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Old 29th September 2007, 02:21 AM   #1
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Talking Suzy Chang - Here it is...

Thanks for the individual attention from Scott and Dave of aka planet10. I was looking for a cabinet for FE107E (similar to FE103, I think).

They did their magic and I followed the plan, and I built them (my brother-in-law is waiting for this set). I only had about 2 hours of listening with my new amp32. Sounds excellent, bass is definitely there.

Side by side with G Chang (non Curvey Chang), it is small. In a smaller room in a right decor, the speaker sounds clear and bass is extended. If u want a smaller cabinet and like the style, strongly recommended.

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Old 29th September 2007, 03:05 AM   #2
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that is beautiful work... wish I had 'em here to listen to. - I like fact the drivers are at about same height as a person sitting down... where's my table-saw, router etc. ... It reminds me of fact I need to finish a few projects. - thanks for the photos ! ... It helps to see how it's put together.
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Old 29th September 2007, 12:21 PM   #5
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Of the three speakers pictured, which do you prefer overall and why?

Nice job!
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Of the three speakers pictured, which do you prefer overall and why?

Nice job!

as my main speaker it is B20 with tweeter as u may have guessed.

for appropriate decor in a smaller room, it is Suzy C. I have not fully tested bass extension yet but seem very satisfying indeed.

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Old 29th September 2007, 04:31 PM   #7
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Very nice work.

Keep it up.
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Old 29th September 2007, 06:31 PM   #8
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Man, that looks like a sweet easy build.
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gychang, your work looks great, you don't seem to recoil from any challenge which is wonderfull and inspiring. I was just wondering if Suzy chang design could be applied to some other drivers. For example pioneer b20, fostex 167, 127,207. Does anyone have plans for such drivers or is it even possible? I know that on this forum the question "is it possible" is a dangerous one and that is why I like this forum and read it every day. Thanks guys.
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gychang, your work looks great, you don't seem to recoil from any challenge which is wonderfull and inspiring. I was just wondering if Suzy chang design could be applied to some other drivers. For example pioneer b20, fostex 167, 127,207. Does anyone have plans for such drivers or is it even possible? I know that on this forum the question "is it possible" is a dangerous one and that is why I like this forum and read it every day. Thanks guys.

Nebojsa: You are in the right place. Pros have done most of hard work for us, and have to just "copy" their drawing onto wood.

Look here: http://www.frugal-horn.com/spawn.html

Fob B20, G Chang cabinet is great with a cheap tweeter.

look here: Pioneer 8" build, the Chang variant

These speakers get maximum bass from these speakers and look very nice.

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