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  • AWOsRadio
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    Understood and yes you're correct on that.

  • AWOsRadio
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    Although the speakers didn't have great quality to begin with, there is a dramatic difference in the left and right side high range frequencies. I doubt there is a proper filter either.

  • fpitas
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    Originally posted by AWOsRadio View Post
    Didn't think there would be much help available without the gritty details ... given the whole "COVID" thing right now ... maybe I can get permission to go dismantle the box from the ceiling.

    I appreciate the comic relief on the spam ... LoL ... and the honesty (that I expected) of not just tossing guesses.

    OH ... might be worth noting that we have a set of unused Peavey SSE12s from a former building. Should I toss the whole conversion project, hang the Peavey's and acquire a decent amp for those instead?
    That's what I'd do, if the Peavey's sound at all good. Unless you just want to learn all about speaker design

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  • AWOsRadio
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    Didn't think there would be much help available without the gritty details ... given the whole "COVID" thing right now ... maybe I can get permission to go dismantle the box from the ceiling.

    I appreciate the comic relief on the spam ... LoL ... and the honesty (that I expected) of not just tossing guesses.

    OH ... might be worth noting that we have a set of unused Peavey SSE12s from a former building. Should I toss the whole conversion project, hang the Peavey's and acquire a decent amp for those instead?

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  • AWOsRadio
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    thanks for the heads up.

  • fpitas
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    Yeah, speaker (re)design isn't a spectator sport.

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  • billfitzmaurice
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    Until he gets them down from the ceiling and gets pics we can't help anyway.

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  • djg
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    He could be watching without logging in.

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  • fpitas
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    Originally posted by djg View Post
    Op mia.
    Maybe decided to buy some cheap Behringers etc. instead of playing amateur audio engineer. Which is probably the right move.

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  • djg
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    Op mia.

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  • fpitas
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    Originally posted by Brian Steele View Post
    My guess is that the horn is not properly filtered, so the speaker has a midrange peak that probably sounds pretty bad.

    As the others said, more information is required.
    Yeah, some flat front horns are mainly good as noise makers, but a few null filters might make them less strident.

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  • Brian Steele
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    My guess is that the horn is not properly filtered, so the speaker has a midrange peak that probably sounds pretty bad.

    As the others said, more information is required.

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  • billfitzmaurice
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    Not smart enough to block them from joining.

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  • fpitas
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    Originally posted by billfitzmaurice View Post
    It's obvious spam when a first time poster pastes an obviously copied response that has little to no relevance to the topic at hand. This one wasn't even smart enough to put in a link to whatever he was peddling. I guess even spam sources can't find good help these days.
    I *think* they got smart and won't let noobs post links for a while.

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  • billfitzmaurice
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    It's obvious spam when a first time poster pastes an obviously copied response that has little to no relevance to the topic at hand. This one wasn't even smart enough to put in a link to whatever he was peddling. I guess even spam sources can't find good help these days.

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