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Old 21st October 2005, 04:14 PM   #101
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Default sp-200x

Hi Cal,

Yes its in centimetres... And I forgot, the lenght of the port is 7.6 cm...

Good luck Martin
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Old 22nd October 2005, 11:00 AM   #102
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Illusus - cheers

planet10 - as far as I understand it, Ted assembles the drivers, the components are shipped in, though I could be wrong, but I'm not going to split hairs, we source them from the UK, that's close enough for me !
The JX92s are still built by Vifa. Ted tests deliveries and then ships them out.

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Old 23rd October 2005, 02:08 AM   #103
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Here some pictures of my other small 5.0 HT system based on the Tangband W3-871s units.
(Lancetta HE in Cyburgh's Needle outfit and 2x CT209 / 1x CT209AL)

All filters applied are the same as the Lancetta High-End version.

All cabinets are increased in outher size for cosmetic resons.

The cabinets are made of 10mm thick MDF, finished with silver paint all arround.

The Needle's have a compartment at the bottom filled with the filter and sand.

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Old 23rd October 2005, 09:39 AM   #104
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Why the W3-315SC for the center? To me it sounds clearly different than a W3-817S.
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Old 23rd October 2005, 10:59 AM   #105
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Why the W3-315SC for the center? To me it sounds clearly different than a W3-817S.

@ Landroval :

The W3-315SC sounds just a little bit different in the middle/high freq.

after an experiment with different units for the centre I found out
that in this configuration the W3-315SC sounds more open and
detailed .

Placed in the Needle the W3-315SC didn't sound that great, to
much, little agressive in the middle.

But for voices, comming over the centre unit it sounds quite perfect.
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Old 26th October 2005, 11:01 AM   #106
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Ok. I can see your point there. I usually prefer identical L-C-R speakers, but if your way sounds better I see no reason not to keep it that way.
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Old 26th October 2005, 09:15 PM   #107
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I listened to Tom Z's horn at Bob's the other day. I found them excellent in the upper range and they had fantastic lower bass. Amazing for that size of a speaker. After listening for a while, we did stuff the horn with some poly stuffing to eliminate the mid-bass honking. I wonder if you found the same problem? I also had to deal with the same problem with my Jordan transmission lines and also had to use stuffing in the vent to remove some of the mid-bass honking.

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Old 26th October 2005, 09:26 PM   #108
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I listened to Tom Z's horn at Bob's the other day. I found them excellent in the upper range and they had fantastic lower bass. Amazing for that size of a speaker. After listening for a while, we did stuff the horn with some poly stuffing to eliminate the mid-bass honking. I wonder if you found the same problem? I also had to deal with the same problem with my Jordan transmission lines and also had to use stuffing in the vent to remove some of the mid-bass honking.
Where did you put the polyfluff... the honk in the mids was the most objectionable issue (i still haven't heard the 2nd pair yet)

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Old 28th October 2005, 01:21 AM   #109
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I just stuffed the pollyfill a short distance up the horn opening.makes it easy to remove.
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Old 28th October 2005, 07:45 PM   #110
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Hi there.

I did Nagaoka D58-ES for front speakers and D37 for back speakers using FE208EZ + FT96H and FE168EZ :

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http://satriany.free.fr/pages/enceintes/index.php

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