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  1. Budget friendly driver for 500mm cube

    Ported Subwoofer Build Projects
    Hey guys, so budget is a limiting factory for my build its a 500mm cube I don't mind ported or sealed but need sub 30hz(my mains comfortably get to about 35 before they roll off too steep) I am in the UK so somthing available here would help as I would have to spend on shipping & import duties...
  2. Best Noob Friendly Sealed DIY Subwoofer

    DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hello Everyone, I just want to know if the Dayton Ultimax 18" driver and flat pack cabinet is the best valued noob friendly to build sealed subwoofer on the market. This is for a basement system where eventually I would like to build 2 subs. Building both of these subs would cost me about $1300...
  3. Friendly advice sought: Speaker Cable Flat 4 core

    Remotes | Cables | Accessories | Tweaks
    Speaker Cable Flat 4 core: I'm at a loss to buy the simple version for splicing. Newbie here, just looking for friendly advice. I live in SD, Ca. I've looked at Radio Shack and Fry's with no luck. This is a similar cable. The one I am using had a thicker black rubber covering.
  4. Chest kicking, WAF friendly dual subs...possible?

    DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hey guys, My better half and I have been having some 'lively' discussions lately on our living room setup. (see sig & imagine no screen there for general non-movie setup everyday living). Currently we're running a SVS PB-2000 which is a fantastic sub. Love it! Only thing is, it is a monster...
  5. Back porch zone, main zone, and wife friendly

    Home Theater System Recommendations
    I am swimming in PDF literature, trying to understand basic zone functions before purchase of a new a/v receiver. The budget is $1500 +/-, and I've researched Pioneer Elite SC-7*, Yamaha Aventage, Denon X4000, and a few Marantz models. But stumped is me. With the risk of being too vague, I would...
  6. Need help choosing child friendly speakers

    Home Audio Speakers
    I just bought a Samsung PN64D8000 and need to find some speakers (L/C/R) that are off of the floor. I am thinking either on-wall or in-wall but do not want to spend a fortune for decent in-walls. I would be happy if I can stay around $1000 for all three speakers. I also need two surround...
  7. Some friendly advice please

    REW Forum
    Hi guys, Right here goes... Further to mostly sorting out the hum issue I had I wanted to EQ the subs again. I have run many many sweeps to try and get a good reading with each sub and then combined and I am having issues so some advise would really be appreciated. I am doing a 2D pic off the...
  8. WAF friendly IXL 18.2.2 build possible?

    Ported Subwoofer Build Projects
    WAF friendly dual TRIO12 sub build! EDIT: Sub choice changed to CSS TRIO12, post #23 Hi all, so i'm going to try a new project utilizing the IXL 18.2.2 sub. The room I have to work with is beside the couch to the left against a wall. It is now occupied with an AV123 MFW 15 and I wanted more...
  9. My non-traditional bass rig - friendly to both stage and FOH

    Pro Audio
    My Bass Rig I thought I’d help launch this corner of the Forum by telling about my non-traditional bass guitar rig. About fifteen years ago I was contemplating putting together a high-end stage rig with full separates, complete with a custom bi-amped cabinet that would hit 30 Hz. For 99% of...
  10. Child friendly Halloween scary movie

    Movies | TV Shows | Hollywood
    So I have my son this weekend for the last time before Halloween. He and I both love this time of year for indugling in some lightweight fall/halloween scariness. But because he's only five it's not like can sit down to 28 Days later. It's more about Charlie Brown and the Pumpkin Patch. Last...
  11. The Weemote (child friendly remote)

    Remotes | Cables | Accessories | Tweaks
    http://www.weemote.com/art/WEEMOTE2.jpgI was looking the other day for a small remote for my kids to use and came across this funky gadget. I just can't keep my 2 year old away from the remotes and my 4 and 6 year olds find them a little too complex and bulky. Weemote to the rescue with...
  12. Audiophile Friendly MP3 Players

    Computers | HTPC | Media Servers
    Of course, the title is a bit of a joke, but I would like to know if there is really an appreciable difference in sound quality of the MP3 players on the market. I'm getting some high end in ear monitors made and I want to take the fullest advantage of their capabilities and I don't want to be...