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#388952 - 01/29/13 05:30 PM Re: LFR 1100 owners…. [Re: dakkon]
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Thanks. I'll read the link shortly.
That's roughly the setup I've used for my M80's.



Edited by brwsaw (01/29/13 05:43 PM)
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#388975 - 01/29/13 10:57 PM Re: LFR 1100 owners…. [Re: brwsaw]
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Originally Posted By: brwsaw
Thanks. I'll read the link shortly.
That's roughly the setup I've used for my M80's.



I was a little off..only 7'6" center to center. Still 16" off the wall (I moved the ent. unit out to match the appearance and brought the screen closer at the same time).
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#389023 - 01/30/13 09:54 PM Re: LFR 1100 owners…. [Re: dakkon]
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Originally Posted By: dakkon
Cohesion, not exactly..

1 amp (1,200 watts @ 2ohm/per channel) for front speakers on the LFR's
1 amp (500 watt @4 ohm/per channel) for rear speakers on the LFR's
1 amp (500 watt @4 ohm/per channel) for center + 2 surrounds.

So, 2 stereo amps, and 1 three channel amp.


brwsaw read the below pdf. Start on page 15.

http://wilsonaudio.com/pdf/manual_soph3.pdf


my LFR's are 14 inches away from the wall, and about 13 feet apart.. they are towed in about 5-8 degrees, don't know the exact angle...


Thanks for that info! Dude you need way more amp power!!

Seriously though it must be a great setup! Just curious why you quoted the 2 ohm output power for the LFR fronts. Thought they were rated at 4.

That Wilson guide is quite good too.

Have you tried the boundary compensation switch on the back of the DSP?

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#389065 - 01/31/13 08:36 PM Re: LFR 1100 owners…. [Re: sauniq]
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i quoted the 2 ohm rating because that is what the amp is stable to.. The minimum impedance of the LFR's is just above 3 ohms.


No, i don't think i have tried the Boundary compensation switch.. i hooked everything up and then just enjoy it.. I guess i could....

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#405428 - 06/11/14 09:07 PM Re: LFR 1100 owners…. [Re: sauniq]
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Loc: western canada
Interestingly a pair of LFR1100 in rosewood came up for sale locally rather recently.
Coincidence?
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