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Would anyone say for Onix Reference 0.5s, the ups 2 is better than the TCA Gizmo? Obviously for getting really loud, but im not sure if i should invest.

edit: looks like the emotiva has two inputs?
it looks that way in the pics but not in the manual look at page 12
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post #282 of 3866
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Key words there are max load - under real world conditions, I highly doubt you'll make it never the danger zone in that regard.

I (admittedly pretty dumbly) have run two Mackie 1232zs off a single 20amp breaker before and by the grace of whatever deity you choose to believe in I didnt blow it.
That makes me feel better, because I just wanted to be safe with this...

Though, I've seen parts express have power conditioners, what do they do, specifically?

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na when you blow a breaker you know you have it up loud enough
I admit, I was worried at first, but I eventually began to think that I wouldn't have to worry since I wouldn't be running all this at max volume.

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Would anyone say for Onix Reference 0.5s, the ups 2 is better than the TCA Gizmo? Obviously for getting really loud, but im not sure if i should invest.

edit: looks like the emotiva has two inputs?
7 inputs


And...

Here is a picture of my poor poor 10inch cerwin vega:


Already got a refoam kit ordered for it from speakerex...

My goodness, that foam on that sub is weaker than toilet paper. lol It was out of my SAT-6W unit.

I have heard that you can hook speakers up to 1.5 volt batteries, which makes the cone centered for you when you refoam it, is this true? I don't really want to have to remove the dust cap, but if I have to, I will.

Really, I wouldn't mind going into speaker repair. (This would be my very first refoam. I want to do it right and well.)
Edited by Hoodcom - 3/12/09 at 6:48pm
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do my G51's make it into the club ?
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post #284 of 3866
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Originally Posted by noname View Post
Would anyone say for Onix Reference 0.5s, the ups 2 is better than the TCA Gizmo? Obviously for getting really loud, but im not sure if i should invest.

edit: looks like the emotiva has two inputs?
you would need a preamp for volume control and source selection.
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do my G51's make it into the club ?
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we have agreed to exclude Logitech and any other pc-based speaker brandings from acceptance into the club. As of now, any and all speaker brands that reach beyond pc-intention, including stereo and HTIB, are deemed acceptable and fit within the parameters of the club. For now, specific sets such as Klipsch ProMedia's and Swan M10's, both of which are pc-based for all intents and purposes, are not deemed to fit within these parameters.

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you would need a preamp for volume control and source selection.
I see, so much for a 200 dollars upgrade- I'd rather just do the ninja mod.

Thanks solo

I love the Cerwin Vega logo btw.
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do my G51's make it into the club ?
Klipsch ProMedia 2.1's don't, so no.
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I love the Cerwin Vega logo btw.
Same. I'm a little sad that my SAT-6S satellites don't have the logo on their dustcap, same for my CLS-6C Center channel speaker.

To be honest, I am kind of surprised to see the SAT-6W have two 4" ports on it. I have a HT-10D with one 4" port... both passive subwoofer units have 10" drivers. I kind of expected the SAT-6W to be a 12". Doesn't matter, I'd like to hear it once I get the driver repaired.
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You guys and your 250-300wpc solid state amps.

There's something endearing about running my Cicadas with a pair of output 2A3's capable of a whopping 3wpc max .
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You guys and your 250-300wpc solid state amps.

There's something endearing about running my Cicadas with a pair of output 2A3's capable of a whopping 3wpc max .
How loud can that get? I'm curious.
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