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Old 21st August 2009, 10:33 PM   #31
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My next project is an audiophile boom box. Biamplified system with 41Hz AMP-9 basic, group buy crossover boards, Jordan JR6-HD and Peerless 830856. It won't be loud or efficient but should sound good meant as a travel, not party, system. Most of the parts are in hand and I am in the process of assembling things now.
I have always wanted to build an audiophile boombox! Please let me know how it goes!
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Old 21st August 2009, 11:10 PM   #32
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I'll post the results and design as soon as I have it done. Don't hold your breath though. My projects always seem to take way too much time due to all the pre-emptions. For example. This weekend is shot due to business, the next for camping and the next for a wedding. Typical!
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Old 21st August 2009, 11:58 PM   #33
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Old 23rd August 2009, 03:33 AM   #34
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A Subwoofer. Two 6" 8ohm 40watt drivers in parallel in a single sealed enclosure, driven by my lovely LM3886 Gainclone.
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Some kind of simple preamp...my amps need a little more gain than my sources can provide by themselves, I think
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Current projects are the Zaph L18 with matching stands, the stands using 1" 'sticks' of MDF and glued together for the central column and triple layer top and bottom plates.

Future projects include an audio rack, some cheaper speaker stands for use around the house, and a dumpster-diving actively amplified OB line array, using bits I happen to have lying around the house for half a decade Some multi-material (copper, aluminum, wood and glass) enclosures for a Buffalo DAC and a LM3886 stereo amp are also somewhere on the horizon. I hope to complete all this by February...
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Old 28th August 2009, 01:15 PM   #38
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Currently I gather all parts for a LM3886 chipamp w/ headphone amp and sub out.
The next project will be finishing a TDA2030/2050 amp for the sub and then building the sub enclosure.
After that, I'll build some small full range speakers from some old Philips car speakers sporting 25 Watts.
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Have just finished the solid model designs for a nude, open baffle, cardioid speaker. Lowther PM6A on top, Emminence Delta 8 for open baffle and two Tang Band 8 inch woofers in the bass section. The solid model is so I cannot make a mistake bigger than plus or minus one US foot when I attempt to build them.

To be honest I am going to beg help from people who actually have skill at wood devouring.

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