BLS Reference on Passlabs XA 30.5 + Everest DD66000 clone on Pass XA 100.5
You know you can put some low value resistors in series with one leg of some L-Pads on all those notches and dial them in on the fly. Once you get them dialed in for your room just substitute in the actual resistor values.
So, here is the Question …
What do you do after climbing the Everest ?
Well, I decided to go deep, deep Ocean, … Ocean Way.
I had expected the bass performance of the Everest to be out gunned by these big boys. 50% taller and deeper. I was so surprised the Everest matched its deep, clear, loud, distortion free bass. I think it was because of the independent one 600W mono amp per 15 inch driver.
The current set up of the Everest with the 300W stereo for the top, could be the weak link, vs the great Viola Audio Labs amps used to drive Ocean Way HR2 monitor system. Absolute respect for Tom Colangelo, even from the days of the ML2. His legacy lives on in these great amps.
I know what I am going to be lifting this summer.
Viola Cadenza and Legacy amps, Nagra PLP, and an absolutely delicious CH Precision CD player http://ch-precision.com/site/
met a wonderful chap, Murray, with another pair of everests, hope he will post something here about his set up.
guess when you have crazy stupid money, you can do crazy stupid sh*t
Performance Series 5.1/1990s L1.L5.L7/L100A
If he wanted mode control he would have been beter off with 4 s1s ex subs an a sedec 4500 unit
The designer of the Everest II didn't seem too impressed. He asked me if it was photoshopped.More is more.
Obviously people can do whatever they want (and quite often do, lol) but that's a whole chunk of change to be turning upsidedown and stacking. To each their own.
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