Temblor T10 and Temblor T8
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I have a pair of S6's here and am still wanting more bottom if you will. Id like to take the bottom load off the S6's to allow them to work less and be clearer not having to try and hit those bottom frequencies. I had a pair of Event ASP8's before in here.

What do you guys think as far as T8 verses T10?

Room is:
L = 12'
W = 9'2"
H1 = 7'
H2 = 8'11"

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by matthewgorman on Wed Jun 15, 2016 10:33 am
My room is close to your's at 11' wide, 14' deep, but no back wall. You know where I stand with this choice :mrgreen:

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by dr4kan on Wed Jun 15, 2016 12:52 pm
T10

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by shanabit on Thu Jul 14, 2016 12:30 pm
T10 it is when I get one

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by matthewgorman on Thu Jul 14, 2016 2:04 pm
Word of advice. I originally set mine up to use the T10 crossover, and run the Sceptres out of the sub. Worked just fine. My HS50's got all lonely, so then I set the T10 up on its own, and managed the crossover via the speakers and the sub. Probably due to the slope used, it created a 6-10 db hole around 80hz, with both the sub and speakers set to 100hz. If you do it that way, you will want to look to manually adjust the sub crossover a bit higher to fill that in. I used a reference mike, the S1 tone generator, and a reference mic.

Otherwise, enjoy the low endyness.

Matt

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by pauldecesare on Thu Mar 23, 2017 2:04 pm
T10 no question regardless of monitors. I use it with the Eris 5's. T10 has better input options, the footswitch which you will use more than you think if you live with other people in the house, and moving bass frequencies with a 10" cone is what's for dinner. :XD:

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by matthewgorman on Thu Mar 23, 2017 3:27 pm
Agreed. IMHO, nothing smaller than a 10" speaker handles the low end how I want.

Matt

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