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  1. Here you go Mate - https://www.minidsp.com/applications/acoustic-measurements/umik-1-setup-with-rew Read it as it's really not that hard to set up and run sweeps....refer to the AVS lik on the 6kDSP in regards to importing or copying filters As for clip lights I wouldn't worry with the behringer as long as they aren't solid lit on every scene. You are using subwoofers after all and not mid or tweeters. I'll find the link later with Behringers TRUE power rating. Cheers, Brett
  2. Oldie but a goodie here - http://www.subwoofer-builder.com/integration/index.htm Pretty sure the page owner may be a member or in the past? That website is where I got a heap of the ideas and the gain matching (bump box) fix etc..... Bump box info I was talking about - http://www.subwoofer-builder.com/cleanbox/cleanbox.htm
  3. Just a quick response for you Troy as I haven't read any updates since a month ago and just skimmed it then. I'm surprised you don't have a multimeter even a two buck chuck would do for your wiring (ohms) and checking connections.... Anyway..... below is a link for your amp (6kdsp) mate to the AVS forum and majority of info you'd need with its setup and the handy 20hz highshelf glitch for a flat amp response! Also in my experience over the 10yrs+ dealing with pro amps in consumer grade setups (AVR amp to pro audio amp connection) that the line levels are different and unless the pro amp has a switch for +4 dbu to -10 dbv (hopefully yours does being dsp) then I'd recommend a bump box inline and specifically the Samson S-Convert unless you mod an Art Cleanbox. http://www.avsforum.com/forum/155-diy-speakers-subs/2911854-nu6000dsp-amp-rundown.html
  4. I doubt it. Even with every channel running speakers flat chat you'd be nowhere near its rated output in amps. Hook up five subs and give them all a 10hz sine wave flat out then you will....
  5. Seriously, who steals a power board! Mark a sold if it's sold....
  6. At Spotlight you can buy a bag of Dacron which is just from a roll and stuffed in. Price it up between that and pillows but I bought the bag as the cheap pillows previously internally had the cheap material exactly like the $2 Woolworths/Coles bags that perish into dust over time! I'd just single layer it on the walls. Don't stuff the cab so it blocks the path of the two subs, same goes for a PR setup although I don't use any padding at all in my PR boxes after testing....
  7. Thanks Josh. I'll do some research... Cheers, Brett
  8. I'm expressing my interest! Could you please PM some extra info (age, are surrounds the same as LCR's) For others to help with the Ad -
  9. bjc

    FS: 2 SGR SS18p Mal x

    How old are the subs and how much for the Peavey amp?
  10. My brain hurts...haha. Practical experience is the only way I understand complicated (for me being very mediocre at math) activities! After reading various other topics on MSO I believe this is the the king of lfe territory as far as multi seat room calibration goes...
  11. PM'd you for a price on diy AT material Rich.
  12. Took me 2mins to find the info on my phone....cut and pasted from their 2008 catalogue. Frequency Range 40Hz - 40kHz in room response Power Handling Maximum 200 watts RMS amplifier power Sensitivity 90dB for 2.83 volts at 1 metre Configuration 6 driver 3-way bi-wirable / bi-ampable Bass Drivers 4 x nominal 130mm (5”) coated paper cones. 26mm (1”) voice coil wound on high powered aluminium former provides good linearity and driver control at large cone excursion. Midrange Driver 1 x nominal 130mm (5”) coated paper cone. 26mm (1”) voice coil wound on high powered aluminium former, using copper shorting ring and oversized magnet for lower distortion. Tweeter 26mm (1”) dual concentric diaphragm with wave-guide centre plug for controlled directivity. Non-reflective dual chambered magnet structure with copper shorting ring to lower distortion. Crossover Points 340kHz & 2.5kHz Impedance Nominally 4 ohms Enclosure Type Dual chambers – sealed midrange chamber, with bass reflex main chamber, front vented with internal / external flaring Dimensions 220mm high x 900mm wide x 365mm deep Material 19mm MDF enclosure, heavily braced, with 25mm MDF front baffle Finish Lacquered timber veneer Volume 45 litres internal Weight 24kg each
  13. If still available I'll take it thanks Corey.