The triple subs are finished!
Sent the cabinets to a furniture shop for the black and clear coats a couple of weeks ago. Got one of them back last Friday but they had to repair some damage they caused on the second one. Gave me time to focus on the one cabinet and I spent the weekend adjusting the settings. By Tuesday I had the bass blended in with the Maggie’s. Sounded amazing and tight. I got the second cabinet back yesterday. So I spent the evening installing the drivers and wiring it up. Had about an hour and a half listening time. It’s a little muddy and it’s going to take some adjustments to blend them together.
I mostly listen to vinyl and first impressions is there is so much depth and now the bass fills the room. The Maggie’s (1.6’s with Danny's crossover upgrade) blend well with the subs. They seemed to open up a bit more and I noticed the mid bass has more punch. Very pleased with what I am hearing and can’t wait until they get a few hours on them. I learned a lot and glad I decided to do veneer. It was a ton of extra work but I really like the way they turned out. Even impressed the wife.
Little about my room. It's 14x16 hard walled with wood paneling . I have floor to ceiling bass traps in the front corners and panels on the side and front walls. I have run REW to adjust the panels locations and have the room setup to my liking. The Maggie's and triple subs are 5' out from the front wall. Unfortunately I have to share the room with my home theater for now and a Outlaw sub is behind each.
So all that’s left is the No Rez and grills. I will be seeing Danny in a couple of weeks. Going with a friend of mine and his Klipsch La Scala’s for Danny to design some crossovers. Will pick up the No Rez then. No rush on the grills.
Big thank you to Danny and Killian for all your help and amazing products!
Appreciate all comments and suggestions!
Time to enjoy!