heart MT-130

7 years 5 months ago #19764 by rob.parkinson
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just finished my build of 4 and i can tell you that with castors and a pair of handles a side they are an easy 2 man lift. weight wise they are a bit hefty for 1, but then they are to big to lift safely alone anyway.

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7 years 4 months ago #19927 by tamuks
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cant let go of these cabs they are outstanding

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7 years 4 months ago #19929 by smpzpirate
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Thought they looked heavy!

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6 years 10 months ago #20769 by klampykixx
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Hi peeps, Ive been looking for months to get some more poke out of my current mid/tops. i run eminence Delta12a and a Selenium D220ti in a bass reflex currently, and its just not working well enough for me.

so heres my sim with the MT130. including where my subs sit in relative output.



any thoughts on the group delay mismatch? do i delay the tops to bring the overall wave as close as possible to each other or do i aim just to get the crossover frequency inline?

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6 years 10 months ago - 6 years 10 months ago #20805 by ulfsinclair
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Beyma 12G300, super sound in these enclosures.

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6 years 10 months ago #20806 by kevinmcdonough
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klampykixx wrote: any thoughts on the group delay mismatch? do i delay the tops to bring the overall wave as close as possible to each other or do i aim just to get the crossover frequency inline?



hey

yeah measure the delay of your subs and tops each just at the crossover frequency, and then delay so they match at that frequency point.


k

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6 years 10 months ago #20807 by kevinmcdonough
Replied by kevinmcdonough on topic Re: MT-130

rob.parkinson wrote: just finished my build of 4 and I can tell you that with castors and a pair of handles a side they are an easy 2 man lift. weight wise they are a bit hefty for 1, but then they are to big to lift safely alone anyway.


Hey

Can I ask how you got on with these? They're always a design that I've had a bit of an interest in , but only a few people seem to have built them (outside of Marc O's french forum) and always been kind of mixed reviews.


k

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6 years 10 months ago #20811 by rob.parkinson
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There fab cabs. A bit big for the output vs say my JBL 4825s but they sound brilliant for all kinds of dance music. Only used them on a band once or twice and thought that they there a bit to kicky.

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6 years 9 months ago #20956 by klampykixx
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Hi guys, im almost ready to start building a pair of these MT130 horns, but just the horn section. anyone got a cutting list yet?

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6 years 9 months ago #20958 by rob.parkinson
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I CNC'd mine using a template I made on sketchup . Can post it when. Get home to night

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