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I reloaded winsid but cant a port to the design.
Are you looking for a specific ported box design? I can come up with something in a few minutes.

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Its in th post above. I loaded my driver but cant add a port to the box design
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I want to verify this is right. This is a mini marty with the port out the back. Is the port length correct? The same port cutlist length was used. 43"
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I want to verify this is right. This is a mini marty with the port out the back. Is the port length correct? The same port cutlist length was used. 43"
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Please need some help. For lining the sub walls, can i use plain 2 inch foam instead off eggcrate foam?

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Please need some help. For lining the sub walls, can i use plain 2 inch foam instead off eggcrate foam?

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Yes, as long as it's open cell foam (you can blow through it).

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Hi team - i am running two micro martys off a 3000dsp. Would swapping it out for a 6000dsp with double the power give me an upgrade?
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Hi team - i am running two micro martys off a 3000dsp. Would swapping it out for a 6000dsp with double the power give me an upgrade?
What drivers? What impedance? What's the power required to get the drivers to xMax in those boxes?

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What drivers? What impedance? What's the power required to get the drivers to xMax in those boxes?
Dayton rss390ho-4, 4ohms, and no idea.
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Did you see my reply in the other thread?

Remove the limiter, you don't need it, and it's just going to make you hit the limit light before you're at full capability.

Then set your sub trim nice and low (around -10dB is good) and then increase the amp knobs until your subs are back at the level you want them to be. Then keep doing what you're doing with the RP1 race scene and see what happens with your limit lights. The low sub trim will protect you against AVR clipping and amp input clipping.

It's perfectly fine to hit the limit lights on the loudest hits. Even with the limiter "disabled" it still kicks in right at the point where the amp starts to clip. They designed it to always be a safeguard against hard clipping.
I searched your other post and found where you said to remove the limiter for the ST HST. But it has a rms rating of 2k where the Dayton he is using has a rms rating of 1k. So you still recommend removing the limiter even with the Ultimax 18s?

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I did a few measurements of my dual Full Marty setup. My mic started clipping though so the attached file is where I maxxed out mic wise.... 16hz HPF in place. The blue line is the clipping measurement.
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I did a few measurements of my dual Full Marty setup. My mic started clipping though so the attached file is where I maxxed out mic wise.... 16hz HPF in place. The blue line is the clipping measurement.
are you running a limiter on yours?

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are you running a limiter on yours?
I run a 16hz HPF under normal operation. Everything is done via miniDSP.

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are you running a limiter on yours?
I run a 16hz HPF under normal operation. Everything is done via miniDSP.
makes me feel a little better about increasing the nx6000d wattage limiter. If you aren’t running one and the subs are performing well, no reason to have such a low limited set on mine.

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I'm adding two Marty Cubes with a UM18-22 drivers and am looking for some help to make sure I don't screw up the wiring. A couple questions:

- Do I need two RCA to XLR cables from the AVR to the iNuke? My AVR (Denon4300) has two outputs just wondering if I can run one and them use bi-amp mode on the iNuke.

- I get confused with all the series vs parallel stuff so wondering if someone can take a look at the picture below and let me know if I've laid things out correctly. I'm a visual person so this helped me visualize things.

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I'm adding two Marty Cubes with a UM18-22 drivers and am looking for some help to make sure I don't screw up the wiring. A couple questions:

- Do I need two RCA to XLR cables from the AVR to the iNuke? My AVR (Denon4300) has two outputs just wondering if I can run one and them use bi-amp mode on the iNuke.
You can do either. The Audyssey XT32 on your AVR-X4300 will set distance/delay separately for each sub, or you can handle that in the nu6k.

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- I get confused with all the series vs parallel stuff so wondering if someone can take a look at the picture below and let me know if I've laid things out correctly. I'm a visual person so this helped me visualize things.
Your diagram is correct for a 4 ohm load to each channel.

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You can do either. The Audyssey XT32 on your AVR-X4300 will set distance/delay separately for each sub, or you can handle that in the nu6k.



Your diagram is correct for a 4 ohm load to each channel.
Awesome. Thanks for the confirmation. You can never be too sure especially for a newb like myself.
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Anybody see the graph mentioned in FAQ post #1 that compares sealed and vented with the same driver and power?
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Anybody see the graph mentioned in FAQ post #1 that compares sealed and vented with the same driver and power?
Yeah, but they're long gone. They all look pretty much the same though, with ported (blue) showing more SPL until tuning, and sealed (red) showing more very low, but at such low SPL, it doesn't matter anyway. Something like this:


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Yeah, but they're long gone. They all look pretty much the same though, with ported (blue) showing more SPL until tuning, and sealed (red) showing more very low, but at such low SPL, it doesn't matter anyway. Something like this:
Thank you, sir!

Here's another question a colleague has about these: Any idea what the 2.83 V sensitivity of a finished (vented) "Mid" Marty (8.3 cubic feet) with a UM-18 would be?

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Thank you, sir!

Here's another question a colleague has about these: Any idea what the 2.83 V sensitivity of a finished (vented) "Mid" Marty (8.3 cubic feet) with a UM-18 would be?

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Thank you. I am familiar with the sensitivity spec of the UM-18, but the cabinet has an impact on sensitivity...and I've just not seen anyone provide a "finished product" spec.
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Thank you. I am familiar with the sensitivity spec of the UM-18, but the cabinet has an impact on sensitivity...and I've just not seen anyone provide a "finished product" spec.
You can model it with those specs, but it should still be within 1 dB or so of the figure listed. That is a negligible difference. I used a different driver in a 10+ cu. ft. box, and it modeled within .34 dB of spec.
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is this the latest cut list for the fullsize marty?

Need someone to verify that this is the most recent cutlist fullsize marty
post #4599 from the Marty Sub FAQ
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I just want to say many thanks for this forum and all the people who have contributed. I just completed a full marty build with the UM18-22 driver for my system and all I can say is WOW! I'm not much of a wood-worker, but with a skillsaw and borrowed router, things came out pretty nice. I ended up painting it to match the wall colors, and my wife fully approves -- that's really all that matters!). I had a couple of issues with setting up the Behringer NX3000D (me being stupid!), but once things were dialed in, my wife came in to inform me I had knocked some pictures off the family room wall. I am mostly a 2-channel guy, and already had a sealed Craigsub from several years ago that I was using. But we recently moved to a new house where I was able to finally have my own dedicated listening room so I thought adding a little 'punch' for movies would be nice. It turns out that after spending the better part of a day setting things up, I am using the full Marty for 2 channel listening as well (I was very surprised to discover that I could use both subs for 2-channel music -- I ended up with them at 1/4 spacing along the front wall).


Again, thanks so much to all the folks who have contributed to this thread. I couldn't be happier, and last night, my wife insisted we watch the movie in 'my room' as opposed to the family room system -- that never happens!
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I just want to say many thanks for this forum and all the people who have contributed. I just completed a full marty build with the UM18-22 driver for my system and all I can say is WOW! I'm not much of a wood-worker, but with a skillsaw and borrowed router, things came out pretty nice. I ended up painting it to match the wall colors, and my wife fully approves -- that's really all that matters!). I had a couple of issues with setting up the Behringer NX3000D (me being stupid!), but once things were dialed in, my wife came in to inform me I had knocked some pictures off the family room wall. I am mostly a 2-channel guy, and already had a sealed Craigsub from several years ago that I was using. But we recently moved to a new house where I was able to finally have my own dedicated listening room so I thought adding a little 'punch' for movies would be nice. It turns out that after spending the better part of a day setting things up, I am using the full Marty for 2 channel listening as well (I was very surprised to discover that I could use both subs for 2-channel music -- I ended up with them at 1/4 spacing along the front wall).


Again, thanks so much to all the folks who have contributed to this thread. I couldn't be happier, and last night, my wife insisted we watch the movie in 'my room' as opposed to the family room system -- that never happens!

It certainly turned out looking great. Congrats on a project well done and welcome to DIY.


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