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Looking for the sweetspot, standing in front of your amp...


Mike Gug

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Can different speakers have different sized sweet spots? Standing in front of my Peavey, I seem to get a bigger sweet spot than my Crate. Is it me? Anyone ever experience a difference?

 

Does this matter if I mic the amp all the time? :confused:

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There's more to it than dispersion, too; the overtones that are emphasized and/or suppressed by the amp's circuitry comes into play, too.

 

Just out of curiosity, for the Hell of it, try connecting the Crate to the Peavey's speakers (and cab), and vice-verse, and find out if theor respective "sweet-spots" are dependant on the speakers 'n' cabs, the amplifiers' electronics, or if things are different altogether with this change-up.

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Originally posted by CaevanO'Shite:

There's more to it than dispersion, too; the overtones that are emphasized and/or suppressed by the amp's circuitry comes into play, too.

 

Just out of curiosity, for the Hell of it, try connecting the Crate to the Peavey's speakers (and cab), and vice-verse, and find out if theor respective "sweet-spots" are dependant on the speakers 'n' cabs, the amplifiers' electronics, or if things are different altogether with this change-up.

Interesting! Will check it out!

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