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Old 6th April 2011, 06:24 PM   #21
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The oddball "phase plug" looks like an oddball dustcap, to me.
Hello Badman.

Like I told 18Hurts, I believe the odd looking phase plug is probably just their wooden version of the metal phase plug that Zu Audio & Decware Audio are now both using in their full range drivers. You can see Zu's Metal "phase plug" here on their Omen speakers.

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I like the enclosure

yes, the aesthetics are vaguely familiar

Re the cost of the drivers; as substantial as it may be, it's well under the sales tax on many of the true atmospherically priced exotics, including some mentioned already
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yes, the aesthetics are vaguely familiar
I like them too, a little Onken-ish.

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I like them too, a little Onken-ish.

jeff

Hi Jeff,

I like not only the fact that they're Onken-ish, but also the woodworking itself. They're beautiful little cabinets and are approx $1500/pr when sold installed in those cabients!

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They're beautiful little cabinets and are approx $1500/pr when sold installed in those cabients!
Yes, they are quite lovely, and possibly a bargain compared to many of the commercial speakers on the market.

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Maybe you can light them from inside the cabinet
Dude, AWESOME idea...
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The response from 200 Hz to 10 kHz is within +-5db. That is not unusual for a full range driver. In fact, that is quite good for any driver.

There appear to be no major peaks and dips in the crucial 1k-6k range, which is also good.
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Dude, AWESOME idea...
haha... thanks! One guy did the Delite amplifier by covering the light bulbs with chinese lanterns.... they use soji paper (I may be wrong here). Looked cool.

Lighting them for inside would be quite a new look!
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There appear to be no major peaks and dips in the crucial 1k-6k range, which is also good.
The first plot shows 4k 10db hotter than 2k and 5k, thats not a major peak? And a 20 db rise from 125hz to 200hz, the whole region from 50hz to 300hz is a roller coaster.
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The first plot shows 4k 10db hotter than 2k and 5k, thats not a major peak? And a 20 db rise from 125hz to 200hz, the whole region from 50hz to 300hz is a roller coaster.
You are new at this, aren't you. Manufacturers normally measure their drivers on a standard flat baffle. They ALWAYS rolloff below 200-300Hz. nothing below 500Hz needs to be considered unless it is highly unusual. In this region, the cabinet will dominate the final FR.

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