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In Reply to: Stacked advents woofer to woofer posted by sanman on January 21, 2021 at 08:27:54:
decades actually, since I had stacked Advents.
I tried them horizontal as Hornlover described, but preferred them vertical, with tweeters up.
I wonder if your stridency results from a damaged tweeter or crossover problem? Placing the tweeters so high and low puts you out of the direct radiation as you have them when seated.
Also, someone recommended placing a resistor (?) inline between the two speakers to roll off one woofer around 100 Hz or so. That way it functioned more as a mid-woofer and overall bass was reduced. That resulted in better balanced sound overall. Sorry, I don't remember the value or know enough about crossovers to calculate it. But I liked that best.
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Topic - Stacked advents woofer to woofer - sanman 08:27:54 01/21/21 ( 13)
- RE: Stacked advents woofer to woofer - hifitommy 12:02:57 02/13/21 ( 0)
set the Wayback Machine.. Mr Peabody - bare 09:19:21 01/23/21 ( 1)
- Come along, Sherman. Nothing to see here. NT - sleeper 19:46:47 01/23/21 ( 0)
RE: Stacked advents woofer to woofer - firstname.lastname@example.org 20:39:09 01/22/21 ( 3) RE: stacked advents - sanman 14:15:00 01/22/21 ( 0)
RE: Stacked advents woofer to woofer - Uncle Mike 03:50:26 01/22/21 ( 1)
- RE: Stacked advents woofer to woofer - email@example.com 08:59:05 01/22/21 ( 0)
It has been years, - M3 lover 01/21/21 10:58:58 01/21/21 ( 0)
Mine were woofer to woofer vertically. )MT( - J. S. Bach 09:45:15 01/21/21 ( 0)
RE: Stacked advents woofer to woofer - Hornlover 08:44:45 01/21/21 ( 0)