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My humble Palladium

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11.2 or 7.4.2 setup
2x Klipsch Palladium P39F triamping
1x Klipsch Palladium P27C biamping
4x Klipsch Palladium P27S biamping
2x Klipsch Palladium P312w
4x Klipsch CDT5800 ceiling

1x Marantz AV7704 Preamp

6x Emotiva XPA 100  Gen 2 Monoblock
2x Emotiva XPA 5  Gen 2 multichannel 
1x Emotiva XPA 7  Gen 3 multichannel

 

All connected in XLR

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Nothing about that system is humble
That’s a system to be proud of and handled like a Lamborghini or Ferrari. That means push that gas pedal all the way to the floor and give it all it’s got
That is a very impressive system
It would be wonderful to hear it in person

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How well does that sub play? I’m sure it has a lot of detail and all. But how low does it play? Does you think it’s better or the same as a top of the line svs ?

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thirty nines are beautiful...

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46 minutes ago, carlthess40 said:

Nothing about that system is humble
That’s a system to be proud of and handled like a Lamborghini or Ferrari. That means push that gas pedal all the way to the floor and give it all it’s got
That is a very impressive system
It would be wonderful to hear it in person

:) thanks. Great comment.. you are wrong.. is a bugatti veyron

 

Yes it is a great personal archivement 

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44 minutes ago, carlthess40 said:

How well does that sub play? I’m sure it has a lot of detail and all. But how low does it play? Does you think it’s better or the same as a top of the line svs ?

With the two subs... the frequency response it is almost flat... with 90 db average gain.

 

For me is really the great companion for my setup. I think a frequency response of 18hz to 120h is more that enough with 2000watts peak power each.

 

You need to play around with the phase... position and volumen level. If you are using a dsp mic usb with rew software you could do amazing settings.

 

I had never test or hear any svs subs. From what i readed on other forums is that svs it is a great subs with good dynamics and excellent frequency response right to low bottom of 16hz. And with a price tag no willing to broke your savings. I guess is a good alternative.

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1 hour ago, muchilus said:

11.2 or 7.4.2 setup
2x Klipsch Palladium P39F triamping
1x Klipsch Palladium P27C biamping
4x Klipsch Palladium P27Sbiamping
2x Klipsch Palladium P312w
4x Klipsch CDT5800 ceiling

6x Emotiva XPA 100  Gen 2 Monoblock
2x Emotiva XPA 5  Gen 2 multichannel 
1x Emotiva XPA 7  Gen 3 multichannel

 

 

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Are you using mini split HVAC systems for your entire house? 

 

If so, how well do they work? 

 

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Just now, tigerwoodKhorns said:

Are you using mini split HVAC systems for your entire house? 

 

If so, how well do they work? 

 

1 minute ago, tigerwoodKhorns said:

Are you using mini split HVAC systems for your entire house? 

 

If so, how well do they work? 

 

I do use  berinher 3 way active crossover. Xlr.

 

Just for the front to be able to triamp those beast.

51 minutes ago, carlthess40 said:

How well does that sub play? I’m sure it has a lot of detail and all. But how low does it play? Does you think it’s better or the same as a top of the line svs ?

With the two subs... the frequency response it is almost flat... with 90 db average gain.

 

For me is really the great companion for my setup. I think a frequency response of 18hz to 120h is more that enough with 2000watts peak power each.

 

You need to play around with the phase... position and volumen level. If you are using a dsp mic usb with rew software you could do amazing settings.

 

I had never test or hear any svs subs. From what i readed on other forums is that svs it is a great subs with good dynamics and excellent frequency response right to low bottom of 16hz. And with a price tag no willing to broke your savings. I guess is a good alternative.

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1 hour ago, muchilus said:

 

6x Emotiva XPA 100  Gen 2 Monoblock
2x Emotiva XPA 5  Gen 2 multichannel 
1x Emotiva XPA 7  Gen 3 multichannel

 

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Well, I can see that you and @teaman aren't going to get into a bar room brawl anytime soon over amps! 

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1 hour ago, wvu80 said:

 

Well, I can see that you and @teaman aren't going to get into a bar room brawl anytime soon over amps! 

Yeah, that is one impressive double stack. Must sound amazing!

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1 hour ago, muchilus said:
1 hour ago, tigerwoodKhorns said:

Are you using mini split HVAC systems for your entire house? 

 

If so, how well do they work? 

 

I do use  berinher 3 way active crossover. Xlr.

I think something got lost in translation:)

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37 minutes ago, babadono said:

I think something got lost in translation:)

I guess. He means the air conditioner.n

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Great looking system and room.  Does anyone beside me think the the speakers could be spread a bit further apart. 

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19 minutes ago, Shiva said:

Great looking system and room.  Does anyone beside me think the the speakers could be spread a bit further apart. 

Just what I was thinking.......each one needs to move .062 inches farther apart....... sure

 

COME ON😝

It's a system to die for

George

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