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    Posted: 15 April 2008 at 4:23am
A few people have asked for plots and data for the Stasys X.
 
So here are the FR, GD, Z and THD plots.
 
 
 
 
 
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Ha ha, that impedance plot is giving too much away for those who know how impedance correlates with enclosure type.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mykey Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15 April 2008 at 4:28am
is that 103 @ 30 Rog?
 
now I have to hear it
 
any at carny this year? I'll try my best to get there
 
we can all have a busmans holiday and meet up?
 
as long as you don't mind me grinding some chicks up, mykey sandwich stylee 
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It's better than grinding ya teeth.
 
I make it 102dB at 30Hz and 103dB at 31.5Hz.
 
The specs, which have to be updated, state -3dB at 34Hz, but that was for a prototype which got changed at the last moment. All production models are -3dB at 30Hz.
 
I expect there will be a few floating around somehwere at carnival this year LOL.
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phew..........down to 30hz flat...........vertually very flat........ahhh Rog!


Edited by heinrich - 15 April 2008 at 4:50am
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Brilliant Rog, thanks for the info!
 
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Well I think I can see the resonance of the driver, and two port frequencies in the impedance plot. Am I right Rog?
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This is what i would say from what i have learnt whilst designing my ported horn: the peak below 20Hz is the drivers Fs in this enclosure. The bit between the peaks at 17hz and 50Hz is the rear chamber tuning frequency. The peak at 100Hz is to do with the size of the front chamber (bigger chamber = bigger peak, the peak at 50 is also affected but inversely) The drivers excursion will be highest at the central peak of 50Hz. I recon thats about right....
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The drivers excursion will be highest at the central peak of 50Hz*
 
*unless its run below ~25Hz
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Oh and btw Rog, congratulations on getting a graph so flat accross such a wide bandwidth, especially with this type of enclosure. This really does seem like the ultimate bass cab...
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Love to hear it up against a  Funktion One F221 which is 50% bigger.

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Originally posted by JaKe JaKe wrote:

Love to hear it up against a  Funktion One F221 which is 50% bigger.

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already have heard the two cabs in the same room, all i will say is that even the owner of the F1 221s said the stasys x were heavier

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