In the presentation, the software was treated more like a tertiary afterthought.
The tweets are mounted into the curved mounting plate. Four screws hold the mounting plate in place. You unscrew them, pop it out, hit the switch inside from horizontal to vertical (or vice versa) to adjust for phase, rotate the plate and screw it back in, thus preserving the dispersion angle of the tweets.
They did some interesting work to remove hard edges inside the enclosure and the long slots on either side of the lengthwise cabinet dimensions are the ports.
is HEAVY. I tried to lift it and it felt like 50 lbs. Not scientific, mind you, but dense for its size. Huge heat sink on the back and the controls are on the front (down at the bottom under a flap) so you don't have to reach around back.
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Please let me know if the audio works or not for you.
I can download the file from my own server and play it fine on two of my three Macs, but experimenting further this AM, on my 3rd Mac...no audio. Even if I bring the file over the network from the machine I rendered it on...no audio. And the "get info" doesn't describe the audio. both running Quicktime Version 7.5 (149.5) How weird is that?
It's as if the audio is being scraped off for some computers, Mac or PC, but not others.
Anyone with an explanation, toss in.
Maybe I'll try another render. Got any suggerstions?