with the sub doing 100hz downward, with a 1st order low pass.
    Maybe you could also make the crossing between the low and mid in the 6332 higer than the current 250hz ?

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    Thank you guys

    I think its sound very well
    detaild Dynamic good imaging

    I have goten the stand for a week so i have not played arrond with the xover a lot

    right now thy are crossed at 85hz 24 slope for the sub and 12 for hi pass i have tryed stereo and mono sub cofigurations

    and to my surprise for my room mono subs works better i will continue to play arrond

    with the sub doing 100hz downward, with a 1st order low pass.
    LSR 6312sub has a crossover that cant be bypassed so i cant do this option

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    the deqx is a really nice processor as you all ready know
    i have corrected the response of the LSR in an Anechoic chamber




    and i thought that this configuration would be useful in the sense of making my front baffle wider and avoiding some interference from the back wall

    and it seems that it worked it made sound smoother and the graf (by DEQX) also proved a more smooth hi and mid end

    as you can see there are some full range panels behind, on the ceiling and some 2D QRD this has really helped

    DEQX is great but there is no substitute for boundary treatment

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