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    JBL L110A refoam and stands

    Hello all!

    I refoamed the woofers of my beloved L110A speakers . Please let me know is my refoam job done OK? There is no collision between the coil and the magnet, tested it with 50Hz tone.

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    I use stands shown on the picture I attached. Is it better using these stands or go for lower JBL stands?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vrobec View Post
    I use stands shown on the picture I attached. Is it better using these stands or go for lower JBL stands?

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    The refoams look great !!


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    stands ? tweet closer to ear level the better., but closer to floor or room corners reinforces bass.
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    Hi vrobec,

    Nice refoam job.

    As for the speaker stands, the higher they are and the further you move from 2Pi placement going more in the direction of 4 Pi placement (free field). This decreases room low frequency reinforcement or gain. You decide which LF sound you prefer most based on stand used. The speaker's owner manual should provide some placement guidance.

    On the other hand i note you seem to have a hard tile floor which is generally not great acoustically because of sound reflexions it promotes. Another reason why you need to experiment with placement/stands and play this by ear... Regards,

    Richard

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    Excellent refoam. Very tidy

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    Your re-surround job looks fantastic!!

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    Thank you all! I tried my best.

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