OB H-Frame / A370PEQ / HX800 amp Box Flat Packs

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Re: OB H-Frame / A370PEQ / HX800 amp Box Flat Packs
« Reply #260 on: 31 May 2017, 08:23 pm »
Based on the weight of my triples, each sub may tip the scales at 340 lbs!

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Re: OB H-Frame / A370PEQ / HX800 amp Box Flat Packs
« Reply #261 on: 2 Jun 2017, 11:43 pm »
Jay, those effing things are huge! There's something to be said for ostentatiousness, eh? I'd love to hear 'em someday.

Could be they'd stress a significant other out, though. Maybe you could string a rope between them and use as clothes line....Dual purpose, you know.

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« Reply #262 on: 29 Aug 2017, 08:57 pm »
 :lol:  too funny Peter.   

Have a customer who's interested in some quads so I threw a mock up of them together in the shop to snap a couple  photos.

   
Recently we did a paiir of the modular cabinets in dual form for a customer. When  we were looking at them mocked up inthe shop, I thought it might look cool if  I cut the reveal both above the top module  and below the  bottom module to give the illusion  the top and base  were "floating".    It tunred out pretty cool , you  can this in the pictures above

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« Reply #263 on: 29 Aug 2017, 10:23 pm »
Does anyone in Atlanta have these and would be let me have a listen?

Sure would be cool. 8)

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« Reply #264 on: 30 Aug 2017, 12:59 am »
If anyone is near Maryland, let me know.  I have the 6x12's servo sub arrays with the OB line arrays.

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« Reply #265 on: 30 Aug 2017, 12:59 am »
Does anyone in Atlanta have these and would be let me have a listen?

Sure would be cool. 8)

Wierd, I feel like we sent a set of triples to someone in Georgeia but  digging through records, I can't  find it :scratch:  I know of someone in Tyrone, who may   let you hear a set of duals (not  these particular cabinets but  still dual  OB h-frames)  as well as a guy in  N Carolina who I know wouild be more than happy to  let you hear his triples.... yeah I know N Carolina is a  bit of  jont ....
Danny may  know of someone down  in your  area with a pair  ?
jay

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« Reply #266 on: 30 Aug 2017, 01:02 am »
If anyone is near Maryland, let me know.  I have the 6x12's servo sub arrays with the OB line arrays.

that's the low frequency thump we all hear  from coast to coast at times right Rich?   :lol:

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Re: OB H-Frame / A370PEQ / HX800 amp Box Flat Packs
« Reply #267 on: 30 Aug 2017, 01:16 am »
Yes.  As often as possible!  :D

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« Reply #268 on: 30 Aug 2017, 02:49 am »
I know of someone in Tyrone, who may let you hear a set of duals (not these particular cabinets but still dual OB h-frames)

Yeah, I know that guy, too. :lol:  I have a set of duals in Stone Mountain.


   

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« Reply #269 on: 30 Aug 2017, 10:31 pm »
I have a pair of the MMG's over here right now. I am going to give them a good examination and figure out what I can do with them. I think there is a lot that can be done with them.

I am thinking a pair of triples may match up nicely with the Maggie .7 speakers.  Have you figured out what can be done with the MMG's?

Seems to me this would be a tremendously capable system that doesn't cost as much as a new car.

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« Reply #270 on: 30 Aug 2017, 10:33 pm »
If anyone is near Maryland, let me know.  I have the 6x12's servo sub arrays with the OB line arrays.

I am in Frederick, have had a long interest in the servo sub H-frames.

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« Reply #271 on: 30 Aug 2017, 11:01 pm »
I am thinking a pair of triples may match up nicely with the Maggie .7 speakers.  Have you figured out what can be done with the MMG's?

Seems to me this would be a tremendously capable system that doesn't cost as much as a new car.

Triple 12's should be a great match. I recently built a pair of triple 8 servo subs with A370 amps for someone who is pairing them with Maggie 3.6s. He and his wife love them.

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« Reply #272 on: 30 Aug 2017, 11:22 pm »
I have a pair of 3x8" H-Frames with HX300 servo amps and drivers to be built.  Also have the 3x8" U frame here as well with amps.  They are extra at this point.

I am about 110 miles south of Frederick.  PM me if you are going to be in the area. 

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Re: H-Frame Flat Packs
« Reply #273 on: 31 Aug 2017, 04:03 pm »
I am thinking a pair of triples may match up nicely with the Maggie .7 speakers.  Have you figured out what can be done with the MMG's?

Yeah, I made a whole thread on upgrading the MMG's. It was a pretty significant upgrade.

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Seems to me this would be a tremendously capable system that doesn't cost as much as a new car.

The MMG's with upgrades were really good for a small budget. They do need quite a bit of power though. So keep that in mind for your budget too.

And the servo subs are the easiest to match up with them. The flexibility of the servo system allows them to do just about anything. And with the open baffle servo system its a perfect match. 

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« Reply #274 on: 31 Aug 2017, 04:09 pm »
Yeah, I made a whole thread on upgrading the MMG's. It was a pretty significant upgrade.

The MMG's with upgrades were really good for a small budget. They do need quite a bit of power though. So keep that in mind for your budget too.

And the servo subs are the easiest to match up with them. The flexibility of the servo system allows them to do just about anything. And with the open baffle servo system its a perfect match.

For the client with the 3.6s we added an in-line filter to keep the Maggies from having to deal with first octave signals. By filtering the lows off the Maggies he found they played much cleaner and don't need as much power as before. He says his power amps for the Maggies now barely twitch the needles, keeping them almost entirely in class A mode (Pass Labs class A/B amp).