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  1. But what i'm really confused with is how can some people with smaller rooms, smaller subs get room responses down into the teens.. I must be missing something..... ( I would like to stress, i am NOT looking for a response in the teens)
  2. I'm picking up what your throwing down...... I'm at the limits of what my room can actually produce. My seating position just happens to be at a low point and once I get further to that 1/4 wavelenth point I can start to get more gain at that frequency. Long short of things... Sub is working correctly, needs MUCH MORE space to really come alive and to get down to that freq range naturally I need to be sitting towards the back of the room with the sub facing me.....
  3. Mike, I will try doing both of your suggestions. It'll be interesting to see what changes. However. With my recent tests. I have not been activating the Jubes. The sweeps and test have been with the sub only. From what Chris mentioned in Adams thread, it seems as if my room has a transition frequency of 29hz.... This is seems to coincide with the 30hz drop i'm seeing in the raw data @ listening position. When running the sweep (sub only) 4m/13'' from the face of the sub, that dip from 30hz moved down to the low to mid 20hz region. Is this essentially what people describe as room gain?
  4. I would say no since there are no reflections for the sound waves to bounce back creating a null? Mike, as you know I am still learning the fundamentals when it comes to this stuff... I guess what i'm finding is that it is my room causing the sub from producing its full potential? Seems like this room is limited by a natural 30hz freq.... maybe a little more with boosting and then a little more due to room gain once i get around 4m from the speaker? Mind you, i am not complaining or trying to get into the single digit / teens with a response, I am just trying to understand whats going on here and calm some of my OCD thinking i'm doing something wrong. -e
  5. I've been doing some testing the last couple of nights. It seems as if you need to be at least 4m away from the subwoofer to get a respond in the 20's with out any PEQ boosting. While you can get a flat response down to 20hz at my listening position ( about 60" in front of the sub. Sub is behind me) A significant amount of boosting and attenuation is needed. When doing this the result is less overall SPL.... So horn loaded vented subs need a significant amount of volume / distance for them to fully open up?
  6. Thanks to these forums Adam and I have become very good friends and we both have very similar setups: Jubes & 1802/1502. After several weeks of chatting with Adam, sharing response curves and ideas, I'm starting to see a pattern. (some of you have seen the post I created with questions/concerns about the response of my 1502 sub.) The two subs seem to be VERY similar in response.. This has been mentioned before by Roy, i think he has mentioned that the 1502 is identical except 3db down. What i'm finding is that taking measurements at the sub mouth or somewhat nearfield ( my listening position is about 60" infront of the sub. Sub is behind me like Mike Beasley has his) The sub naturally rolls off right around 30hz. With some PEQ manipulation I CAN get a flat response down to 20hz but with sacrificing SPL. Should subs like these create a lower response at the horn mouth? Last night i did some more testing and when running sweeps of the natural response of the sub ( no peqs) the response did extend further down to the 20hz point once i was around 4m from the face of the sub. When Roy mentions the 1802 will achieve mid teens in a Auditorium without boost. Is this a direct result of needing a room with enough volume to allow the sub to fully bloom those lower octaves while achieving the published SPLs? If this is the case, it almost seems as if at 4m/13' distance from the sub face is the sweet spot to get down into the 20s.
  7. @mark1101 not going to disagree with you however, just trying to have it a little smoother down to 20hz. Its pretty impressive how the sub flexes the walls in my dedicated room which build with double layered 5/8" drywall..
  8. @babadono Not trying to dig deeper than designed. Just trying to get a flatter respond down to 20hz. I don't think I'm being greedy since i have been told that the sub is capable of a sub 20hz response.. As @AHall has mentioned we are friends and have been discussing the issues i am having. His 1802 is capable of digging down to 20hz before his port mod. I am not interested in modifying my sub in any way. Just trying to determine if this is a PEQ issue or if its a modal issue in my room. Since the 1502 is a rare beast and the 1802 is only in a few residential environments I'm optimistic that the help of the experts in this forum can help me resolve the issue.
  9. Are you sure about that? Quote from Mr. Bonehead himself when doing research on this sub... : "If you have room for them, the 1502 will take you below 20 hz and will match the clean bass of the jub lf. I think the 1502 will shock you."
  10. @mikebse2a3 & @dtel i would have to agree to, however I have been using frequency sweeps from 0-20khz to take my measurements not music. Is this okay to do?
  11. Chris, I'll try playing with the delay again. I set my current delay by playing a 50hz ( my xover freq) tone and separately matched levels of the jubes and the sub. I then reversed polarity of the sub and then played both the jubes and subs together increasing delay until the overall SPL was the lowest. Once done a changed the subpolarity back to normal. Perhaps there is a better way to adjust this?
  12. Mike, I did a test with some music that contained some deep notes.. Things sounded more pronounced where in the past the notes were faint. Below are the PEQ's needed to smooth the response down to 20hz. but as you can see quite a bit of boosting was needed with the PEQ's AND with the output gain to get to the output level to match the jubes. Not sure if this is a good thing or a bad thing. During my brief tests last night, i was able to get things pretty loud in the room and did not pick up any clipping or distortion.
  13. Mike, I have yet to run any 1/3rd Oct PN or warble tones yet.... I can try that. Sub is running through the Xilica and it does NOT have a high pass activated. I am using the XLS 2502 as an amp only. NO DSP functions are activated, just running in Bridged mode.
  14. update with some tweaking > ive also attached the PEQ's and level increases needed to get to this point. Seems like alot of boosting... Is this okay to do, or am i sitting in a huge null point?
  15. Here are some sweeps @mikebse2a3 and no Hi-Pass on the sub...
  16. Hoping the experts can lend a hand with figuring out an issue i'm having with the 2.1 rig. Here's the issue. When running a full frequency sweep at listening position, i'm getting a steep drop-off at 30hz. I know this subwoofer can go lower than this so not sure if its a setup issue, positioning issue or what. Some basics: Room Dimensions: 20' x 14' x 9' Jubes currently positioned on the front short wall with the 1502 sub seated behind me... My listening position is 89" from the back wall which is about 60.5 " from the face of the subwoofer. System is being run with a McIntosh Preamp > Xilica > System amps.. The sub is being run with a Crown XLS-2502. I'm running the Jubes full range with the 1502 crossing at 50hz. Attached is a pic of a recent sweep from my listening position. Thanks for the help. Erik
  17. I would have to agree! Loving my 1502!!!
  18. Hey everyone! Have a Crown D75 and it works great except for one small issue. The transformer hum / buzz is getting quite annoying. Any tips on reducing this noise? Thanks, Erik
  19. I own a pair of SX-1000 monoblocks. They are very very nice amplifiers. I've ran them through my Totem Forests and currently running them as the driving force behind Jubilee bass bins. When running them in the Totems, they did sound fantastic however....... I always swapped between them and my Latino ST-120 Tube amp. The tube amp always had that extra airiness and sparkle to it. If you were a visitor at my house you would see the tube amp being used more than the SX-1000s. In your Forte's I think you cant go wrong... Overkill yes.... if you're looking for that extra magic and for the same price even for a good used pair of SX's id recommend looking at the Latino ST-120. Erik
  20. Pair of New K691 compression drivers from my 2018 Jubliees. There are prob less than 20 hours on these drivers and are in perfect condition. $250 EACH plus shipping. If you need a 3rd i know of one avail. Erik
  21. Brand New K691 drivers from my 2018 Jubilees. There are prob less than 20 hours on these drivers. $250.00 EACH plus shipping. Side note: if you are in need of a 3rd, i know of one avail. Erik
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