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So, ive had a build, or 8 on this forum..... I thought why not do it again. I went for a build in the runner some time ago, and gave up. Well, im starting it yet again. For now, (and those that know me, .. NO, this is not some spl monster) me and my team, are just going to focus on the mids, and highs, some amps, deadening, then electrical shit. Nothing crazy at all. That said, some gear has rolled in...... and more is on the way. Damore E type boards, Dayton audio DSP, Second Skin dampner, XS power wire, with some of Steve's distro blocks and fusing, as well as KNU. Again, nothing crazy. I have some decent tweets from SCANSPEAK tweets, and some Satori mids. Kenwood deck is already in, with maestro block, so i can bring up vehicle shit, on the HU. Welp, lets get after it..... Some work, has already been done, but,... nothing crazy to show, so, hold tight. Be patient,... we are working on it. Cheers all.
We are proud to announce our entry into the subwoofer market. We are on pre-order right now, they will be shipping by Oct 15th. The AF (Alta Fedeltà) series of woofers have been optimized for very small sealed or medium sized ported enclosures. They were designed for the highest sound quality in the smallest space. All of the drivers in this series feature: • Aluminum cones, aluminum dust caps, and aluminum voice coil formers for maximum heat transfer from the voice coil to the cone. This helps keep the voice coil cool during high output. • Rubber surround for long life • Tinsel leads woven through spider to minimize unwanted mechanical noise and increase durability • Single 4 ohm voice coil to minimize moving mass and lower distortion • Triple shorting rings to minimize distortion • Nickel plated binding posts • Each driver individually tested before it ships • Detailed Speaker Performance Report with T/S parameters FOR THAT SPECIFIC DRIVER ships with each unit. (An industry first) Sample Performance Report All the info you could want here: http://damoreenginee...subwoofers.html SPY PIC!
Alright guys, I am all done hearing about "clamping". The numbers generated from that are so far off and don't account for many factors. I just did a quick little dyno run vs the clamps tonight to show how drastic the error is. If you want to know more detail about why clamping doesn't work, there is another video on the D'Amore Engineering youtube channel that describes the problems in detail. Clamps vs Amp Dyno vid here: Detailed explanation of why clamping is wrong vid here: