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  1. Pair of Vienna Acoustics Beethoven floorstanding speakers.Asking $1200Impedance: 4 OhmsFrequency Response: 30 - 22,000HzSensitivity: 91dBRecommended Amplification: 50 - 300 WattsDrive Units: 2 7" XPP Spider Cone Woofers2 5.5" XPP Cone Midrange1.1" Silk Dome, Hand Coated TweeterGood working condition.Please note: those are not Concert Grand or Baby Grand. I have more pictures and can provide them upon request.Local pickup in CT or I can deliver to the shipping carrier of your choice.
  2. Changed my setup a little. Here are some new plots. Note that I use the Dirac house curve that tilts the low end up 2 dB and high-end down a 2 dB. I just like the way it sounds with the default Dirac house curve. I really just can't get over how that there is almost no ringing at 40dB down at 30 Hz and below (compare old blue and yellow waterfall plots to purple ones). Sounds absolutely incredible, best bass I have ever heard and less than 1% total THD as measured by REW and a MiniDSP calibrated USB mic.
  3. I am building a home theatre. I am trying to decide when to REW. I am wondering if I should go forward with my own acoustic panels at all first reflection points and bass traps in corners THEN perform a REW diagnosis on the room and where I need further help (minor tweaks, hopefully) OR- should I do REW first and treat based on those results? (Disclaimer- I am researching how to read and interpret these REW graphs - I'm getting ideas on what they mean, but it doesn't help me decide location of panels- is that still a guessing game?) Any advice would be great. Room will be 75:25 home theatre:music Second subwoofer added when room is complete & prior to any panels & REW. Construction is moving along and I'm getting into the color planning & treatments stage
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