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Beyma 6cx200nd's a bust?

 
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Old 02-20-2019, 08:42 PM
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Well I guess I could run everything stereo then to try. It would be 4, 8 ohm speakers basically on a 4 channel amp designed to run 100x4 at 4 ohm. So Im assuming Id get like 50x4 with that setup at 8 ohms. Desperate to try anything as these were expensive speakers.
If it was nicer I'd tell you to stop by and we could temporarily put my micro amp in there to power the horns.
 
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Old 02-21-2019, 05:05 AM
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Is that the BIke Tronics bracket? I had mentioned that to Beyma's engineer and he said running wide open air space you would still want to use the Beyma Pro version of those coax's. What do they sound like on there? Thanks
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I'm confused by this statement. I thought the 6cx200nd was a "pro audio" coax
 
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Old 02-21-2019, 05:15 AM
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It is. Beyma has a "pro" version of some of their speakers that are 4ohm.
 
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It is. Beyma has a "pro" version of some of their speakers that are 4ohm.
That's what's so damn strange here as the stand alone "Pro" woofer is damn near identical engineering and also is proven to be a solid play in the same location.

This has to be sumfin out of the ordinary and not an actual make model bust.

Tuning strategy maybe? Wiring?

Maybe the OP can share some tuning info?

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Hell maybe they’re out of phase but pretty sure I checked that
Did you try flipping them here?, make sure your on the correct channel.

 
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I'm curious about that Stinger amp. Has anyone else run those speakers on that amp? I ask because when I upgraded the amp on my front stage I noticed a slight increase in sound quality on the road at higher volumes. If that Stinger is a known good clean/warm amp I'd like to know for future reference myself
 
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I'm curious about that Stinger amp. Has anyone else run those speakers on that amp? I ask because when I upgraded the amp on my front stage I noticed a slight increase in sound quality on the road at higher volumes. If that Stinger is a known good clean/warm amp I'd like to know for future reference myself
ive got that stinger amp bridged to my UN 10"
crystal clean and hard hitting
 
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ive got that stinger amp bridged to my UN 10"
crystal clean and hard hitting
Yes sir. Running the stinger as my main amp.
 
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Just curious. Were the speakers purchased:
New from an authorized dealer
Used
Online

Anyway to verify they are not somehow damaged?

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Originally Posted by Tailwind View Post
That's what's so damn strange here as the stand alone "Pro" woofer is damn near identical engineering and also is proven to be a solid play in the same location.

This has to be sumfin out of the ordinary and not an actual make model bust.

Tuning strategy maybe? Wiring?

Maybe the OP can share some tuning info?

T
So here are the crossover points on the DSR1
 

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