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Old 30th January 2006, 08:06 PM   #61
adason is offline adason  United States
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hi loudandclear,

glad you are having fun
i must agree with you that something is happenig with sensitive midrange area when you have those two fullranges like that, something about having two voice coils physicaly far apart, even working in phase, i actualy decided to simplify the things as well and use only one Lowther on open baffle per side
it can handle less volume, but it sounds better

i suggest that you try to put both fullrange drives facing forward and put a supertweeter in the middle (like MTM, but FTF)
you will be amazed
i had that for a while with Lowthers, but they don't realy need a tweeter

i must say that i can feel the need to have few systems, which i have, each for different purpose, one for sweet soft melismatic listening, one for loud and clear listening (to paraphrase you)

so i have this one system with Lowther fullrange and subwoofer, sweet but not too loud, than a big open baffle system for dynamic and loud, and lately i put together system based on 18" woofer, two midrange horns and one tweeter horn, loud and clear!, very loud and very clear, and dynamic too, (other systems are dynamic too, but nothing beats horns)

sometimes its hard to decide what i prefer
how about you guyes, do you feel the need for few systems?
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Old 29th July 2009, 11:01 AM   #62
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Kensai - you mention using your 0404 to do detailed eq - can you explain a bit further how to do this as I had a go but just couldn't get it working. I assume you use the patchmix DSP program?


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