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17 hour(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: Gain sensitivity questions
1) 1kHz on fullrange or highpass zones and 50 Hz on the lowpass. 0 dB might be the choice if you listen to mostly recent recordings with maximum compression engineered to sound louder or music with max compression, very dense material and little w...
2 day(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: Truck stereo.
If you want accuracy, start with domain correction. A DSP processor such as an Audison Bit Ten is HUGE if you have someone who knows the tuning process. The Audison Prima multi-channel amplifiers have DSP built in and make DSP very affordable. I h...
12 day(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: Wet Sound Rev8's
Okay. Back on point. To the OP: You should have all the speaker you need for surfing if your expectations are reasonable. But you need better quality power. A bridged Syn4 is a bit of excess but would still be my choice. And I like the configurati...
12 day(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: Wet Sound Rev8's
I looked into that amplifier. Looks really cheap. Looks like it could be a stereo Class AB amplifier that is internally bridged to arrive at the monoblock designation. 162.5 watts max per each of two speakers. That's half of what many people run o...
12 day(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: Wet Sound Rev8's
Although that is less power than these speakers deserve, having too little power really doesn't increase your ability to blow speakers. Power, in one form or another, is truly what thermally damages speakers....melts enamel coatings, burns voice c...
3 week(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: MB Boats switching to Exile Audio...
[QUOTE=stevev210;1890054]I heard the exile system in a new 2015 22 tomcat yesterday at Action WS over here in AZ and it didn't sound tuned at all! The tower speakers were making my ears bleed like the old pro 80s and 60s. The sub was rattling the ...
3 week(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: MB Boats switching to Exile Audio...
An interesting side note is that the Exile Xi12 and the Wetsounds XS12 have almost identical Thiele/Small parameters so if you are a Wetsounds fan the two 12-inch woofers should be interchangeable in the factory MB enclosure.
3 week(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: subwoofers loaded against dynamat?
Dynamat or any similar sound damping material can lower the noise floor and attenuate a number of types of unwanted reflections and resonance. But it cannot raise the overall output level, not by 5 dB or by any other substantial level. However, if...
3 week(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: subwoofers loaded against dynamat?
Dynamat would not be good for creating rigidity if that is what you are after. That would require more access and a different material. However, Dynamat will effectively damp any panel resonance.
4 week(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: MB Boats switching to Exile Audio...
Lots of misinformation above. Wetsounds amplifiers have never had thermal issues. I live in Texas with real heat which is a true proving ground. If the amplifiers are displaying heat issues then it is the way they are incorrectly put to task, whe...
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