Good to be back. Don't feel I have to experience to help others much, there are much more capable people on here, but at least you all may enjoy a bit of a chime in form time to time.
Yeah David, that's the only solution I have now, delay each mirrored pair after about 4.8m(?) wide.
I never run bass in stereo signal, merely meant that I ran them physically stereo stacked.
Believe it or not this is not just for show. I do almost exclusively outdoor heavy bass edm gigs. Every bit of rumble is needed. I admit that for current crowds: upto about 1200, I don't need more than 12, but when I do, I will. Been asked to quote for a gig this coming summer for 3000 ppl outdoors edm, and honestly I am not sure how many more 36" titans I will need and if I can even meet that demand. A few old-schoolers from over east have told me I should be able to do it comfortably, but they are coming form the "we ran AM15's for a couple of decades they can do it" camp, and are just working from a generic 15 folded horn understanding with no intimate knowledge of the titans. Suggestions? and how to stack them while not hiding stage behind 2.4m high wall? Delayed horizontal line is the only way I can see.
Part of the solution is to now build 36's dual loaded with the nlw9500's, but seriously afraid I will pull boxes apart... that pressure... Powwaa
If anyone here needs a little more convincing not to mess with the plans... I in all my infinite wisdom changed a couple face plates on my 8th pair... was fine for a year odd till I coupled into a 10 box mono and blew the face plates clean off. I say 'off' but they were still 'on', and the glue had held, but it tore the ply layers apart. Damn I wish Birch wasn't $225 a sheet at that time, probs wouldn't have happened with that godsend of a building material.