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  1. LlewBondhu
    03-02-2013 09:31 PM
    LlewBondhu
    New member and I can't post? Help. Thx
  2. prerich
    02-28-2013 08:33 PM
    prerich
    A.P.B. for Big Daddy!!!!
  3. Big Daddy
    01-13-2013 04:14 AM
    Big Daddy
    Yes, but make sure the speakers are not too close to the wall. Bipolar speakers have drivers on their back side and they need to be away from the wall.
  4. shayneca
    01-12-2013 10:47 PM
    shayneca
    Hi do you think it is a good idea to use the definitive technologies BP6B as surrounds?
  5. Big Daddy
    10-11-2012 11:23 PM
    Big Daddy
    That should work. Just check the impedances and make sure the amplifiers can power them.
  6. s33s
    10-10-2012 07:52 PM
    s33s
    What about combining this Pyramid amp and this set of Lanzar subs mounted inside and at the feet of a very solid DIY bed (180x225) facing forward,with a Dayton Audio SA230 and a couple of TST209 Clark Synthesis transducers placed at the torso or buttocks area???....
    would that work?
  7. Big Daddy
    10-06-2012 02:30 PM
    Big Daddy
    Yes, you can have subwoofers and the Clark Transducers connected to your AVR. I do that. The only thing that is important is to have a separate amplifier power the Clark Transducers. Also, you may have to put the two woofers in a new box and have a new amplifier drive them. As their impedance is high (12 ohm), you can connect them in parallel to the amplifier. Without a box, the woofers will not give you much. The cabinet of a subwoofer may be more important than the driver in its performance. You can build or buy flat subwoofer boxes that fit under the bed. I have such a flat subwoofer under my sofa.
  8. s33s
    10-05-2012 02:22 PM
    s33s
    I read the thread you started,here, "The Official Bass Shaker, Buttkicker, Tactile Transducer Thread " and got me into thinking...
    I am about to remodel my bedroom and place there a 5.1 system,but there is not much space for subs.
    So, I thought to incorporate them to the bed, and use a couple or more TST209 Clark Synthesis transducers...
    the point is that I still have the two woofers of my late yamaha yst-sw160 (http://usa.yamaha.com/products/audio..._u/?mode=model) and I wonder if I could combine these parts for a really vibrating bed (DIY or IKEA) like you did in your sofa....
    the woofers are 12οhm each,model XV534A0,live and kicking. It was the amp that died and made me to replace it with another sub...

    Can it be done,or I should follow a more conventional way using a sub,or a sub and transducers combined?
    Can you give me any directions or ideas?
    I would appreciate it very much....
  9. Big Daddy
    04-12-2012 10:38 AM
    Big Daddy
    The answer to all three questions is yes. You can make as many legs as you want and cover the bottom with as much dense foam as possible.
  10. sherpa25
    04-08-2012 10:05 AM
    sherpa25
    Hi Big Daddy, thanks for tip on the Risers. I'm about to make a couple and have a few questions.
    1. For the legs, can I use 4 legs (instead of 2) so that the foam underneath won't be seen, and will appear neater rather than 4 legs that might make it look like a stool?
    2. For higher risers, can't I just make the 4 legs 2" x 6" instead of putting corner legs, or did you just add the 4 poles/legs since you were already done making the 2"x4" legs?
    3. Now if I make the riser 6", should the foam also be 6" thick, or what's the minimum thickness of foam I should put underneath?

    Thanks much!

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    Family Room: Mitsubishi 73" Diamond Series TV, Yamaha DSP-A3090 Rec., DirecTV HD-DVR, PS3, Zvox Speaker, 1 DIY 12" Sub.

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