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  • filmslayer
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    Originally posted by jbruner View Post
    I'm pretty sure what he means by "pound on them" is running a large amp near clipping for hours at a time!
    you're correct . they do what we built them to do and they do it very well ! hope you're well my friend , i need to send you email and catch up .

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  • jbruner
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    I'm pretty sure what he means by "pound on them" is running a large amp near clipping for hours at a time!

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  • filmslayer
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    7 years now , i still pound on them everyday ! have had no desire to build anything better

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  • scottvalentin
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    Looks good Filmslayer, glad to hear you are still enjoying them after all this time and especially after all the effort that went into them!

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  • filmslayer
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    a few things guys . after four years with these as my daily's i can honestly say i love them even more than the day i've finished them !

    and thanks to a comment i read by Wolf , i have went back in and added the photo's again and photobucket seems to be free again . as a test i uploaded the below curves .




    Originally posted by Pete Schumacher View Post
    I'd address that plateau between 450 and 1500Hz.
    There may be nothing at all wrong with your electronics.

    Pete , those were out door measurements . as i just received a new UMM-6 from warranty on my 4yr old one , kudos to PE customer service ! here is the first in room i've taken . you can see the plateau is not as bad . this was from 4ft , tweet axis , middle of room with a few pillows on the floor in front . 1/12th smooth .




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  • filmslayer
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    I'd address that plateau between 450 and 1500Hz.
    There may be nothing at all wrong with your electronics.
    the issue with electronics is my amp will clip long before my speakers ever think of giving up and i have 145w per channel ! that plateau is there cause of my padding the tweets , after a month of voicing they were a little bright otherwise .

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  • Pete Schumacher
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    I'd address that plateau between 450 and 1500Hz.
    There may be nothing at all wrong with your electronics.

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  • filmslayer
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    WOW , it's been 2 years today that i finished these ! i was thinking of doing a write up but don't what to say . i can tell you that i'm still very happy with them , they do everything very well and nothing wrong . i hit my goals rite on the head , BIG , loud , amp friendly , clean and accurate . these have shown me the weakness in my electronics and i'm now looking at new amps .
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  • filmslayer
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    Re: RS-P WWMTM 3 Way underway ( pic heavy )

    thanks ... rockin some Rush at the moment ... ;)

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  • tmhutson
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    Wow, really nice.
    Rock on!
    Now break them in... Hard.
    :D

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  • filmslayer
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    Re: RS-P WWMTM 3 Way underway ( pic heavy )

    good news , everything went in and is working great . i got my other big speakers(2.5's) put up last night and these in place . they sound awesome !

    these were a lot of work and i'd like to thank Josh , Chris and rpb for all their help along the way ...

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  • filmslayer
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    Re: RS-P WWMTM 3 Way underway ( pic heavy )

    4" PP , 5" long .

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  • tyger23
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    Those [email protected]$ aren't big enough to fill up that port hole....

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  • joeybutts
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    Now there is a design with some [email protected]$.

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  • filmslayer
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    Last edited by filmslayer; 06-28-2018, 03:17 PM.

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