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#140 - 06/18/01 04:09 PM "My Room" & Phase & Frequency Control
craig Offline
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Registered: 06/18/01
Posts: 1
1. In your FAQ you refer to "my room" feature for customized speaker placement. Could you please tell me where I could find this information?

2. I was wondering why the EP subs use only a switch with only 2 setting 0 and 180 to set phase. I would have thought that a variable potentiometer would have been more precise. Just wondering?

3. As for the crossover frequency control. Would it make sense to adjust it to a lower frequency if the main speakers produced a decent amount of bass themselves? I suppose overlapping would not be desirable.

Thanks,
Craig



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#141 - 06/23/01 04:06 PM Re: "My Room" & Phase & Frequency Control
axiomadmin Offline
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Registered: 03/09/01
Posts: 94
Loc: Muskoka, ON
Hi Craig;

1. The 'my room' feature is a work in process. We're trying to find a programmer who can make it work the way we picture it. Stay tuned!

2. In deciding what features to include in our subs, the high cost and limited usefulness of variable phase settings eliminated it as an option.

3. Yes, it does make sense to adjust down the crossover frequency control , especially if the sub is not on the same plane as the front channels.



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