Originally Posted by brian6751
they are great speakers, but not cheap. over $1200 just for the components and Bob's nice cross overs. They sound awesome and can get very loud with very little power. no sub needed for music. make sure to also look at the SEOS Sentinel or the SEOS 15 / TD15. these might be a better bang for your buck with your sub system.
i have been wondering what something like the Sentinel or that TD15 combo in a Cornscala sized cabinet would be like.........
Yea I'm interested in the options. I already have the SEOS 12 with the Deltalite driver for front three. I could eventually build a fourth of those and use them as surrounds and then build some SEOS 15's or Cornscala's for the front three.
Originally Posted by N8DOGG
I'm that guy that never paints the bottoms of his subs lol. It part being lazy and part with the bottoms painted, it's extremely hard to slide them on the carpet once done.
Our rooms are really similar in size. I will be picking mine up Tuesday next week. I'm really looking forward to see what you think in your room! I know it's going to be pretty insane but HOW insane is what interests me. As of now, I'm 136dB @ 15hz, I'm hoping these will actully be able to blow a chicks dress off
Will let you know! Should be nuts
Originally Posted by lukeamdman
Is the Duratex easy to apply or is it a pain?
Super easy. Get a foam roller from Speaker-hardware. Gives a really nice texture and makes it really easy to apply. Just put a thick but even first coat that seals it completely and then add coats for desired texture. Dries really quick and cures rock hard. Can take a screw driver to it once it's fully cured and won't do a lot.
Hatches fit nicely!
In front of the screen. I think this will measure well but I'll get to that tomorrow and play around with positioning a bit.
If I put them like this I would slide them the 28 inches back against the wall / under the screen and the other foot and a half would be peaking out.