Shino, how are you going to get them to levitate like that?
No, no, no. You've all got it wrong. First, you support it like you would any other speaker. The real trick is to create a worm hole directly in front of the support structure, thus causing the light to warp around it and create the illusion of the structure not being there. Quite simple, really.
I finished my other sub which is an exact Copy of the first. The Wife bought me another driver for Xmas. Have some Mains in the works too so the 2 subs will work well. Using my surrounds for mains duty and 3.1 does not rub me right.
LMAO!... At the moment the television complains alot when I do movies..poor thing....oh and the laundry on the chair are all clean, I usually do them and put it away but got caught up trying to finish the sub so it got left, will have to deal with that before another set is piled on top of that
"You take the blue pill - the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You take the red pill - you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes."
All thanks to a great wife and an understanding mother-in-law who lives above us. Just yesterday I told my wife about her association to my addiction and she just laughed at me, told me to be careful what I wish for when I ask for presents........I wonder if this will score me a 32" LCD.
What's that? I don't get out enough? Damn right I don't.
Who needs light and fresh air when you can sit in a darkened room coming up with evil plans such as these:
These ones will be getting underway this coming weekend. Eight Peerless XLS 10" drivers in sealed cabs with LT(Q=0.45 Fc=15hz), two bass arrays one per side to compliment the mains. EQ'd using software that's smarter than IBM's deepblue.
This is bass head central so I'll start up a thread to show the progress of these phallic extensions.
Thy if you read this, then yes this is stage one of the line array plan.
Thanks Scott, I'm still considering between the two.
Grills are dirty word. If you spend good money on drivers, you want to see them.
I agree and unless really done properly actually detract from the sound (many people never even think of this) because of edge diffractions on the cabinet as well as having the fabric in front of the drivers....
I ended up putting black fabric around my mains since they were first done in a light oak and I didn't want to re-build the cabinets or strip and stain them black... I didn't make any frames for the fabric, just wrapped the speakers and actually stapled (standard staples for paper) into the wood and it has worked for years now.