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    Posted: 26 February 2010 at 8:45pm

just what the heading says , taking MT to a different level.

the Mt12 with the  Limmer 042, loaded Ciare 6.38MR3, BC.Speakers DE25, the snow is melting .
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Should be a good combo, Dom had some cabs with Porn Mk1 12" horns and Limmer 042 which he spoke highly of. 
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i ve been using the limmer042/12 in horn underneath.good combo.takes a while getting the delays right,as crossed at 500,if you get it wrong,it can make vocals less pure(split across two drivers).also,the limmer has a very clean sound,which can take a while getting used to if you are used to 'crunchy' snares.
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Originally posted by nomis nomis wrote:

i ve been using the limmer042/12 in horn underneath.good combo.takes a while getting the delays right,as crossed at 500,if you get it wrong,it can make vocals less pure(split across two drivers).also,the limmer has a very clean sound,which can take a while getting used to if you are used to 'crunchy' snares.
 
you use limmer 042 with limmer 312 ?
 
what the recommanded crossover point between the 6,5 and the de25 ?
 
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Bump.. 

Was just about to aks all these questions to, I guess our minds think alike here Francis..

So here goes, whats the recomended crossover ?

Next investment will be 4 - 6 of those lovely packs.. cant wait..









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hi,i built the crossover recommended on the speakerstore site.it works very well.before that,i used an ultradrive,and ended up crossing around 2-3k,but found a 5way active rig too complicated.
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Installation dimensions 358x358mm
Phase plug in the 6''Horn
Suitable for midrange driver 6''
e.g. The Ciare 6.38MR3.
Separation at about 500Hz
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Originally posted by nomis nomis wrote:

hi,i built the crossover recommended on the speakerstore site.it works very well.before that,i used an ultradrive,and ended up crossing around 2-3k,but found a 5way active rig too complicated.
 
of course it is specially when you use 1way that you was not supposed too...i don't understand why you choose the limmer 312 indeed of limmer 085.
312 according to the limmer website go only from 300hz and up, the 085 go enough down to meet a sub so you would have only 4way with it.
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no.i meant hogs,martin115,12in horn(own design)then limmer042,which if run active makes a 5way system.
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We are also running a 5way system sounds wicked 
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Originally posted by nomis nomis wrote:

no.i meant hogs,martin115,12in horn(own design)then limmer042,which if run active makes a 5way system.
 
 
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Originally posted by nomis nomis wrote:

i ve been using the limmer042/12 in horn underneath.good combo.takes a while getting the delays right,as crossed at 500,if you get it wrong,it can make vocals less pure(split across two drivers).also,the limmer has a very clean sound,which can take a while getting used to if you are used to 'crunchy' snares.


How does your limmer keepup with the 12" , cause we was thinking of 2x12" an the limmer on top of that. you get me? 2mt section per Limmer 042 , we are just waiting for the limmers Party
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