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Old 23rd January 2006, 06:09 AM   #21
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Carlos, being from Brazil you have an advantage on women.

It can take hours for me to fully understand your posts, and this one is no different, but nice post.
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Old 23rd January 2006, 11:39 AM   #22
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Default Hello people, here i am, very happy, as i was thinking that thread was comdemned not

to survive...what i nice surprise to see that turns a "meeting point" to us...i like that.

Thank you Mastertech...nive to have you here...reading and giving some support to my crazy ideas.

Oh!…you must be very good husband, and very lucky you are related your wife Amplifier Gurú….i think she has some extraordinary exception.

Yes Anatech…exactly what you understood, I also agree with the flashing lamps

Hello Eva…good to see you here, as you see, I am not using your pictures anymore

Awpagan, thanks for the presence, for the thread enrichment.

Interesting Idea Line up…some voting will be helpful.

PierreG, Petrobrás people are really very proud about their work, in special related to deep ocean works….they are very skilled, had received International training and they could develop their own technologies, adapting them to our technological possibilities and resources…they are well paid, the company is a brotherhood… some island of Fraternity in my country.

JH6YOU, you are very hot…I am attached your hot picture…very redish…very hot…hehe

Ahahahah….Igreen…I am creating a new English…my Englander is routating (turning) better..... and when people ring my bell, my apartment bell...i am answering as an invitation.
- Between...that means come in in Portuguese.

Regards all of you guys…..be happy!

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Old 23rd January 2006, 12:36 PM   #23
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Should we design a 5 amplifiers or 6 amplifiers system?

2 + 2 mid-high
+ 1 subwoofer mono amp
or
3 + 3 low-mid-high

Before we decide active crossover freqencies, filter order(12/24 dB)
and filter type (Butterworth, Bessel, Linkwitz-Riley or Chebychev)
I think we should have a look at suitable tweeters and woofers.

Lets have a vote for what loudspeaker drivers our system should use!
From this we can go on to filters and amplifiers design.

i don't know if we all could agree on such a variety of components?
all tastes are different.
what may be helpful to some is how to use the electronic crossovers to suit the equipment they have.

plus and minus of some setups eg filter type (Butterworth, Bessel, Linkwitz-Riley or Chebychev) also filter order(12/24/48 dB).

i have some marchant 48dB crossovers(just made from there pcb's) i use for testing crossover points on speakers "i seem to remake continously"

With the people here having so many amps sitting around spare
bi/triamping makes a big difference

also low power amps are very useful 15W for tweeters and go up for lower frequencies.

higher power class AB for woofers/subs.
(speaker distortion is far greater than the amp driving them)

destroyer X
hope this enrichs a bit more

any view on the direction you would like this thread to go.

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Old 23rd January 2006, 01:11 PM   #24
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i don't know if we all could agree on such a variety of components?
all tastes are different.
what may be helpful to some is how to use the electronic crossovers to suit the equipment they have.

plus and minus of some setups eg filter type (Butterworth, Bessel, Linkwitz-Riley or Chebychev) also filter order(12/24/48 dB).

i have some marchant 48dB crossovers(just made from there pcb's) i use for testing crossover points on speakers "i seem to remake continously"

With the people here having so many amps sitting around spare
bi/triamping makes a big difference

also low power amps are very useful 15W for tweeters and go up for lower frequencies.

higher power class AB for woofers/subs.
(speaker distortion is far greater than the amp driving them)

destroyer X
hope this enrichs a bit more

any view on the direction you would like this thread to go.

allan

May I suggest those who have plenty of 'diyaudio amps' at home:
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For subwoofer /low bass:
Some quasi N-Channel amplifier

For midrange:
AKSA 55/100 or MikeB explendid Symasym 5.3 Amp

For high tweeter:
amplifierguru Simple Killer Amp (special high freq version)

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Low cost at high quality alternative:
LM3875/LM3886 Chip Amp (gainclone) for all 5-6 amplifiers.
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Should be possible to tweak these amps for optimal operation within a limited audio frequency band.
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Old 23rd January 2006, 01:32 PM   #25
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lineup

our audio experts should be able to provide this info

1 frequency range we do not want to crossover eg human voice.

have more questions but work tomorrow and late already

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Old 23rd January 2006, 01:32 PM   #26
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Carlos

You are a thoughtful person.
If you like to say anything agaist my words, do whatever it is.
But, could you kindly remove the picture you attached?
I perceive no good feeling.

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Old 23rd January 2006, 02:55 PM   #27
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Default No bad intention....everything that is hot normally has the red colour, just that

JH6...there's no other intention than paint red to everything that is hot!.

We have some time to remove those things..... time to editing...i lost that time limit.

To remove that image, will be enormous job, searching for moderators and asking them to remove.

But if you insist in that remotion.

Well, Sir, i will do it because you asked.

There's nothing wrong with the image...just redish, and the size is compatible with our forum.... was resised, i think, to 75 by 75 pixels, exactly because you could like, beeing adequatet to you to save it and use it, as the size is more exact to use as avatars.

The second, third, fourth and fifth intentions are inside your mind...i did not passed from the first intention, to paint red...what is hot!

Here is the same image, published by you, only resised to forum size, color ballance was reconstituted to it's normal and noise was removed...well, processed to be more beautifull that it was.

But if the problem is the copyrigth of image.... the ligth that reflected in your body...well...those things i am sorry, i cannot understand rights over something published to whole world observe.

I can remove, and not use them anymore, as Eva asked once...also i could not understand what was her problem, as the image was published, by her, and it is for everyone to copy in this forum...we can save, paint, copy, enlarge, reduce.... i cannot understand...i am sorry for that.

Let me know what you want.... a little bit confused..... now i am.

regards,

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Old 23rd January 2006, 03:08 PM   #28
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Default JH6, already asked the deletion of your image.

The red one will be removed by Audiofreak.

The numbers already informed to our main Manager.

regards,

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Default Re: JH6, already asked the deletion of your image.

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The red one will be removed by Audiofreak.
I guess one of the other moderators got here before me.
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Old 23rd January 2006, 03:24 PM   #30
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Default Negative, you were very fast...thank you very much

Now, the problem do not exist anymore.

Audiofreak entered as a ligthning to produce a fast solution..peace brothers!

If was another moderator, i thank him also...very kind too.

I love you JH6...do not bother yourself...i am a little bit crazy...and i use to produce some excesses.

regards,

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