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Thread: Which center? Luna, S2, or Horizon?

  1. #251
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    Default Re: Which center? Luna, S2, or Horizon?

    Quote Originally Posted by davef View Post
    Testing towers with the NFS is a bit complicated due to both height and mic distance limitations. Klippel offers 2 versions of the NFS, one standard and one with a longer Z-Axis (more expensive). We purchased the unit with the longer Z-Axis which was in anticipation of being able to test our towers.

    Coincidentally, I spent much of the weekend reconfiguring our NFS to allow for a greater microphone distance (R-Axis extension) and increased microphone height (due to limited ceiling height). I am hoping this new configuration will allow for an accurate test of our towers, but we are not quite there yet.
    How much fun are you having with the Klippel on a scale of 1 to 10?
    3.2, Ascend Acoustics Sierra Towers with RAAL ribbon tweeters and $20 McMaster ‘threaded-stud bumper feet’, Ascend Acoustics Duo LCR center, dual SVS SB-3000 subs, Outlaw 2200 monoblocks, Denon X3500H

  2. #252
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    Default Re: Which center? Luna, S2, or Horizon?

    Quote Originally Posted by John Galt View Post
    How much fun are you having with the Klippel on a scale of 1 to 10?
    Lol, 2 at best. There is nothing fun about the NFS. It is a ground-breaking device but it does require a TON of work.
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  3. #253
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    Default Re: Which center? Luna, S2, or Horizon?

    Quote Originally Posted by davef View Post
    Testing towers with the NFS is a bit complicated due to both height and mic distance limitations. Klippel offers 2 versions of the NFS, one standard and one with a longer Z-Axis (more expensive). We purchased the unit with the longer Z-Axis which was in anticipation of being able to test our towers.

    Coincidentally, I spent much of the weekend reconfiguring our NFS to allow for a greater microphone distance (R-Axis extension) and increased microphone height (due to limited ceiling height). I am hoping this new configuration will allow for an accurate test of our towers, but we are not quite there yet.
    Looking forward to your results!

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