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I have all of my audio equipment serviced by a trusted electronic engineer friend. He always does first class work and in this case, I can vouch for the before and after performance being like night and day. He has serviced a lot of NAD equipment for me (and many others) over the years and I personally wouldn't take my stuff anywhere else.
I hope that helps? Feel free to DM me if you require any further info. This is a really nice amp with a lot of flexibility in its use with respe
Interesting observations. I recently used the presets on a miniDSP SHD to try out a number of different crossovers from 60Hz (where my MBLs drop off) to iirc something like 125Hz. The idea was to see what the effect of reducing the load on the mains would have on the overall sound quality. The best result was a 60Hz fairly steep crossover with the bog standard 80 Hz crossover being acceptable. The 125 Hz crossover was pretty dreadful unless muddy weight was desirable; not for me! The sub is a 15
An interesting review of the 4312G in the August issue of HFC. It was part of a group test so suffered by being rather too different. The overall consensus was a great speaker for rock and metal so it sticks true to form.
The article mentions it is now made in China, which may explain the inferior build quality which, when I saw it at Ascot, struck me as having slipped a lot since the original 4312 such as those Oldius exhibited (at scalford?) and the 90s mk ii. However the L100 classic
That’s more or less the way I do things now. With my first sub, one of the early RELs, I did it all by ear and whilst I enjoyed the results I have no doubt that the way I do it now with a mini DSP with my choice of slope, crossover with delay and phase corrected yields far superior results.
It may be possible to get as good a result by ear but it would need a damn fine ear and, for me, quite a lot of trial and error. Mind you it took a fair bit of experimentation to learn how to correlate t
I have no idea what cat cable I used it was the first one that came out of the box about three years ago . THis is not what is doing this and I fully accept that many are finding this a little hard to believe and are ascribing this to the things that I for one have always viewed as being correct .
I agree this should not make any difference . There should be no possible audio or sonic gains just by using one Pi unit over another. But there is and I have no explanation but I can hear and it