Okay, a bit gross but if you are going to do allot of cutting, sanding or routing of mdf you should probably have really good ventilation, vac, or wear a dust mask. I was wearing a crappy dismal and running a vac, but i still blew cardboard chunks out of my probiscus.
Since my joists are painted out black in the semi finished theater area I made this angled holder to match. May put a cargo strap around the beast too as I have 3 under ten kids that happen to live here too.
My friend helped me get the center up, now I just have to figure out done stands for the left and right, but I fell like a couple folded horns might make for great stands....opinions?
I know it won't be ideal but I need to make stands too. It's not like I "need"any more punch here but....I'm running my fusions full range btw. The punch hard and digg deep here. I actually find them a bit bright, probably because in only 7ft back from the nearest one, so that's some great overhead if I move to larger gone down the road, or get divorced and have to live in a van by the river with my speakers outdoors for done illegal UN paid public presentations while I play tricks on the side.
I should model it, but my boxes are 2.19cu ft so should I tweak the Ports?
Usually that can be fixed by adding more subs / beefier subs.
It could also be a sign that the room is untreated and/or the music is a low quality recording/codec and/or bright electronics.
I've recalibrated but it's still a bit bright sounding, I turned down the trebel a couple notches. My room is a basement semi finished with black painted out ceiling with rafters exposed perpendicular to the speakers and curtains over plastic lined r?? Thick insulation. It's usually "dead"in my room. Wool Carpet over thick padded concrete floor too.
I'm just not used to hearing such a detailed speaker, I love that I can easily hear the rustle of clothing in movies and the vocals are crystal clear.
Bass is ok, going to be better soon but my wife said her head was hurting upstairs from the bass so it's not that wimpy lol. A diy 8" sealed sub and a jbl250es with the tempest running full range. They pump out some serious bass actually :-)