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reading all your guys posts just makes it that much harder for me to wait till march to get my JTRs........

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reading all your guys posts just makes it that much harder for me to wait till march to get my JTRs........


I cant believe I have only posted 58 times since 2007 when I joined. The rest of you in the thousands. lol I been secretly lurking I guess

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Well, placed my order with Jeff this morning. 212 L/R and 212 LP for center channel. Was considering the 210 but Jeff mentioned the only real difference of the 210 over the 212 was lower extention. I have two JTR subs, so I would be crossing over at 80 anyways. Now I just have to wait 5 weeks smile.gif

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Sorry for taking so long to reply...just got back to MN. Thank you again for taking the time right before Christmas Eve to have me over.

I was more impressed with the Noesis; not to say the 8 SI 18's weren't impressive biggrin.gif . I have listened to the Wilson Watt Puppy with Watchdog sub, many, many years ago. And while it's impossibly to fully recall audio from that far back, I can remember how impressed I was with them. That being said, the 212 just blew me away. Which is exactly what I told my wife. I loved the movie demos, but man those things sound so clean with music.

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Well, placed my order with Jeff this morning. 212 L/R and 212 LP for center channel. Was considering the 210 but Jeff mentioned the only real difference of the 210 over the 212 was lower extention. I have two JTR subs, so I would be crossing over at 80 anyways. Now I just have to wait 5 weeks smile.gif

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Well, placed my order with Jeff this morning. 212 L/R and 212 LP for center channel. Was considering the 210 but Jeff mentioned the only real difference of the 210 over the 212 was lower extention. I have two JTR subs, so I would be crossing over at 80 anyways. Now I just have to wait 5 weeks smile.gif

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I know an AVR would push a pair of 212 past reference, but what benefits would there be to adding amps like three Emotiva XPR-1 for LCR duties? Those that are amp'ing their JTRs, any noticeable/significant difference?

Also, the 212HT-LP goes from 60hz and the regular 212HT starts from 70hz...Will either version make a difference since it would be crossed at 70 or 80hz? Any need to crossover below 70?

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Well, placed my order with Jeff this morning. 212 L/R and 212 LP for center channel. Was considering the 210 but Jeff mentioned the only real difference of the 210 over the 212 was lower extention. I have two JTR subs, so I would be crossing over at 80 anyways. Now I just have to wait 5 weeks smile.gif

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Also, the 212HT-LP goes from 60hz and the regular 212HT starts from 70hz...Will either version make a difference since it would be crossed at 70 or 80hz? Any need to crossover below 70?

I think it's the other way around, regular 212HT goes to 60Hz.
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5 weeks may turn into double that.....biggrin.gif

He even said "might be ready late January" and I was thinking yeah right smile.gif As long as they are here by March, I should be fine (I told the buyer of my current speakers March).
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I think it's the other way around, regular 212HT goes to 60Hz.

My bad...you're right. Was switching screens quickly. Would it be better to have the option to go to 60Hz?

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My bad...you're right. Was switching screens quickly. Would it be better to have the option to go to 60Hz?

If you're going to cross it over to the sub at 80Hz I don't think it makes much difference.
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My bad...you're right. Was switching screens quickly. Would it be better to have the option to go to 60Hz?

Beast would say yes but general consensus if you are going to cross at 80hz you will be fine.

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Beast would say yes but general consensus if you are going to cross at 80hz you will be fine.

Is there any particular reason to crossover at anything lower than 80Hz?

My understanding was:
0 - 80Hz: Lower-bass / subbass range
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Is there any particular reason to crossover at anything lower than 80Hz?

My understanding was:
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FWIW, in measuring my T12lp vs my 212Ht's in my room the ht's start to pull away from the lp's at 125hz and below. Not saying it is needed for any particular setup, just my observation with REW in my room. I have the speakers about 3 ft from side walls and in a heavily treated false front wall.
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Is there any particular reason to crossover at anything lower than 80Hz?

My understanding was:
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80 - 150Hz: Mid-bass
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There are much more qualified around here but so far I have learned...
80hz became a standard when THX decided that was what they would cross at. Some people do cross at 60 hz but that is all system and room dependent. Bsoko2 crosses at 60hz but he also has 27 JTR 8" mid range drivers in HT style boxes. 80hz is the by far accepted standard. I currently have a couple old JBL towers crossed at 100hz to two Submersives. Now the JBLs are set to full by Audyssey but I do that for a smoother FR. In March when my 212 LP's come home I may deal with a slight dip to give the Noesis everything smile.gif
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Here's another with a little aggressive house curve. Not too bad.. Might run this with Elysium today. biggrin.gif


Now THAT is a nice house curve! Some say you are so far from "reference" with a curve like that, that you will not hear the soundtrack as it was intended. I say to heck with all of it, as that type of curve is exactly what I prefer.

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Beast would say yes but general consensus if you are going to cross at 80hz you will be fine.

My main argument here is only that you want the speakers to be crossed at least one octave above where their f3 begins. The reason being the combined rolloff of the speaker and the HPF you are applying might make the speakers not blend together as flawlessly as they would otherwise. With the 212 being good to 60hz, 80hz crossover should be just fine, but I wouldn't necessarily recommend 60hz to anyone.

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Well, placed my order with Jeff this morning. 212 L/R and 212 LP for center channel. Was considering the 210 but Jeff mentioned the only real difference of the 210 over the 212 was lower extention. I have two JTR subs, so I would be crossing over at 80 anyways. Now I just have to wait 5 weeks smile.gif

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Congrats! You should be very happy with this purchase. I have been enjoying my 212's more and more....
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Well, placed my order with Jeff this morning. 212 L/R and 212 LP for center channel. Was considering the 210 but Jeff mentioned the only real difference of the 210 over the 212 was lower extention. I have two JTR subs, so I would be crossing over at 80 anyways. Now I just have to wait 5 weeks smile.gif

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Congrats Frohlich....sounds like lots of people are spending all those JTR gift cards they got from Santa!
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Yup, add me to the sneaking in under the wire club. I emailed Jeff yesterday so hopefully he gets it or I'll call tomorrow. Going to upgrade my T12's to Noesis 212's and adding a second orbit shifter. Can't wait!

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Now THAT is a nice house curve! Some say you are so far from "reference" with a curve like that, that you will not hear the soundtrack as it was intended. I say to heck with all of it, as that type of curve is exactly what I prefer.
My main argument here is only that you want the speakers to be crossed at least one octave above where their f3 begins. The reason being the combined rolloff of the speaker and the HPF you are applying might make the speakers not blend together as flawlessly as they would otherwise. With the 212 being good to 60hz, 80hz crossover should be just fine, but I wouldn't necessarily recommend 60hz to anyone.

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Yea we must have hot bass! So the LP Noesis. Would you recommend higher than 80hz crossover?

No way of knowing really. I would measure the response with no HPF in my room, and if I was getting flat to 60 still with the LP (not out of question) then I might still take 80hz and be happy. If it started really rolling off at 70 or higher I have found a better meshing of the speakers to the subs when you give the rolloff of the speaker a little breathing room.

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Yup, add me to the sneaking in under the wire club. I emailed Jeff yesterday so hopefully he gets it or I'll call tomorrow. Going to upgrade my T12's to Noesis 212's and adding a second orbit shifter. Can't wait!

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No way of knowing really. I would measure the response with no HPF in my room, and if I was getting flat to 60 still with the LP (not out of question) then I might still take 80hz and be happy. If it started really rolling off at 70 or higher I have found a better meshing of the speakers to the subs when you give the rolloff of the speaker a little breathing room.

Ok, I will measure when the time comes. How exactly do I do that safely? I have REW. Because I wouldn't want to run a full sweep to just the speakers right? Lets say 50hz and up? And what SPL?

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