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miniDSP 2x4 at the Frickelfest light 2013 6 years 8 months ago #7897

  • curryman
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Just wanted to share another small project we did with miniDSP 2x4:

About 60 small 3" fullrange prototypes have been send to DIY-freaks all over Germany and this weekend we listened to the results of all the efforts to make some good sounding speaker out of it. Have a look here.

We used miniDSP 2x4 for crossover and EQ. the complete Setup was kind of weird, but lot of fun ;)
- Turntable
- MC phono pre prototype (tube based without input transformer yet no noise!)
- miniDSP 2x4
- Pioneer class D for highs and Acoustic Arts Amp II for lows
- Our speakers with 3" fullrange and Mordaunt Short (taken from Naim SBL) woofer in TQWT

Crossover development took us less than half an hour (didn't even have the time to save the measurements) ;)

Best regards, Daniel
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Re: miniDSP 2x4 at the Frickelfest light 2013 6 years 8 months ago #7906

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Looks great! Some very inventive speakers there :)

Direct link to photos: www.holgerbarske.com/foursome/
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Re: miniDSP 2x4 at the Frickelfest light 2013 6 years 8 months ago #8009

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heheh.. That's indeed some very creative speaker setup! That looked like a great/fun event!
Wish we could fly over to these, bring a couple of drinks and spend an afternoon listening to tunes.. Sounds like a great way to spend the week end!

Thanks for sharing Daniel!

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