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    New project, 4435/sub18 clones/

    Hi all been about 5 years since my last post
    my latest project
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    Easier to see what you're up to now.

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    Pretty nice set of stands for your mini monitors!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Odd View Post
    Easier to see what you're up to now.

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    An impressive array. Are you a fan of organ music? Seriously with the 4435's mounted on top of your sub woofers the 4435's axis will be at tilted up above head height. Great if your dancing to the music, but seated you may experience an odd frequency response. But wow, I have rarely seen such LF capability in a recording studio control room , let alone in a domestic setting.

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    With the boxes on the floor the interference lobe between the low drivers and the 100 degree HF horn hits a seated person in the mid chest. With the boxes stacked the lobe is probably a bit above head level. It'll be different but hard to say if it's better or worse until it's assessed in real life. Life with non-coaxial speakers.

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    An impressive array. Are you a fan of organ music? Seriously with the 4435's mounted on top of your sub woofers the 4435's axis will be at tilted up above head height. Great if your dancing to the music, but seated you may experience an odd frequency response. But wow, I have rarely seen such LF capability in a recording studio control room , let alone in a domestic setting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riley Casey View Post
    With the boxes on the floor the interference lobe between the low drivers and the 100 degree HF horn hits a seated person in the mid chest. With the boxes stacked the lobe is probably a bit above head level. It'll be different but hard to say if it's better or worse until it's assessed in real life. Life with non-coaxial speakers.
    Both the JBL 4435 & 4430 have a slightly upward tilted axis and in studio installations they're sometimes soffit mounted and inverted or stand mounted and tilted forward to bring the speaker axis to ear level. I think you sub stands are an excellent idea, floor mounted the 4435's & 4430's can impart a low frequency coloration to the spoken voice. It's not as obvious on sung vocals as there's usually less LF content. An amazing setup. I think you could give the M2 a run for its money.

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    Like it!
    Specially the concept. When finished, nice and clean, measures nicely fit,
    screen with 'album cover' in the middle.

    I'd leisure gladly in front there in comfy chair...

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    Nice project. In case you don't have your 2269h drivers yet here is a good price on a pair.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/JBL-2269H-1...m/284190546940

    I have no affiliation to seller of drivers.

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