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Author Topic: What would you do in my shoes...another Upgrade question  (Read 11312 times)

Scott Holtzman

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Re: What would you do in my shoes...another Upgrade question
« Reply #60 on: July 14, 2015, 03:38:19 am »


The old CNC drill/router I have at work is supposed to run from punched tape.


However, we have one of those new fangled IBM personal computers attached to it with a bit of software pretending to be a punched tape reader.


Steve.
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Re: What would you do in my shoes...another Upgrade question
« Reply #61 on: July 14, 2015, 09:00:06 am »

Ummm...Actually it's even less sophisticated 5 bit baudot code.

EBCDIC for me, token ring.

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Re: What would you do in my shoes...another Upgrade question
« Reply #62 on: July 16, 2015, 11:14:22 am »

First, when 2 signals arrive at the same place-with the same signal, at different times-this is textbook combfiltering.
I'm not normally one to argue with Ivan's extensive system tuning expertise, however, he's left out a very important point about "textbook combfiltering" - level. When two signals arrive at the same place with the same signal at different times with similar levels, you get textbook combfiltering. With delay speakers, the levels are usually more than 9dB higher than the mains - making any combfiltering artifacts inaudible. In practice, things are often more complicated, and I bow to Ivan (who's had a LOT more experience than I have in this area).
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Re: What would you do in my shoes...another Upgrade question
« Reply #63 on: July 16, 2015, 09:46:52 pm »

At an altitude, humidity & temperature 😀

I usually just measure the distance, set the delay, then play a click and tune the delay till right.


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Hard to fault that logic Rob.

A tablet with access to the output delays would make this a fairly easy job..... maybe a wireless mic to tap on as well :)
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Re: What would you do in my shoes...another Upgrade question
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