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  1. DIY Repair and Maintenance
    Hey everyone, new here. I have a pair of infinity crescendo cs-3009's. I am wondering about the poly fill in each sealed enclosure, they are 4 way speakers, so the midbass & midrange are in their own "tube" shaped enclosure. The midbass tube enclosure is 13" deep & is 6" in diameter, the...
  2. Home Theater Receivers | Processors | Amps
    This is probably more of a rant than anything but I wish some of these AVR companies, like Denon, Yamaha, Pioneer/Onkyo, etc. would produce a mid-range processor. If the receiver is $1000, taking the amps out may lower the price to $700-800? Maybe even less? I'm thinking something along the...
  3. DIY Speakers
    Hi, I’m planning to build an active 3-way speaker system and would be grateful for your views on choices of a good midrange speaker unit. I know there are really good units by Seas, Scanspeak and of course the famous ATC SM75-150, etc. However, I’ve come across a fairly new midrange unit from...
  4. Home Theater, Audio and Video News
    Onkyo has announced the launch of three new enticing receiver models due to hit store shelves later this summer. These receivers, like others we’ve seen released this year, are finally delivering tech that should be fairly future-proof. So, if you’ve halted buying new gear during the...
  5. Home Theater, Audio and Video News
    Last week, Yamaha released details about its 2015 RX-V 79 Series of network receivers. Comprised of the 7.2 channel RX-V779, RX-V679, and RX-V579, in addition to the 5.1 channel RX-V479, Yamaha has included quite a few 4K friendly features on these models, making them very enticing for...
  6. DIY Speakers
    Hello, I've been doing some shopping (and buying) of various drivers to test in different enclosure types with an active Behringer crossover (24L/R) and multiple amps. The most difficult search is turning out to be the midrange. I'm looking for a wide and flat frequency response (isn't...
  7. Classifieds - Wanted
    WTB: Rythmik F15HP in SF Bay Area My quest is coming to a close, found one, now just need a mate.
  8. Home Audio Speakers
    Hello all! I have a set of Def-Tech BP2002. The midrange in both towers are out. No sound, no hum, no vibration, nada. Seems odd. I am curious if anyone has this particular model, and ever had similar situation? Either way, I am thinking bad crossover network, but still odd in both towers. I do...
  9. DIY Speakers
    I have in my living room Neumann KH 120A studio monitors but i also want more detail and fidellity. That's why I am about to start a 3-way speaker project with the HiVi RT2C-A ribbon tweeter (my X-Over Point would be 1.7-1.8 kHz) and have a question on the midrange. My choice is fallen in to a...
  10. Home Theater System Recommendations
    Hi all! New member here - I've been lurking around the forums for a bit trying to figure out my first HT setup for my new apartment. After quite a bit of reading I ended up settling on the Fluance XL7F for starters since I'm not wild about running extra wire for surround in my apartment for the...
  11. Reviewers Private Forum
    Driver: Dyn Audio Esotar2 430 Midrange: Dynaudio - Authentic Fidelity This is a test of a 2nd sample of the Dyn 430 midrange. Jerry allowed me to borrow his so I could do further testing with the Klippel mic and new modules. Since I was testing a completely different driver than before, I...
  12. REW Forum
    Hi playing with the mic level creates 3-4db deeps in the midrange (300-500Hz).. This kind of frustrates me since the measurements in REW are inconsistent. Soundcard is Tascam 144mkII, the button is that one that controls the volume of the guitar/mic XLR (right) input Bass measurements look...
  13. Home Audio Acoustics
    Guys, I've finally gotten some time to try and hunt down my rather large null in the 250-500Hz range. Here is the graph of the left and right full range response (1/3 octave smoothing): As you can see there is about a 10db drop in the 250-500hz range. I have done close speaker...
  14. DIY Speakers
    I'm toying with the idea of of loading my midrange driver into a short piece of 6inch pipe, stuffed with fiberglass, forming a short Transmission line. I read about this in the Loudspeaker design cook book. The supposed advantages of this type of enclosure are a lack of reflections back to the...
  15. DIY Speakers
    Can anyone reccommend a good midrange driver to use from about 350Hz to about 3.5 KHZ, effeciency around 88 dB. oh and easy to cross over (does anyone still build 3 ways?) Jason
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