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Old 11th May 2011, 07:21 PM   #31
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– both subs finished, but there is still chaos in my living room….

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Hi Robert,

Congratulations - the speakers look great!

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Old 12th May 2011, 05:47 AM   #32
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Hi Robert,

i wish im nearby

great speakers man.

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Old 12th May 2011, 06:22 AM   #33
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Hmmmm, i want to use that ceiling as a waveguide.... Very jealous.
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Old 12th May 2011, 08:59 AM   #34
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Hi Robert,

Congratulations - the speakers look great!

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Ahhh - I hope you mean the construction, because I hope the final finish will look better than the raw MDF
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Hmmmm, i want to use that ceiling as a waveguide.... Very jealous.
Hmmmm - I already sense that the room will be the limitation to this system
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Old 12th May 2011, 09:36 AM   #36
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That is stunning work! Look forward to seeing them finished, though I expect for now you're more interested in listening to them!
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Old 12th May 2011, 02:53 PM   #37
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That is stunning work! Look forward to seeing them finished, though I expect for now you're more interested in listening to them!
Thank you

I am too busy preparing things for the High End Show in Munich...
BUT afterwards I am sure going to listen a lot and tune the sound further.
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Hmmmm - I already sense that the room will be the limitation to this system
Wonder if it won't be optimal to work with the slant of the roof, I.e. the speakers on the low side, but then you might have to get a blind for the windows to watch TV in the day, and its such a nice light room.
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Wonder if it won't be optimal to work with the slant of the roof, I.e. the speakers on the low side, but then you might have to get a blind for the windows to watch TV in the day, and its such a nice light room.
When I speak of limitation - I mean how much the room can absorb...
The system sounds extremely nice until I turn the volume too high - we are not talking low or "normal" levels here, but on the other hand not full power either.
The room is just above 70 sqm with an average height of over 2,3m. It seems to me that the room should be overdamped to be able to handle the SPL that the speaker system is capable of...
I have to look into this in the future, but the solution also has to be acceptable to the eye
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Well – I have been exhibiting at the High End Show in Munich and now I just try to keep up - so not much going on, but work…

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- Although I have been thinking a lot about damping my living room.
I have come across the Danish manufactured Troldtekt panels and I am seriously considering putting these absorbers on the ceiling. BUT at the moment there isn’t time for much FUN
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