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Old 29th January 2006, 01:14 AM   #201
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These are my full range speakers. They are now resident in the bedroom. Lovely sound, they realy exceeded my expectations.

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how did u construct the fancy stands?

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Old 29th January 2006, 07:11 PM   #202
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Hi

Here is my fullranger. At least the 12" :-) The tweeter is coming in at 10khz, and dipole sub is helping from 70hz and down (integrated).
It's a Bastanis kit. Prometheus.

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More pictures and the building process here:
http://www.alternativaudio.com/forum...opic.php?t=116

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Old 29th January 2006, 08:47 PM   #203
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Whatta piece of art

Great woodwork/finishing!
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Old 29th January 2006, 11:21 PM   #204
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Old 30th January 2006, 09:12 AM   #205
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my extremely humble first project... serves as a mid range monitor for my studio...

fostex fx120s in a 3.6L sealed hardwood enclosure... very smooth (if a little boxy) and serves its purpose very well

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Old 30th January 2006, 04:45 PM   #207
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Dave:

If you look at these plans, you'll notice that the "compression chamber" of this kit is extremely shallow. The FE126E was listed as a compatible driver on the Fostex Japan site, but I can't say that I'm impressed with the sound of these. Is this the wrong driver for this enclosure?
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Old 30th January 2006, 06:57 PM   #208
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If you look at these plans, you'll notice that the "compression chamber" of this kit is extremely shallow. The FE126E was listed as a compatible driver on the Fostex Japan site, but I can't say that I'm impressed with the sound of these. Is this the wrong driver for this enclosure?
Another one of Fostex's stepped expaning TLs. We have had mixed results with the Fostex designs... the official BR/expanding TL for the FE126 being quite decent sounding -- and if you trim the unused bottom part off so that they give a very cute speaker with quite interesting presentation. I can recommend it for anyone who needs something unobtrusive (just don't put it somewhere where you trip over it.

We also tried the FE126E in the PAWO "horn" as someone had suggested -- better than the FR125 in it, but still not good.

The RonHorn A126 got fired up yesterday. It has an even smaller CC, and exhibits colourations associated with too small a CC, but has good promise.

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I cleaned up the BK10 plans a bit and have attached them here
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Old 30th January 2006, 07:06 PM   #209
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Here is the plan of the little Fostex recommended hybrid and the bits we cut away marked in red.

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Old 30th January 2006, 08:59 PM   #210
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I put my fe126e into a pair of BK16 cabinets that I had lying around while I made up my mind about what to build for them. I was pleasantly surprised by how well they sounded. They play deep(given the driver size) and clean and fast. And they were placed well away from the walls too.
All I did was stuff the throat with some acousta-stuf and lay a loose layer behind and above the driver in the CC. Since I had to put the drivers on a baffle to fit over the original holes, the CC is actually a bit larger than with the fe166e that I originally had in them.

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