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02-02-17 12:21 PM
asere
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

How many here have gone against Ken's advise of stacking them and instead have separated them and placed them in different areas?
06-03-16 01:36 AM
Audiofan1
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

Nice to still see DXD owners enjoying their sub or subs! I know I am
05-31-16 10:27 AM
theJman
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

3 feet (or 1 meter) should be plenty.
05-31-16 10:09 AM
bassnectar13
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

Thanks for fast reply...much appreciated info.
05-31-16 09:32 AM
fbczar
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

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bassnectar13 wrote: View Post
Hello...Can you advise the length of xlr fem to xlr fem cable required to connect stacked 12012's...Thanks
18" is ideal.
05-31-16 09:19 AM
bassnectar13
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

Hello...Can you advise the length of xlr fem to xlr fem cable required to connect stacked 12012's...Thanks
04-08-16 09:33 PM
asere
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

Ok guys, I recently bought a second dxd-12012 to get the 3D effect. I placed them stacked and ran REW. Sure enough the new sub had a much better output. I did the test combined and separate. In fact the newer one has better output than when it was combined.
I did the test by turning the subs on and off to hear each amp come on and off as each sub has 2 amps.
Anyhow it turned out all this time one of the subs driver wasn't on because the amp was not working. Fuses all look good too.
When I had the one sub it always lost output and I blamed it on room size. Having the second one to compare I have really missed out all this time. Thankfully the amp is going to be serviced.

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04-04-16 07:24 PM
asere
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

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Not sure why the numbers would fluctuate, but you won't hear a beep on an open circuit so the fuse is good.
I checked the wires again and nothing is loose. I contacted the amp manufacturer and waiting to hear back.

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04-04-16 07:22 PM
theJman
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

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asere wrote: View Post
I did continuity and it beeped and the numbers fluctuated really fast up and down.
Not sure why the numbers would fluctuate, but you won't hear a beep on an open circuit so the fuse is good.
04-04-16 07:06 PM
asere
Re: KK DXD 808/12012 Owners Thread

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Most meters have a setting for continuity, sometimes called a diode test. It usually has an audio tone when you have a complete circuit. That's what I use on my Fluke.
I did continuity and it beeped and the numbers fluctuated really fast up and down.

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