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YES my silver binding posts have arrived at casa de murphy! My speakers will ship out next week.
Heh a lot of trouble for something which probably has no effect on sound. I feel like I was on the quest for the silver binding posts like Matt Berry on snuff box trying to buy silver cowboy boots. I sold myself on these because my binding posts will not be soldered like some peasants forcing audio through tin and lead, they will be set screwed with direct copper to silver contact! (I know this is nonsense)

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YES my silver binding posts have arrived at casa de murphy! My speakers will ship out next week.
Heh a lot of trouble for something which probably has no effect on sound. I feel like I was on the quest for the silver binding posts like Matt Berry on snuff box trying to buy silver cowboy boots. I sold myself on these because my binding posts will not be soldered like some peasants forcing audio through tin and lead, they will be set screwed with direct copper to silver contact! (I know this is nonsense)

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Well, they look kind of cool anyhow. Happy Holidays Everyone! I'm off to Arizona, where it's about 15 degrees cooler than in Washington, D.C.
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Do the BMR or philharmonitors come with rubber feet?
I was thinking of getting these to prevent scratching if I have to move them, are they suitable? or should I spring for sorbothane?
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Do the BMR or philharmonitors come with rubber feet?
I was thinking of getting these to prevent scratching if I have to move them, are they suitable? or should I spring for sorbothane?
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I've never tried those. I do use the 1" sorbothane feet for the Phil 3 top cabinet. They're more expensive, but they completely block vibrations from the bass cabinet from reaching the upper cabinets. Magic. They would probably work on stands, although I would have to charge for them (a little under $20 for a set of 8).
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could you use the price difference for the binding posts? If not, $20 sounds very reasonable

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could you use the price difference for the binding posts? If not, $20 sounds very reasonable
I don't have your order facts with me in Arizona, but I'll certainly credit you for any overpayment for the binding posts we ended up with.
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Good evening and Merry Christmas Dennis, I was researching new L+R+C speakers after many years and realized that you have your own company now. I am very happy to come across it. I am eager to give it a try and wanted to reach out to you with some questions:

Here is a thread about my current setup: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/89-spe...l#post40038554

Which speaker may be a good fit for my situation: Philharmonitor or BMR? Given that it is a fairly large room, do you think the speakers can reach 70dB volume in that size? I tend to listen at fairly quiet levels and never see myself listening over 70dB.

Speakers will be driven by Emotiva Monoblocks with [email protected] The placement will be very close to wall, so they need to be front ported or sealed.

Also what is the main difference between your speakers vs Salk's comparable speakers?

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hi KeyurM I think dennis is on a trip til sunday but I think if you're getting a custom cabinet with front port, you should go with the bigger BMR since you get more bang for your buck with more physical size to show off the pretty custom wood veneer. Not sure he even offers a custom cabinet option for the new philharmonitor. You can see the custom cabinet he made for the BMR for someone in these posts
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Is there a preferred center channel that mates well with the affordable accuracy monitors version 2, in keeping with the moniker "affordable accuracy"? TIA
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Good evening and Merry Christmas Dennis, I was researching new L+R+C speakers after many years and realized that you have your own company now. I am very happy to come across it. I am eager to give it a try and wanted to reach out to you with some questions:

Here is a thread about my current setup: https://www.avsforum.com/forum/89-spe...l#post40038554

Which speaker may be a good fit for my situation: Philharmonitor or BMR? Given that it is a fairly large room, do you think the speakers can reach 70dB volume in that size? I tend to listen at fairly quiet levels and never see myself listening over 70dB.

Speakers will be driven by Emotiva Monoblocks with [email protected] The placement will be very close to wall, so they need to be front ported or sealed.

Also what is the main difference between your speakers vs Salk's comparable speakers?

Thank you!
I'm back from frigid Arizona, and am working on my tan line here in balmy Washington D.C. I think either the new monitors or the BMR could fill the room, particularly with a sub in the mix. And you have plenty of power. The parameters for the Scan Revelator woofer in the new monitor indicate that it might work sealed if you're crossing to a sub at 80 Hz. I'll try that on a pair I have up and running to make sure there's enough information getting through down there. That would allow you to get the prefabricated cabinets, which are considerably cheaper ($1,150/pr) than a pair of Salk custom cabinets with front ports ($1,450), and they would be ready much sooner. But your significant other would have to be happy with cherry or maple veneer. I think the curved sides are quite attractive, but I can also get those in conventional rectangular configuration. There really aren't any comparable Salk speakers in this price range. You would have to go up to the Silk monitor, which is over twice the price of a custom Salk Philharmonitor or BMR. I haven't compared them side by side with either of my speakers. They would probably be closer in character with the new monitors than the BMR's. As for the relative merits of the new monitor and the BMR, the deeper bass of the BMR would be a waste with a sub. The highs are identical. The sound staging will be a little wider and deeper with the BMR, which is just the result of basic physics. The midrange driver in the BMR has broader dispersion than the top range of the woofer used in the new monitor. The cost of that is size--the BMR's are big to house all of those drivers, and that would call for another chat with the significant other.
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Is there a preferred center channel that mates well with the affordable accuracy monitors version 2, in keeping with the moniker "affordable accuracy"? TIA
Yup--I'm still offering my mod of the Pioneer C22 MTM center, which matches the new monitor's voicing closely and has the same finish. I've had to raise the price to $120 because my wholesale cost for the stock unit went up. But I think that's still affordable. You can also just turn the new monitor on its side. A single unit would be $100.
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are there any graphs yet for the new monitor in both the sealed PE and the ported Salk cabinets?? I am particularly curious as to what the low end extension is for the ported version

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are there any graphs yet for the new monitor in both the sealed PE and the ported Salk cabinets?? I am particularly curious as to what the low end extension is for the ported version
One point to correct first. Both the PE and Salk cabinets are ported in their usual configuration. And both could be sealed if that's preferable. I have Paul Kittinger's modeling for the ported response, and I'll try to get that up this week. And I'll also try and make a near-field measurement of the woofer in a sealed cabinet tonight.
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are there any graphs yet for the new monitor in both the sealed PE and the ported Salk cabinets?? I am particularly curious as to what the low end extension is for the ported version
I ran a near field measurement of the new monitor with the cabinet sealed. The cabinet tunes to 60 Hz, which is pretty good for a 5.5" woofer. The minus 3dB point is around 65 Hz, and it's about 7 dB down at 50 Hz. In the ported version, the -3dB point is about 45 Hz, with some useful output at 40 Hz.
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what are the dimensions of the front ported Salk version?

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what are the dimensions of the front ported Salk version?
The same--he uses a slotted port that will fit on the regular baffle.
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Hi Dennis, are you in charge of the philharmonics site? i sent a email a couple days ago to no reply but anyways, im new to the speaker world and had a couple questions if you could answer. i was planning on running the AAM2 off a T-Amp like the Topping TP22 atleast for the time-being which is rated at 30wpc do you think thats enough for a smaller room? another question is how far should the monitors come out from the wall for optimal sound? im also in south carolina and was wondering what the shipping would be. thanks alot. -jon
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Hi Dennis, are you in charge of the philharmonics site? i sent a email a couple days ago to no reply but anyways, im new to the speaker world and had a couple questions if you could answer. i was planning on running the AAM2 off a T-Amp like the Topping TP22 atleast for the time-being which is rated at 30wpc do you think thats enough for a smaller room? another question is how far should the monitors come out from the wall for optimal sound? im also in south carolina and was wondering what the shipping would be. thanks alot. -jon
Hi Jon I'm not seeing an e-mail from you. Could you please send me a short message at the [email protected] e-mail and I'll get back to you on these questions. Thanks
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Hi Jon I'm not seeing an e-mail from you. Could you please send me a short message at the [email protected] e-mail and I'll get back to you on these questions. Thanks
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I ran a near field measurement of the new monitor with the cabinet sealed. The cabinet tunes to 60 Hz, which is pretty good for a 5.5" woofer. The minus 3dB point is around 65 Hz, and it's about 7 dB down at 50 Hz. In the ported version, the -3dB point is about 45 Hz, with some useful output at 40 Hz.
Thank you for running the sealed measurements Dennis. Looks like I can place sealed Philharmonitors against the wall and and cross over to the sub at 80 Hz.

Do you have gloss black cabinets coming in anytime soon?
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Thank you for running the sealed measurements Dennis. Looks like I can place sealed Philharmonitors against the wall and and cross over to the sub at 80 Hz.

Do you have gloss black cabinets coming in anytime soon?
I can get them within 2 days, curved or straight-sided
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I've posted details on the new Philharmonitor on my site: http://philharmonicaudio.com/New%20Philharmonitor.html

I forgot to mention on the new page that a sealed version for use with subs or as a surround is available for $50 less.
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This is a great news, Dennis, I assume that the sealed version's crossover adjusted to compensate for no-port?
Also is the square version of the enclosure available only through Salk?
Are dimensions of the square enclosure similar to curved one?

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I've posted details on the new Philharmonitor on my site: http://philharmonicaudio.com/New%20Philharmonitor.html

I forgot to mention on the new page that a sealed version for use with subs or as a surround is available for $50 less.
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This is a great news, Dennis, I assume that the sealed version's crossover adjusted to compensate for no-port?
Also is the square version of the enclosure available only through Salk?
Are dimensions of the square enclosure similar to curved one?
Crossover changes really aren't needed--it' s just a question of how extended the bass is. And in any event, the sealed version would be used with a sub, so there will be plenty of bass, and to a degree that I could not anticipate and compensate for with crossover changes. There are still straight-sided versions of the prefabricated cabinets available.
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My New Philharmonitors arrived and are awesome. Too soon to really talk about sound(only listened to three songs) but Cowboy Junkies - Trinity Session definitely has a wider soundstage with more natural female vocals. Curved enclosures with cherry veneer and my silver binding posts look excellent. I hope these are the last speakers I ever buy

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nice looking speakers, uncola! I predict you will really like that ribbon tweeter AND the bass from those!

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Those look like the same speaker posts as on the Sierra-1 & 2.
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Those look like the same speaker posts as on the Sierra-1 & 2.
They're very similar, but the posts on the Sierra 2 I had here didn't have the red and black double gaskets up against the back of the cabinet. And, of course, that makes all the difference.
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And postseason same as my Polk LSiM 703s except mine are dual. Cabinet looks similar also.. Ha-ha


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They're very similar, but the posts on the Sierra 2 I had here didn't have the red and black double gaskets up against the back of the cabinet. And, of course, that makes all the difference.
Oh, no doubt. I bet you could hear better bass definition, imaging and more detailed highs!
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