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    Talking The Ultimate Sid stack!

    I was messing around with the SRTs and had to do this just for the photo (there not hooked up):D
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    close up sorry about the lighting in the first one.
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    I hate you.

    Seriously.









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    Default Holy Sh.......

    That's freaking cool....you really should hook them up just for grins..
    .but make sure no small animals enter the room while the system is raging.

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    darn right dude....

    Thats the coolest picture I have seen in a while - however it would sound terrible...

    You would have to stack them sideways -- with the tweeters close to each other ;)
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    Turn them upside down so the tweeters are at ear level, then hook them up. :D
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    Originally posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3
    darn right dude....

    I would have to power that stack and watch a film:D if our little buddy gets the Armour All out we will have sudden issues;)

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    I dont know bout you folks, but I couldnt see the first picture...
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    Default Re: The Ultimate Sid stack!

    Originally posted by tntvt
    I was messing around with the SRTs and had to do this just for the photo (there not hooked up):D

    do you own two pairs of SRT's? i haven't read to much about the SRT line up. how many speakers are there in 1 SRT system?
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    Thanks for reposting the picture. I couldn't see the first one.

    Man, that is the most impressive setup I've ever seen. Pleeeaaase fire it up just for the hell of it. BTW - how big is the room?
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    Originally posted by Vr3MxStyler2k3
    but I couldnt see the first picture...
    No problem seeing the first pic but your copy is better.

    :p twin
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    Heres the second one incase yall couldnt see it either..
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    Thank you for the touch up Sid!

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    As nice as the SRTs are, I'd much rather have a set of these:
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    What ARE those?!
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    Originally posted by setzer808
    What ARE those?!
    That's what I wanna know......

    tntvt: BTW, awesome set-up; you GOTTA hook 'em up & tell us 'bout it......:D :D :D

    How many watts would that take?......neighbors call 'cause their lights went out........lol
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    The SRT mains and center can take 1000 watts continuous - the SRT mains actually can/does take more

    The original SRT surrounds could take north of 500 continuous
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    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    Simple question. If you had a cool million bucks, what would you do with it?
    Wonder WTF happened to the rest of my money.
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    Those would be the Omegarray line array speakers from www.selahaudio.com

    They sell kits for line array speakers or you can pay them to fully assemble a pair for you. After attending this year's Dayton, Ohio DiY speaker meet and listening to a set of nice line arrays, I can never go back to a set of point source speakers. I've built a few prototypes and will be ordering all the drivers tomorrow for my REAL set. Will be using (10) Dayton Reference 5" drivers per side, along with a single Fountek JP-2.0 ribbon tweeter. A true line array has the tweeter line as long as the woofer line, but mine will be utilized in a seated only position and the crossover will be set for an 8-10ft seated distance.

    If you are at all interested in line arrays, by all means do a search from Google and read til you're heart's content. I'd also recommend reading Dr. Jim Griffin's white paper on them:

    http://www.audiodiycentral.com/resource/pdf/nflawp.pdf

    Here's a picture I took of the line arrays I listened to. Dr. Griffin made these and was there demoing them. Amazing speakers! Mine will look almost identical to these, but mine will have 10 5" drivers as opposed to his 16 3" drivers and will have a near-identical tweeter.
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    Gotta love those big speakers...

    Can't wait to get my mini arrays up and running on my PC!!!

    Oh yeah, make sure you take LOTS OF PICS of the building process! Inquiring minds wanna see!
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    Another shot of 2 sets of line arrays. I think the guys from www.creativesound.ca made these for a recent DiY show. Just the drivers alone in the tall towers are about $2200 per tower!
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    Dam! you need seatbelts listening to those,.:D

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