jackevorkian wrote:good question...
this is not at all for use on large stage with sound reinforcement. just for a few weirdos sitting in a dark room trying to surround ourselves in sound.
strumminsix wrote:Or, if you want even BIGGER go stereo: wet-dry-wet
SarnoMusicSolutions wrote:Every speaker cab has a box resonance. All other things equal,a bigger box will generally have a bigger sound, more low mids, a fatter, fuller body to the sound. Sometimes a cab will accentuate deep bass, or depending on the geometry and size, it can bring out a warm low mid, say in the 150 to 250Hz range. Sometimes a cab will just sound small and thin. Sometimes a cab can be huge and not sound big in a good way. There's acoustical physics at work here. That's why I like the topic here. Does a pair of small 1x12" cab's stacked together create the same big resonance as one single 2-12" of the same volume as the pair of small ones? Does that separation make things bigger or smaller? I feel like much of the fullness and body in Jerry's sound was from his cabinet, the 3-12" or his vertical 4-12", all wide open back cab's. I've heard 2-12"s do it well too. Also having a cabinet on the floor will sound bigger than if elevated off the ground. If I had the cab's to do this comparison, I would. It'll be interesting to hear the reports.
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