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Recalibrated my system again this weekend for a more balanced sound. Did a auto calibration with the Antimode dual core for the bass. Then ran MCACC. MCACC set my subs -10, trim at +1.0 on the avr. While all my subs dial is pointing at -8. No house curve. In the end I really like the way it sounds. More tight and accurate on the bass side. So my current speakers.... Oh boy, I watched Elysium at -8 MV today. Not my normal listening level. But my speakers, talk about running out of gas!.. I just can't wait to changed them out! Here's the measurement in the end. Didn't take it at reference level though. But rather my normal listening vol when I watch movies.

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Got home from work today. And was kind of board a little this afternoon. So I started to play with placements of my subs. Not to much movements, just 1-2 feet here and there kind of thing. Took some measurements. Hmm not THAT much different. Sometimes worse. Anyway, one thing I haven't tried was laydown all my subs horizontally. I had them standing up vertically. Haa, just because they look baddass that way . So I did, lay them down. And to my surprise I got a little better response. This lastest placement and measurement may not be that much from the above graph I posted couple days ago. But to me, they sound awesome. Especially when I ran the chopper scene in LS..


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Got home from work today. And was kind of board a little this afternoon. So I started to play with placements of my subs. Not to much movements, just 1-2 feet here and there kind of thing. Took some measurements. Hmm not THAT much different. Sometimes worse. Anyway, one thing I haven't tried was laydown all my subs horizontally. I had them standing up vertically. Haa, just because they look baddass that way . So I did, lay them down. And to my surprise I got a little better response. This lastest placement and measurement may not be that much from the above graph I posted couple days ago. But to me, they sound awesome. Especially when I ran the chopper scene in LS..


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Yea that is post EQ right? What does raw response look like?

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Agreed, I bet there won't be too many people crazy enough to buy 210 pound 6 feet tall speakers!!
You became mayor of crazy town with your 8 subs . The 215RT's are needed to just keep up.

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Yea that is post EQ right? What does raw response look like?

Couple days ago I posted a graph after I recalibrated my whole system again. Only did it because my electrician did some work with my dedicated curcuits. So at then I got a little more picky calibrating. So this response I didn't do a thing from the last measurement a couple days ago as far as EQ. Not raw btw, but I could do one this week when I bypass the EQ. Settings still the same. MCACC set my sub output to -10, trim to +1.0. Auto calibration from the Antimode. No HC or boost..
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Got home from work today. And was kind of board a little this afternoon. So I started to play with placements of my subs. Not to much movements, just 1-2 feet here and there kind of thing. Took some measurements. Hmm not THAT much different. Sometimes worse. Anyway, one thing I haven't tried was laydown all my subs horizontally. I had them standing up vertically. Haa, just because they look baddass that way . So I did, lay them down. And to my surprise I got a little better response. This lastest placement and measurement may not be that much from the above graph I posted couple days ago. But to me, they sound awesome. Especially when I ran the chopper scene in LS..


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Nice!! Also you don't have the usual issues between 80 hz ish and 200 hz ish that seem to be so common.
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You know guys? This JTR thread, I swear, this is the best thread around in AVS. Good peeps here. That's why I like posting here. I post a graph in Dom's ULF thread, then bam, it offends people. I just deleted it. I thought that scoring stuff was for fun. But guess some take it too serious.
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Nice!! Also you don't have the usual issues between 80 hz ish and 200 hz ish that seem to be so common.
Thanks carp.. But if I remove the smoothing, I have a nasty dip at 60hz.. Really.. Lol
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LOL....I agree rhed, bear was giving you a hard time about posting with smoothing and then he goes and posts a graph with 1/12th smoothing....lol


I can only suggest taking everything with a grain of salt, you're a good guy so who gives a crap what people think right?
Personally I think half of them would give away their grandmother for four Cap S2's!....lol
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LOL....I agree rhed, bear was giving you a hard time about posting with smoothing and then he goes and posts a graph with 1/12th smoothing....lol


I can only suggest taking everything with a grain of salt, you're a good guy so who gives a crap what people think right?
Personally I think half of them would give away their grandmother for four Cap S2's!....lol
lol.. I know right? I mean honestly, my graph looks like sh!t without the smoothing. Especially my 60hz, very nasty dip. And yea, I add the 1/6 smoothing to make it more presentable. I mean its there in the program to use it. But it's all good bro.. I guess some people take that it tooo serious. I didn't want it to go south. Thanks bro for what you posted after all that. I went back there and I read it.. Oh btw, FWIW, i'm still envious of DIYers subwoofers and OS owners.. lol...
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lol.. I know right? I mean honestly, my graph looks like sh!t without the smoothing. Especially my 60hz, very nasty dip. And yea, I add the 1/6 smoothing to make it more presentable. I mean its there in the program to use it. But it's all good bro.. I guess some people take that it tooo serious. I didn't want it to go south. Thanks bro for what you posted after all that. I went back there and I read it.. Oh btw, FWIW, i'm still envious of DIYers and OS owners.. lol...
No worries, and you shouldn't be jealous of anyone's setup with what you have in the pipeline!....lol


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I read some posts about people wanting more midbass. JTR's are flat through the midbass region so wanting more midbass means boosting the midbass. There is no need to buy drivers, amplifiers and build cabinets to get extra midbass. With +130db capability of the Noesis 212HT and Triple 12HT, all you need is a parametric EQ with one "low shelf" filter set around 100-120hz and boost the level 3-6db. Remember it takes double power to gain 3 db and quadruple the power to gain 6 db so make sure you have enough amplifier.

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LOL....I agree rhed, bear was giving you a hard time about posting with smoothing and then he goes and posts a graph with 1/12th smoothing....lol


I can only suggest taking everything with a grain of salt, you're a good guy so who gives a crap what people think right?
Personally I think half of them would give away their grandmother for four Cap S2's!....lol

I've always used 1/12th, but I've read numerous times that our ears perceive bass similar to what we see with 1/6th smoothing so I bet you are all good Rhed.
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I read some posts about people wanting more midbass. JTR's are flat through the midbass region so wanting more midbass means boosting the midbass. There is no need to buy drivers, amplifiers and build cabinets to get extra midbass. With +130db capability of the Noesis 212HT and Triple 12HT, all you need is a parametric EQ with one "low shelf" filter set around 100-120hz and boost the level 3-6db. Remember it takes double power to gain 3 db and quadruple the power to gain 6 db so make sure you have enough amplifier.

Noesis 215RT update: the remaining parts should be here tomorrow and I should be able to start shipping Thursday. If not then Monday after the get together. Thank you for your patience.

Yeah I've always wondered about that when people say a speaker has no mid bass... for me flat bass (including flat mid-bass) has always sounded anemic so I have always just bumped it up. A lot of it is probably the style of music I listen to.

I did what Jeff is suggesting with the 212HT's with an inuke 3000dsp and the results were fantastic.

Nice! Glad to hear the other guys will be getting their 215's soon, I'm starting to get nervous that I'm going to get beat up.
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Thanks carp.. But if I remove the smoothing, I have a nasty dip at 60hz.. Really.. Lol
Rhed, you need to build some bass traps bro! I will throw my DIY treatment thread together soon. Good ol cheap pink fluffy!

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Does anyone have a cheap little 2 channel amp that can be bridged to get like 125 to 160 watts a channel laying around? I need to amplify one channel for a single back surround I am doing.

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I run my JTR's through DBX equalizers. I reduced the gain on the DBX to remove a slight hiss I was getting from my amp. A bit of a treble cut and/or bass boost and they are right where I want them to be.
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Rhed, you need to build some bass traps bro! I will throw my DIY treatment thread together soon. Good ol cheap pink fluffy!
I was going to order some really nice custom made tri-corner bass traps, but after talking with LTD02 he brought it too my attention that they really won't do anything for low frequencies. So he told me to take a look at some limp mass bass absorbers instead.


Here's a link that helps explain it a little better. http://www.gearslutz.com/board/bass-...absorbers.html


From the link there's a PDF showing how to make them. I'm personally now going to use acoustical panels at the back of my room but also build some of these limp mass bass absorbers too.
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Yeah I've always wondered about that when people say a speaker has no mid bass... for me flat bass (including flat mid-bass) has always sounded anemic so I have always just bumped it up. A lot of it is probably the style of music I listen to.

I did what Jeff is suggesting with the 212HT's with an inuke 3000dsp and the results were fantastic.

Nice! Glad to hear the other guys will be getting their 215's soon, I'm starting to get nervous that I'm going to get beat up.
We aren't the "beat up the other forum members because they get their speakers before you" kinda guys....we can quite possibly be the "jealous because you get your speakers before us" kinda guys...

It is all good Carp... I just wish I could have made it out to the GTG.

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I can't tell what the average level of the full response is however if it is 80db than you'd want to use kind of a wide filter at 230hz ish and cut it 3-6db to make a smoother transition into the rising bass. Excess in the 120-250hz will hurt intellegiblity because that's the bottom end of the vocal range.

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Got home from work today. And was kind of board a little this afternoon. So I started to play with placements of my subs. Not to much movements, just 1-2 feet here and there kind of thing. Took some measurements. Hmm not THAT much different. Sometimes worse. Anyway, one thing I haven't tried was laydown all my subs horizontally. I had them standing up vertically. Haa, just because they look baddass that way . So I did, lay them down. And to my surprise I got a little better response. This lastest placement and measurement may not be that much from the above graph I posted couple days ago. But to me, they sound awesome. Especially when I ran the chopper scene in LS..


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Da*n straight!!

Nah, just got lucky with the timing of the upcoming GTG. Oooh my first usage of a new smiley.

Hmmm and then got lucky with the timing of the sale of my 212's.... and then got lucky that the new owner is a friend and let me keep the 212's until the GTG (VERY cool of him to do that!! ). All the planets aligned for me on this one.
Ha ha! Your welcome.......but only because you are a VIP!

We are in for a lot of speaker hauling Saturday. My RS62's go with us to des moine. Then we load up the 215RT's along with my 212HT to haul back to KC. Unload the 215's at your place. Load up the other two 212's. Then unload the trio of 212's at my place (and move my RF83's to make room). Whew!
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We are in for a lot of speaker hauling Saturday. My RS62's go with us to des moine. Then we load up the 215RT's along with my 212HT to haul back to KC. Unload the 215's at your place. Load up the other two 212's. Then unload the trio of 212's at my place (and move my RF83's to make room). Whew!
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Yeah I've always wondered about that when people say a speaker has no mid bass... for me flat bass (including flat mid-bass) has always sounded anemic so I have always just bumped it up. A lot of it is probably the style of music I listen to.

I did what Jeff is suggesting with the 212HT's with an inuke 3000dsp and the results were fantastic.

Nice! Glad to hear the other guys will be getting their 215's soon, I'm starting to get nervous that I'm going to get beat up.
COACH... Guess we can put the baseball bats away.. Lol..
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Guess we can..... we should all be in speaker bliss within a week or two.
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We aren't the "beat up the other forum members because they get their speakers before you" kinda guys....we can quite possibly be the "jealous because you get your speakers before us" kinda guys...

It is all good Carp... I just wish I could have made it out to the GTG.

Looking forward to seeing the pictures and reading the feedback.

Haha, I know man, and I wish you could have made it too - always great to meet guys that I've only known on the forum. Did I read that you and Brandon are thinking about comparing the the 215's and the SH50's?? or would that be too much of a nightmare for either of you to move your speakers to the other guys' place?
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We are in for a lot of speaker hauling Saturday. My RS62's go with us to des moine. Then we load up the 215RT's along with my 212HT to haul back to KC. Unload the 215's at your place. Load up the other two 212's. Then unload the trio of 212's at my place (and move my RF83's to make room). Whew!

I was just thinking about that.... I hope our backs hold up that 210 pounds is gonna suuuuck!!!

Just so you know I do feel a big guilty about hanging on to the 212's until Saturday - haha, but I guess not guilty enough to part with them yet!! I'll be up until 3 am again tonight, the plan is to watch Munich but it's a good bet I'll end up listening to music again.

Jeez Louise, I'm depriving all kinds of people around here of JTR speaker bliss!!
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You know guys? This JTR thread, I swear, this is the best thread around in AVS. Good peeps here. That's why I like posting here. I post a graph in Dom's ULF thread, then bam, it offends people. I just deleted it. I thought that scoring stuff was for fun. But guess some take it too serious.
I saw that and didn't want to get in the middle of it.

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LOL....I agree rhed, bear was giving you a hard time about posting with smoothing and then he goes and posts a graph with 1/12th smoothing....lol


I can only suggest taking everything with a grain of salt, you're a good guy so who gives a crap what people think right?
Personally I think half of them would give away their grandmother for four Cap S2's!....lol
I agree! rhed, I have talked to you a few times on this forum and you seem like a nice person. You have a fantastic setup and people will always look for negatives in something. Lebron James for example. What is it that everybody hates this man for. Going on live tv to takes his talents to long beach.....ok, I understand for a little bit, but this man is great at his craft and people need to enjoy him while he is around.

I also have issues with that bear guy. I just don't think that he is completely honest. He tried telling me that he has his subs tuned to +-1db, but I have never seen a chart showing it. He also claims to get 110db flat to 10hz with one PSA sub in his living room. Whatever man.

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No worries, and you shouldn't be jealous of anyone's setup with what you have in the pipeline!....lol


On another note I'm seriously thinking its time for a new time piece for me!
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I was just thinking about that.... I hope our backs hold up that 210 pounds is gonna suuuuck!!!

This just might be the best 210lbs that you ever pick up, right?
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This just might be the best 210lbs that you ever pick up, right?

Haha, let's hope so!
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