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it get smaller on top as well. i worked in construction for years as electric engineer and never seen this kinda crack happen before. couldnt say for sure if it is a construction error but it appeared after playing loud some chakra resonance mediation sound. i have replaced the sub to the middle of the room now and port towards the center of the room. it stopped giving this huge resonances now but the lower bass is suffering in room and the bass in the hallway is allmost doubled. was thinking to put it on the middle of the side of the room next to the windows. the're made from bulletproof plastic so they should survive. i had glass windows before but they didnt survive .
possibly that is the case. that it was allready there. the 2 walls come together right at that point and it hit a resonance there and i doubted that it could be from the sub. there are 20cm thick concrete walls so it is kinda hard to imagine this was caused by the sub. but it appeared right after i played this loud tones. under here is a open area and the building is standing on weaponed concrete poles with open space between them and the room here is mostly closed construction. the neighbour upstairs also has a crack in the wall at the same spot as i have at the same time i had it. its strange as it is.. no earthquakes or anything happen in this area i have no real evidence that it actually was the sub but i cant think of anything else that might have caused it. like i said i have never seen this kinda crack happen before and i have seen many in the years on the job.
Just an update - I have a lead on a used RC-62 in good condition for around 250, hopefully that works out but I decided I would wait it out for a 62 regardless, so thanks for recommending this model.
Now, I wonder if you or anyone else can weigh in on a completely different , non Klipsch related topic :
I have placed the dayton sub on the ground and in the corner of the partition where my TV will hang, and in line with the in-ceiling speakers (the front-left is visible in the pic attached). I have been reading about phase and some have advised that if the Sub is in the "Front Soundstage" or "In line" with the mains - it is (generally) recommended to set phase to 0; Anywhere else - to experiment, adding that the room layout has a large affect on it etc...
Firstly - I can say confidently say that with my setup, the bass sounds considerably better set to 180 - fuller louder and deeper. When set to 0 it is noticeable how relatively faint it sounds.
I understand that there are many factors in this equation and I know I will be keeping the phase at 180 for now - I am just really interested in the science behind it. Is my sub, being on the floor but underneath the in-ceiling fronts, considered to be "in line" or in the "front soundstage"? Or are people recommending the 0 phase when the sub and fronts are both on the floor and in the same line?
Second- I am no professional, but have heard quite a few subs lately during my short research. To my ears this tiny Dayton sub is spectacular. Am I even allowed to say something like this in a Klipsch thread?
pink floyd's welcome to the machine made the toiletdoor and cupboard doors fell off and i had to tighten the screws on all the doors.. this music is demolishing indeed.. but i never going to try chakra balancing music mixed with earthtones again as that demolishes even the neighbours front of the appartment over here lol
a friend of mine got a peerless woofer and it ruined the whole kitchen on volume 8.. can't disagree that subs do a lot of damage with some music. the crack in the concrete wall is questionable but the rest certainly ain't