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Donny, you gonna hand deliver mine if I order one? biggrin.gif

A brewery could be involved.
Aren't you in Seattle ?
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1st coat of b-I-n shellac based primer/sealer on and is waiting to be sanded -ugh (have to sand it in the garage... It's -10f out right now)

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Closer, Bellingham.
Take me out for lunch and I could bring it to you. We go to Bellingham every 4-6 weeks. Love the shopping .
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The 6000 does'nt do 2 ohm for a pair on 1 channel though ??
certain vega cv5000 would be my choice with that arrangement.


Edit: Who knows how old the post I quoted was...silly mobile. Sorry if I'm addressing something old.
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vega cv5000 = $1000
nu6000dsp = $400

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Cv5k =2ohm stable
Nu6000=not.

The guy was wanting to run two 18D2's on 1 channel. ;-)
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800 not 1000 for the cv5000
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google Duro-med convoluted eggcrate, 33" x 72" 2" about $22 that's a bit over 16 sq. ft. so about $1.40 ish per sq. ft. I haven't priced joannes. AS I've learned, none is necessary for the marty cube but
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Can you post a link to the cable? I have the monoprice xlr to rca on the way but it was cheap enough that I won't lose sleep over ordering a better one. Thanks in advance.

I don't know what company Seaton uses for cables. I have 2 of them since I used to own Submersives. A friend of mine bought a cable straight from Mark so you could go that route.

I also bought some from Funky Munky and 2 of them caused hum and 2 did not.

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My emotiva preamp only.has one xlr and one rca. I used my.monoprice xlr to rca cable today and no hum.
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google Duro-med convoluted eggcrate, 33" x 72" 2" about $22 that's a bit over 16 sq. ft. so about $1.40 ish per sq. ft. I haven't priced joannes. AS I've learned, none is necessary for the marty cube but
curious about what the minimum or optimal minimum for a martysub might be
anybody?

None is a.must but the vertical port wall is a minimum to me. I think the rest is just for peace of mind to a degree .
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'None is a.must but the vertical port wall is a minimum to me. I think the rest is just for peace of mind to a degree"

so one sheet for 2 tallmarty's , cheap enough., like less than 2% of total costs

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google Duro-med convoluted eggcrate, 33" x 72" 2" about $22 that's a bit over 16 sq. ft. so about $1.40 ish per sq. ft. I haven't priced joannes. AS I've learned, none is necessary for the marty cube but
curious about what the minimum or optimal minimum for a martysub might be
anybody?

If by minimum you mean the amount of eggcrate, I purchased a piece that was 82x32 and I used almost all of it on 1 cube. Had about 15x32 left.
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None is a.must but the vertical port wall is a minimum to me. I think the rest is just for peace of mind to a degree .

Hunh? Vertical wall is a must, but none is a must??? Confused here.....

Also, Donny, can you tell a difference between the sub with more egg crate than the other? You did one with full egg crate and one only on the vertical port wall right?

My uneducated guess would be that the more egg crate the smoother the response,but again this is very uneducated and a guess..
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Hunh? Vertical wall is a must, but none is a must??? Confused here.....

Also, Donny, can you tell a difference between the sub with more egg crate than the other? You did one with full egg crate and one only on the vertical port wall right?

My uneducated guess would be that the more egg crate the smoother the response,but again this is very uneducated and a guess..

without any the sub will sound good. The more you add the smoother ,tighter the sound is but it lowers output (spl). To me you have the air forcing itself to the back of the sub. I would think(don't have proof) that the majority of the air hits the back vertical port. Much more then the side walls. The second cube i built does only have dampening on the vertical port, 1st everywhere. Still waiting for my uxl18 driver to fire it up. I will report out if i hear any difference. One could always add or remove lining and see themselves.
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I put it everywhere, making sure to leave enough space up on top for the air to travel to the port with no restriction. The sound is very tight and no "hollow" sound. It sounds great!
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Any reason you only want to use 1 channel? Power?


Yes because I only passed one pair of wires behind of my baseboards, going to front stage,,,to 1st SUB then daisy chained (parallel) to the 2nd SUB .
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I put it everywhere, making sure to leave enough space up on top for the air to travel to the port with no restriction. The sound is very tight and no "hollow" sound. It sounds great!

Did you take any pictures of how you rounded the edges? I really like this look.
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Its a 1/2 round over bit. Ran it on all sides including the port ends. I also did it on the inside port.
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Is it 1/2? I was looking at possibly doing 3/4 or 1" but I only found them in 1/2" shank and not 1/4" like I have.
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I thought I'd share a nice bass test video from youtube for all you firs time martys. No crazy dubstep, rap or sine waves, pretty much piano and bass drops. I think a couple are sub 20hz. This shakes my windows and ripples my floors biggrin.gif

Enjoy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S96SguswXY4

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I thought I'd share a nice bass test video from youtube for all you firs time martys. No crazy dubstep, rap or sine waves, pretty much piano and bass drops. I think a couple are sub 20hz. This shakes my windows and ripples my floors biggrin.gif

Enjoy

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How do you play it fr YouTube yo your receiver/amp?
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How do you play it fr YouTube yo your receiver/amp?

Well I use my home theater pc, but one could use airplay with an apple device, most newer receivers have airplay capability and many bluray players have a youtube app I bet.

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Haha I was just down picking up a package that arrived from Parts-Express and grab four jugs of milk, plus some cheese biggrin.gif

You need to be picking up a package with a large magnet redface.gif
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I know tell me about it, I was really hoping they would have contacted me today. Hey at least you have one martycube to hold you over, I have nothing!

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