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  1. I own Klipsch Forte III coming to 3 years plus now. I am more of a HT guy. Pair it with Onkyo TX-NR3010 both for HT and stereo listening. I will say the new vintage Klipsch with the new horn and crossover is good... I also order the Cornwall IV which is on the way... ?
  2. Ya I have to thank Synthesis for a few projects he had done for me...also he is very helpful and humble. I also get a lot advise from him when it come to diy... :) :) :)
  3. Enjoy Byran...with your Line source array.... :) :) :) Also good to see more people going into DIY 8) 8) 8)
  4. Hahaha. I thinks he is going to redo all his system... ;D ;D ;D
  5. Youthman: The most EPIC Home Theater I have EVER Experienced! JTR with DBOX Cinema [embed=800,450] [/embed]
  6. Different size driver, they are best in a certain range of frequency. An 18" definitely can't play well at a higher frequency like a small driver. And a small driver can't play low very well like a bigger driver. That is why you use 10" driver for line source instead of 18". Of course 18" still can play 100 Hz but the 10" can do a much better job than the 18".... both tonality and feel are different. 18" can be like Mike Tyson punch feel where 10" is like Bruce Lee punch... in certain scenes from Bruce Lee is the best to use the 10". End of the day we don't use a bass driver to play like a
  7. ;D ;D ;D just teasing you... going into the lift and your main door also got issue liao.... ;D ;D ;D
  8. ;D ;D ;D Byran don't wait liao... order one 50" and settle your multiple 10" sub issue. 8) 8) 8)
  9. Yes definitely the SVS footer is good stuff if we want to get cleaner and tighter bass. I had also used the SVS footer on one of my sub.
  10. Bryan, i did not do any decoupling or isolation for most of my sub... you can see from the gap between sub and gap between floor and sub is around 2 to 3mm only... so there will be quite the amount of bass energy will still transfer to the floor and to all my speaker. and my equipment... Picture shown below is the 2x 18" subs stack. Sent from my SM-N950F using Tapatalk
  11. I do stack them. Sub is already 64kg. I need a friend to help me lift it up. I need to stack as space is concern for me right now ;D I currently using thin rubber pad under 18" sub. As for decoupling unless I want to get cleaner and tighter bass from the subs than i put SVS footer or any decoupling system under my sub... At some scenes you can actually feel the energy wave to move from the floor up to the ceiling... like some scenes the explosion. The impact follow by the rumbling effect moving from floor up to the ceiling.
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