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System pics 2019

Discussion in 'audio' started by mikeyb, Jan 1, 2019.

  1. Purité Audio

    Purité Audio Trade: Purite Audio

    Bass below 80Hz ish is difficult to localise, but we are well off topic.
    If you placed too much absorbent material then there is a chance that the higher frequencies could be over damped , foam/soft furnishings won’t affect bass response.
    In terms of reverberation ideally I believe all frequencies would decay at the same rate, usually it is high bass peaks which are the major issue.
    Keith
     
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  2. Waxxy

    Waxxy pfm Member

    Horn-loaded mid and high frequencies will have narrower dispersion and lower power levels at the first reflection points...no need for a rug...although it would certainly tie the room together.
     
  3. ToTo Man

    ToTo Man the band not the dog

    With low frequencies the issue is more about the reflections causing peaks and nulls in the response. Placing a couple of 7-inch deep broadband absorbers in the middle of my floor helped to smooth out my low frequency response... not very practical though!
     
  4. Old Shatterhand

    Old Shatterhand Odeon Audio user

    BTW: The Bass from my Odeon No. 28 SE (prototype) is horn loaded/ported mix.
     
    Last edited: Jan 6, 2019
  5. Purité Audio

    Purité Audio Trade: Purite Audio

    Odeon’s are pretty decent imho, I prefer front loaded bass but that soon becomes pretty ridiculous.
    Keith
     
  6. jamesd

    jamesd pfm Member

    [​IMG]

    My 2 year old daughter's christmas has taken over my listening room.
     
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  7. ToTo Man

    ToTo Man the band not the dog

    How about converting the twin washer/dryers into subs? :D

    Love the windows BTW!
     
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  8. lordmortlock

    lordmortlock pfm Member

    Haaaa - at first glance I thought they were pink speakers!
     
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  9. Ayya Khema

    Ayya Khema pfm Member

    yes, even decay at all FR is the goal.

    if one knows what he's doing, very easy to not place too much absorbent material and over damp their room, but still target the detrimental early reflections.
     
  10. Ayya Khema

    Ayya Khema pfm Member

    are they DIY speakers? they look amazing!

    Ive been thinking on building a big hi eff 3 way myself. what drivers did you use?
     
  11. Old Valve Guy

    Old Valve Guy Active Member

  12. Salamander

    Salamander pfm Member

    ^^^^^^^^^^
    That's a nice system and room Old Valve Guy, shame your housekeeping of cd's isn't up to scatch. :D
     
  13. Old Valve Guy

    Old Valve Guy Active Member

    I never was tidy . I'm taking that trait to the grave :) I could rip the whole 640 of 'em to HDD , but I'd have nothing to stumble over in the dark ...........
     
  14. Old Shatterhand

    Old Shatterhand Odeon Audio user

    @Ayya Khema : Thank you. No it is from Odeon Audio from Germany, you can buy it (even if it is not listed at the Odeon homepage). It is the follower for the 28.3 and called 28.SE.

    This was a prototype design (I know the company owner) which he sold me, the 28.SE has kept the same design style close to the predecessor No 28.3 which is more refined.

    https://www.odeon-audio.com/modelle/no-28-3/
     
  15. Hungry Halibut

    Hungry Halibut pfm Member

    By comparison to some of the wonderfully diverse systems on here, mine seems pretty dull, but it works for me.
    [​IMG]
     
  16. Marchbanks

    Marchbanks Golly, do I ever have a lot of soul!

    Obviously a rock chick in the making. I can almost picture her pulling one of her bottles of champagne(?) from behind the cuddly - er - thing and taking a swig, then picking up her white bass and practising another thundering riff. I assume the pink goods are there to act as substitute monitor stacks for her to jump off.

    Good to see the Arkenhoff ‘two rugs’ system in use.
     
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  17. matt j

    matt j pfm Member

    Not a very PC toy selection there for a 2YO girl in today's world, shouldn't it be for boys only these days?
     
  18. Old Shatterhand

    Old Shatterhand Odeon Audio user

    @Hungry Halibut : I really like your system and don't find it dull, quite the opposite.
     
  19. thebiglebowski

    thebiglebowski pfm Member

    @Hungry Halibut I'm by no means a Naim fan but they got something very right with the SL2
     
  20. Tarzan

    Tarzan pfm Member

    Good luck when you wrapped that up.:)
     

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