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Old 21st January 2015, 01:29 AM   #1201
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I have the best midrange and HF , better than Apogee's, I have my hf switch low as it can go
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Old 21st January 2015, 02:10 AM   #1202
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thanks for the reply....I was aware of the prescribed popping procedures and had done all of them over the weekend BUT the wash......I managed to rustle up another grid, replaced the offender.....results , perfect silence, no more pop, no more rumbling right side bass and there is no noticeable balance issue.. staging is as expected...all is right in the world.....late 80s traded sprinkler system for pair servo Xs, later 2+2s that were stolen along with TNT 200 and velodyne uld15, now, 1 pair medallion 2+2s, 2 TNT 200s, 1 TNP preamp, 1 pair of medallion 1+1s and this "new" pair of mk121-2A 2+2s..........thanks to all who enjoy these sounds and especially to those who share information to keep them running. Dan
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Old 21st January 2015, 08:07 AM   #1203
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" I set them up in a 3600 sq ft room with 12 ft ceilings..........."

8ea 9" Acoustat panels.... ran fullrang in a All open 3600 sq ft space...O dount for get the 12' ft ceilings....... A room that can give Real Low Fr........Wow
You need the latest thing.... I got one...A 60 year old hhscott Tube preamp.... an use the (tone controls)....you can just tone that bass down....hehe
Ah........ESLs... seems there always doing to much, or to littel... of one thing are the other...good luck
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Old 22nd January 2015, 04:41 AM   #1204
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Is the wire grid on the acoustat 9" panel the same as the wire grid on the 9" spectra panel? .
Thanks for any info Al
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Old 22nd January 2015, 07:26 AM   #1205
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All Same 9" panels..........same wire
Spectra uses diff res to segment planels as seen in spectra 11 crossover panel setup pic....that's just one 9"panel.....
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Old 22nd January 2015, 08:17 AM   #1206
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I want to know if their 36 wire 6.75 coated width Thanks
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Old 22nd January 2015, 08:48 AM   #1207
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I want to know if their 36 wire 6.75 coated width Thanks
Can you explain a bit more what you mean?
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Old 22nd January 2015, 01:07 PM   #1208
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Andy well be along here...........thanks Andy.....there this ...Where the hell s Dave...he knows every thing??
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Old 22nd January 2015, 04:45 PM   #1209
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Hmmm, looking at that any pre spectra could be segmented. kinda odd how much sound can come of such a small surface area of coating and stator.and 70 per cent open. I took an in depth look at my 2+2's, they are simplicity, nothing seems exact. Wonder what kind of HV wire they used, stuff can be expensive.
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Old 22nd January 2015, 05:23 PM   #1210
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The Bias wire is the same as panels wire...
.I had bad panel so I have lots 46" Bias feed wire...
So you say bad panel???....well I had to try the HEAT GUN ...Don't do it!
like the tube soake....that dark water is coting comeing off these old panels....not Good...
Less you have panel can lose ....I know I have had my hand on over 20-30.Panels.....all I have ever seen is littel lose in corner mylar.....so good luck
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