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That's probably the least WAF friendly setup I've ever seen xD
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WAF approval or not..it must sound fantasic in you room...but my laptop speakers suck!!biggrin.gif

Btw...I love the Enima CD..wink.gif.

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WAF is for the birds...
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Thanks for sharing! smile.gif

Ascend and Rythmik are terrific performers and the Ascends in particular offer very good value IMO.

Just a couple of bits of advice though... to get the most of your mains, you should investigate ways of getting them lower such that the tweeters are at, or close to seated ear level. This is particularly important for the 340's as highlighted by David in his recent posts starting from here onwards: http://www.avsforum.com/t/629769/ascend-se-owners-thread/3840#post_24341534.

Also, speakers sitting atop shelves or units etc should be pulled as far forward as possible... even overhanging the front edge if you can do it. This will reduce as much as possible unwanted reflections off the surface in front of the speaker. Re-run your AVR's auto-setup for best effect.

Good luck and thanks again.
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How big is that room? Is that 90dB from the MLP the max you can go before distortion? I'm just curious as am looking at the 340's and Sierra 1's but have a much smaller room. What are you using to push them too?

I love to rock out to Tool as well so want to make sure the Sierra 1's will do justice when I feel like turning it up...a lot.
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How big is that room? Is that 90dB from the MLP the max you can go before distortion? I'm just curious as am looking at the 340's and Sierra 1's but have a much smaller room. What are you using to push them too?

I love to rock out to Tool as well so want to make sure the Sierra 1's will do justice when I feel like turning it up...a lot.

No I can go more. To be honest my 2 year old got ahold of my SPL meter the other day ( which is why its missing the foam piece) and I think something is wrong with it. I started at -15 and was averaging 88dbs when turned it up to -10 I was averaging 90... doesn't quite add up...

Anyway no they can go far louder but in all honesty I haven't ever pushed them to distortion. When I go back I'll make a five finger death punch video. I can run my 340s full range at -10 with absolutely no distortion or any sign of strain. There actually pretty impressive when pushed hard.

Room is 14x19 and semi open as u can see to the dining/kitchen

If u like tool these speakers reproduce the effects amazing IMO.

Honestly the only thing I don't like about Therese speakers is that there soooo accurate they make CDs sound amazing but they really shower the low quality of any lesser quality download. They don't add anything to the music. I would imagine the sierra just as accurate but more "pretty sounding" if that makes sense

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Thanks for sharing! smile.gif

Ascend and Rythmik are terrific performers and the Ascends in particular offer very good value IMO.

Just a couple of bits of advice though... to get the most of your mains, you should investigate ways of getting them lower such that the tweeters are at, or close to seated ear level. This is particularly important for the 340's as highlighted by David in his recent posts starting from here onwards: http://www.avsforum.com/t/629769/ascend-se-owners-thread/3840#post_24341534.

Also, speakers sitting atop shelves or units etc should be pulled as far forward as possible... even overhanging the front edge if you can do it. This will reduce as much as possible unwanted reflections off the surface in front of the speaker. Re-run your AVR's auto-setup for best effect.

Good luck and thanks again.

Thanks for the info and yes your absolutely correct in suggestions.

That set up is pretty temporary because I'm getting a new demon avr and some Sierra towers to make a 7.2 system so I'll just leave it for now but I will move my 340s out as far as possible on those shelves.

Also I do have them 2 feet from the wall as recommended but I can see where getting them in front of the shelf would help SQ.

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No I can go more. To be honest my 2 year old got ahold of my SPL meter the other day ( which is why its missing the foam piece) and I think something is wrong with it. I started at -15 and was averaging 88dbs when turned it up to -10 I was averaging 90... doesn't quite add up...

Anyway no they can go far louder but in all honesty I haven't ever pushed them to distortion. When I go back I'll make a five finger death punch video. I can run my 340s full range at -10 with absolutely no distortion or any sign of strain. There actually pretty impressive when pushed hard.

Room is 14x19 and semi open as u can see to the dining/kitchen

If u like tool these speakers reproduce the effects amazing IMO.

Honestly the only thing I don't like about Therese speakers is that there soooo accurate they make CDs sound amazing but they really shower the low quality of any lesser quality download. They don't add anything to the music. I would imagine the sierra just as accurate but more "pretty sounding" if that makes sense

If you like Tool...you should give a listen to APC( A Perfect Circle) "The Noose"...its an amazing track to crank up...I use it to demo my Sierra's around -8dbs which would put the listening levels at the LP ~105dbs....I sat back and smiled...biggrin.gif

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That's probably the least WAF friendly setup I've ever seen xD

Really? I know its not great WAF but the worst ever? Lol wow tongue.gif

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Those videos are all 2ch btw

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If you like Tool...you should give a listen to APC( A Perfect Circle) "The Noose"...its an amazing track to crank up...I use it to demo my Sierra's around -8dbs which would put the listening levels at the LP ~105dbs....I sat back and smiled...biggrin.gif

Yes I love a perfect circle and own the CD.

I think I like tool a little more cause they seem to jam a little harder but still get laid back as well

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How big is that room? Is that 90dB from the MLP the max you can go before distortion? I'm just curious as am looking at the 340's and Sierra 1's but have a much smaller room. What are you using to push them too?

I love to rock out to Tool as well so want to make sure the Sierra 1's will do justice when I feel like turning it up...a lot.

Oh and there just being pushed by my yamy. Um 100 watts per channel

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Lets see if those Rythmiks can vibrate that beer bottle off the shelf with some low-freq dub step smile.gif

No balls! biggrin.gif
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Lets see if those Rythmiks can vibrate that beer bottle off the shelf with some low-freq dub step smile.gif

No balls! biggrin.gif

I work on the road but I'll be home sat night till Sunday! Looks like I'll have to make another video!! Lol

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That's probably the least WAF friendly setup I've ever seen xD

You must not frequent this subwoofer forum very often then:). I've seen some setups that only a mother could love. I'm talking 10' water heater looking beasts.

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You must not frequent this subwoofer forum very often then:). I've seen some setups that only a mother could love. I'm talking 10' water heater looking beasts.

I was referring more to the random monitor on the fireplace, lol
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Really? I know its not great WAF but the worst ever? Lol wow tongue.gif

I like making hyperbolic posts. It usually leads to hilarity and misunderstanding on the internet tongue.gif
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I like your music style! APC, Grunge, etc. Good stuff! What are you recording with?

Also, if you want those to stay up, you might add the song name and author in the title or Youtube will cut the audio.
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Okay didn't know that thanks!

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No I can go more. To be honest my 2 year old got ahold of my SPL meter the other day ( which is why its missing the foam piece) and I think something is wrong with it.

A 2 year old had it, and you "think" something is wrong with it? (lmao)

Nice looking setup! smile.gif

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Lol ya nice to hear from ya cel!

Ya sure he did his fair share of damage. "Hey look it says 95 when I throw it on the carpet, 105 when it hits the tile and 110 when I smash it off the lamenent.. I wonder what those numbers mean.."

Thanks its a work in progress.

House is still new so I need to start decorating the room. Should be looking better before long

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My 6 month old thought she could eat my meter a few days ago. She kept trying to get the ball on top haha

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Ya sure he did his fair share of damage. "Hey look it says 95 when I throw it on the carpet, 105 when it hits the tile and 110 when I smash it off the lamenent.. I wonder what those numbers mean.."

Give it about a year when he's a little older. Those port holes in your subs will look like nice places to store food or good tunnels for matchbox cars biggrin.gif
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Looks decorated to me. Got plenty of audio equipment! smile.gif

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Give it about a year when he's a little older. Those port holes in your subs will look like nice places to store food or good tunnels for matchbox cars biggrin.gif

+1, x about 100 instances wink.gif My old sub smelled like fish crackers, was so happy when my new SVS sub came with a grill!
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+1, x about 100 instances wink.gifMy old sub smelled like fish crackers, was so happy when my new SVS sub came with a grill!

You were lucky. My neighbors son tried to put a PB&J into the DVD player. eek.gif

I didn't have any sub problems when my son was young. My old NHT sub had a rear port. Then I bought one of those ugly, cheap particle board entertainment centers with the glass doors to protect all the electronics.

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