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Discussion in 'Home Theater Projects' started by Kevin. W, Jan 1, 2004.

  1. Kevin. W

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    Kevin,

    Great looking rack! Do you have their website?

    Happy New Year.
     
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    Nice rack [​IMG]
     
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    That rack is a bit perky for my tastes! [​IMG]

    I just bought myself a VTI from racksandstands.com.
     
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    Nice racks Frank but what's with the easy pours? You putting cement columns in your room?? lol
     
  7. Frank Carter

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    It's my latest tweak[​IMG], I've found my soundstage really opens up and the bass gets a lot tighter by filling the space behind each of my mains with a very hard substance like concrete. I suggest you try it.
     
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    Did I get you...I'm just kidding about my above post. Believe it or not those beautiful Easy Pour tubes are actually my dual Stryke AV15 sonosubs. They're each tuned around 16.5Hz with about 9.3ft^3 effective volume each. They each have a 8" straight port and they're being powered by a Samson S1500(750Wx2).
     
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    Frank, I am very impressed. [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  10. Frank Carter

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    Thanks.

    If you heard them you'd probably be even more impressed, with my BFD, without my 15Hz subsonic filter I'm +/-2dB from 12-80Hz, with it in place I'm +/-2dB from 15-80Hz. I usually chicken out before they do...I usually stop when the ceiling lights start to dim to the beat of the bass[​IMG]. I've been lazy in finishing them but I just recently gathered everything I need to do it so it will be done soon. When I do it, I think I'm going to retune a little higher ~18-19hz which will give it a bit more punch.
     
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    Link added to original post. Sorry I didn't get back sooner but my service provider lost my account while I was gone the weekend.

    Kevin
     

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