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The M2s will make you feel better....
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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 [COLOR=black]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.
I replied to this post by Jeff asking if the same holds true for the 228's but he never responded. I am guessing it should be the same as the 228 has 129db peak capability. I just added a 9db boost at 100hz on a LS12 (I think) slope on my inuke3000 DSP's. I know adding this boost will cut into the power reserves of the inukes, but I have one inuke3000dsp bridged for each 228 so I am thinking I will be good up to reference.

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Man o' man. Boxing up my 212's. Didn't think it would be so emotional...

The Danley's were tough to let go also. Am I the only one to get emotionally attached to speakers?

What's up with that? I think I'm getting soft in my old age
I get attached to my cameras the same way...but it's best resale wise...win/win. Did you get the JBL monitors you were considering?
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Did the LG go too?
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I get attached to my cameras the same way...but it's best resale wise...win/win. Did you get the JBL monitors you were considering?
Yes, getting them. Listening to them poisoned my brain, sucking enjoyment out of anything else I listen to. And yes, yes, I know what you're thinking. It's all in my head. And the only thing I can say about that is to read sentence two again...I already know that
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I replied to this post by Jeff asking if the same holds true for the 228's but he never responded. I am guessing it should be the same as the 228 has 129db peak capability. I just added a 9db boost at 100hz on a LS12 (I think) slope on my inuke3000 DSP's. I know adding this boost will cut into the power reserves of the inukes, but I have one inuke3000dsp bridged for each 228 so I am thinking I will be good up to reference.

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It might work well. You just need to know if you are dealing with a room mode. Do you have measuring equipment?
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I replied to this post by Jeff asking if the same holds true for the 228's but he never responded. I am guessing it should be the same as the 228 has 129db peak capability. I just added a 9db boost at 100hz on a LS12 (I think) slope on my inuke3000 DSP's. I know adding this boost will cut into the power reserves of the inukes, but I have one inuke3000dsp bridged for each 228 so I am thinking I will be good up to reference.

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It might work well. You just need to know if you are dealing with a room mode. Do you have measuring equipment?
Well most importantly how does it sound!!!???
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Of course how it sounds matters but that won't tell you if some of the power you threw at the situation is wasted on a null that can't be fixed in that way. I believe in listening and measuring and learning how the two coorelate.
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Did the LG go too?
If I end up with three Crown I-Tech 5000HD amps I'm thinking that it's possible I don't really need the LG anymore. But I haven't made a definitive decision on that yet.

I've been told that power is the root of all evil. It's like....The Ring. Very hard to get rid of it.
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It might work well. You just need to know if you are dealing with a room mode. Do you have measuring equipment?
Yes I have REW, no dips in the midbass region that I am boosting.

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Well most importantly how does it sound!!!???

It sounds great but I have only listened to some music at -30 to -27. Have family in for the weekend and they are using the bedroom above my system. No one will be home but me tomorrow afternoon, will crank it then.
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-10000 I have really good experience with Emotiva so far. For $1200 I am going to have what I consider the best pre pro on the market for my needs. Plus I don't need some little toy receiver with built in T amps. HaHa
lol, it's all good, I know quite a few that have had good experiences as well. I think as far as processors go, I had the UMC-1 when it hit, it was sent back and forth 3 times, never was fixed, I lost out on shipping 3 times to them, almost 300$. My xpa-5 lost a channel, had a local service place fix it (that was actually pretty painless, emo paid for everything) My XPA-2 had the front panel go out and my airmotiv 6's had an amp go out, it never got changed, it went into the garbage. I never did like them lol.
So I've not had the best experience lol. I couldn't say how good or not the XMC-1 is, it's lacking hdmi 2.0 and thats enough of a no-go for me but thats not to say its the same for everyone as I plan on getting 4K everything pretty soon and would need it.

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Yes, getting them. Listening to them poisoned my brain, sucking enjoyment out of anything else I listen to. And yes, yes, I know what you're thinking. It's all in my head. And the only thing I can say about that is to read sentence two again...I already know that
I honestly don't think it's in your head at all...more like your ears. Gotta trust them I'm sure they must be fantastic and I'm really curious to hear them since you're making such a big move.
I selfishly wish you could have done an A/B before selling off the 212s...would have been a good read...but not surprised by the fast sale.
Perhaps a future GTG for us east coasters might be in order to hear your new JBL, along with someone's 215 and 212
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It sounds great but I have only listened to some music at -30 to -27. Have family in for the weekend and they are using the bedroom above my system. No one will be home but me tomorrow afternoon, will crank it then.
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Yes I have REW, no dips in the midbass region that I am boosting.
Nice! I am looking to do the same with T8's.

Side note for all tonight. Greatest moment we can have in building our systems. Obviously I own a "lesser" system than most here. I would make the top 5 of weakest systems. But after we got our big screen and PJ up we watched Need for Speed tonight and I caught myself 100% immersed in the movie. I was like, "Dang! I didn't think about work tomm, bills, things I need to do, etc." Just totally immersed. I even forgot what day it was briefly with too! Happy days my friends All of this even happened coming from a decent plasma with deep blacks, like no visible letter box blacks. And we certainly had bright ones with this budget PJ.

Will get better with returning the BenQ 1070 and replacing with a BenQ W7000.
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Yes, getting them. Listening to them poisoned my brain, sucking enjoyment out of anything else I listen to. And yes, yes, I know what you're thinking. It's all in my head. And the only thing I can say about that is to read sentence two again...I already know that
Hey it's all about what YOU like in the end!
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Nice! I am looking to do the same with T8's.



Side note for all tonight. Greatest moment we can have in building our systems. Obviously I own a "lesser" system than most here. I would make the top 5 of weakest systems. But after we got our big screen and PJ up we watched Need for Speed tonight and I caught myself 100% immersed in the movie. I was like, "Dang! I didn't think about work tomm, bills, things I need to do, etc." Just totally immersed. I even forgot what day it was briefly with too! Happy days my friends All of this even happened coming from a decent plasma with deep blacks, like no visible letter box blacks. And we certainly had bright ones with this budget PJ.



Will get better with returning the BenQ 1070 and replacing with a BenQ W7000.

I thought you went with an Epson 8350? You need up with a BenQ W7000?
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Yes, getting them. Listening to them poisoned my brain, sucking enjoyment out of anything else I listen to. And yes, yes, I know what you're thinking. It's all in my head. And the only thing I can say about that is to read sentence two again...I already know that
All perceived reality is in our heads, there is no reality besides what our brains process and tells us. Can be pretty scary for those with schizophrenia.

The M2's are incredible speakers from all the information that I can find on them. Many seem to think they are better than the Everest line. The M2's would be my speaker of choice if they were not soooooo expensive...but the cost is driven by the pursuit of in room perfection not marketing.
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Today should be a good day. I am off work, wife is at work and kids at school. Going to go get a hair cut, run by my parents house to take them out to lunch then run home and watch Need for Speed and crank the system! Afterwards play some video games and maybe watch a blu ray concert. To top it off tomorrow college football really gets going and I get to watch my Buckeyes.
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-10000 I have really good experience with Emotiva so far. For $1200 I am going to have what I consider the best pre pro on the market for my needs. Plus I don't need some little toy receiver with built in T amps. HaHa
Lol...I think you guys are at -9000, so I'll add a +9000 to level match everything again.

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I replied to this post by Jeff asking if the same holds true for the 228's but he never responded. I am guessing it should be the same as the 228 has 129db peak capability. I just added a 9db boost at 100hz on a LS12 (I think) slope on my inuke3000 DSP's. I know adding this boost will cut into the power reserves of the inukes, but I have one inuke3000dsp bridged for each 228 so I am thinking I will be good up to reference.

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What is a LS12 slope? Is that something intrinsic to the iNukes? I saw @Archaea mention doing something similar with his subs, but I'm not following? Please explain.

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I honestly don't think it's in your head at all...more like your ears. Gotta trust them I'm sure they must be fantastic and I'm really curious to hear them since you're making such a big move.
I selfishly wish you could have done an A/B before selling off the 212s...would have been a good read...but not surprised by the fast sale.
Shame this didn't get to happen in your space @Gooddoc .

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Perhaps a future GTG for us east coasters might be in order to hear your new JBL, along with someone's 215 and 212
Oh, I forsee this happening before years end if I know @Gorilla83 ...lol

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Oh, I forsee this happening before years end if I know @Gorilla83 ...lol

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I would NOT be against that.
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What is a LS12 slope? Is that something intrinsic to the iNukes? I saw @Archaea mention doing something similar with his subs, but I'm not following? Please explain
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I can do that
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I prefer the L6 slope. I tweak all the time (hmmm that doesn't sound good haha) but here is what I am using at the moment:




However, the next album I went to that sounded a little "thick" so I switched to this. Notice I just changed the freq response knob.





Keep in mind, the controls on the left on the screen pics control both left and right speakers, I don't have to do the same to band 2 but I can if I want even more tweakability. I can do something like this where I boost the higher bass more with the left side and the lower bass with the right - remember, both eq's affect both left and right speakers. This is on the BP setting so now I have a Q knob to change the amount of frequencies affected.




Man I love the inuke dsp. It's complete control of the bass sound at an instant.



Before anyone says anything about my inputs being higher than the outputs (happens every time I post a inuke dsp screen shot), it doesn't matter. When I crank it up the output lights still come on before the inputs.
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I prefer the L6 slope. I tweak all the time (hmmm that doesn't sound good haha) but here is what I am using at the moment:




However, the next album I went to that sounded a little "thick" so I switched to this. Notice I just changed the freq response knob.





Keep in mind, the controls on the left on the screen pics control both left and right speakers, I don't have to do the same to band 2 but I can if I want even more tweakability. I can do something like this where I boost the higher bass more with the left side and the lower bass with the right - remember, both eq's affect both left and right speakers. This is on the BP setting so now I have a Q knob to change the amount of frequencies affected.




Man I love the inuke dsp. It's complete control of the bass sound at an instant.



Before anyone says anything about my inputs being higher than the outputs (happens every time I post a inuke dsp screen shot), it doesn't matter. When I crank it up the output lights still come on before the inputs.
Do you use the PEQ?

I cannot wait to get inuke out next week and start tweaking.
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Do you use the PEQ?

I cannot wait to get inuke out next week and start tweaking.

I have played with the PEQ a lot, but it's just not as easy to make changes on the fly IMO. As you can see I'm not actually using the dynamic eq function where the bass gets quieter as the volume goes up since the theshold is at 0. I've been told that is a big no no but my amp volume is set on -8.5 and I have fully maxed out the inuke 3000 to clipping with no bad sounds or any issues so I'm not worried about it. Plus I haven't gone to those volume levels since I first hooked up the inuke.

Oh, I do have a peak at 60hz that I pull down with the PEQ but that's all I use it for.
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Me three Oh, and a 4K projector. This stuff never ends. My biggest concern is the that the new Atmos AVRs and/or pre/pros won't have a chipset that can do HDCP 2.2 (except Onkyo but they made different compromises including dropping Audessey) so what do we do in a couple years when 4K blu ray comes out and forces us all upgrade again to something HDCP 2.2 compliant. It never ends!!!!!
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I have played with the PEQ a lot, but it's just not as easy to make changes on the fly IMO. As you can see I'm not actually using the dynamic eq function where the bass gets quieter as the volume goes up since the theshold is at 0. I've been told that is a big no no but my amp volume is set on -8.5 and I have fully maxed out the inuke 3000 to clipping with no bad sounds or any issues so I'm not worried about it. Plus I haven't gone to those volume levels since I first hooked up the inuke.

Oh, I do have a peak at 60hz that I pull down with the PEQ but that's all I use it for.
I forget, can you hook up the iNuke to your Network?
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The Danley's were tough to let go also. Am I the only one to get emotionally attached to speakers?

What's up with that? I think I'm getting soft in my old age
Yes, I was pretty sad about those 60f's leaving too, knowing carp was already having fun with my sh50's helped quell the tears tho
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I don't think so as there is only the USB connection but that would be a great idea!
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