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Nope. I caught onto what happened, don't want to spoil it for others here. Watch it again if you can, it's subtle...
This is what many DIY'ers use: http://www.parts-express.com/dayton-audio-dats-dayton-audio-test-system--390-806
Here's a better version: http://www.woofertester.com/wt2product.htm
Because generic L-Pads degrade sound quality. Replacing with high quality series and parallel resistors(or in this case, a single resistor) would make the speakers more transparent.
As for it's...
FYI, those caps are 20% off this month at PartsConnexion.
Since it wasn't one of their TOTL speakers, it could just be a shortcut taken.
As far as how much the changes in resistances affect response(besides level), it varies. Since ribbons generally...
It appears they've made some changes since I made that statement.
They already had 10,000 l-pads sitting around. :smile:
A typical L-Pad consists of adjustable resistance in series and parallel, replacing it with a single resistor will most likely have a negative effect the speaker's response.
Not true at all.
Aside from nearfield placement of subs(flanking or behind listener's seat), there is no generic "best" spot for subs. Nearfield will alleviate most of the peaks and nulls...
Other than cringing at the brass binding posts, beautiful work!
Neither was Club Polk.
Or maybe a dedicated midrange above/below a RDO and flanked by a pair of MW woofers.
And you would also have lobing by placing it on it's side.
I had something in the works a while back, I'll revisit it this week.
You may want to recheck your link.
CC MR and ESA are damped.
More or less noise from the cap itself, how does this correlate to overall sound quality?
The full system sounds very impressive!
In the non-damped capacitor, it's possible the windings are absorbing the vibrations.
Swapping out one for the other and listening through speakers, the spatial differences are immediately...
Maybe that they'll explain that you're supposed to be using speakers to listen to music, not the caps themselves? :D
Most new pro amps are more expensive than a used plain Jane Parasound or Emo...
Who listens to the capacitors themselves?
How about testing and judging them by listening to the speakers they're connected to?
Now you're really reaching. For a sub, either material is fine when braced properly. As for round ports, there's nothing wrong with them when using the correct diameter and length. Too small of a...
I agree, there's too much immaturity from both sides on the matter.