Danny, your videos just keep getting better and better! I enjoy picking up more info each time and am slowly getting a better understanding of how things work. I still need to understand the basic ELECTRICAL funtion of the basic functions of the various pasts of the crossover. I took a basic Electrical Class many (many) years ago, but quickly discovered it was not my strong point. I’ve forgotten virtually everything I learned. I need to review basic schematics again. Pretty easy info to pick up, I just need to dedicate some time to it.
Wondering about future topics you might cover in your videos. I was wondering if you had thought about getting a bit into speaker placement theory as far as spacing and toe-in. I’ve pulled my speakers as far into the room as I can get away with. The front wall is over 4 feet away from the back of the closest driver (right at 4 feet to the cabinet itself), so it’s not too bad.
I have some leeway with respect to how far apart the speakers are from each other. I have tried the “Golden Triangle” positioning and wasn’t overly impressed. Too near field for me. I then played around until I got a fairly smooth FR and worked on toe in so that I got it as wide as possible but still have a clear pinpoint center image when appropriate. (Well recorded single acoustic instrument or voice).
Then I start fiddling with the EQ on the Servos. I’m fairly happy with it, but still not certain I have it right.
Have you thought about a video on how to properly set EQ & Phase on the Servos? Acoustic considerations for positioning/toe in would also be appreciated.