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Old 14th March 2017, 04:33 AM   #71
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Xaborus not to worry - no offense taken and very happy to read your informative post. That's the beauty of diy - make it how you want and be in charge. Then make it again if you want to try it a different way. Get valuable input along the way from helpful folks who've been around the block a time or two.

Dig that transparent black look. So many options.

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Any weekend listening updates so far?
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Old 19th March 2017, 11:08 PM   #73
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Any weekend listening updates so far?
Too early for meaningful impressions - still adapting and haven't cycled in other amps yet. There was definitely a change in the first 2 days and right now I would not call it warm at all. Think I will need to try the 12ohm resistor and stuffing quantity. Will say that I turned it up to 11 last night to show it off for some youngsters and it certainly does impress at high volumes!

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Old 20th March 2017, 02:34 AM   #74
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Too early for meaningful impressions - still adapting and haven't cycled in other amps yet. There was definitely a change in the first 2 days and right now I would not call it warm at all. Think I will need to try the 12ohm resistor and stuffing quantity. Will say that I turned it up to 11 last night to show it off for some youngsters and it certainly does impress at high volumes!

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Does this first impression mean its good but not great so far?
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Does this first impression mean its good but not great so far?
I think they're beyond good and maybe even great. But I want to spend more time getting to know them with various configurations. Changed the amp tonight and I'm getting some new character. For sure, the mid/tweet is a star.

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Old 20th March 2017, 11:18 AM   #76
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Position near the rear wall, and proximity to the side walls will influence tonal balance, reinforcing LF.

The big woofer is pretty stiff, out of the box. A couple hours fiddling around will get you sorted...

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