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Old 11th February 2018, 06:25 PM   #141
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Agree Charles, it would be just for the woofer and minimum smoothing.
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Old 11th February 2018, 09:06 PM   #142
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Been looking at your sig.
Maybe it's:
"The road to Bose is paved with good profit margins and smug shareholders" ...?

Could probably toss in something regarding sales and marketing hype, but those are everywhere.
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yah, thought the quote was funny �� a a bit true.
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Old 12th February 2018, 12:25 AM   #144
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Make it short.
The road to Bose is the wrong road.
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Old 12th February 2018, 07:49 AM   #145
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Assuming you will use DSP (hopefully sparsely) to flatten the in room response you can forget all about baffle step correction.

And with floor-standing speakers up against the wall you would not need any, if anything you may well have reduce low bass a bit.
Why would you no add baffle step correction when using DSP ?
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Old 12th February 2018, 08:07 AM   #146
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Why would you?

Mostly BSC is just a primitive means to increase bass output by lowering everything else which is the only way it can be done passively.
In the OPs situation that is the last thing he needs. Remember every boundary adds up to 3dB. Floorstanders is +3dB and on the wall adds another 3. If anything he may need to get rid of some bass, not add to it.
Either way if you use DSP to smooth the output it will take care of itself.


As for Bose it is much more concise in German: Bose ist böse (Bose is evil).
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Ya, I wont worry about baffle correction, having used a DSP for a few years now I'm confident it wont be an issue, although the tweeter will be passive because I think I can hear a degradation in sound quality that only affects the upper response, now I haven't heard of this before so it might be more tricks on my mind if anything but I cant see any harm it just keeping the DSP on the woofer and mid if used.

Also when I start building should I post it here or start a new thread? or do you guys not even care to see it lol. I feel like just keeping it all here.
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Old 12th February 2018, 11:11 PM   #148
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As for Bose it is much more concise in German: Bose ist böse (Bose is evil).


Oh, no!

-poor SpeakerDave.

(..cue the Galactic Empire soundtrack.)
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Old 13th February 2018, 03:32 PM   #149
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Also when I start building should I post it here or start a new thread? or do you guys not even care to see it lol. I feel like just keeping it all here.
I think you should start a new thread documenting the build.

Looking forward to it...
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Thanks, will do.
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