Thanks for another great OB Basics video. I really learned a lot about configuring the amp settings for my H-frames. Going to start tweaking some more now. . .
Question for you, Sir. On the full range OB models using an asymmetric baffle, the short side of the baffle is on the outer or wall side of the frame. Which makes sense since the goal is to control dispersion in that direction. But what are your thoughts about applying that reasoning to either a home theater setup or in my case, a near field desk setup, where I want to minimize the reflections off a TV or a computer monitor? There are certainly trade-offs with room control a bit but I am curious how that will affect a full ranged center image. I haven't built any OB nearfields just yet, parts are on the way. But I experiment a lot with acoustic treatment between my nearfield speakers and my computer monitor and it makes a huge difference. Truly immersive. My goal is to take that a step further with OB nearfields.