Dont know wht this happens!! What i posted was a request for the dimensions of the Tannoy DCT6SE speaker excluding the plinth. The wesite only gives it including. Does the speaker have a taper and is it good parked next to a wall?Broner said:Sorry, am not gonna give you my number.
Those are the same dimensions that i have and include the plinth. To get close to 30 cm i could ideally do with knowing what the dimensions of the actual speaker are. Would you mind awfully dropping a tape measure across it for me please :cheers: One speaker i can get the space into but will be struggleing with the other. Presume if i go for something that isnt back ported like the Rega RS3 or Neat Motive SX2 this would eliminate some of the bass boom.Broner said:
I have the normal DCT6’s and I believe they are the same size. I’m not sure what their exact dimensions are but this seems to be accurate: http://www.whathifi.com/review/tannoy-revolution-dc6t/specs. I can confidently say that they need some space, 30cm on the back and the sides would be the minimum. More is better. The speakers are indeed a bit tapered (smaller on the back than the front).
Would be very grateful if you could. I need to get 30 cm behind them i assule as i dont have the option of reducing the bass on my amp. How much space was needed to make the boom disappear?Broner said:I will measure them tonight. I thought that those dimensions already excluded the plinth (the thingy at the bottom you can place your speaker on), but I will check it to be sure.
I myself have a slight problem with bass boom because the speakers don't have enough space and when I experimented a little, I noticed that the problem disappeared by just giving them the space they need (which isn't that much, but it's needed nonetheless). Unfortunately I can't reposition the speakers so I just decided to turn down the bass on the amplifier.