kestrel200 said:Thx for your negative help!!!!
Next to Sarcasm, oxymorons are my favorite form of communication. One of my least favorite are people who make an assumption, not having enough knowledge to offer a useful suggestion, they then just offer something negative like don't try it.Deagle50ae said:haha. oxymorons are great. pretty sure there's no such thing as negative help
I wouldnt call that negative help. he's mearly pointing out that a run-of-the-mill crossover wont show the real clearity you cna achieve with nice drivers. I know Madisound can custom design you a crossover for a reasonable price... kind of takes the guess work out of it for you and can save you some money in the end.
Next to Sarcasm, oxymorons are my favorite form of communication. One of my least favorite are people who make an assumption, not having enough knowledge to offer a useful suggestion, they then just offer something negative like don't try it.
The worst someone could do, even if they didn't have any means of measuring results, is a less than optimum result. Ooh that would be a disaster! Sometimes the responses on this board remind me of when computers and networking began to become popular and the computer/networking experts would reply to any questions with smoke and mirrors. It was all to complicated for anyone to possibley understand unless they had gone through years of extensive training. We all know that's not true. Heck the whole DIY spirit is learning from others, books, and by doing. We should encourage everyone. Not respond by saying oooh I hope you know what your doing, The speakers are much to good for someone who doesn't have the "special" training and doesn't know the super secret handshake. You at least actually offered a constructive suggestion when you mentioned Madisound's service. By the way I do have Speaker workshop, wallin's jig and I have built a couple, not 100s mind you, but a few speakers. I would like to see what others might have tried though so I can tray different variations. Because even with measuring equipment and software, I doubt that I'll find the ONE PERFECT Solution.