Actually, the system spends the vast majority of it’s time behind/beside my computer desk in the living area, where they sound better as nearfield monitors than my Dynaudio BM6A’s did. Also great for music anywhere in the house. Every now and then I drag them out to the back deck (John your woofers are too heavy), crank it up and have a quick dance with my family.
The tweeter is rated for a minimum crossover of 800hz (presumably at 12db/oct, BMS don’t say). I’ve got a 50uF cap in series to protect from over excursion due to pops etc. 6db/oct electrical should be giving me roughly 24db/oct acoustic. Here’s the last measurements I took:
QSC PL-000446-GP is the horn. Please keep in mind that while it is available from the QSC webshop, QSC do not intend for their parts to be used by DIYers. At the moment they are kindly overlooking this, as long as people stay reasonable with the quantities they are ordering.
The sub is actually sealed! About 60L – they have to fit in my house 🙂 I EQ the bottom end up, a bit more when they’re outside than inside.
It’s all currently multi-amped off a Panasonic XR-50 home theatre receiver. 5x100W. Only leaves me with one channel for the subs at the moment, but it’s still loud enough. I have some TAS5630 amp modules waiting to be wired up and put in a chassis.