Turning normal speakers into SDA’s

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  • delkaldelkal Posts: 310
    edited September 11
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    I wanted to get some 1 or 2 ohm resistors to wire in series with the speakers, and I still will most likely, but all they had at HobbyTown was ceramic resistors in those resistances, and I don’t know how that’ll work out with how much heat they produce.
    Thanks again!

    It shouldn't matter what the resistor is made of but you need to look at the wattage rating. I used two 1 amp 10 Watt resistors (one on each speaker). Anything with a higher watt rating is even better (but bigger and more expensive). Don't buy a little 1/4 watt resistor and think you are good. If its low ohm it will burn out instantly.

    There is a lot of science and formulas to tell you exactly what wattage is required for a resistor but there is a hack way for a reality check. If the resistor is exposed (like I described in my setup) just make sure it stays cool and doesn't get hot (I did say this was total hack!). Polk uses some 5 amp resistors in their monitor crossovers so I figured I was good with a 1 amp 10 watt resistor (and it was what I had in my parts bin). They stayed cool during my testing so I am thinking they will be OK (but i will keep checking every now and then for now)
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,101
    delkal wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    I wanted to get some 1 or 2 ohm resistors to wire in series with the speakers, and I still will most likely, but all they had at HobbyTown was ceramic resistors in those resistances, and I don’t know how that’ll work out with how much heat they produce.
    Thanks again!

    It shouldn't matter what the resistor is made of but you need to look at the wattage rating. I used two 1 amp 10 Watt resistors (one on each speaker). Anything with a higher watt rating is even better (but bigger and more expensive). Don't buy a little 1/4 watt resistor and think you are good. If its low ohm it will burn out instantly.

    There is a lot of science and formulas to tell you exactly what wattage is required for a resistor but there is a hack way for a reality check. If the resistor is exposed (like I described in my setup) just make sure it stays cool and doesn't get hot (I did say this was total hack!). Polk uses some 5 amp resistors in their monitor crossovers so I figured I was good with a 1 amp 10 watt resistor (and it was what I had in my parts bin). They stayed cool during my testing so I am thinking they will be OK (but i will keep checking every now and then for now)

    OK, I’ll buy some next time I’m over there.

    So, I made a mistake. I accidentally bought 1/8th watt resistors. :z I’m assuming I’ll probably blow these up if I get anywhere near 1 watt, right? That was the only wattage they had 1k and 10k resistors in, however I did get 1 watt resistors, although they are 100 ohms and 1k ohms. Will they work? I was under the impression that all that matters is that it is a 10:1 ratio.
    I don’t have my second Y-connector, I apparently let my friend borrow it, but I’ll get that tomorrow night.
    Not Tom, or Trey, or Jim
    In a few days, it will be...
    NAD C352
    Monitor Audio Radius R90’s/Polk SDA CRS/Mission Freedom 770 IV
    BJC speaker cables, generic RCA’s
    Technics SL3200 turntable and a Shure M97xE phono cartridge
    Velodyne VA-907 subwoofer
    Lafayette LR-1100 acting as a tuner
    TCC-TC750 phono stage
    I've always thought the goal of high end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • delkaldelkal Posts: 310
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    delkal wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    I wanted to get some 1 or 2 ohm resistors to wire in series with the speakers, and I still will most likely, but all they had at HobbyTown was ceramic resistors in those resistances, and I don’t know how that’ll work out with how much heat they produce.
    Thanks again!

    It shouldn't matter what the resistor is made of but you need to look at the wattage rating. I used two 1 amp 10 Watt resistors (one on each speaker). Anything with a higher watt rating is even better (but bigger and more expensive). Don't buy a little 1/4 watt resistor and think you are good. If its low ohm it will burn out instantly.

    There is a lot of science and formulas to tell you exactly what wattage is required for a resistor but there is a hack way for a reality check. If the resistor is exposed (like I described in my setup) just make sure it stays cool and doesn't get hot (I did say this was total hack!). Polk uses some 5 amp resistors in their monitor crossovers so I figured I was good with a 1 amp 10 watt resistor (and it was what I had in my parts bin). They stayed cool during my testing so I am thinking they will be OK (but i will keep checking every now and then for now)

    OK, I’ll buy some next time I’m over there.

    So, I made a mistake. I accidentally bought 1/8th watt resistors. :z I’m assuming I’ll probably blow these up if I get anywhere near 1 watt, right? That was the only wattage they had 1k and 10k resistors in, however I did get 1 watt resistors, although they are 100 ohms and 1k ohms. Will they work? I was under the impression that all that matters is that it is a 10:1 ratio.
    I don’t have my second Y-connector, I apparently let my friend borrow it, but I’ll get that tomorrow night.

    You are talking about 2 separate setups and need different resistors for both. For the way I set it up you need a 1ohm 10 watt resistor on each speaker. This is not the same as Kens suggestion that uses the line out voltage divider. His setup can use a lower watt resistor (not sure how low) because they are higher ohm. You need to use the ones he suggested. And its not just a 10:1 ratio. Its a 10:1 ratio with the correct high total ohms and the proper watt resistor.

    I would just take Kens advice and just spend $40 for the line level device he suggested. You will end up spending half of that in parts, figure out how to put it together with a circuit board, and hope you get it right. This way you know it will work.
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,101
    delkal wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    delkal wrote: »
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    I wanted to get some 1 or 2 ohm resistors to wire in series with the speakers, and I still will most likely, but all they had at HobbyTown was ceramic resistors in those resistances, and I don’t know how that’ll work out with how much heat they produce.
    Thanks again!

    It shouldn't matter what the resistor is made of but you need to look at the wattage rating. I used two 1 amp 10 Watt resistors (one on each speaker). Anything with a higher watt rating is even better (but bigger and more expensive). Don't buy a little 1/4 watt resistor and think you are good. If its low ohm it will burn out instantly.

    There is a lot of science and formulas to tell you exactly what wattage is required for a resistor but there is a hack way for a reality check. If the resistor is exposed (like I described in my setup) just make sure it stays cool and doesn't get hot (I did say this was total hack!). Polk uses some 5 amp resistors in their monitor crossovers so I figured I was good with a 1 amp 10 watt resistor (and it was what I had in my parts bin). They stayed cool during my testing so I am thinking they will be OK (but i will keep checking every now and then for now)

    OK, I’ll buy some next time I’m over there.

    So, I made a mistake. I accidentally bought 1/8th watt resistors. :z I’m assuming I’ll probably blow these up if I get anywhere near 1 watt, right? That was the only wattage they had 1k and 10k resistors in, however I did get 1 watt resistors, although they are 100 ohms and 1k ohms. Will they work? I was under the impression that all that matters is that it is a 10:1 ratio.
    I don’t have my second Y-connector, I apparently let my friend borrow it, but I’ll get that tomorrow night.

    You are talking about 2 separate setups and need different resistors for both. For the way I set it up you need a 1ohm 10 watt resistor on each speaker. This is not the same as Kens suggestion that uses the line out voltage divider. His setup can use a lower watt resistor (not sure how low) because they are higher ohm. You need to use the ones he suggested. And its not just a 10:1 ratio. Its a 10:1 ratio with the correct high total ohms and the proper watt resistor.

    I would just take Kens advice and just spend $40 for the line level device he suggested. You will end up spending half of that in parts, figure out how to put it together with a circuit board, and hope you get it right. This way you know it will work.

    Sorry, I knew I was talking about two different circuits, next time I’ll remember to make the switch clear.
    Ok, so I’ll use the 1k and 10k resistors as a test. I found some breadboards (I think that’s what they are called) and I’ve been assembling it on that. I’ve got almost everything done, I just need to attach some form of connection for the speaker cables and swap out the resistors. I’ll test it briefly with the 1/8th watt resistors, then find (or order) some 1 watt versions.
    I know that the line level device would work better, but I don’t have $40 to put into an experiment if I don’t know that it’s permanent, and I don’t think my dad will let me accept the one as a gift from Ken.
    Thanks for the suggestions!
    Not Tom, or Trey, or Jim
    In a few days, it will be...
    NAD C352
    Monitor Audio Radius R90’s/Polk SDA CRS/Mission Freedom 770 IV
    BJC speaker cables, generic RCA’s
    Technics SL3200 turntable and a Shure M97xE phono cartridge
    Velodyne VA-907 subwoofer
    Lafayette LR-1100 acting as a tuner
    TCC-TC750 phono stage
    I've always thought the goal of high end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,101
    Polkies are always helping each other out, I have the Russound and would happily loan it to you. Just PM me your address, then you can send it back when you're done if that is preferable to your dad.

    STRANGER DANGER!!

    Exactly what my dad thinks. Usually I would ask, but last time he seemed very on edge about it, I’m really worried he’d ask me to leave the forum altogether. And IMO, the Russound isn’t worth that, I don’t think anything I’ve been offered is worth that.
    Not Tom, or Trey, or Jim
    In a few days, it will be...
    NAD C352
    Monitor Audio Radius R90’s/Polk SDA CRS/Mission Freedom 770 IV
    BJC speaker cables, generic RCA’s
    Technics SL3200 turntable and a Shure M97xE phono cartridge
    Velodyne VA-907 subwoofer
    Lafayette LR-1100 acting as a tuner
    TCC-TC750 phono stage
    I've always thought the goal of high end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • FestYboyFestYboy Posts: 2,761
    It better be a white van....
  • delkaldelkal Posts: 310
    I thought it was this white van. Gets me every time...........

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_van_speaker_scam
  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 4,712
    Very cool post Stan, thank you so much for sharing. :)
    Got Dayens?
  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,101
    skrol wrote: »
    I love this thread. This is exactly what got me into Polk Audio. Back in the mid to late 80's, I was in high school and starting college (EE), I was into audio, building my own speakers and playing around with multi-speaker setups and phasing to cancel crosstalk. I had some success but never achieved what I was listening for. At some point, I found a magazine article about Polk Audio's SDA speakers and was disappointed that someone beat me to it but thought it was pretty cool. Then I noticed that they were in my hometown of Baltimore and was hooked. My first manufactured speakers was a set of Pioneer ProMusica 120's but had my eye on Monitor 7's, then 10's. In 1991 I bought my first set of Polks, RTA-11TL and still have them today. About that time I saw an ad for an engineer at Polk Audio. Having just gotten my EE degree, I applied but didn't get the job. I knew it was a long shot. Funny thing is that I've never owned a set of SDA's and only had the pleasure of listening to a set of SDA 1.2TL's once at a shop in College Park.

    Many years later, at my church, I met a friend who used to design for Polk Audio and actually designed my RTA-11TL's. He claims to have a set of his own "Signature" SDAx.xTL prototypes tucked away. I'm hoping I can convince Zvonko to pull them out for a listening session some day. He left Polk in the early 90's. It is funny to think that I may have applied for his job.

    I hope you achieve the desired SDA soundstage. The advanced drivers and cabinetry of the LSi combined with SDA could be really cool. You have the advantage of seeing what Polk did previously with phasing and even adding additional speakers to the array.

    Stan

    Very cool. Thanks for sharing.
    I thought I had a fairly original idea with this... seems like I was very wrong. :)
    Not Tom, or Trey, or Jim
    In a few days, it will be...
    NAD C352
    Monitor Audio Radius R90’s/Polk SDA CRS/Mission Freedom 770 IV
    BJC speaker cables, generic RCA’s
    Technics SL3200 turntable and a Shure M97xE phono cartridge
    Velodyne VA-907 subwoofer
    Lafayette LR-1100 acting as a tuner
    TCC-TC750 phono stage
    I've always thought the goal of high end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • HermitismHermitism Posts: 1,918
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    I thought I had a fairly original idea with this... seems like I was very wrong. :)
    Don't feel bad. I thought I had invented bi-wire speaker cables before joining here. I came up with the idea of running two pairs of speaker wire to each speaker, doubling the wire gauge. I thought I would be applauded for my ingenuity. Then I join here and I find out bi-wire cables already exist. I didn't even get to name my invention. I would have probably called it Double-Wire or TTW (twice the wire). Then once I joined here I kept getting bi-wire and bi-amping mixed up. I thought they meant the same thing.
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  • DSkipDSkip Posts: 14,864
    There is very little in the way of innovation at this point. It’s more about perfecting the technology and design. There are new driver designs that are intriguing but I’m not sure if they have any lasting power.

    Just because someone thought of it and did it first doesn’t take away from the ingenuity of the idea. After all, there was a point in history when the wheel was not a ‘thing’.
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  • codycatalistcodycatalist Posts: 1,613
    Even though Ken is cracking jokes (and funny ones I might add) I get where your Dad is coming from dude. The internet is an odd place, can find good friends or enemies can find you without you having any idea you left traces.

    You can always do what we try in times of new gear "you don't remember I bought that a while ago but didn't need it until now"...he won't be none the wiser. >:)
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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 18,961
    Not quite on topic, but I have this reprobate urge to share this golden
    oldie
    memory in this thread -- courtesy of the (in)famous Mr. Drew A. Kaplan ("DAK").

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  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,101
    Might've pulled this off once or twice... >:)
    However, it's hard to hide the 30+ pound package that comes to your door... not with the Russound, but with other stuff...:wink:
    I get where he is coming from as well. I think it would be very good to exercise caution on say, AK, and even here, but I am a lot more trusting here than I would be at AK.
    I think he'll realize that Y'all just wanna help at the Miami expo next year... I assume I'll be seeing at least some of you guys there, right?
    Not Tom, or Trey, or Jim
    In a few days, it will be...
    NAD C352
    Monitor Audio Radius R90’s/Polk SDA CRS/Mission Freedom 770 IV
    BJC speaker cables, generic RCA’s
    Technics SL3200 turntable and a Shure M97xE phono cartridge
    Velodyne VA-907 subwoofer
    Lafayette LR-1100 acting as a tuner
    TCC-TC750 phono stage
    I've always thought the goal of high end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • DSkipDSkip Posts: 14,864
    Or tell him to give me a call. While I wasn't as young as Trey, I did join this forum as a teenager and credit so much of who I am to this forum and the knowledge and friendships I've gained.

    I'm not sure I ever said this publicly, but the arrangement the forum sent to my wife's memorial service brought tears to my eyes then and still does when I think about it. My closest friends are here and a few aren't exactly within driving range.
    audiothesis.com/

    Speakers: Harbeth: 30.2, SHL5+; Usher: Be-10, T-515; Rosso Fiorentino: Elba, Pienza, Certaldo, Fiesole, Volterra; Polk: T50, Signature S15, RTA 15tl, RTi12; Sonner Audio Allegro Unum, Legato Unum, Legato Semis, Legato Duo; Emerald Physics CS-2.8; Klipsch KLF-20
    Preamps: Shuguang S200MK, Dayens Ampino, Parasound P5
    Amps: Shuguang S845MK, Dayens Ampino Monoblocks, Parasound A23
    Integrateds: Triode Corporation TRV-88SER, MastersounD: BoX, Dueventi, Compact 845, Evolution 845; North Star Design Blue Diamond
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  • DarqueKnightDarqueKnight Posts: 6,313
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    I thought I had a fairly original idea with this... seems like I was very wrong. :)

    Audio magazine published an article titled "Build A Passive Image Enhancer" in their November 1986 issue. Attached below is a PDF scan of the article and photo scans of the article pages.

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    During Polkfest 2008, Matthew Polk demonstrated an SDA system consisting of four LSi9 loudspeakers with timing control provided by a Rane digital signal processor. Matthew mentioned that he and a Polk engineer had worked on the DSP algorithms for several months, and that they still had work to do.

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    Figure 1. Right side LSi9s and Rane digital signal processor in Matthew Polk's home theater system.

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    Figure 2. Matthew Polk sitting between the SDA-configuration LSi9s in his home theater system.

    Something like this would be of interest to an SDA enthusiast who found a conventional speaker with sound quality that he/she preferred over the SDAs, but didn't want to give up the panoramic sound stage of SDAs.
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  • mhardy6647mhardy6647 Posts: 18,961
    Cool :)

    FWIW, a color scan of the Audio article may be found at https://www.americanradiohistory.com/Archive-Audio/80s/Audio-1986-11.pdf
  • DarqueKnightDarqueKnight Posts: 6,313
    Thanks.

    I extracted the full color "Passive Image Enhancer" article from the magazine link.

    "So hot it burns Mice!"~DK
    "Polk SDA-SRSs are hopelessly out of date both sonically and technologically... I see no value whatsoever in older SDA speakers."~Audio Asylum Member
    "Knowledge, without understanding, is a path to failure."~DK
    "Those who irrationally rail against something or someone that is no threat to them, actually desire (or desire to be like) the thing or person they are railing against."~DK
  • VR3VR3 Posts: 22,246
    The people I've met on this forum have pretty much shaped my entire life. No exaggeration.

    Bad people exist in this world but only maybe 1% are into high end audio.... Ymmv
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  • skrolskrol Posts: 2,649
    That's it! I used to have a subscription to "Audio" and that article got me started playing with speaker arrays and phasing. I remember the guy with the clarinet behind the sofa.

    Really cool about Mathew Polk and the LSi9 SDA too.
    Stan

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  • HzTweakerHzTweaker Posts: 457
    I think the LSI9s are great speakers! I would totally invest in LSI9 SDAs!!
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  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 2,101
    DSkip wrote: »
    Or tell him to give me a call. While I wasn't as young as Trey, I did join this forum as a teenager and credit so much of who I am to this forum and the knowledge and friendships I've gained.

    I'm not sure I ever said this publicly, but the arrangement the forum sent to my wife's memorial service brought tears to my eyes then and still does when I think about it. My closest friends are here and a few aren't exactly within driving range.
    VR3 wrote: »
    The people I've met on this forum have pretty much shaped my entire life. No exaggeration.

    Bad people exist in this world but only maybe 1% are into high end audio.... Ymmv

    Skip, I’ll ask my dad about giving you a call tomorrow.
    Just out of interest, how old were you guys when you joined?
    I didn’t realize that there were others here who joined when they were about my age, until 2 weeks ago I figured out who “Sid the Kid” was. :)
    DK, thanks for the very interesting article!
    Not Tom, or Trey, or Jim
    In a few days, it will be...
    NAD C352
    Monitor Audio Radius R90’s/Polk SDA CRS/Mission Freedom 770 IV
    BJC speaker cables, generic RCA’s
    Technics SL3200 turntable and a Shure M97xE phono cartridge
    Velodyne VA-907 subwoofer
    Lafayette LR-1100 acting as a tuner
    TCC-TC750 phono stage
    I've always thought the goal of high end audio was not to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Turn that darn music down' but to have your neighbors bang on the wall and say, 'Tell your friends to go home and you can practice later this week'.
  • krazypolkkrazypolk Posts: 283
    Only 2 words. Cable management. mle6tarj4b49.jpg
  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 4,712
    mlistens03 wrote: »
    I think he'll realize that Y'all just wanna help at the Tampa expo next year... I assume I'll be seeing at least some of you guys there, right?

    Fixed!
    Got Dayens?
  • DarqueKnightDarqueKnight Posts: 6,313
    krazypolk wrote: »
    Only 2 words. Cable management.

    This was during the "work in progress" stage.

    "So hot it burns Mice!"~DK
    "Polk SDA-SRSs are hopelessly out of date both sonically and technologically... I see no value whatsoever in older SDA speakers."~Audio Asylum Member
    "Knowledge, without understanding, is a path to failure."~DK
    "Those who irrationally rail against something or someone that is no threat to them, actually desire (or desire to be like) the thing or person they are railing against."~DK
  • VR3VR3 Posts: 22,246
    Hmm, I joined in 2003... 13 or 14?

    Attended my first Polk fest at Polk hq at 15 or so?
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