edd9000

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About edd9000

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    Spalding
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    Edd

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    SP-10, 401, Spacedek
  • Tone Arm & Cartridge
    Rega RB300/Rohmann
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    Black Cube
  • Digital Source 1
    PC
  • Digital Source 2
    LMS/Reaper
  • DAC
    Rosetta 800
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    Pass Labs Clones
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    DIY DSP Active 3 way
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    Modified DT-770
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  1. I would like one of his kits at some point. After the giant horns.
  2. http://vinylsavor.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/300B
  3. Ill emphasise, not audible to me, on my current setup. It seems to me with the tools to set time of flight available, it just makes sense to do it. Its only something I have messed with on my big speakers, but the mid/horn is pretty close anyway (I struggled to measure it) and at a 1.2khz crossover where the wavelength is about a foot so perhaps that's why its not so vital. Its something I will mess with on a more "normal" speaker once I CNC some Corian and plywood
  4. Space is on, though I don't see time of flight as a concern and never found it audible, it's nice that it does it so simply of course. It was more where it was placing the eq notches I need to mess around a bit more with it. While I agree dsp/active is better I just like to mess about. Imaging is pretty far down on my list of prioities to be honest, I mostly consider it an artifact. I spend most of my time listening to poorly recorded 70s rock, which doesn't have any phase information left
  5. No updates really, I got it pretty much where I want it to be after frustration of finding one of the tweeters was misbehaving. I should have the little bookshelf speakers I'm building built in the next few weeks, which I intend to build a passive crossover as well so it should make and interesting comparison. I do like exakt design a lot, I'm also rather impressed with the hardware, I'm not used to a two box system Subjective impressions are difficult, while a slightly different approach my system was already linear phase. However I do feel the tools in exakt design allowed me to get the horn sounding better. I also used DRC all the time which skews things. I need to play with space a little more, I'm not sure it likes my room/setup very much.
  6. The drop down boxes are for normal EQ, for selecting minimum or linear phase, you don't need that for just adjusting the phase.
  7. Its the paragraphic phase eq tab.
  8. Rephase can adjust the phase only. It's in the eq part.
  9. Bit confused here, the phase should run along the 0 line. -180 is a speaker connected out of phase. Has it gotten confused with the impulse centre perhaps?
  10. Ah a bit lost now, I thought you meant from 3 ohms in parallel to 12 ohms in series. 4 way sounds like the best solution.