Originally Posted by pkarmouche /t/1250265/pimp-my-garage/900#post_22410341
For what it's worth, I just covered some large wall panels in GOM Anchorage, in preparation to put OC 703 inside. With all the fabric on the walls, even without the OC 703 insulation installed, the room is noticeably "more dead". Being "acoustically transparent" I expected to not notice much change until I inserted the OC 703. Least transparent is right
what is it you did not like about the Chase Home Theater LCRsQuote:
Originally Posted by Brad Horstkotte /t/1250265/pimp-my-garage/900#post_22372543
Shameless plug for my new LCR build / thread bump to keep this thread out of the can:
Originally Posted by Brad Horstkotte /t/1250265/pimp-my-garage/900#post_22482689
Craig, did you dive into the SEOS building yet, or still surveying the options? I'm almost done with mine, just waiting for a back ordered inductor so I can finish the crossovers for speaker #2 and #3. Then I need to figure out how to set them up in the room - something tells me the rubbermaid shelving I have now won't be beefy enough for three 75+ lb speakers.
Originally Posted by cuzed2 /t/1250265/pimp-my-garage/900#post_22486297
This is a challenge that I would really like to take on, still pondering the decision to build some SEOS boxes this winter. One of the deciding factors for me will be how to "size/configure/orient" a box for my center channel?
I do not have an AT screen and am limited to 20" of height under my screen.....
Originally Posted by HopefulFred /t/1250265/pimp-my-garage/900#post_22486664
Is it too early to compare the SEOS to the CHT speakers?
What I really want to see is a thorough side-by-side comparison of measurements. I'm pretty sure I'm going to buy a set of PRO/SHO-10s, mostly since I don't think I could build the cabinets, but I'm very interested to see what sort of performance each is capable of (particularly off-axis and around the crossover). I'm not asking you to do that if you don't want to, but if you have the data, I, for one, would love to see it.
Originally Posted by cw5billwade /t/1250265/pimp-my-garage/900#post_22487465
Was there any issue with them filling the room or was your THT Subs to much for them? I am a little way off and if DIY is the way to go then I may jump out there. Rythmik now has DYI kits for their subs and amps what do you think of these Rythmik has verry good reviews on their subs I am thinking building your own with their guts may be the way to go.
15” subs http://www.rythmikaudio.com/DS1500driver.html