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Old 12th March 2017, 09:19 PM   #2971
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This is my almost completed main system. The speakers are Mummy cabinets from Auto-Tech with B&C DE250 compression drivers and A&E Speakers TD12S Woofers. A Hypex DLCP Preamp/digital crossover handles crossover and EQ functions. Four Hypex NCORE amps drive the speakers. The DLCP, NCORE amps and a PC are housed in matching computer cases. The system sounds pretty good. Currently the speakers have a broad hump (~2dB) in the response between 900-1900. Iím going to rework the DLCP crossover using the Hypex Filter Designer to hopefully remove this hump without using to much EQ. I used a combination of SoundEasy, Hypex Filter Designer and REW for driver measurements and system testing. The cabinets are damped with a sprayable vibration damping compound from Cascade.
Beautifully done.
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Old 13th March 2017, 05:15 PM   #2972
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This is my almost completed main system. The speakers are Mummy cabinets from Auto-Tech with B&C DE250 compression drivers and A&E Speakers TD12S Woofers. A Hypex DLCP Preamp/digital crossover handles crossover and EQ functions. Four Hypex NCORE amps drive the speakers. The DLCP, NCORE amps and a PC are housed in matching computer cases. The system sounds pretty good. Currently the speakers have a broad hump (~2dB) in the response between 900-1900. Iím going to rework the DLCP crossover using the Hypex Filter Designer to hopefully remove this hump without using to much EQ. I used a combination of SoundEasy, Hypex Filter Designer and REW for driver measurements and system testing. The cabinets are damped with a sprayable vibration damping compound from Cascade.

Those are shockingly amazing !!!
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