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Old 29th December 2012, 10:17 PM   #1
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Default MTTM Center - Wiring Plan Help Needed

I'd like to make a center with 2 mids and 2 tweeters but...

1 - There is a lot of vitriol that seems to be aimed at the MTTM layout with many comments on various threads and various boards about "awful interference patterns," "brutal lobing," and the ubiquitous "don't ever do it." I'm sure that that there is a good reason for this, but I haven't found any documentation on how to model the interference patterns or what the real-world experience of this design is like. Anyone who can provide mathematical or experiential details would be appreciated.

2 - Given a 40" x 4-6" x 4-18" space, 2 mids, 2 tweets and one channel of input at 10-25W; what would you do if you hate the MTTM arrangement.

Last edited by justinzane; 31st December 2012 at 03:07 AM. Reason: Clarification
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