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@eng-399 I am planning on bringing my pair of 88 Specials.


Sweet!!!' I'll add that to the mix of speakers coming I was just talking to @JCJetta about these he was thinking on doing this for his lcr in his room. I always wanted to hear those.
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Yeah that's fine.

If someone wants to buy the VBSS enclosures off me at the GTG (without the drivers, I may use them in another project) that would be cool too! They are just sitting here and I am trying to clear a bunch of unused stuff out.
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@eng-399 I am planning on bringing my pair of 88 Specials.
Oh hells yes! I'm contemplating spending the extra money and upgrading from the Fusion 8s to those.

Completely unrelated - today marks the first time I hung a sheet of drywall on a weeknight. Hoping to to have most of my drywall complete before this GTG.
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Yeah that's fine.

If someone wants to buy the VBSS enclosures off me at the GTG (without the drivers, I may use them in another project) that would be cool too! They are just sitting here and I am trying to clear a bunch of unused stuff out.
Hmmmm... PM me as I may be interested lol...
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Yeah that's fine.

If someone wants to buy the VBSS enclosures off me at the GTG (without the drivers, I may use them in another project) that would be cool too! They are just sitting here and I am trying to clear a bunch of unused stuff out.
I might be interested in them.

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@mtg90 any chance we can get to hear the flex-12 and VBSS again. I can help out like last time bringing them by.
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I second this request, especially for the VBSS', in fact I can supply the inuke 3000dsp, I just got mine back from Behringer; fully tested, with all presets factory reset, just needs mtg90s .arp files loaded in (by someone more experienced, with better luck than me)

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I second this request, especially for the VBSS', in fact I can supply the inuke 3000dsp, I just got mine back from Behringer; fully tested, with all presets factory reset, just needs mtg90s .arp files loaded in (by someone more experienced, with better luck than me)

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Does anyone have a need for an external 7-channel amplifier? I was going to toss my old Harman Kardon AVR 630 on Craigslist because I no longer have a use for it. It can be used as an external amplifier, as it's been measured to produce 75+ watts per channel, 5 channels driven 0.1% THD...

I also have a Monster Power conditioner HTS 3500 mkii that I'm not using. It didn't seem to make any difference in reducing noise on my system, but others may have a different experience.

I can bring either or both if anyone is interested...
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2016 Diy Speaker/Sub GTG meet with a mini REW Class and blowing up a 1260 sub!

Hey guys I think my ears and body were playing tricks on me lol. I had daman918 over last Saturday and we played a few demo clips in the room and the tactical feeling and bass wasn't there like is was before the mini riser went in. I took all the subs out of the box and put better gaskets material on them right before I installed the riser to... Long story short I took some sweeps and tested a few things and the mini riser killed the tactile feeling in base for some reason but I don't know. So I'm pulling the riser out. I like bass more than having more height in the chairs. I'll revisit the riser after meet once I modify it....
Edit: I fixed the wording in this lol if anyone caught what I wrote lol

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2016 Diy Speaker/Sub GTG meet with a mini REW Class

It still sounded great though. :-)
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Assuming the same physics are at work here, tactile sensations from tactile transducers are highly dependent on how rigid the surfaces are they are attached to, how connects vs isolated the transducer is relative to the seated person, and if there is anything that could ground the vibrations. If we look at your situation, it is possible the riser (which at low frequencies won't be very rigid) is actually resonating at a frequency in line with the subs and canceling some of the bass. We can measure that with my accelerometer if you like. It is also possible that its not isolated enough from the floor (or conversely, if the subwoofer is directly on the original riser and this new one is isolated, it is possible its too isolated. You probably want to tie the subwoofer and mini-riser together and not isolate them from each other. You want it as rigid as possible, etc.


I would not be surprised if putting a bottom plate on the mini riser and then having the subwoofer sit on an extended shelf of that bottom plate would restore that tactile feel. Rigidly connecting them (as you had mentioned once before) might further that. However, doing so will also have the problem of creating a sealed box which will act like a panel type bass absorber of unknown tuning and effect. It's also in a particularly bad location for bass dampening. Some have suggested turning risers into bass traps, but I don't see that as a good idea. I think a better option is to make the box much more rigid so its tuning frequency is much higher (well over 100hz) and its Q is very low (i.e. very broad). Another thing people often do that is probably a bad thing is fill the riser with stuffing (fiberglass, rockwool, etc.). That is a good idea for the front stage because the front stage is near a boundary (though if its part of a false wall and is too far out, it may not be a great idea), however you don't want a panel trap bass absorber in the middle of the room away from all boundaries and below where you sit. A sealed box is a giant panel trap but they are highly inefficient at absorbing energy, instead they largely just convert the pressure waves to velocity waves (with a small amount lost as heat). They won't really absorb much bass. Fill it with velocity absorbing material and suddenly its a highly efficient bass absorber.
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Anybody by chance have a set of Fusion-4 Quad-4's they are bringing lol... looking at those as an option for my loft setup in a L/R/C or L/R config...

The Fusion 8's towers may "barely" be workable but I think they might be a bit too tall for what I'm looking for....

I was mainly looking at bookies but the Fusion-4 seems like a very nice kit, its fairly skinny, shallow and somewhat tall. Plus mated with a sub it seems like it would do decent in my 12 x 16 loft....

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For what its worth, the Fusion 8 has the advantage of having better vertical dispersion (The MMTMM design of the 4 will create a suckout off axis which on one hand controls reflection from the ceiling but on the other hand can create an uneven response if you are in fact sitting off axis) and better pattern control down to a lower frequency. I've not seen polar response graphs of the 8 so I can't say its a CD design, but the lower crossover point and overall design would allow it to at least have a chance of having CD characteristics down to a much lower frequency, which has been shown to be correlated with perceived better sound by both Harman and Geddes. Based on the design alone, if I was picking based on convenience to mount on either side of a tv, I'd pick the 4. If I was looking for the best sound in a small package, I'd pick the 8.


We would need to see measurements, especially in situ, to really get a sense of this, but there have been some case studies of MTM and MMTMM (especially the MMTMM) designs having undesirable lobing at actual listening positions in the room. It isn't that an MMTMM is a bad design, it has its purpose, it's just that the interaction of the drivers off-axis isn't as straightforward as with a 2 way design and as such people can end up with an undesirable response because they didn't realize how different their vertical response pattern is.


Not that this helps you in the slightest, but when you say loft, if the loft is an open area and the desire is to "shower" the loft area and the open area with sound that is even in tonality and constant in SPL, a CBT design is possibly better. That kind of environment mimics a space more akin to what you see in commercial installations where you really need to pay attention to the dispersion pattern. If you are only listening and only care about the sound quality within a normal listening distance of the speaker (say no more than 2.5x the width between the two speakers) then this doesn't matter, but if the desire is to fill a larger space with the best possible sound, none of these are the perfect tool. CBT is a much more appropriate tool. I really would like to build some DIY CBT designs that are small, just 6-8 drivers based on 2" or 3" drivers in compact straight enclosures and shading. I already told Mike about the project idea, but I just need to find some time to measure a 3" driver I have 6 of so I can make sure that my crossover models will match real measurements and give me the desired shading and response. The design requires tank filters and padding resistors along with parallel-series wiring of the drivers to obtain the desired flat on-axis response and polar response of a CBT.
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^Might take this to PM with you, otherwise feel free to weigh in on my thread here which has some pictures and whatnot. Trying not to muddy up this GTG thread with my personal stuff lol....

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Hey guys I think my ears and body were playing tricks on me lol. I had daman918 over last Saturday and we played a few demo clips in the room and the tactical feeling and bass wasn't there like is was before the mini riser went in. I took all the subs out of the box and put better gaskets material on them right before I installed the riser to... Long story short I took some sweeps and tested a few things and the mini riser killed the tactile feeling in base for some reason but I don't know. So I'm pulling the riser out. I like bass more than having more height in the chairs. I'll revisit the riser after meet once I modify it....
Edit: I fixed the wording in this lol if anyone caught what I wrote lol
LOL, I'm glad you made the right decision (audio over video). Too bad the riser didn't help, but I have some ideas to help. It's also the resonance frequency of the couch+riser versus the couch by itself that might come into play.
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I won't be able to bring the newest addition to the family to this GTG meet, but check it out folks - I scored a pair of Goldenear Triton One speakers last night! Now, I will still bring my Goldear Trition Twos to the meet. And yes, the Goldenear Trition Twos are officially up for sale now
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I won't be able to bring the newest addition to the family to this GTG meet, but check it out folks - I scored a pair of Goldenear Triton One speakers last night! Now, I will still bring my Goldear Trition Twos to the meet. And yes, the Goldenear Trition Twos are officially up for sale now


Those speakers look bad $$&! Congrats Mike!!!
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I won't be able to bring the newest addition to the family to this GTG meet, but check it out folks - I scored a pair of Goldenear Triton One speakers last night! Now, I will still bring my Goldear Trition Twos to the meet. And yes, the Goldenear Trition Twos are officially up for sale now

Awesome!


Gotta say, that room seems to be BEGGING for a nice projector and screen.
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Hey guys I think my ears and body were playing tricks on me lol. I had daman918 over last Saturday and we played a few demo clips in the room and the tactical feeling and bass wasn't there like is was before the mini riser went in. I took all the subs out of the box and put better gaskets material on them right before I installed the riser to... Long story short I took some sweeps and tested a few things and the mini riser killed the tactile feeling in base for some reason but I don't know. So I'm pulling the riser out. I like bass more than having more height in the chairs. I'll revisit the riser after meet once I modify it....
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Sure you didn't miswire something when you were installing new gaskets. If it was easily perceptible, its seems quite likely that would be the culprit. An out of phase woofer can kill 2 woofers. And that's significant.

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Sure you didn't miswire something when you were installing new gaskets. If it was easily perceptible, its seems quite likely that would be the culprit. An out of phase woofer can kill 2 woofers. And that's significant.

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Your right I'll give that a second look and see what I find. Good idea.
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If they're passive subs you can quickly and easily do battery tests to see what phase they're in.

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@eng-399 ,
Awesome! I love my Marantz SR 7008, and now you make me want to upgrade.
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Awesome! I love my Marantz SR 7008, and now you make me want to upgrade.


Thanks it was a late night night getting everything hooked up. I think I stopped at 2:30 once I down loaded most of the updates on it. It looks like there's one more to go the auro 3D and that's it. I had a bad humm through the speakers like last time but I was able to fix that and get the speakers quiet once again, that's what took so long. The another problem I ran into and was able to fix was the two subwoofer pre outs. There next to each other so there was no room to get the second Rca into it. I have 4 sub amps and two preouts on the avr. I had a bunch of different type of ycables and connectors so that helped and got it done. I'll do more later today my rack is still pulled out and I need another cat 5 ran back there that's in a closet next to it. I can't wait to run the room correction on it and see how it changes things. Time get the kids going here and shop for Mother's Day....
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Well, you are probably set for all future uhd and Atmos/DTS:X for a decade now!
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New AVR and ATMOS - you're the man!!


The sound is so much better than before I was running my last avr pure with no room correction I just set the speaker distance on it. With xt32 on the Marantz have a lot more midbass and the subs are delayed perfect and sound better. It also sounds good without subs now. I wish I would of upgraded the avr last year.

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