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08-07-2006, 03:04 AM
suppose you want your HT rears above seated ear height, but can't hang them on the wall, also you want minimal intrusion, but also want decent bass response and dispersed sound.
Here is a bass in maybe a TL with bipole mids and 180degree tops..
Could use a pair of tweeters instead in a standard bipole or maybe even a pair of full range.
08-07-2006, 01:38 PM
But yeah, that should work just fine. Angling the midwoofers and keeping them close to the wall is exactly what you need to do for a against the wall speaker. You could also mount the tweeter facing upwards at the top and use a small cone deflector.
I was roaming the mall last weekend and saw this speaker at Brookstone. Both the tweeter and midwoof are down firing. This is a cheap outdoor speaker but the dispersion was really noticeable. One of my future projects is a two-way egg with a foreward firing midwoof and a down firing tweeter (It's actually about two projects back.) so sooner or later I'll post something (probably later).
> suppose you want your HT rears above seated
> ear height, but can't hang them on the wall,
> also you want minimal intrusion, but also
> want decent bass response and dispersed
> Here is a bass in maybe a TL with bipole
> mids and 180degree tops..
> Could use a pair of tweeters instead in a
> standard bipole or maybe even a pair of full
08-07-2006, 05:58 PM
Looks cool I like it. I'd make the tweeter firing straight up.
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