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So would I use this for EQing all my speakers or just the sub? I have the Denon 4520 and I was told I would need the Behringer for the DTS-10s. If Iuse it as a pre EQ for the Denon then I would need 2 to do 11.2, correct?

You could EQ more, but I would just use it for the subs. You can also almost the same functionality with Behringer iNuke DSP series amps. Check the on sale thread....

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You could EQ more, but I would just use it for the subs. You can also almost the same functionality with Behringer iNuke DSP series amps. Check the on sale thread....

What about the Behringer Feedback Destroyer Pro, would this be as good?

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What about the Behringer Feedback Destroyer Pro, would this be as good?

I think that would do the trick, but I am not overly familiar with that model.

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I was told that the DTS-10 does it's best when it is EQ'd to 60hz or lower... If that is the case I might need to boost the bottom end on my La Scalas too. Would I need another one to do that too or would my Denon 4520 take care of that?

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You can cross them over at 80Hz.
If you get a miniDSP or DCX you can choose your crossover point between 60 and 80 to see what works best for you.

I had mine crossed at 80 after eliminating the humps in response using the recommended EQ settings.
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You can cross them over at 80Hz.
If you get a miniDSP or DCX you can choose your crossover point between 60 and 80 to see what works best for you.

I had mine crossed at 80 after eliminating the humps in response using the recommended EQ settings.

Thanks, I am picking them up Monday morning... What a shame that I won't be able to try them out for about a month or longer as the HT will be under construction.

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Thanks, I am picking them up Monday morning... What a shame that I won't be able to try them out for about a month or longer as the HT will be under construction.

That's a good incentive to get things done ASAP!smile.gif
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Got a quick question. Im waiting for my mic to get here so I can run REW on my 3 dts-10's. In the meantime I am going to run audessey from my Marantz av7005. My question is this. Should I put Tom Danleys recommended filters in my mini dsp before I run audessey or after? Or not at all after audessey?
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Got a quick question. Im waiting for my mic to get here so I can run REW on my 3 dts-10's. In the meantime I am going to run audessey from my Marantz av7005. My question is this. Should I put Tom Danleys recommended filters in my mini dsp before I run audessey or after? Or not at all after audessey?

Put them in before. You want to tame the ringing and other issues before the final EQing occurs.

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Is there anywhere near Boston where I can listen to a DTS-10? If not, can you set somebody up in this area to be a dealer and have subs setup for listening?
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Has anybody ever tried to place a DTS-10 outside of the footprint of their theater and have a "pass-through" a little larger than the "horn opening" on the sub? I would go to great efforts to keep any unwanted sound from entering the theater space through this hole, so I would likely double drywall/green glue around the DTS-10 outside of the theater as to not give up any of my limited theater width.

I would be passing through approximately 10". I understand I would likely be changing the "length of the horn" by having the sound travel farther than the box was designed.

My thought is to use two DTS-10's in the front behind my screen wall and implement a third DTS-10 approximately mid wall on my right side of the room.

Room is 30' x 13'4 x 8'

I do have three Triad Inwall subs I can use in columns to even out any nulls that may present themselves.

Thanks in advance for any input on this......
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I have seen it done by others. I believe there is a thread on HTS but I dont recall where.
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Has anybody ever tried to place a DTS-10 outside of the footprint of their theater and have a "pass-through" a little larger than the "horn opening" on the sub? I would go to great efforts to keep any unwanted sound from entering the theater space through this hole, so I would likely double drywall/green glue around the DTS-10 outside of the theater as to not give up any of my limited theater width.

I would be passing through approximately 10". I understand I would likely be changing the "length of the horn" by having the sound travel farther than the box was designed.

My thought is to use two DTS-10's in the front behind my screen wall and implement a third DTS-10 approximately mid wall on my right side of the room.

Room is 30' x 13'4 x 8'

I do have three Triad Inwall subs I can use in columns to even out any nulls that may present themselves.

Thanks in advance for any input on this......
Others have put the DTS-10 in another room and fired into the HT room. I am not so sure if mixing the Triad in wall sub with a horn loaded sub will work though.

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Has anybody ever tried to place a DTS-10 outside of the footprint of their theater and have a "pass-through" a little larger than the "horn opening" on the sub? I would go to great efforts to keep any unwanted sound from entering the theater space through this hole, so I would likely double drywall/green glue around the DTS-10 outside of the theater as to not give up any of my limited theater width.

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My thought is to use two DTS-10's in the front behind my screen wall and implement a third DTS-10 approximately mid wall on my right side of the room.

Room is 30' x 13'4 x 8'

I do have three Triad Inwall subs I can use in columns to even out any nulls that may present themselves.

Thanks in advance for any input on this......
Just be sure not to reduce the size of the exit of the DTS10. If anything-have it expanding-especially over a length of 10".

Generally it is not a good idea to mix subs of different models (even from the same manufacturer).

THe different phase responses will cause dips and peaks in the response that cannot be eqed out.

It is far better to use more of the same sub model. That way they can all work together
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I do have three Triad Inwall subs I can use in columns to even out any nulls that may present themselves.

Thanks in advance for any input on this......

Mixing them can be problematic and an exercise in futility. I was able to mix my DTS-10 with my sealed subs with reasonable success, but probably less than optimal. As always, the room and listening position play the largest role.

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Just be sure not to reduce the size of the exit of the DTS10. If anything-have it expanding-especially over a length of 10".

Generally it is not a good idea to mix subs of different models (even from the same manufacturer).

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It is far better to use more of the same sub model. That way they can all work together
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Others have put the DTS-10 in another room and fired into the HT room. I am not so sure if mixing the Triad in wall sub with a horn loaded sub will work though.
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Mixing them can be problematic and an exercise in futility. I was able to mix my DTS-10 with my sealed subs with reasonable success, but probably less than optimal. As always, the room and listening position play the largest role.

Thank you for everybody's input!
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Thank you for everybody's input!


Sure thing! Also, I should mention that I am now running a LOWARHORN in place of my former DTS-10 that I have had a high degree of success integrating with my existing sealed subs as well. Once again, probably less than optimal, but I am happy with the results.
It definitely takes some fine tuning but you might be able to do reasonably well too.

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Has anybody ever tried to place a DTS-10 outside of the footprint of their theater and have a "pass-through" a little larger than the "horn opening" on the sub? I would go to great efforts to keep any unwanted sound from entering the theater space through this hole, so I would likely double drywall/green glue around the DTS-10 outside of the theater as to not give up any of my limited theater width.

I put mine behind a wall and it worked out great. I just extended the horn mouth. Here are some pics.







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I put mine behind a wall and it worked out great. I just extended the horn mouth. Here are some pics.








Did yours have the opening on the end or did you make it... Mine only has the side opening.

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I also ported mine through the wall.. I am not in a position to post pictures.

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Did yours have the opening on the end or did you make it... Mine only has the side opening.

Not exactly sure what you mean. It was the kit that Danley was selling a couple of years ago and they were all the same.
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Not exactly sure what you mean. It was the kit that Danley was selling a couple of years ago and they were all the same.
Mine is the kit also but the port on mine is on the side... Not the end like yours is. I was told there were 2 versions made... One with the port on the side and one that had the port on the end .

Mine is just like the one in the first post of the thread... Side opening only. I am curious as I am thinking of making one of mine end exit and plug the side exit. Then I can make a horn to bring it closer to my screen.
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Oh, I didn't know that they made two versions.
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I don't think they made two versions. One of your photos is a bit of an illusion.


Here is mine installed
The grill to the right of center is the port.


Here is the other side.

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I don't think they made two versions. One of your photos is a bit of an illusion.


Here is mine installed
The grill to the right of center is the port.


Here is the other side.

There are definetly 2 versions... Look at this one, DTSend_zps8d47d015.jpeg[/URL] . No illusion at all..

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