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Old 17th October 2007, 02:56 PM   #1
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Default Autograph: should I??

Hi folks,
I've lived with all kinds of speakers in the past, ranging from ESL to Transmission lines.. and I'm in love for the past 15 years with my Tannoys..

So, I think it is time to make the best use of them..
First, I have built a nice workshop with a dedicated audio room..
Second, I think the Autograph would be great. I am not a "professional" wood worker.. but I have done a few projects and think I could probably get through this project, going slowly.. but what stops me is that whatever the drawings I found on the net, none seem to show all the details (throat etc..) or give detailed measurements.. And they seem so complex that "taking a guess" might not be a good idea.

So, I just don't know where to start.

Any good advice would be apreciated.

Tannoy guy/Sylver300B
Sylvain, Québec
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