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An article on speakers, boundries and the affects

Discussion in 'DIY Projects' started by malsackj, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. malsackj

    malsackj Well-Known Member

  2. TitaniumTroy

    TitaniumTroy Well-Known Member

    A good read, thanks for the info. My speakers are about 3-4 feet from a corner boundry, if I had the room they would be even farther out and not pointed at the corners. However we all have to make do with what we have, the good is side wall reflections are not a problem due to the null from the dipole nature of my speakers.

    Speaking of dipole/planers none were tested for the article :snooty:

    Also if I had the room I would love to buy a used pair of Klipsch Cornwalls, to compare against my Magnepan 3.6's.
     
  3. malsackj

    malsackj Well-Known Member

    True on the dipole because they mostly talk about larger rooms and its geared toward line array most of the time. They typically want to avoid the rear fired negative wave onstage. I have also seen discussion of setting up a cardiod Sub system with two or three subs. When working the ANS Gymn project we have space under the stage floor for a potential infinite baffle. 20 x 30 X 4.
     
  4. Flint

    Flint "Do you know who I am?" Superstar

    If you are going horn, go 100% horn and get La Scalas or K-Horns.
     

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