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Old 29th November 2006, 06:40 AM   #421
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Old 30th November 2006, 04:19 PM   #422
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Tweaked FE126E in BR.
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Old 2nd December 2006, 01:56 PM   #423
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Default my FE207 DBR

Hi all
These are just my FE207 DBR, no filter, directly wired on KR842's and they already sound quite good!

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It's regular fostex enclosure, which is fine for a start. Next step is perhaps a FE208 in back horn. We'll see
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Old 17th December 2006, 02:56 PM   #424
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Cyburgs Monitor with CSS FR125S.

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Old 18th December 2006, 07:46 PM   #425
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Default my little contribution

Hi, long time no see

My old full-range project... Clabby aka Abby Clone.

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I am now working on a new project with the FE208E... (ML-TL)

By the way, anybody know the type of speaker in this old Altec Lansing Seven? I need to change the surround :P
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Old 19th December 2006, 09:15 PM   #426
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Low ccost, good sound.
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Old 19th December 2006, 10:40 PM   #427
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Nice Clubby's.

"By the way, anybody know the type of speaker in this old Altec Lansing Seven? I need to change the surround :P

Try the Lansing Heritage Site. Also, some one watching the Altec thread may have some. Great Plains Audio is worth a try.

Geoff
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Old 21st December 2006, 01:35 PM   #428
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Default Re: My BIB's

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Originally posted by zayne742
Low ccost, good sound.

Do I spy with my little eye a pair of MCM 55-1200?

Great little drivers

Have a pair with a peerless HDS tweeter in supertweet config (10k XO, no coil on woofie) in a vented box, plays music real good.... not using any baffle step, but haven't worked the XO much.
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Old 21st December 2006, 02:01 PM   #429
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Do I spy with my little eye a pair of MCM 55-1200?

Great little drivers

Have a pair with a peerless HDS tweeter in supertweet config (10k XO, no coil on woofie) in a vented box, plays music real good.... not using any baffle step, but haven't worked the XO much.
Well, here are my first BIB's. I have gone a bit of a different route on these. Due to terrible room acoustics and the fact that these may migrate to the theater room, I have added a tweeter. The driver is a Pioneer A11EC80-02F 4.5". I got these for a good deal and wanted to use them. I also had a pair of Dayton DC28FS-8 1 1/8" silk dome tweeters laying around. I coated the pioneer with 2 coats of Damar. This tamed it's wild HF and improved their looks. I used the Fostex 126/127e model for the BIB since the 126 was the closest match to the driver used. The wood is 3/4 birch laminate ply. The front baffle is made from some leftover pine 1x12's I had laying around. So far, I am very impressed and satisfied with their sound. They have overcome the room acoustics, and fill it with clear sound. I have not noticed them lacking, or having too much thar a little EQ tweaking can not take care of. I do say this after a few tweaks on the tweeter x-over. I realize this setup somewhat defeats a full range BIB, but, for the mild cost of $125 that was spent on the pair, I think I will keep them.
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Old 23rd December 2006, 08:12 AM   #430
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Unhappy Stamm Drivers

Does any one have contact details for Richard Stamm,I have a Stamm Driver in need of repair. It is from a pair of Loth-X Troubadour horn loaded speakers, the best speakers I have ever owned, but with the demise of Loth-X have been unable to repair.
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