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Old 28th October 2005, 08:26 PM   #111
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usa_satriani, very impressive! What kind of paint / finish did you use? Too bad the link you have there is not English!! Which plans did you use?

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Old 29th October 2005, 06:59 AM   #112
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Thanks but I did not spend some time to translate almost all my site in english to get that kind of comment Just click the english flag
You can find some picture of the assembling there too.

I used Mr Nagaoka plans that you can find on some japanese sites or in his books available at Madisound.

The finish is two layer of Vernish, mahogany tree colour. I find this colour quite warm and beautiful, suits with my appartement.

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Old 1st November 2005, 04:06 PM   #113
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Question, do you prefer one of the speaker sets over the other? Curious as to your thoughts regarding the two different drivers/horns.

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Old 1st November 2005, 07:58 PM   #114
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Hi,

I like more the D58 because they have deeper bass response and the FT96H is doing a good job. On the D37 I am only using a FE168EZ without a tweeter but I should put one to get clearer and better highest frequencies.
I am also powering the D58 with a Naim NAIT which is quite an excellent amp and only a T-amp for the D37.

But for a true full-range speaker, the D37 is quite amazing, you just enjoy the music.

I hope I answered you question, feel free to ask anything.

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Old 5th November 2005, 04:15 AM   #115
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Default Re: front view

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Had these 16 ohm monarch 3-1/2",alnico,steel frame round holes in basket.... 12" wide X 30-1/2" high X6-1/4" deep; inside baffles are 4-3/16" wide....They don't go down to far but a very enjoyable and cohesive sound. ...
how low do they go. they look beautiful to me esp for such a small cabinet. maybe the 108 sigma's might offer an upgraded sound.
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Old 6th November 2005, 03:47 PM   #116
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Hi guys,

Here is a quick pic of the Zigmahornets (with FE103E drivers) I recently put together.

Originally they were going to be light coloured so I put a maple veneer on them. We then decided to go with a mid tone so I applied a teak stain. Maple does not take stain well! Took much exta work to make them look good... The cabnets are made from 5/8" MDF. I routed a curve on the front two edges so I could wrap one piece of veneer around the front and sides. Plus it gives a nice smooth look...

Anyways this was the first time I had even done anything like this and enjoyed it very much. I discovered I really enjoy woodwork and have since bought a bunch of tools to help (mostly one tool - a Shopsmith).

I picked the Zigmahornet design since I figured it would look good with our new TV. They sound great as well, so now I am thinking of building new speakers for the theatre room! (Although a hushbox for my projector would be the best increase per dollar in sound performance )

Maybe some Voigt Pipes for the theatre... I have a 14' ceiling in there so I can make some huge ones!!!

Thanks, James

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Old 6th November 2005, 05:03 PM   #117
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Old 6th November 2005, 05:28 PM   #118
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My FX-120 ML-TQWTs that my carpenter friend just brought me today.

The finish is not done yet, there is no damping inside right now.
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Old 12th November 2005, 01:40 PM   #119
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Here is a picture of my speakers for front channels.

The bigger ones are my new fullrange speakers for stereo listening,Jordan jx92s in GM:s great mltl 48".The enclosures are my own design.
(the smaller 3 way speakers are for movies)
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Old 14th November 2005, 12:35 PM   #120
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My modest addition to this great thread:

2*103S ACR in small BR

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Soon another Beyma speaker will be added for the bass, making this set up a (not so conventional) 2 way driver.
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