It seems like modern receivers are becoming lighter and lighter. Sure most are loaded with bells and whistles like the new Denon avr x3300w with XT32 yet it only weights around 24 lbs.
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My plan was...
24.5"x24.5" 2D diffuser using 4x4 as material. The design would be 7 wells by 7 wells using 41 blocks.
Total weight will be around 60lbs.
Problem 1: by having an array of these of 3 tall and 6 wide thats 18 panels total or 1,000lbs.
I don't think any 2x4 wall or 2x6 ceiling...
Just investigating the possibility of using a freight forwarder to get a SI HT18.
Does anyone know the shipping height or weight?
More importantly would be the box size, as I can guess the weight based on the driver weight.
Pros and cons of adding additional weight to speaker enclosure? Increase dampening of enclosure? Reduce vibrations? Sound better ? I have an idea to add weight to the internal structure of a prototype I am building and want to bounce it off you guys. This is a 3 way bookshelf size box. Separate...
Moving along with my project, and it's time to build the "closet" to hold my Slim5.
Considering the weight expected on the Slim5 is 4-500 lbs + safety factors and such...
The closet/cabinet is being build in a corner, and it's all from scratch, what i'm scratching my head on is a good shelf...
I am using the RS digital meter and the cal. file from the download area. My question is in the settings menu under mic/meter c-weight option do I check it or un-check it. I currently have it checked. If I did it wrong how does that effect my prev measurements.
GREAT PROGRAM by the way
I have built a stage in front of my screen in the home theatre
The stage is 10'by4'by2' 80 cu ft.
In the stage are 2,15" speakers that going to be used for sub woofers.I have tested the speakers, even at 40W they move a lot of air ,at16c/s they were rattleling the kitchen windows 50' away.