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In Reply to: Perhaps the TV cabinet, too. posted by GCNewsom on November 7, 2004 at 18:13:07:
Placing fabring (tacked up a towel to test) on the sides of the cabinet made a slight improvement. Thanks for the good idea.
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Topic - reduce speaker cabinet coloration, increase tonal accuravy, naturalness (long) - twisty 11:41:48 11/07/04 (14)
- Yes... replace the mid/bass gasket... if there even IS a gasket... - tonemaniac 05:28:48 11/08/04 (4)
- Re: Yes... replace the mid/bass gasket... if there even IS a gasket... - Bob Rex 14:24:07 11/08/04 (3)
- Re: torque - Fatcobra 13:42:17 11/09/04 (0)
- welllll... this is the subject of a long investigation in my music crib - tonemaniac 05:05:20 11/09/04 (1)
- What exactly is tight - Bob Rex 10:17:30 11/10/04 (0)
- Have you checked what your room acoustics - warnerwh 16:04:00 11/07/04 (4)
- There's not much I can do about this. - twisty 16:16:42 11/07/04 (3)
- Re: reduce speaker cabinet coloration, increase tonal accuravy, naturalness (long) - andy evans 12:37:03 11/07/04 (2)
- Re: reduce speaker cabinet coloration, increase tonal accuravy, naturalness (long) - twisty 13:02:06 11/07/04 (1)
- Herbie's Audio Lab Mini IsoMat & PLC - Duster 11:43:53 11/11/04 (0)
- 'accuravy', of course, is pretty much the same as 'accuracy'. -nt - twisty 11:56:31 11/07/04 (0)
- I think you're correct - twisty 20:37:52 11/07/04 (0)
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