Cinepro 6 channel amp bridged down to 3 channels. 2 of the channels put out 1400 watts into each speaker and the amp also has 3.5 db of headroom so it can put out 2800 watts for transients. the other bridged channel feeds 1400 watts to the subwoofer which is about the minimum amount of power it wants. Most users feed it 6K watts.Ok, I couldn't tell that were that thin. I'm sorry they're gone.
What were you driving them with?
I present the $1000 Ethernet cable.Cables....one of the fastest ways to start an argument with audiophile hobbyists!
So, when I was waiting for my Hel 2, I was trying to find a decent set of USB A to USB C cables. Made the mistake of going to YouTube and looking up opiions...
Found a guy on YT that had "tested" USB cables and found a "significant" difference between USB cables. Oh, really? I replied, "How can the same cable move a file bit-for-bit identical from one HDD to another HDD with no errors, yet can't copy a bitstream of audio accurately?"
He replied that when you're transferring audio, it's not digital, it's analog.
I posted a copy of the official standards for USB Audio. He blocked me and called me a "reality denier."
Actually its not the low frequencies that damage your hearing, it's the mid and high frequencies that damage your hearing. Feeling the bass gets you emotionally involved with music.You would be smart to invest now in a hearing aid company...something tells me you will be needing one sometime in the future.
Sitting in traffic and having someone’s subwoofer rattle my windows makes me want to damage more than just their hearing, lol.Actually its not the low frequencies that damage your hearing, it's the mid and high frequencies that damage your hearing. Feeling the bass gets you emotionally involved with music.
Yup, and someone who puts something that big in their auto probably has the powerful mid/high equipment to go with it....all stuffed in a small box.....yup...sure thing....that’s the real kicker.Actually its not the low frequencies that damage your hearing, it's the mid and high frequencies that damage your hearing. Feeling the bass gets you emotionally involved with music.
I'm a headphone junkie too. Before Covid, we had a local NC headphone meet every year, so I was able to go in to a room with most of the best headphones out there and audition them. But those photos make me bow down down to your excellence. WOW
I had 301's all through my college days from dorm-dorm-apartment-house. Enjoyed them and actually kind of miss them but maybe its just nostalgia kicking in.The 301's surprised me a little. Obviously I have them oriented wrong and right next to each other, so nothing of any value is gained about actual sound quality, but I centered the bass and treble to make them sound better. I think I'm going to hold on to these for a few weeks and put them in the bedroom vinyl set-up just to see what difference I hear with the current speakers.
And enough time to listen!Me, it's been Krell monoblocs and Klipschorns and a room big enough for them...
Just a few more, but not nearly as many as I'd like! Sadly missing examples from Linear Power, Soundstream and HiFonics. Can't find any more pics and the amps are hard to get to right now.How many car amps do you have? WOW
I've said it before- those are really cool. I assume they're capable of pretty close to full range?Stereo Integrity M3 Carbon cone midrange drivers
De Klipschorns get down lower than the La Scala's, and are more room dependent. The story is that Paul Klipsch originally designed them when he was serving in the army for the PX dance nights, where he could put them in the corners. They still make Klipschorns and La Scala's in Arkansas, but more modern versions.Horn loaded speaks are fun, still remember hearing Klipschorns at the Navy PX - when they came from Arkansas