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How important is timbre matching the center?

Was thinking of pairing these with the Cerwin Vega XLS-6C center & XLS-6 sides & rears
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Arrived today. I have pictures and graphs, but I'm working tomorrow so you'll have to wait.
Will play more with REW and, if my trial is still good, Dirac Live, but I just ran MCACC, changed the sub distance a little and changed the sub level from -4 to -1 , and they're WONDERFUL!
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Arrived today. I have pictures and graphs, but I'm working tomorrow so you'll have to wait.
Will play more with REW and, if my trial is still good, Dirac Live, but I just ran MCACC, changed the sub distance a little and changed the sub level from -4 to -1 , and they're WONDERFUL!
Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm going to continue to spend the rest of the night playing everything I have.
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if i bought these speakers for family gatherings in the backyard, do i really need a $1200 amp/mixer whatever from monoprice posted above to use them?

my denon 1712 has an extra zone and i can run extra long speaker wires to these in the backyard, though its rated i think at only 95 watts per channel.

its connected to blu ray player where i can play cds or radio from the denon out to the speakers.

not sure how this all works

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if i bought these speakers for family gatherings in the backyard, do i really need a $1200 amp/mixer whatever from monoprice posted above to use them?

my denon 1712 has an extra zone and i can run extra long speaker wires to these in the backyard, though its rated i think at only 95 watts per channel.

its connected to blu ray player where i can play cds or radio from the denon out to the speakers.

not sure how this all works
Just run it zone 2

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if i bought these speakers for family gatherings in the backyard, do i really need a $1200 amp/mixer whatever from monoprice posted above to use them?
No. Zone 2 on your receiver is plenty, 95 watts is 1/5 their power rating, so you'll be just 7.5db or so under their rated output. Unless your name is Osbourne or Manson your family gatherings won't involve louder music than that.





About the original post; Drums. I did not find any speakers in the home-grade area that did drums properly, nothing had that emotional impact from real drums. Unless it cost an arm and a leg and had woofers which were basically pro-grade with tinsel of home-grade on it.

If JBL didn't cost an arm and two kidneys in Norway I would have gone for a pair of of the SRX835P or PRX385W and a pair of subs to boot. Had the joy of banging on a drumkit connected up to something older but same price range from JBL and even though I can't drum for s*** it sounded epic. And damn close to the real thing (listening to the drumkit while playing, and while others played, and then listening to the recording from the speakers).
Cheaper PA speakers get almost all the way there to the highest echelon of sound reproduction, the main difference is how many meters they can throw that emotionally impacting instrument sound.
Its just such a shame that home-grade stuff don't take more tricks from pro-grade stuff.

Speakers that can't do drums are no speakers of mine.

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These look promising. My only question is, do they come in white, preferably in a 1-2 cubic inch box that I can hide in the closet and get the same performance?
Yes! Absolutely! It's called "spray paint" and "medical marijuana dreams"
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The 3.3 KHz crossover is rather funky...
And does not look terribly sophisticated. Which at these prices is quite understandable-but offers a lot of scope for improvement. If someone measured the raw driver frequency versus impedance data, I'm sure it's possible to make a much more sophisticated board not too expensively and improve the performance considerably. Or, yes, go active, since horns often have very rough impedances. Actually I'm impressed by the impedance curve here which is quite smooth at high frequencies-I'd be really curious to see the raw horn section impedance.

Also you could put anti vibration coating inside, maybe judicious cross-bracing, and stuffing, and likely move the sound up several notches.

Now, how would these look flanking my TV? Sigh, guess I can't afford the divorce attorney...
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I'm sure it's possible to make a much more sophisticated board not too expensively and improve the performance considerably.
We are not at all subtly encouraging Matt (mtg90) to do exactly that.
In the meantime, I'm extremely happy with them as they are.
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Michael, what did the Monoprice PA speakers replace in your system?
I ended up not liking the Alchemys I made and went back the my first generation Pioneers. These have replaced them.
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Yes, folks, these are pretty big:



Pioneer FS-51 on left, Alchemy Fusion 8 tower on right.

Encouraged by Mark's wonderful pictures, I removed the 12 screws (that's right, 12 - this is an industrial-grade product) securing the back panel, and pulled off the connectors to reveal the terminals. They have nice little holes in them into which I threaded the bare ends of my speaker wire, which are held in place by oxygen-free superconducting audiophile-grade paper clips :



I put the panel back on, gently supporting the speaker wire.
I tested all three speakers from about a foot away. These are unsmoothed, M-PA in blue:



Impressively flat, and very easy to eq. My results with MCACC were pretty good, but I did better (as expected) with REW and Equaliser-APO. I noticed, as mentioned by others, a huge soundstage.
Overall, these are a great bargain.
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I am nearly 100% set on some JBL 4722n's for my next L/C/R, but I would love someone to compare these speakers to some JBL Pro Cinema offerings like the 4722s or something similar to see how they fair. I have little doubt that these Mono Price offerings trounce many less efficient, more expensive speakers for an HT application, but some comparisons to some more expensive pro cinema offerings would really tell the tail of "bang for the buck."
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Were the above measurements taken at tweeter axis for all speakers or listening axis?

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Were the above measurements taken at tweeter axis for all speakers or listening axis?
Listening axis.

Also, in case the "efficiency" rating doesn't mean something to someone, my usual listening level was -10 on my AVR; now it's -25.

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more expensive pro cinema offerings
$700 each as opposed to $160 (less 15% today).
Yup, that would be a very fair comparison.
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$700 each as opposed to $160 (less 15% today).
Yup, that would be a very fair comparison.
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I think the M-PA's would still sound pretty good to you.
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I am not looking for a "fair" comparison, I am looking for a bang-for-buck comparison. I know AVS Member Archea has 11 <$200 Mackies in his system that he exchanged for much more expensive JTR offerings because after a blind AB comparison the price differential was not worth the marginal upgrade for him in his system.

And the 4722's are $1700 retail that can be obtained for $1100, so, I understand completely that's its not a fair price fight,
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that he exchanged for much more expensive JTR offerings
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You can read about his system changes here and the reasons for them, although the thread is pretty long:

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I don't want to misspeak, but it is my understanding that Archaea had much more expensive JTR speakers in his system, but sold them when a set of cheap Mackies performed very close for a lot less money based on an A/B listening test in his room; he also wanted to have 11 identical speakers for his Atmos system, which the cheaper Mackies allowed him to do with good results.

Thus, I think it is fair to compare cheaper offerings to more expensive speakers for the purpose of judging whether marginal improvements in sound are worth the cost of more expensive offerings.
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I read your post as he exchanged the less expensive speakers for the more, not the other way around; that's what I was questioning.
So he replaced the JTRs with Mackies.
Now he can replace the Mackies with Monos.

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I am nearly 100% set on some JBL 4722n's for my next L/C/R, but I would love someone to compare these speakers to some JBL Pro Cinema offerings like the 4722s or something similar to see how they fair. I have little doubt that these Mono Price offerings trounce many less efficient, more expensive speakers for an HT application, but some comparisons to some more expensive pro cinema offerings would really tell the tail of "bang for the buck."
The main difference is how loud they can play with acceptable distortion.
So if you for example want to listen at 105db and sit only 4 meters away, you pull 117db average from the LCR speakers to get 105db in the seats.
Pieces of the sounds go over 117db, because its the average 105db you want in your seats. So really the speakers have to have acceptable distortion and ability to play, at least 6db above that.
The monoprice 15s have 97db at 1 watt 1 meter, and 500 watt "program power" makes me think they can handle 250 watts RMS continuous pink noise for 2 hours. That gives us a theoretical output at thermal limits of 121db. Assuming half the power goes into heat we lose 3db to thermal loss. That's 118db output at 1 meter.
Theater sound-tracks are a bit nicer to power draw than pink noise, but the point where harshness sets in is for financial reasons designed to be just where they run out of power headroom.
Where a speaker sounds harsh is down to how strong the cone and suspension is, and this is proportional directly to how loud they are designed to play. So they tend to try to cross over the cone+suspension stiffness at right where they reach power limits. So that there are acceptable distortion up until power limits, but no excess cone or suspension stiffness. Because excess stiffness means there has to be more magnet material to maintain sensitivity.
More expensive speakers tend to have slightly stiffer cones and suspension, because built in is just a tad more magnet, but cheap stuff wants to get away with the least amount of magnet possible.
EDIT: This means a speaker costing 250 usd that can put out 120db at power limit have a slightly softer cone and suspension, and thus more distortion at power limit, than a 500 usd speaker that can put out 120db at power limit.
It is entirely possible that the price difference is made up also, that happens a lot in home-grade stuff, just hike the price up and paint it nicer and people thinks a 250 dollar speaker that sells for 1000 dollars is actually a 1000 dollar speaker.

A pair of 4722N's simply can do louder before sounding harsh. If you do the same math for the biamp 4722s you get about 128db rms pink noise output. So they would easily be able to play 105db even 12-16 meters away. And thus you can have louder goals for the seats, or seats farther from the screen.

Picking active crossover speakers (or making passive crossover speakers into active crossover speakers) tend to raise the bar as to when harshness sets in.

But really its possible that the monoprice speakers are harsh before rated power output.
So it all really comes down to how loud you aim for and how far from the LCRs you will have seats. There's probably something between monoprice and 4722 that works well enough if you want close to or above 117db from your LCRs.
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Also, in case the "efficiency" rating doesn't mean something to someone, my usual listening level was -10 on my AVR; now it's -25.

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Thank you both for the tips. I'm in on the deal today with coupon and much lower shipping w/mobile order just as mentioned, for $146 and change per speaker total shipped price (to Florida).
Get 'em yet?
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Not yet, it's 5 business days delivery from CA to FL so will be later this week.

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Hasn't ANYONE compared these a/b to the Berries?
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would you mind posting the unsmoothed inroom response from the main listening position? that would be greatly appreciated. thanks man

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Why? That would tell you more about his room than about the speakers.
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