in theory, add 6db for the back wall. 1/2->1/4 space.
in theory, then add another 6db for the side wall. 1/4 ->1/8 space.
in theory, add about 12db per octave from about 25hz down for a medium sized room for pressure vessel gain.
I have no idea what you just said as far as the walls go honestly lol all I know is that at full gain it sounds horrible because everything in the house thats not bolted down and insulated is shaking.
Originally Posted by maxmercy
He's not even a meter away sitting in that chair!! Add 6 more dB...
It is incredible sitting in that chair.. almost makes you sick
Originally Posted by bossobass
Hah! I'm sitting here cleaning up my desk and wondering what this weird triangular box sketch is of and I click on this thread and BAM memory jog.
Very nice, very specific app and looks like it'll rid the patient of his kidney stones.
Nice work, Ricci and LTD, et al.
One word of advice for the next build... PATIENCE. Spend the time necessary to each step and the end results is magnitudes more satisfying. It took me years to learn that simple lesson.
Yeah I hope you're happy to see your sketch come to reality. I have a big problem with patience, I know I could have finished it much better but I figured its behind a chair and youll only ever see the top so I wasnt too worried. It looks great and like I said previously the only thing I could have done to improve was to put a verticle brace like a 2" dowel up the center of the enclosure.
Originally Posted by N8DOGG
Sweet build, congrats man!!!
Originally Posted by omegaslast
he had a completely blank slate on dec 1st and finished it in little over a month
In AVS DIY forum time that is RIDICULOUSLY fast!!! congrats on that alone...
The implementation is just really cool overall though, knock people off their feet with bass then pull away the chair and show 4 12" just pounding away neatly tucked in the corner
Really? I thought you guys would post that it took me long enough lol. Its great because you really have no idea whats behind you when you sit down and if I wanted to I could literally stop their heart with bass if I wanted to haha.
So im trying to figure out what I should do next. You guys tell me what would be most cost effective and best bang for your buck upgrade, not talking about subs anymore though I am still planning on EQing the subs..
-New Denon preamp - could I eq subs with this?
-Custom build new towers with parts express parts? which speakers they carry are best? If im building these I want the best possible for the $ and my time
-New amp for current towers? NS-555 Yamaha