Originally Posted by ZilchLab /forum/post/18699730
I'm not sure that's so good an idea as it might first appear: tilting the waveguide implies moving its acoustic center vertically further away from that of the woofer, increasing the center-to-center distance, and reducing the height of the forward vertical lobe. Paying attention to these factors, we were able to achieve a +/-15° (-6 dB) lobe using 152i; with 122i and a higher crossover frequency, it's barely half that, even with the 10" woofer.
[I don't know where the acoustic center actually is, but it's back there somewhere....]
Originally Posted by NEO Dan /forum/post/19499418
What box did you settle on? Are these being high-passed in the AVR bass management, if so what frequency?
Originally Posted by titch-- /forum/post/19498556
More woofage? I dont think my house can take any more.
Originally Posted by ZilchLab /forum/post/19499036
If you build the crossovers using the ZilchLab PC boards, the HF polarity is already reversed, as that is the standard EconoWave connection.
[If you build them on a cardboard pizza box with zip ties, duct tape, and wire nuts, you gotta pay more attention, is all....]
Originally Posted by maxmercy /forum/post/19499850
I thought you were running the Ewaves without sub support for some reason....remind me, what are you using for LFE??