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Revisited: Neumi BS5P Powered Bookshelf Speaker

restorer-john

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I did a standard FR and impedance on the passive one to see what showed up in terms of resonances. I can't fully compare the full scan (higher resolution than gated passive) but they overlaid essentially the same (same trends).


Yes, I remember speakers are used in pairs. No need for snark.

Don't assume there was 'snark'. There was none intended nor implied.

Configurations such as these, where the internal volumes of one speaker is quite different to the other in a pair should be tested for differences and commented on as a matter of course. We know they will not perform the same, but many people reading reviews will not.
 

Laserjock

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Just saw an update on Instagram to do port plugs on the new ones going out on Amazon.
 

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Does anyone have the EQ files and the flashing software they would be willing to share? Appears Neumi's website is down.
 

lumin8

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I just got an update from Neumi:



If I have time, I'm going to incorporate the latest update and do a re-spin because I want to see just what the performance is now. Could be a total game changer. And I don't use that term lightly.
Hello I am very new to speakers and I'm sorry if this will sound silly but if you don't mind answering: what do I have to buy in order to connect these speakers to a powered sub such as the Daytona SUB1200? I already have the source which is 3.5mm AUX, what would I need to do in order to connect the speakers to the sub and then all of that to my source? Thank you for your time.
 

joentell

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Hello I am very new to speakers and I'm sorry if this will sound silly but if you don't mind answering: what do I have to buy in order to connect these speakers to a powered sub such as the Daytona SUB1200? I already have the source which is 3.5mm AUX, what would I need to do in order to connect the speakers to the sub and then all of that to my source? Thank you for your time.
Ask away! If I remember correctly, it doesn't have a sub out. So, you can split the signal using an RCA y-adapter, but that isn't ideal. It's all good though. I started with some setups like this and enjoyed the process.
 
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