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  1. Take a look here http://www.tubes4hifi.com/bob.htm
  2. @usnret, the front of the speakers is 24" from the back wall, 8' apart inner edge to inner edge and currently toed in 1 3/4" as measured below the outer base mount screw and the bass top. and the MPL is 11'-13' away. The sweetest spot is about 2 people wide although once outside of that, the sound is still full anywhere in the room. The side walls are 10' away so I don't have any sidewall first reflections issues. I may have one from the ceiling since they are only 7'7" high they are a combination of sheetrock and acoustical tile. You will not be disappointed with Jubs assuming you can get them by the WAF and have the space for the 4 channels of amplification, DSP and source equipment. Good Luck! PS, I went with a Yamaha BD-A1060 as my multi disc player. Based on my research in the current market, it had all of the abilities I needed plus XLR outputs which was a requirement for me.
  3. I have a 65" LCD mounted between my Jubes. Does not affect the sound stage at all. Also the mouths of the system are 24" from the wall.
  4. The baseline settings are on page 2 of the spec sheets shown on page one if this thread. I think I read somewhere that there is a passive xover between the mid and the high. You will need 4 amp channels to drive the system through a DSP.
  5. I used 2 coats of Duratex on a foam roller on the set of 320's I just restored, looks great.
  6. Have you considered a DSP in place of the passives? I am using a Xilica 4080 with my 2 way Jubs and a 35W tube amp on the horns with a volume control on the input. It has all of the volume I need and then some. All connections are XLR.
  7. Maybe I missed it, what processor are you using for the system?
  8. Well I've got the system connectivity pretty well in hand. I am using 2 of the 4080 inputs for the digital sourced inputs and the other 2 for analog inputs. The DacMagic has master volume control for those sources and I added an analog volume control for the others. The analog component detail: A. Yamaha BD-A1060, this in the analog section because the SACD output is only analog. B. Ortofon Black, Technics 1200 MKII, VTA PH16 C. Sony TC-651 RTR D. Open The XLR A/B/C/D switch is a Kramer VS-4X and the volume control is a Palmer PMC1. My outbuilding is divided into 3 sections. The shop, the assembly hall and the upstairs bar. Each area has its own system. With the Xilica I can mix any source to any output if I need to do something other than the hardwired connections shown in the drawing. The Jub system is the main listening area we call the assembly hall. System Layout.pdf
  9. My new KPT-KHJ-LF say 1200 Watts at 8 Ohm on them.
  10. Retiring next week, so I should have some time to think it over and get figured out.
  11. Rsrvrman, Thanks. Islander, I will look into that, thanks. So I started on the recycling of the shipping containers this weekend, that's a lots a cardboard! I thought hard about keeping them, but its too much to store, and I be in a box before they will need to move, so I at least made this out of parts on them.
  12. Got the REW and mic. I've been using them as I learned. I have been using a MiniDSP DDRC 88A with DIRAC. Onc I got the timing and xovers set with the 3 way system and doing the room correction, I found I liked it better with the room correction off. I haven't done any measuring on the Jubs yet, just listening, but I am retiring and winter is coming!
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