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  1. Any updates? Did you or anyone notice much difference with the new caps?
  2. I assume most members here are like me and given the choice between a crappy non musical subwoofer or no subwoofer the choice would be no subwoofer. So maybe more like putting large spongy wheels on a VW.
  3. https://emotiva.com/products/balanced-xlr-female-to-unbalanced-rca-female-adapter-interconnect?srsltid=AfmBOooBEq6dgNJe4pbvt8mRtaPjROeVlZdadih0xRzZZtIa0Q3N-TGyHh0 See Overview section. 2 subwoofers with speaker level inputs will do. 😉
  4. RME ADI 2 FS dac/pre Not a lot of XLR subwoofers so xlr to rca cables for sub, rca for both with Y cables, or subwoofers with speaker level inputs.
  5. @RobMarshall Do you use subwoofers with the H4s?
  6. Were you able to take a look at the link and the comments in the 3rd paragraph? Horns bright? The crossover must be out of spec or a bad design.
  7. Input sensitivity: 9V 18dB less gain than their other amplifiers. https://quicksilveraudio.com/products/horn-mono-amp/
  8. https://www.musicalparadise.ca/store/index.php?route=product/product&path=59&product_id=54 DIY but should be able to find someone build it for you if needed. Built amps often come up for sale. https://www.tubedepot.com/products/elekit-tu-8200-stereo-tube-amplifier-kit Victor might be able to help: https://www.vkmusic.ca/ Dennis Had Inspire (search on Ebay) will build one of his for you. He is retired after starting several successful businesses including Cary Audio.
  9. How long have you had them? How many hours would you say you have listened to them?
  10. I had to make new ones after I destroyed the original panels because they had been glued. The guy that did it was a wood worker/finisher and obviously not a speaker guy. He put the 17? screws back in and fortunately only used a little glue near the edges so I was able to get it off without damaging the wood inside.
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