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Old 7th November 2006, 11:23 PM   #401
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Default Re: Re: another BIB (bigger is better)

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Nice! Care to share details? Driver, etc?

take a look at the details and more photo here.

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Old 8th November 2006, 06:39 AM   #402
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Here is what I'm currently listening to at the moment.These are Fostex Fe126e based OB and I must say the overall sound is better than any box I tried them in so far.What I really like is the 3- D sound stage you get from OB and the the phase correct bass reproduction.In my small room bass is good enough to not need a sub for my musical tastes.[IMG]Click the image to open in full size.[/IMG]
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Old 14th November 2006, 07:27 PM   #403
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My bookshelf Del Sol.
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Delsol- inexpensive full range bookshelf.
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Old 14th November 2006, 11:34 PM   #404
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Default Singular from BD design

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"The basic design for the SINGULAR was initiated by Onur Ilkorur. The SINGULAR is not a bass reflex design, which is only efficient for only half an octave. It is not a transmission line needing a lot of damping material to tame resonances. Neither is it a TQWP or ML-TQWP. Instead, it is a combination of all these loading systems, resulting in a wide-band resonator effective from 40Hz to 250Hz."
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Old 15th November 2006, 08:20 AM   #405
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Nice design but.........be honest.....what is the lowest freqvency in large terms (+/_ 3db) who can achieve?
I ask that because is very hard to not need another aditional woofer to have a good and nice reponce ...you know...the real full range.
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Old 15th November 2006, 09:51 AM   #406
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Nice design but.........be honest.....what is the lowest freqvency in large terms (+/_ 3db) who can achieve?
I ask that because is very hard to not need another aditional woofer to have a good and nice reponce ...you know...the real full range.
Thx.
Bass is quite good, not measured, but I trust BD specs. I experienced best results with at least 50w power amp, while with a low power amp these speakers sound too brite with lack of bass, even if FE206E is rated 96dB.

Enclosure inside from http://www.woebking.net/cms/index.ph...g2_itemId=1850

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Old 21st November 2006, 12:45 AM   #407
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One of my Wharfedales Super 10 RS/DD
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Old 21st November 2006, 12:53 AM   #408
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Front view, showing enlarged tweeter cone with foam damping ring to reduce edge resonance, and 3" dust cap. Cloth surrounds treated with bitumous "stuff" I treated the cones, as advised by Norm.

The mods were carried out 27 years ago, by Norm Edge, Melbourne Australia. Including 8 ohm vc. and spider. They are now 40 years old.

Still working extreamly well.
Mounted on a test baffle/ corner enclosure.
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Old 21st November 2006, 03:29 AM   #409
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Those really should be front mounted or have a 45 degree champher on the opening....

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Old 21st November 2006, 08:37 AM   #410
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err, yeah, they are a bit rough n ready. They were in cupboards for about 15 years, I was in a hurry to make some nice sounds. And my new landlady said I could play my records as loud as I like!

They should really be in 3.5 cub ft enclosures, or TLs, which is where they look like heading, once I learn a bit more about them.

On that, Wharfedales should be mounted on the rear, unless you want to machine the baffle to suit, or as I have on my other set, 1/4 lb of silastic! The rear of the rim is not flush. That's why they have the green felt gasket on the front.

Has anyone tried these in QWTLs?
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