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post #61 of 66 Old 08-08-2013, 03:45 AM
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I was getting some big nulls until I shut all the doors and windows in my house. Flattened the curve quite a bit for some reason lol biggrin.gif
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post #62 of 66 Old 04-25-2017, 07:58 AM
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I resurrect this thread because I have some new information about the subwoofers I built.

I am in a new house, and have done some adjustments to my amp. In short, I have removed the limiter, and I am running without any sort of highpass now. I did several sweeps to see how far I could push it, but it seems I am amp limited. At about 80Hz on the loudest sweep, my amp cut out, but not before showing obvious signs of compression in the upper frequency range. So I may need to buy a second iNuke3000DSP and run them both in bridged if I want that last little bit out of my subs. Can the gurus here take a look at the tuning video and tell me if it looks like the drivers can take a few more watts?

Anyhow, here are three brand new videos I posted to YouTube. A build video, a tuning video, and Curtain Shaker literally shaking my curtains! "This bass test is not designed for people with ported enclosures." HA! I have ported enclosures, and it works beautifully!

(And can an Admin please PM me so I can get my old "DanLW" account (and associated post count) back? I missed out on the whole forum wide password reset, don't have access to my old E-mail, have no clue who last PMed me, and my requests have been ignored for some reason. I put a comment in the bottom of my build video description to prove I really am the DanLW who built these subs.)




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I resurrect this thread because I have some new information about the subwoofers I built. (And can an Admin please PM me so I can get my old "DanLW" account (and associated post count) back? I missed out on the whole forum wide password reset, don't have access to my old E-mail, have no clue who last PMed me, and my requests have been ignored for some reason. I put a comment in the bottom of my build video description to prove I really am the DanLW who built these subs.)

I am in a new house, and have done some adjustments to my amp. In short, I have removed the limiter, and I am running without any sort of highpass now. I did several sweeps to see how far I could push it, but it seems I am amp limited. At about 80Hz on the loudest sweep, my amp cut out, but not before showing obvious signs of compression in the upper frequency range. So I may need to buy a second iNuke3000DSP and run them both in bridged if I want that last little bit out of my subs. Can the gurus here take a look at the tuning video and tell me if it looks like the drivers can take a few more watts?

Anyhow, here are three brand new videos I posted to YouTube. A build video, a tuning video, and Curtain Shaker literally shaking my curtains! "This bass test is not designed for people with ported enclosures." HA! I have ported enclosures, and it works beautifully!

(And can an Admin please PM me so I can get my old "DanLW" account (and associated post count) back? I missed out on the whole forum wide password reset, don't have access to my old E-mail, have no clue who last PMed me, and my requests have been ignored for some reason. I put a comment in the bottom of my build video description to prove I really am the DanLW who built these subs.)

Salerno Subwoofer Build Video
https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=4nXcXT_ecrU

Salerno Subwoofer Tuning
https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=eA0iOlUqR_A

Salerno Subwoofer Curtain Shaker
https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=CH3ImboMeNo
The URLS are not correct.
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The URLS are not correct.
I thought it was strange that the videos didn't autoformat. That's what I get for trying to get videos out late at night (where I'm at). I thought it was the forum noob filter blocking embedded videos.
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I thought it was strange that the videos didn't autoformat. That's what I get for trying to get videos out late at night (where I'm at). I thought it was the forum noob filter blocking embedded videos.
Technically it IS noob blocking you... ;p

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What is causing the dip at 70hz?
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