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Old 10th December 2007, 20:52   #256
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ok, lets see how good navin is with hindi. since its not allowed here i request navinji to pm me something in hindi..
my written hindi is better understood because my "catholic-school" accent does not get in the way.
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my written hindi is better understood because my "catholic-school" accent does not get in the way.
ok so i need to meet you in person to know your skills with the language.

and a question for you. i have asked it eearlier on some thread i think.

how can i TA my front stage with the sub? my HU cant do TA. is there any active or passive circuit i can build to add delay? i think its quite difficult in passive but it can be done by taking the active route. im desperate to do it honestly. navinji, i think you are my best hope.

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Old 11th December 2007, 09:30   #258
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how can i TA my front stage with the sub?
I thought that TA was perhaps only required for stretch limos or trailer homes.? Could someone please enlighten?
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how can i TA my front stage with the sub? my HU cant do TA. is there any active or passive circuit i can build to add delay?
there are both passive (often found in lodspeakers and used to align the tweeter with the woofer) and active circuits that can delay (I think I saw some on Elliot's pages - LBM is the Google Meister).

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I thought that TA was perhaps only required for stretch limos or trailer homes.? Could someone please enlighten?
TA is used both in home audio as well as car audio.
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Old 11th December 2007, 10:16   #260
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how can i TA my front stage with the sub? my HU cant do TA. is there any active or passive circuit i can build to add delay? i think its quite difficult in passive but it can be done by taking the active route. im desperate to do it honestly. navinji, i think you are my best hope.
Clip I would suggest to get the HU as fast as possible becuase you can do the TA from it. Making a DIY will be a tough job as the components will not easily avalable. Do take me wrong sense I am just suggesting.

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I thought that TA was perhaps only required for stretch limos or trailer homes.? Could someone please enlighten?
Anup Ji here are some nice fine article which discuss about TA, Phase, Cross Over Filter, Group Delay.

Phase, Time and Distortion in Loudspeakers

Phase Correction - Myth or Magic

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there are both passive (often found in lodspeakers and used to align the tweeter with the woofer) and active circuits that can delay (I think I saw some on Elliot's pages - LBM is the Google Meister).
I think he is Rod Elliot.
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Old 11th December 2007, 11:59   #261
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I thought that TA was perhaps only required for stretch limos or trailer homes.? Could someone please enlighten?
it did make quite a huge difference in gills swift. you need to listen to believe.

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there are both passive (often found in lodspeakers and used to align the tweeter with the woofer) and active circuits that can delay (I think I saw some on Elliot's pages - LBM is the Google Meister).



TA is used both in home audio as well as car audio.
elliot sound products. i will look for it. thanks

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Clip I would suggest to get the HU as fast as possible becuase you can do the TA from it. Making a DIY will be a tough job as the components will not easily avalable. Do take me wrong sense I am just suggesting.



Anup Ji here are some nice fine article which discuss about TA, Phase, Cross Over Filter, Group Delay.

Phase, Time and Distortion in Loudspeakers

Phase Correction - Myth or Magic



I think he is Rod Elliot.
lbm, i will buy the HU but i wan to try it. i will order parts if need be.
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I am thinking of shorlisting the amps for IDQ15"d2v2(100-600W),can some one share the power range i should look for to shortlist the amp.The sub is in sealed enclosure.
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I am thinking of shorlisting the amps for IDQ15"d2v2(100-600W),can some one share the power range i should look for to shortlist the amp.The sub is in sealed enclosure.
What is your budget ?
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LBM, i am thinking to plan and save according to the AMP amount but it should be around 25k!Bur firstly i should be clear what power range should i look for?

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you can go for anything like 500-800 rms range. Higher the better as you will get good head room for the sub to play clean.
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A Dual 2 ohm voice coil Sub = two options for you.
Either series mode i.e. 4ohm
Or Paralled i.e. Nearly 1ohm.

Keep the above two in mind while selecting whatever Amp you want.

And yes, anyone with any idea on approx pricing of following amps?
Kenwood 9103
Audison SRx 1D
Steg K2/01 or any other suitable one.
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And yes, anyone with any idea on approx pricing of following amps?
Kenwood 9103
Audison SRx 1D
Steg K2/01 or any other suitable one.
Since you are having a 4 or 1 ohm sub the Steg K-Series would be a issue to wire. So you can go for Qmos Series 220.2 it will give 730 watts at 4 ohms perfect for your application.

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Old 22nd December 2007, 22:01   #268
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Friends what u suggest:-
Option1-A two channel amp 150*2@4 ohms n 500@4ohms bridged
OPtion2-A mono block 500 @4ohms and 1200@1 ohms.Class AB amp
Option3-A mono block270@4 ohms,640@1 ohms.
Out of these which could be the best option for IDQ 15"

CHeers!
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Friends what u suggest:-
Option1-A two channel amp 150*2@4 ohms n 500@4ohms bridged
OPtion2-A mono block 500 @4ohms and 1200@1 ohms.Class AB amp
Option3-A mono block270@4 ohms,640@1 ohms.
Out of these which could be the best option for IDQ 15"

CHeers!

Option a would be under powered and same in the case of option 2 also if wired in 4 ohms and over powered when done at 1 ohms.

The best bet is the option 3.
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Old 23rd December 2007, 02:51   #270
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LBM bai ji what if one sets' gains to bare min on 1 ohm in option-2 just asking if it can be done without stressing the sub!
I think i should be looking somewhere around 800w!!!
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