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    • I need to know at least the port tune Hz, and the driver (Fs) resonance frequency would be nice too.         This way I'll have a good idea where to set the high-pass at when I get a Dayton Audio DSP-408 with the DSP-BT4.0 Bluetooth dongle. Then I turn off the high-pass on my new Crown xls 1502 before I hook up my other R-112SW to the xls1502.                       I appreciate your help.
    • I need to know at least the port tune Hz, and the driver (Fs) resonance frequency would be nice too.         This way I'll have a good idea where to set the high-pass at when I get a Dayton Audio DSP-408 with the DSP-BT4.0 Bluetooth dongle. Then I turn off the high-pass on my new Crown xls 1502 before I hook up my other R-112SW to the xls1502.                       I appreciate your help.
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    • Well, on this forum, the general feeling is that if the speakers will fit through the door, they're not too big.   Actually, small rooms need bigger horns, due to the greater amount of reflections with the walls closer together.  The bigger the horn, the better it can control the air in the room, keeping the sound clearer.
    • My 1974 La Scalas arrived from the vintage hi-fi shop in a small pickup with a camper top, wrapped in moving blankets.  That was the beginning of this madness.   My vehicle is a Dodge Grand Caravan, a 1998 model that I drove for many years.  Now I have a 2012 model, but haven't picked up any speakers with it yet.   Anyway, a pair of Heresy IIs sat easily on the 3rd seat of the '98 model.   A pair of Belles fit easily in the mid section, with the 2nd seat removed.   Finally, a pair or La Scala IIs in their original 4 boxes just barely fit inside the Grand Caravan.  It was really full, and that was with the 2nd seat removed.   The newer van has Stow-N-Go seats, which would make it much easier to stow the 2nd and 3rd row seats in the floor and load in from the back.
    • Those are Walnut Belle with ALK xovers that I want to use, but can't...right now.   
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