Small update again.
Got a little tune time in today with Vibsensor. I have separated the layers, so i can test with each and both. There seems to be slight differences between bottom layer and top measurements, and i suspect it is becouse the MA are kind of springy when not active, so the layer not active affects the active one.
Anyway it is clear to see that dual layers gives more movement than a single layer.
Here is White Noise 0-50 hz, what layer is active is in pic name.
Dual layer measures pretty equal to one layer, only louder. It is indeed like turning on a second setup(as that is exactly what is happening).
Anybody wanna see the response from the MA directly? Here is measurement with the Iphone directly ON the MA.
So after this i connected the amp like i had it before, two MA’s in parallel pr
channel, including one channel on the second amp, and finally got the 4 BK’s connected to my spare amp, and started tuning.
WOW !! 6x NU6K, 6x MA’s, 4x BK’s is REALLY starting to get violent, LOL. It is so precise, linear, visceral, gut wrenching and jaw dropping, it is insane, LOL. I only tested with a few clips earlier, but holy moly this is fun. The earth shaking feeling from the MA’s deep down low, combined with the "slap me from behind" and violent punch from the BK’s is truly fun to experience. They really fill out each other perfectly
And yes SBuger, it did help with 4 of them, compared to the 2 i had earlier. You were right
Man they can shake things around, having a remote control laying on the couch centersection is hopeless, LOL.
I am a gadget man, so i got a little package in the mail the other day.
It is a bluetooth barbecue temp sensor kit with 6 sensors
So now i can monitor temps on each MA, and do it from my phone, LOL.
I can even monitor it over time
It was very easy getting up and running, and they are already mounted on the spacer board to each MA, and it was much more responsive than the outside temp kit i have used up until now. Awsome