michaelpage26 said:Yara isn't it really expensive for just car use?
MauriceNL which crossover point will you use? And please inform us )me and Yara) about its capabilities (detailed, transparency, "fastness", punch etc)
I already new that onemichaelpage26 said:
Well I am interested in your future experiences!michaelpage26 said:Well, actually I will use stereo subs too , with 180-150hz crossovers, to the full range ESL 3 from Rob Mackinlay ER-Audio, that I will be building in a couple of months.
A small summary of the site:michaelpage26 said:You are too lucky that you live only 70Km far from that shop. I wouldn't expect the Maximas to have really detailed sound (midrange) with the two 5" Revelators, in comparison to some Excels, Etons or Scan-speak Kevlars, ESLs etc. but I think it would have great bass.
Also as i don't speak Dutch at all, can you please tell me what does the speakerland site says about the maximas. Is the sub unit active, any crossover points, any opinions about sound quality (mainly bass)?
Yep!michaelpage26 said:-A bit off topic: can you understand how are the pieces of mdf are sticked so beatifully in the Korrect XT? I would like to mimic it in my sub projects!
I will keep you informed!michaelpage26 said:Also I would like to thank you in advance for any upcoming information and opinions about bass quality of your stereo subs project (Scan-speak 23W/4557T) even if it will take time (please don't forget us ).
Good luck to your project, and we expect progress and pics
Do you have an opinion/experience/tips on using the Scan Speak 23W / 4557T with one or two of their corresponding passive radiators 23W / 0000?
WinISD shows me an incredible small volume of 28.3 l with f3 at around 25 Hz (2 passive radiators).