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Do the 2x4s redirect (deflect) the bass away from the LP?

 

Nope.  Waves are too long.

 

What kind of bracing would you need for the 2x4s to keep them in place?

 

Mark

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eah, when going full force doesn't the screen move some?
if i play a 5hz test tone or something full tilt it will move the screen. otherwise never

 

My pants just got tighter
LOL :lol: 

 

Do the 2x4s redirect (deflect) the bass away from the LP?
not at all like carl said.

 

maybe relocate the uprights to split the KPTs?  
that would actually block the tweeter and woofer path. which would be no bueno

 

The cabinet build and finish look GREAT BTW
 thank you! its funny my skills have gotten quite a bit better. the top four i did much better finishing on than the flatpacks. 

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What kind of bracing would you need for the 2x4s to keep them in place?
 what are we trying to accomplish on my wall? lol

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Honest question- Aside from aesthetic purposes of having everything behind the screen, why would you have them stacked instead of a few behind you for nearfield effect etc?

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What kind of bracing would you need for the 2x4s to keep them in place?
 what are we trying to accomplish on my wall? lol

 

Nothing, I just cant believe that those woofers dont blow out windows never mind knock the screen and wall down LOL

 

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Honest question- Aside from aesthetic purposes of having everything behind the screen, why would you have them stacked instead of a few behind you for nearfield effect etc?

well to be honest for looks is about it. I wanted them floor to ceiling. Believe it or not I have one more inuke and two more 18's specifically for nearfield for this room. However once I got to measuring I just don't have enough room in between rows for nearfield subs. Room is the issue period.

Now when we finish the other part of my basement off and if I decide to ditch the second row of seats then the other two 8's I have will come straight down and go behind the couch to pummel my back lol

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I want to be scrappy when i grow up!

lots of research, patience, and plenty of planking and anyone can do this.
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When I first read this thread's title, I thought BADASS had been misspelled.

 

I was right.

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I'm not running anything with nearly that much bass. I might be able to back drywall screws out but you can crack concrete foundations. 

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Great work man!  Those sub in the vertical array will give you more directional bass and quite a few extra db.  The intensity in your room should be off the hook, OMG!

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So that's what those rumbles were last night...

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Scrappy, zoning permits?  I mean, what with the obvious commercial intent, what's next--a parking lot and ticket sales?  :D

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Scrappy, zoning permits? I mean, what with the obvious commercial intent, what's next--a parking lot and ticket sales? :D

possibly!?

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If you did not have a front false wall- would it make sense to cut holes in your side walls or rear wall and have them hidden with an acoustic transparent cloth or something?

Just curious about other possibilities to hide that kind of setup with NOT going I.B.

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I was picturing a tough man competition stacking those. lol.  Awesome sauce

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Honest question- Aside from aesthetic purposes of having everything behind the screen, why would you have them stacked instead of a few behind you for nearfield effect etc?

well to be honest for looks is about it. I wanted them floor to ceiling. Believe it or not I have one more inuke and two more 18's specifically for nearfield for this room. However once I got to measuring I just don't have enough room in between rows for nearfield subs. Room is the issue period.

Now when we finish the other part of my basement off and if I decide to ditch the second row of seats then the other two 8's I have will come straight down and go behind the couch to pummel my back lol

 

 

Makes sense!

 

Lol I like how it comes out that there are even MORE 18'' subwoofers that we didnt even know about. :D

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If you did not have a front false wall- would it make sense to cut holes in your side walls or rear wall and have them hidden with an acoustic transparent cloth or something?

Just curious about other possibilities to hide that kind of setup with NOT going I.B.

well id say if you had the room on the other side of whatever wall then yeah you could do that

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WOW!  That is truly ridonculously impressive Scrappy!  They look fantastic behind your wall.  Well done sir....well done.

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