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Old 14th April 2006, 11:33 AM   #281
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you're right. sorry my English
I want to use 2 the same drivers Monacor SP-200X - 8" full range.
now, I used Alphard RW80B81 for testing - so-so. Monacor will be better
so, what do you think about tweens in TQWT?
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Old 18th April 2006, 11:30 AM   #282
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Yuri, if I could speak your language like you can speak English, I'd be a happy man.

This thread is probably not the best place for this discussion, but providing the TQWT cabinet is specifically designed from the outset to have 2 drivers in it, then it should work fine. However, don't try placing both Monacor's on the front baffle unless you're going to cross them over very early to a tweeter or you'll run into all sorts of nasty lobing effects because the driver-centres are too far apart. The result of lobing is that the high-frequencies will a) become very rough, and b) will be quickly attenuated.

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Old 25th April 2006, 03:45 PM   #283
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just done the finishing hard work on my new speakers...

Fr125S's in a 11.5L sealed with 18mm ply.

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just needs varnish or somthing to finish it!
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Old 25th April 2006, 03:57 PM   #284
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Hi Inrank, nice woodwork - may I suggest this

Place/glue a wooden list around edge at front - and then mount some "felt" on front, and you will get a nice smooth surface.
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Quote:
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This thread is probably not the best place for this discussion,
thank you Scott. I see. let me know another place for my idea explanation. I have a few reason.
now I have to choose type of finish these TQWP.
will be nice to paint it as fractal colours - very expressive and original
or - antique by real wood
or - put the final touches by marble
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Old 25th April 2006, 03:59 PM   #286
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Hi Inrank, nice woodwork - may I suggest this

Place/glue a wooden list around edge at front - and then mount some "felt" on front, and you will get a nice smooth surface.
well i really like the wood finish at the moment
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Old 25th April 2006, 04:18 PM   #287
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Hi,


I have allready shown these construction in the "loudspeakers"-area (my new way to build a TML) but I think it can be shown here too.



I have build a Coral 8A70 in closed volume and added a Fostex W300A-II in a TML.


right now I am very happy with the sound. It is complete different to the FX-Horn. It plays out mor details. Some of my friends like the horn better because it plays "smoother" not so direkt.

It is always a desicion with witch speaker I should listen.
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Old 25th April 2006, 04:47 PM   #288
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Roemhild - sounds like a tough choice. All is well when we have such choices.

I have to make one comment, what a sub! That appears to be a real moster! Care to share the details? Wow!
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hi one1speed


he sub is just a Fostex FW800. I have build it in a corner of my room. Right now it plays in a 2200-2500ltr volume. But the volume is too big. The sound is deep but not very exact. The woofer is one of the best I have ever had in my hands.


But maybe u should come and listen to it yourselve?! U are invited


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Old 26th April 2006, 05:36 PM   #290
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Here`s my latest diy project. Took me a couple of months to complete.
Very happy with the sound so far, but still some houndred hours of playing before the Lowther is at it`s best.
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