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Oh trust me, I've been very temped to fold that low-tuned horn I mentioned earlier. That would mean a very big box and new subs though. I've got other things around the house to spend my money on that needs attention first.
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Oh trust me, I've been very temped to fold that low-tuned horn I mentioned earlier. That would mean a very big box and new subs though. I've got other things around the house to spend my money on that needs attention first.

If I wanted to get two horns in my space I would have to flip the L/R upside down, place them on top of the horns and then build a stand to get them back to ear level. That might blow WAF. The BOSS looks better and better.

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Is your room sealed?

Sort of, it is in the ballpark of 6000ft3. It is just big wide open space.

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Ah gotcha. Yes the boss setup seems like the right choice 👍
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Ah gotcha. Yes the boss setup seems like the right choice 👍

I will do the two sub upgrade, but anything after that will be similar to a BOSS, more near field driven. The house we are in is the forever home, destroying it loads of bass seems like a poor long haul decision.

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I think it is all back in balance now! Updated design here.
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Feedback on going for extension? I have one vote for the extension version of the sub. It is down here compared to the current. I have to say it looks fun.



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I don't see any downsides of going with a lower time with that graph. I'd push it low until you start to lose excursion or midbass. Either way, I'm excited to see the final product.
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I don't see any downsides of going with a lower time with that graph. I'd push it low until you start to lose excursion or midbass. Either way, I'm excited to see the final product.
This tune is pushing the port all the way to the back of the chamber. The port is 3" high and 3" off the bottom cross brace, the cross brace is only 1.5" high, I do not expect much effect on the tune. The back panel is another 3.5" beyond that. The downside is I hit the excursion limit from 25hz - 30hz with a tune lower than 19.5Hz. Again, this is not going to be used for blasting sine waves all day, so it is probably not that bad of a compromise.

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Hello all...I have just started to finish the basement and have a dedicated home theater set up

Planning to set it up in a budget though...so it won't be robust!
To start with, I recently bought the Onkyo RZ830 & Monolith 12"

Madison, btw
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Sounds good Vizag. Looking forward to seeing your progress.
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I hope everyone is having a good memorial day weekend! Just had a friend over for brats and watching the first two John Wick movies. He was laughing during the gunshots because he said he could feel them, lol.
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I hope everyone is having a good memorial day weekend! Just had a friend over for brats and watching the first two John Wick movies. He was laughing during the gunshots because he said he could feel them, lol.
As it should be, gun shots are meant to be felt, not heard

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I had @SOWK and @SirMaster over today for Memorial Day to finish setting up the JBL M2's and to make further progress dialing in the bass with the new mains and configuration.

Each were very helpful in tips and for emotional support as I made progress on resetting up the system. The JBL's aren't exactly plug-and-play, and it doesn't help when your laptop decides to stop working right before guests arrive.

Nick was awesome enough to bring over his Denon, so we could calculate proper distances of 4 sets of subs for purposes of setting proper delays using the dcx2496. Nick also discovered knobs on the back of my Crown amp that allowed me to get sound out of my M2's. Seems that the person who shipped it to me had muted the outputs on the back of the amps without my knowledge. As always, Tony was awesome with his overall knowledge and problem solving skills, including reinstalling Windows and my laptop so that we could ensure the M2's were receiving the proper crossovers with Audio Architect.

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Hello all...I have just started to finish the basement and have a dedicated home theater set up

Planning to set it up in a budget though...so it won't be robust!
To start with, I recently bought the Onkyo RZ830 & Monolith 12"

Madison, btw
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Since my HT upgrades are pretty much done I decided to make a remote control app for my system.

Here is how it looks so far. I just decided to put on some common functions that I find myself wanting easy access to, to run my HT all from a single screen.

I'll probably make tweaks here and there as my needs and other things change, but so far it works pretty great!

The main devices are controlled via RS232 commands (over IP) and this app is really a web page, so it can be used from any device without any worry about compatibility.

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Will it work on my razor flip phone?
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That is impressive SirMaster. Will it have the ability to run macros as well in order to turn everything on and switch to certain settings for multiple devices?

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That is impressive SirMaster. Will it have the ability to run macros as well in order to turn everything on and switch too certain settings for multiple devices?

Yep, it’s certainly flexible like that.

I can add whatever buttons that I want that can perform any number of actions one after another or with a delay or anything I want.

Any commands that the particular device supports over its IP control (rs232 commands). Generally that means every feature of the device is able to be directly accessed without having to navigate a menu or anything like that.
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Fantastic. Is this all homegrown, or is there a guide I could follow to create something similar?
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Fantastic. Is this all homegrown, or is there a guide I could follow to create something similar?


100% home grown. I read through the IP control docs for the denon and jvc to understand how to talk to them.

As far as the program itself, I am a software engineer by trade so it’s what I am familiar with.


I could be open to helping others with some remote control stuff but it sort of depends on exactly what they are doing.

Like for example, so far I have implemented communication only with JVC projectors, Denon and Marantz AVRs, and BenQ projectors. And my control software has to run on a windows computer somewhere.

A native android program could be made and loaded, but for iOS it’s not as simple because you need to pay for a developer license to deploy apps on iOS, which is why I went with a web app. But a web app means you need a web server running somewhere to host that web app.
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As an example: Nick helped me setup a macro that gradually has my volume go from -10 to reference over a 10 min period as to help our ears gradually build up to those volume levels vs just being blasted by sound immediately.



Little things like this really take the experience to the next level.

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What a busy month! I am pleased to announce that I got engaged to Shani last night!! Pretty darn excited

Also, I am working on finalizing a purchase of a 32 channel Trinnov Altitude processor, along with JBL inwalls and revel inceiling speakers to complete a 19.1.12 setup for optimal Atmos/DTS-X playback. Dts-x pro is also expected to be released for the Trinnov later this year, so the limit of 7.1.4 for DTS-x will hopefully be a thing of the past!
Hey, I've often noticed you and I have been cycling through many of the same processors so I thought I'd try and give some peace of mind.

I've only had my Trinnov a week. Received last Friday. I absolutely recognize and relate to the fact that, in many cases, we are talking a drastic difference in price. I think in a room that allows for optimal speaker placement and acoustical treatment you would be hard pressed to justify the extra money required for the Trinnov. I don't believe there is enough of a raw acoustical benefit. However, where the Trinnov shines and where it has clear acoustical advantage in my opinion is in a room that needs help. Which, in my experience is most peoples rooms including mine. Speakers aren't/can't be placed optimally including Atmos and subwoofers. Room isn't acoustically perfect or designed to be. In those cases the optimizer and remapping features as well as the bass management tools are far and away above anything anyone else does. In addition, the fact that as codecs and enhancements change many are just a simple feature upload from Trinnov is a tremendous bonus. For example, they came out with a new audio curve that I heard about. All it required was an email to Trinnov support and leaving my unit on for a few hours and bingo they uploaded it. They also can see and make changes/suggestions to your config on the fly, any time, any day. All that means a lot to me as far as not having to buy a new processor every 2 years. It took a bit of blind faith to finally make the investment but I have absolutely no regrets.

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Thank you! My daughter will be a Senior at UW Madison so I technically make a yearly investment to your home state even though I don't actually live there. Ha
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As an example: Nick helped me setup a macro that gradually has my volume go from -10 to reference over a 10 min period as to help our ears gradually build up to those volume levels vs just being blasted by sound immediately.



Little things like this really take the experience to the next level.


That sure is better than having my daughter yelling at me not to turn it up!

What are the minimum requirements for the “web server”?

Hmmm....


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That sure is better than having my daughter yelling at me not to turn it up!

What are the minimum requirements for the “web server”?

Hmmm....


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You only need a web server if you want a page like my picture with all the buttons in 1 place.

And I’m not sure what you mean by “requirements”. You don’t need anything in terms of cpu/ram performance for a web server. I am just using IIS web server which is built into Windows.

The actual control software is just a windows exe and there are other ways to trigger commands through it.

My program is set up to be triggered via simple web urls.

For example, from any device you simply need to navigate to:

http://IP.OF.YOUR.PC:5000/?dev=jvc&cmd=05

This would turn on a JVC projector.

You could simply create this url as a shortcut on your phone home screen as an icon and stick it on a folder for home theater controls.

If you use an iPhone you can use an app called Shortcuts made by Apple to make fancy button lists and menus and even widgets to trigger the commands.

If you want to script something long then you can do that by triggering a .bat file on the PC via:

http://IP.OF.YOUR.PC:5000/?dev=win&cmd=yourscript.bat

Inside this .bat file you could write simple delays and loops to run multiple commands to your devices.
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Man I wish the jvc was within reach! If only my projector was broke it would be much easier to justify!


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Gosh honey I was up dusting the projector and accidentally spilled my big gulp of Mountain Dew into it. But luckily a friend has one used locally we can pick up to get us by!
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