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Old 1st January 2013, 08:54 PM   #2291
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Hope this works,

Mark Audio a7 sealed box with Dayton subs.
Very nice! What's your impression of the sound? How are you amplifying and crossing that combo?

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Old 1st January 2013, 09:08 PM   #2292
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Thanks,

Sound is detailed, yet smooth at the same time. Good and precise imaging too. Bass is pretty tight. Nice to listen from low to medium-high level.


Amplification is a simaudio i-5 solid state plus a 300w amplifier plate for each sub.
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Old 3rd January 2013, 12:35 AM   #2293
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My humble attempt at CHR-70 build based on the plans for the slim deep bass reflex design on Mark Audio website.

Build from 2 layers of 3/8" MDF ... a box within a box.

I must say that they sound amazing for such a small driver ... imaging is superb.

Powered by a Topping TP21.
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Old 3rd January 2013, 04:39 PM   #2294
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Default Open Baffle with Saba Greencones

Open Baffle with Saba Greencones
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Old 3rd January 2013, 10:49 PM   #2295
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Very interesting, how do you like the sound?
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Old 4th January 2013, 08:59 AM   #2296
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After playing around with the Equalizer of my foobar2000 Player,
they sound Great! (These Saba Speakers are a bit rude in the Mids without a Filter)

Direct, fast, wide, clear and when you give them a Subwoofer on the Side, then they sound excellent even with electronic Music like Yello-Touch or Trentemöller Stuff!

Up to 80€ Euro(pair) they are matchless, imho.
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Old 6th January 2013, 06:47 PM   #2297
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Latest Cornucopya. This time with a more rounded spiral and foam front and back. These are a trial run for my Brother in law who caught the bug but lives a long way away and doesn't have access to drivers and such so Giau, if you're looking in...

These are 50 cm rather than the 70's seen earlier in this thread. The driver is a Jordan 6T. Not bad for a driver the size of a tweeter.
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Latest Cornucopya. This time with a more rounded spiral and foam front and back. These are a trial run for my Brother in law who caught the bug but lives a long way away and doesn't have access to drivers and such so Giau, if you're looking in...

These are 50 cm rather than the 70's seen earlier in this thread. The driver is a Jordan 6T. Not bad for a driver the size of a tweeter.
What material are you using for that?
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Default FH3-Inspired Build in Foam Core 30 in tall with TC9FD

I just finished one horn inspired by the FH3. The height is 30 in tall (limited by foam core stock). I scaled the internal cross sections to a Vifa TC9FD 3.5 in driver's Sd. This resulted in a cabinet internal dimension of 4.5 in wide x 5.0 in deep, and a terminus choke width of 1.33 in. The rear horn expands in a graceful curve to 12 in wide to provide stabilization feet and enhance the horn output. It actually sounds really good. After testing it by pulling driver from my Cornu spiral, I now must order more Vifa's. It is a fun build and can be done in an evening and a morning as one has to wait for glue to dry.

Foam Core Board Speaker Enclosures?
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Old 6th January 2013, 07:44 PM   #2300
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Here's some good reading if you have the time. Thanks to XRK, these have become a hit. In the first post there is a link to the other thread where it all started.

Ever think of building a Cornu Spiral horn? Now you can!
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