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Old 29th June 2020, 11:56 PM   #51
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Just filled up an egg with water. I measured 8 litres, the manual says "Speaker effective internal volume: 14 Litres". Eggsplain that!
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Old 30th June 2020, 08:11 AM   #53
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2 x 8 minus some for the drivers is near 14l?
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Just filled up an egg with water.
I'm going to poach that idea.
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Old 30th June 2020, 08:43 AM   #54
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Just filled up an egg with water. I measured 8 litres, the manual says "Speaker effective internal volume: 14 Litres". Eggsplain that!

Copy paste of the 150 specs?
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Copy paste of the 150 specs?
That's what I'm wondering. 8 litres certainly seems more realistic for the 830870.
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Old 30th June 2020, 01:32 PM   #56
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Yes, a mistake I think. Egg 100 manual also says

"Bass reflex speakers with 70Hz QB4 front port alignment"

Egg 150 manual says

"Bass reflex speakers with 50Hz QB4 front port alignment
Speaker effective internal volume: 14 Litres"

Also a 2k crossover to a Monacor SPH-165 on the 150s, which is lower than the 2.5k Monacor recommend for the tweeter. Hence the "Thermal tweeter protection with automatic cut out and reset" !

Looks like they go up to 145 degrees C here Resettable Thermal Fuses RS Components. I wonder what temperature you'd need to prevent a fried egg?

Edit: Just noticed the Egg 150s have a common ground connection for the drivers so they use 4 pole Speakons with 1 pole for the LED.

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Old 30th June 2020, 04:35 PM   #57
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Old 30th June 2020, 05:34 PM   #58
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Looks like flying in the air and sound seems not come from them directly...

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