Quote:Originally Posted by neutro That's actually... pretty awesome! I thought about just putting a glass surface over the top, but that would block airflow I guess. Your table surface seems to have a bit of clearance for port...
Quote:Originally Posted by dlbeck If anyone is interested I'm selling the following equipment.
Carada 118" BW Criterion 16x9 screen
Pair of Axiom QS8's
If interested let me know. Ready to make some deals. All equipment...
Quote:Originally Posted by neutro
[*] Put a cloth to protect the finish. Piano black is easily scratched.
[*] Don't put fragile things (e.g. photo frames) on it or at least test if the vibrations can make them fall over.
Quote:Originally Posted by Erich H The first ones will be cheaper because I won't be getting the crossover boards until about the 26th. I've got baffles for all of them, but flat packs for 4 designs at the moment. I'll have to ask...
Quote:Originally Posted by jim19611961 I would put the fluffy on top and the 703 on the bottom.
Actually; I was curious and tried reversing the order - the result was the same
For now my plan will be to hit the books with that link...
And one more test. I have no idea how it relates (or indirectly relates) to the one immediately above ^^^^.
So I added lots of absorption on the floor between the MLP and the left main
Red = bare carpet
Green = 4" pink fluffy
And this one is with the left main at the normal horiz. position, and the variable is increasing the height.
Red = normal height
Blue + 24"
And if I were guess at a conclusion >> for the 150~200 Hz nulls:
And the next series is with the left main at it's normal position relative to the left wall
However; the variable here is the fore-back distance in 1' increments from the listener
Green is -1' closer to the MLP
Red is the normal...