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post #181 of 233 Old 02-02-2014, 05:26 PM
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Ok great. They look awesome! I'm going with 10 cubic feet squares as well.. I'm still waiting on my enclosure/furniture builder though, ugh!
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They will likely cause structural damage to your house, which is good for conversation. Keep us informed on the sound quality of these monsters.

I'm not talking about the kind of speakers you just listen to, I'm talking about the kind of sound you can feel.
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They will likely cause structural damage to your house, which is good for conversation. Keep us informed on the sound quality of these monsters.
My house is made of concrete biggrin.giftongue.gif
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post #184 of 233 Old 04-12-2014, 07:07 PM
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Wolf its been a couple months how you like your 24s.
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the more power I feeding them, the more I like it biggrin.gif might consider re-build it to larger cabinet tongue.gif
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the more power I feeding them, the more I like it biggrin.gif might consider re-build it to larger cabinet tongue.gif

Do it!! I know we've talked about it a bit, but the results of last weekend really speak for this. A 15 cube cabinet, or even bigger, and at least a few thousand watts a piece....you'll be in bass heaven. Heck, when my SP12000s get here I'm trying 3000w and 6000w and if the 6k grabs me by the bag, I'm gettin' two more biggrin.gif
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Do it!! I know we've talked about it a bit, but the results of last weekend really speak for this. A 15 cube cabinet, or even bigger, and at least a few thousand watts a piece....you'll be in bass heaven. Heck, when my SP12000s get here I'm trying 3000w and 6000w and if the 6k grabs me by the bag, I'm gettin' two more biggrin.gif
I was tried 3.4kW yesterday, it's awesome, should I pushing further & try 4.8kW? tongue.gifbiggrin.gif
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I was tried 3.4kW yesterday, it's awesome, should I pushing further & try 4.8kW? tongue.gifbiggrin.gif
if they don't hit mechanical limit, i don't see why that's a problem.
furthermore, you won't actually be feeding 4.8kw to it.
unless you're feeding them sine waves at the exact worst possible frequency or be running continuous frequency sweep.

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I was tried 3.4kW yesterday, it's awesome, should I pushing further & try 4.8kW? tongue.gifbiggrin.gif
Do you have Klippel measurements on these drivers?

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Do you have Klippel measurements on these drivers?
Not yet biggrin.gif too lazy to do that at this moment tongue.gif just want to enjoy it tongue.gif
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no but they will sound better and... they can be used in just about any enclosure. including a front loaded horn.

Hmm. I wonder what happen to this guy? The SI 24 was well received by the heavy hitters at the latest gtg. Wonder what he has to say now?
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Swolephile, when will your second SI24 reach your hand? biggrin.gif
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When Nick gets his parts in and catches up on his order list. There is a line of people who have orders waiting to be fullfilled first. Figured I would wait for him to catch up before placing my second order.
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I've got a feeling that the popularity of this 24" will only increase. That much swept area has so many inherent advantages to begin with ... the remaining particulars just add icing to the cake.

There's an argument to be made for multiple distributed lesser subs as well, but then again there's an argument to be made for multiple distributed 24"s ...

It seems only a short time ago a dearth of drivers presented us with seemingly few options (especially with regard to IB appropriate drivers). These days the options are abundant.

Good luck with these, keep us updated please.

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When Nick gets his parts in and catches up on his order list. There is a line of people who have orders waiting to be fullfilled first. Figured I would wait for him to catch up before placing my second order.

It won't be long now. I'm nearing catching up on the orders list. I should be completely caught up by the end of next week. And the new spiders are in stock now. Between you guys and OEM clients I've had to place a re-stocking order from our hard and soft part manufacturers to keep up. cool.gif
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I've got a feeling that the popularity of this 24" will only increase. That much swept area has so many inherent advantages to begin with ... the remaining particulars just add icing to the cake.

There's an argument to be made for multiple distributed lesser subs as well, but then again there's an argument to be made for multiple distributed 24"s ...

It seems only a short time ago a dearth of drivers presented us with seemingly few options (especially with regard to IB appropriate drivers). These days the options are abundant.

Good luck with these, keep us updated please.

Brandon's G2G showed how encompasing a single 24 can be. Just a single HS 24 up front in the middle of the room yet it filled the entire basement with bass. The fact that Bosso was impressed by the woofers performance has made me a very happy camper. And I can't end this post without stating how great it was having him and his son at the G2G with their measurement software to capture everything. Awesome software that showed everything that was going on.
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I need to add to my poast a little bit:

IF I can bring these drivers/motors out to the DIY community I will be sure to make them available. cool.gif My above post made it sound like there was no way they would reach DIY but that's not entirely true.
Nick, is that motor an improved version or a completely new & much better motor?
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Awesome software that showed everything that was going on.

Was there a bass-gasm graph that was normalized based upon the number of people attending? tongue.gif
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Nick, is that motor an improved version or a completely new & much better motor?

Two pages back my friend:
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I probably should have said more about the motors other than a few highlights and a picture. tongue.gif These motors are more of a statement piece than anything that will be available for the DIY community. Those motors are the first motors of a few different motors that I have designed to really show what can be done with the 24" platform. We will be going to a few shows throughout the year and talking to multiple vendors about the performance and availability of the 24 so things might get interesting in the retail market pretty soon. biggrin.gif

One of the two motors pictured is for me personally and the other motor will be used for meetings. cool.gif
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Hey nick can you get back to me on that question.

Thanks for your time.
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Here is what I got using this calculator

What "Calculator Program are you using?
This doesn't look like WinISP PRO.
 


so, polyfill/ pillows are not needed?
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Here is what I got using this calculator



so, polyfill/ pillows are not needed?

What calculator are you using?

This doesn't look like WinIPP Pro.

 

Can you PM me?

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Hey nick can you get back to me on that question.

Thanks for your time.

What was your last question?
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Pm sent

I don't check my PM's (IIRC They are turned "off"). Could you email me at the htsales email address? Thanks, Nick.
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I don't check my PM's (IIRC They are turned "off"). Could you email me at the htsales email address? Thanks, Nick.

That's interesting. How does one turn off PMs for all users? I've tried to figure out how to do that with this new platform but haven't been able to do so. So far, I've only been able to do it with specific users by putting them on ignore. Please give specific instructions of how to do this.
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It won't be long now. I'm nearing catching up on the orders list. I should be completely caught up by the end of next week. And the new spiders are in stock now. Between you guys and OEM clients I've had to place a re-stocking order from our hard and soft part manufacturers to keep up. cool.gif
Brandon's G2G showed how encompasing a single 24 can be. Just a single HS 24 up front in the middle of the room yet it filled the entire basement with bass. The fact that Bosso was impressed by the woofers performance has made me a very happy camper. And I can't end this post without stating how great it was having him and his son at the G2G with their measurement software to capture everything. Awesome software that showed everything that was going on.

So you are still making them?

I thought that you were no longer going to be making the HTS line of drivers...

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So you are still making them?

I thought that you were no longer going to be making the HTS line of drivers...

I said "HS 24" not "HST 18". Two different models and two completely different subwoofers. The HST line was, as I stated before on this forum, a very limited run of drivers. The HS 24, on the other hand, is a woofer that will have a positive future for years to come.
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That hS 24 barely has to move at that size... Impressive. The boxes required on
These suckers are crazy big though...

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I said "HS 24" not "HST 18". Two different models and two completely different subwoofers. The HST line was, as I stated before on this forum, a very limited run of drivers. The HS 24, on the other hand, is a woofer that will have a positive future for years to come.

Got it,

I was a little excited there fore a second cause I thought the 18s were going to be made again.

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