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Kolumny dla NVA


maryjan

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Witam, czy moglibyście podpowiedzieć jakie kolumny pasowały by do NVA AP-30 (30w 8ohm)

Kolumny używane z rynku angielskiego nie koniecznie o angielskim brzmieniu w cenie ok 300 funtów.

Muzyka różna ale głównie pop-elina :)

Do tej pory mialem: Epos M15.2, Wharfedale 10.1, Mission M-71, Focal chorus 705-V, Brakuje mi w tym wszystkim basu ale dobrego basu :) i ciepła w brzmieniu, muzykalności.

 

Pozdrawiam,

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Witam kolege

Mialem okazje sluchac kolumn TDL Studio 0.5. Niewielkie kolumny, ale bardzo muzykalne i z niezlym basem (linia transmisyjna). Pewnie jeszcze lepiej sprawdzilyby sie Studio 0.75. Z tym ze ponoc wlasnie te modele sa najbardziej warte zainteresowania. Co wazne dobrze zgrywaja sie z NVA.

Lepiej zagralyby np. ATC SCM 40, ale tu juz trzeba by porzadnie zainwestowac w caly system. W tym przypadku o AP30 mozna zapomniec.

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NVA........to przede wszystkim kolumny zalecane bez zwrotnicy na sekcji niskoserdniotonowej czyli.....producenta albo inne , ja mam Lothexy....wzmacniacze w ogole sie nie grzeja wtedy i w pelni mozna docenic ich mozliwosci.

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Czytaj i sluchaj rad producenta ...acha i zmien kable glosnikowe na Ls 1 chociaz....

 

The prominent point, the No 1 guideline for me is simplicity. After simplicity, I look at what is required for the amplifier to actually `live' in the real world. Now, living in the real world is having to drive a speaker, and amplifier has to live with a loudspeaker as a partner, so I have to design an amplifier to drive loudspeakers. Now, I cannot, I am not responsible for what loudspeakers people design. If I were to design an amplifier that could drive any loudspeaker, then I would design an amplifier that was highly compensated and band-limited, etc. So again, you have a situation that this is not a universal amplifier. There are situations that will make this amplifier not necessarily be distressed or damaged, but will make the amplifier not sound as good as it should. Now, it normally works out OK if my No 1 principle has been applied, a loudspeaker should be simple because again, all forms of cabinets, all forms of crossovers, all forms of capacitors, all forms of drive units, or resistors, they are all filtering, all holding information, all doing things. My own mind tells me, if you can design the HF drive and low frequency roll off, if you can design a bass driver with no crossover network, if you can design a cabinet that will work properly without any form of damping, that is a good loudspeaker. So if you mix a simple speaker with a simple amplifier, you've got it. If you mix a complicated speaker with a multi component crossover network that is making phase changes all over the place, and highly damped cabinet, OK, maybe you will end up with the situation that the only thing you want to listen to is the human voice, the way BBC design their speakers, you get the voice sounding right. OK, if that is what you want, but it kills the music, it kills emotion, kills the surge, kills the separation.

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