Type: Posts; User: Codey
Yes they do. These are extras left over after the install in my new house. Turns out I picked up more than I needed.
After cleaning up around the house I found a few things I have no need for and figured I'd put them up here.
1)Black CSi3 :Great condition, used as a rear surround in a 6.1 setup.$100...
How much for just the LPA-1? I'd be interested if you'd ship to Canada.
Thanks, that's what I figured. On the other hand if the Parasound would be an improvement in sound quality I'd be willing to swap out the rest of the Adcom for more Parasound.
I'm looking to add another to amp to my HT system and at the same time free up a couple channels for a second zone. I found goods deals on both the Adcom Gfa-555 and Parasound HCA-1203A, and would...
Adire has plans on their website for their woofers. And for $1000 you could build two if you really wanted to reduce your house to a pile of ruble.
Check out the Adire Tempest, it's a 15" DVC. I built one into a ported box with a 250 watt plate amp and love it. A few threads down I posted it's frequency response if you're interested in how low...
If DIY is a viable option I'd say build an Adire Tempest. Performance to dollar ratio is outstanding and they're fairly easy to build if you've got shop access.
Download these test tones, they are a one frequency tone ten seconds long. You could start at 16hz and go up in increments of two to save a lot of downloading. Burn them to a cd, then play them on...
Well that's what most people around here use them for. Are you just wanting to find out how low your sub will go?
An SPL meter is used to measure decibels, not frequency. What you want is test tones to download and burn to a cd, then use them in conjuction with your SPL meter to tell you how loud your bass is ...
When you say PITA to get hooked up do you mean meeting up online to add each other to the friends list?
Forgive my ignorance, but what is Kai?
Well, are you?
That's exactly what I just did and it was a BIG gain.
Maybe I could just put it in a paper bag or something.
How do they hook up, is it just the sub out that comes in and goes out to the sub?
I'll turn on the speakers and run it again, I just wanted to see how bad the room was and whether I should move to a house with better acoustics. ;)
I was just looking at the BFDs, do they come...
I recently got one that replaced my Yamaha RXV-650 and am thoroughly impressed. I'm not familiar with your receiver, but if it's along the same lines as my old Yamaha I think you'll be very pleased....
Yeah I know it's a little hot, I was showing off the LOTR ring drop scene for my brother and forgot to turn it back down. After I play with the phase and am finished messing around I'll recalibrate...
I've got 'em now thanks.
Thanks for the quick help guys. Here's the graph I just made but I don't really know what it's telling me. Is it decent, or do I have a lot of work ahead of me?
Either of you guys wouldn't happen to have the correction factors for using the Radio Shack SPL meter would you?
I appreciate the offer Kevin, but I've already got them burned to disk and ran a test. Thanks anyways.