Hi all. I'm about to hit the go key on an Otica MTM and a double H-frame build.
The easy part of my questions will be about the build. I'm a little smitten with the way ebag4's build came out and plan on emulating (hopefully not too poorly) to a certain extent his build. I have seen specific dimensions for the H-frames but not the Otica MTM so I'm not sure how they fit together. Going off of random photos I can get off of the interwebs though. It appears they have different depths.
I plan on buying the flat pack for the MTM and building my own H-frame
The flat pack appears to be hanging off of the back of the H-frame.
Assuming this is the case, That would mean either the the MTM was cut down or the H-frame was added to in depth, and also height as the woofers are both facing forward.
Is adding to the depth an issue or should the mtm be cut down?
Also it appears that ebag4 added a 1/2" thickness to the h-frame for his speaker grills. Was this also accounted for and the h-frames are a total of 1" wider now?
Next big questions are about my room and system.
Luckily I am only 5'8". The ceiling height in this space is only 6'4" is in the highest spot. Am I going to have unwanted issues putting these speakers in here?
And the system. Keithh mentioned his passive being an issue in this chain.
I'm not very knowledgeable about what will and wont work. I'm putting together a better system then I had and I just want everything to work. I currently have a 3.5 watt 2a3 mono block amp.http://www.triodelab.com/2a3-set-mono-b-locks/
and plan on adding a LDR passive pre. Either a Tortuga or Truth. Do you foresee any issues with this? Maybe I should start a separate thread else where on building my components other then the speakers?
I really appreciate the help and look forward to your feedback.