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Thread: Introducing the Sierra-LX!!!

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    Default Re: Introducing the Sierra-LX!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by davef View Post
    I don't follow you on this. I am going to assume you mean that engineers design a dip in the frequency response of a woofer to compensate for output of the port?
    You're right, I wasn't clear. I should have said "dip in excursion" because "response" calls up "frequency response" which wasn't what I was thinking—I'd dock my students for being that unclear so I should do better.

    Not that it really matters, though, because based on your explanation, that's not really the right way to think about it, either. Your explanation was, as usual, really informative—thanks for that!
    Luna Duo V2 LCR and Rythmik L22 in HT, Sierra-LXs in study, S-2EXs in bedroom, S-1 NrTs in dining room, S-1s at work, HTM-200s in kitchen. Brother owns CMT-340s and dad has a pair of CBM-170s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunByrne View Post
    You're right, I wasn't clear. I should have said "dip in excursion" because "response" calls up "frequency response" which wasn't what I was thinking—I'd dock my students for being that unclear so I should do better.

    Not that it really matters, though, because based on your explanation, that's not really the right way to think about it, either. Your explanation was, as usual, really informative—thanks for that!
    I think you understand some of it now. For a woofer, a dip in excursion at a particular frequency = less amplitude at that frequency = a dip in frequency response. This not mechanically possible. The dip in excursion you see is due to the air-pressure in the cabinet being at its greatest, which is caused by the port.
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    Default Re: Introducing the Sierra-LX!!!

    I just installed the EX V2 upgraded crossovers. I just read about 50 pages in this thread, I’m finding it very hard to not order the LX now too. Lol

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    Default Re: Introducing the Sierra-LX!!!

    Will there be a Sierra LX Center that is more "balanced looking" like a Sierra LX Duo and maybe a Sierra LX tower? It would be nice to have a full HT setup that looks symmetrical.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plehpleh View Post
    Will there be a Sierra LX Center that is more "balanced looking" like a Sierra LX Duo and maybe a Sierra LX tower? It would be nice to have a full HT setup that looks symmetrical.
    Hi plehpleh,

    I am sorry but I am not sure I understand. Do you mean a dual woofer LX center? If that is what you are asking, no - a dual woofer LX might look better, but it would compromise the impressive off-axis performance of the Sierra-LX center while costing much more.

    What is a Sierra LX tower? Do you mean our ELX tower?
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    Default Re: Introducing the Sierra-LX!!!

    Hi Dave,

    Any chance of LX's coming with magnetic grills?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikesiskav View Post
    Hi Dave,

    Any chance of LX's coming with magnetic grills?
    Likely at some point, unfortunately, it will likely come with a steep price increase so we are trying to avoid that right now.
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