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Old 2nd November 2007, 01:12 AM   #1
thanhVNS is offline thanhVNS  Viet Nam
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Dear All,

I've just finished my new plan for Fostex FE-206E. This cabinet produced a luxury sound which I never heard before.

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Old 2nd November 2007, 01:25 AM   #2
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Dear All,

I've just finished my new plan for Fostex FE-206E. This cabinet produced a luxury sound which I never heard before.

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very nice cabinet, you make it yourself or you use the local carpenter?
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Old 2nd November 2007, 01:30 AM   #3
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I desinged and co-operate with my younger brother for cutting MDF, Construction inside and outside the cabinet. After all fixing with Fostex FE-206E and enjoy the Luxury Sound.

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I desinged and co-operate with my younger brother for cutting MDF, Construction inside and outside the cabinet. After all fixing with Fostex FE-206E and enjoy the Luxury Sound.

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Looks like you and your brother patient and carpentry skills pay off.
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I'm and my Brother are not skilful at carpentry, but we tried and tries. We spended 14 days to finish this Cabinet. This is my Old friend standing next to the Cabinet for testing the Sound quality.

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Do you have any further pics, and possibly plans?

How low do they go?
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Ok,

I will post some pics and my plan FYR.

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Reminds of Tannoy Autograph ... looks ... Respect!

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Reminds of Tannoy Autograph ... looks ... Respect!

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Just respected to the Westminter Royal Sound. That 's what I Dream of and hope to own by myself on the way to the Endless of the Music since I enjoyed long long times ago.

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Old 3rd November 2007, 03:25 PM   #10
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Just respected to the Westminter Royal shape and Sound. That 's what I Dream of and hope to own by myself on the way to the Endless of the Music since I enjoyed long long times ago.

By the way, please! explain your question in details about my possible plan so I can clearify what I did for the Cabinet.

At that moment I and my Brother mostly do it by hand. Hope that I will own the CNC machine, its useful for producing and construction the better Cabinet in the future. Hope to see you soon.


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