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4 day(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: school me on 6.5" subs
The two 10-inch option should be out because you do not want to split sub locations unless they are perfectly symmetrical in all aspects....same loading, same depth, same orientation, etc. Terrible to have one starboard sub direct-radiating and on...
5 day(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: school me on 6.5" subs
Small 6.5" and 8" usually need to have slightly larger motors to be relevant in sensitivity. But large motors and larger motor force generally means a higher Q and a higher resonance. The narrow baskets of 6.5" and 8" also means smaller spiders (e...
5 day(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: school me on 6.5" subs
[QUOTE=cowwboy;1909332]David, Just shooting theory here, but won't you also have more motors therefore having higher power handling, and more piston force? Figuring we are talking apples to apples power handling and coil size. I know larger...
6 day(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: school me on 6.5" subs
I have a bass-reflex JL Audio 6.5" W3 at the base of each captain's chair in my RV. I'm also using time alignment between the subs and satellites. It's fairly impressive since each occupant is sitting on an individual subwoofer. I did this because...
10 day(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: Installing a second sub
I agree. One subwoofer location only. Use the first and best location. Use the best sub possible with plenty of power. Skip the second sub. Sub frequencies are long waveforms and prone to phasing problems when originating from varying distances an...
2 week(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: Any new marine audio product to be released?
JL Audio is soon to ship a Bluetooth receiver that streams aptX codec and has plenty of clean output voltage. They said that to do better you would have to run copper (hardwire). The preliminary MAP is said to be $39, although you never know ab...
3 week(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: HiDef Exile Blue Tooth 4.0
It's the critical Exile owners who keep prolonging this issue in this thread. They are so desperate to mute any opposing opinion, facts or information in general, that they are now making stuff up. For example. I am retired. As of two years ago I...
3 week(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: HiDef Exile Blue Tooth 4.0
Actually, this same Exile BT subject has come up in threads on at least two other wake forums in the past few days. I haven't made a comment on those. So it's not entirely 'every' thread or post.
3 week(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: HiDef Exile Blue Tooth 4.0
If a manufacturer has a history of deception regarding his own products and specifications, which is well chronicled, then how can he be considered objective and credible when commenting on the products of his direct-competitors?
3 week(s) ago
DavidAnalog made a post in this thread: HiDef Exile Blue Tooth 4.0
Beef? It just gets back to the trust thing dating from the beginning when I was in the industry. The only vendor or competitor I have ever had such an issue with. It's kind of a trigger when one manufacturer talks about another manufacturer...even...
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