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Classified Ads / Re: Dehavilland Mercury 3 Preamp with remote
« Last post by StereoNut on Today at 09:59:50 AM »
Here you go, Emil!

SN
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Speakers / Re: The Monolith open baffle planar array
« Last post by HAL on Today at 08:01:55 AM »
Nick,
There is a delay built in to offset the head sitting.on the sub. 

It is a fraction of a millisecond.  Actually measured in time samples.  The resolution is 0.071" for.each time sample.  It can be modes when programmed, but at this time not user adjustable.  There is software in work for updates by the user.  That is tbd.
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Classified Ads / Re: Dehavilland Mercury 3 Preamp with remote
« Last post by Nick B on January 20, 2018, 08:45:11 PM »
Emil,
You may be exceeding the allowable file size for pics which I believe is 500 kb. If you can find the capability to reduce that, itíll likely fix the problem.
Nick
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Speakers / Re: The Monolith open baffle planar array
« Last post by Nick B on January 20, 2018, 08:42:13 PM »
Have a pair of Parasound Halo A23 stereo amps ready for the open baffle planar top when the HX300-12OB amps arrive for a triamp setup with the dspMusikLCD digital crossover being used with the MS-3 for the entire system to run The Monoliths.  The A23's sound great with the line arrays, so going in this system for trials as well.

The dspMusikLCD will allow time alignment of the top baffle and sub drivers using time delay for the top to match the subs.  This allows both wavefronts to align correctly. 

Still more news next week.   :D


Rich,
Regarding the time delay aspect, does the software make the adjustment automatically or do you do it manually?
What time frame would that usually be? Is this measured in milliseconds?
Nick
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Classified Ads / Dehavilland Mercury 3 Preamp with remote
« Last post by Emil on January 20, 2018, 12:21:12 PM »
Having trouble posting pictures here

http://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=155162.0
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NY Audio Rave / Re: Wisner Radio Laboratory...
« Last post by goldlizsts on January 20, 2018, 08:31:32 AM »
Thanks Pete, I think you just reminded me of the incident that caused me to have gotten the wire....  Not too senile yet. :drool:

Hope to see y'all soon, somewhere, someplace, sometime in the near future.  The Audionervosa playground has been quiet, which was what I meant earlier. :thumb:

   Stranger , post more. Miss you. Come over for a listen and food.


charles

WOW, Sir Charles came around.  I'm elated that he's replied..... :rofl:
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Speakers / Re: The Monolith open baffle planar array
« Last post by HAL on January 20, 2018, 07:45:11 AM »
Have a pair of Parasound Halo A23 stereo amps ready for the open baffle planar top when the HX300-12OB amps arrive for a triamp setup with the dspMusikLCD digital crossover being used with the MS-3 for the entire system to run The Monoliths.  The A23's sound great with the line arrays, so going in this system for trials as well.

The dspMusikLCD will allow time alignment of the top baffle and sub drivers using time delay for the top to match the subs.  This allows both wavefronts to align correctly. 

Still more news next week.   :D
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Audio Syndrome NY / January 2018 Meeting Notice
« Last post by RussL on January 19, 2018, 02:37:04 PM »
The January Meeting will be held at the East Meadow home of Andy Dubitsky on Friday the 26th.

From Andy- We've got bunches of new records and really clean
good sounding older pressings. There are still digital holdouts in the club, as well as many of us who think LPs provide sound closer to the original performance than CDs - despite advantages of standard CDs in terms of dynamic range (mostly unused on CDs) and bass response. Many older LPs were pressed with roll-offs starting at 100Hz, to avoid confusion with rumble and to get more time per side. Most systems in the 60s could not get to 50Hz, due to speakers, cartridges, wimpy tube power supplies etc.
New LPs show that cartridges can dig out the lowest notes without jumping out of the grooves. Old LPs are revealing highs and lows that we could not hear 50 years ago, despite our younger ears.
I am inviting you to bring your best sounding, cleanest, favorite LPs. Re-issues, minty originals, new issues welcome.

Future Meetings:
February - the Massapequa home of Lorenzo D.
March - the Woodhaven home of Ernie N.
April - open and May open (possibly Grep P.)
June- the Forest Hills home of Mel G.

Doors open at 7:30 with the formal meeting starting around 8:00.

As usual, youíre encouraged to bring a libation or desert of your choosing. See you all there.

Russ
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Speakers / Re: The Monolith open baffle planar array
« Last post by HAL on January 19, 2018, 12:29:14 PM »
Hoping for some massive news next week!  This should be interesting!   :thumb:
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Speakers / Re: The Monolith open baffle planar array
« Last post by rollo on January 19, 2018, 10:34:15 AM »
Cool stuff Hal keep it coming.


charles
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