Your emotiva will have no problem with the Elacs. Looking forward to hearing your impressions.
Understood, but you'd be amazed at what a nice thick area rug can do to absorb early reflections. Just sayin'.
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Simply put, removing the tweeter grills let the highs shine in my set up. With the grills on, the treble was a tad too laidback for me. Or perhaps the NAD isn't resolving enough in the high frequencies.What did removing the grill do?
You apparently don't have a 2.5 year old in your household who likes to touch stuff. Tweeter grills are a must in my home.Simply put, removing the tweeter grills let the highs shine in my set up. With the grills on, the treble was a tad too laidback for me. Or perhaps the NAD isn't resolving enough in the high frequencies.
But one thing I really like about the B6 is that it never ever sounds fatiguing, even with tweeter grills off.
1. I would keep the sub. Use 80hz crossover.1) Would it be better to just use the ELAC in a 2.0 configuration, or should I include the old Take-5 powered subwoofer in the mix? What would be an appropriate crossover frequency?
2) Similar question. Should I include the old Take-5 center speaker in the mix? Or just remove it.
3) I'm considering buying the C5 center as well. Since I will be trying out the B5 and B6's at the same time, would using one of them as a center speaker give me a good approximation of what adding a C5 would be like?
4) How much of a benefit would I experience if I replaced the Take-5 subwoofer with one of the ELAC subwoofers?
Thanks so much in advance