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  1. Air escaping speakon when sub pushed

    Sealed Subwoofer Build Projects
    So, I just finished two 4 cuft HST18 builds. I mounted the sub and pushed it in a bit to verify that the box is sealed. After being pushed the sub snaps back into place, no slow movement or anything, but I hear a force of air coming out of the unused connections of the 4 pole neutrik, no where...
  2. How to get your guitars pushed into the extreme ends in the stereo width?

    Pro Audio
    Hi everyone, I am working on a track that has too many elements in the mid region - the rhythm guitars, lead guitars, snare, vocals. So I tried panning, didn't work as I want the mid region to have quite a lot of room for the kick, bass, snare and vocals to fit in. I tried the Waves S1 imager...
  3. Xbox One pushed to 2014 in eight European markets

    Video Game Systems | Video Games
    Xbox One pushed to 2014 in eight European markets That’s rumors for you: Microsoft has delayed Xbox One’s launch to 2014 in eight European countries, including Russia, Denmark and Belgium. The rumor about Xbox One being delayed was at least partially true; Microsoft has...
  4. L4D2 "Passing" DLC Pushed Back, Priced at $7

    Video Game Systems | Video Games
    L4D2 "Passing" DLC Pushed Back, Priced at $7 A couple of new weapons also revealed, including an M60 heavy machine gun and golf club. By Kris Pigna, 03/27/2010 So we all know Left 4 Dead 2 will soon get new DLC...
  5. should all peaks be pushed down to reference level?

    REW Forum
    I have a general EQing question that I've been a bit unsure about for a while. I have several peaks and dips in the area between 100 and 200hz. I've reduced the peaks somewhat, but I'm a bit uncertain if the right thing to do is to push them all the way down to the 75dB reference level or not...
  6. Pushed in dust cap on tweeter

    Home Audio Speakers
    Well my fear came true last night, my 2 year old daughter knocked the cover off on one of my Mission towers in the living room and pushed in the dust cap on the tweeter. My question can this be fixed and is it possible that more damage was done to the tweeter? I've heard that using a vacuum can...