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Old 5th April 2009, 05:53 AM   #921
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my glowing glass enclosed tb w3-871 full range near field monitors. currently hooked up as dual center channel in a dolby pro logic on my computer. main L R are dahlquist bookshelves and powered by a onkyo tx-sv727
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Old 7th April 2009, 08:46 PM   #922
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nukaidee prepare for an assualt:


How'd you secure the baffle to the cylinder?
What's the baffle made of?
What's the cylinder made of?
What's the internal volume?
Frequency response?
Filters?


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Old 7th April 2009, 08:50 PM   #923
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It says glass.

Looks like a glowing bong.
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Old 7th April 2009, 08:58 PM   #924
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lol? assault? the baffle to the glass cylinder is secured purely by friction. its a mixture of foam and sillicone =) It doesn't move as I don't really play it loud. actually there is not really a baffle, the glass cylinder and the diameter of the driver frame is almost identical, the aluminum is just a cover =). internal volume is 1.8L, the vas of the driver is a 1.66 but since I have hanging led's and the driver takes up room its close enough for me. Frequency response (not measured, just guessing) is 100-20k. No filters at all, straight from my amp, my amp acts as a hpf at 100hz.

thanks for looking
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Old 7th April 2009, 09:28 PM   #925
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Frequency response (not measured, just guessing) is 100-20k.
Here is a sim based on the actual measured parameters of the drivers used.

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Old 8th April 2009, 02:55 AM   #926
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Old 8th April 2009, 04:52 AM   #927
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OS 9.2.2 running in Classic. I still have 2 classic aps i can't live without... MacSpeakerz and Visual Page. My web server also runs in 9 -- makes it, for all practical purposes, invulnable from hackers.

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Old 11th April 2009, 01:01 AM   #928
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Default Fostex 126e Bass Reflex with BSC

Hi guys - - just finished up a set of bass reflex cabs for the FE126e, 10L as in Fostex doc, but with different dimensions - wider, less deep. I built them as wireless speakers by attaching the guts of small self-amped wireless speakers to the back of the cabinet. The 6 AA battery powered amp are more than enough to drive them to loud listening levels.

The wireless amps can also be disconnected, and the speakers hooked up to a regular amplifier.

They're constructed from 5/8" ply, covered in decorative paper. Cones have 3 light coats of Mod Podge, and the baffle step and Zobel filters from this page have been applied:

http://www.frugal-horn.com/metronome...tml#BaffleStep

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The baffle step circuit made a HUGE difference over my previous attempts at a BIB with this driver. Here are a couple of youtube videos:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4tLRhkqWJU
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Old 16th April 2009, 03:56 PM   #929
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Default New Full Range Speakers

These are a pair of one of a kind handmade wood speakers. It houses a 2" aluminum alloy full range driver delivering a frequency response of 150-20,000 Hz. The cabinets are made from solid southern yellow pine, for a warmer sound. each speaker was hand turned on a wood lathe and mounted to the solid southern yellow pine stands. Each speaker is 8 inches tall, 5 inches wide at base and 6 inches deep. These are great for small rooms or for ipod or computer speakers. Must use an amp, these have bare wire terminals on the back of them. These have a nice sound and great imaging. To get full bass they must be matched with a sub. [link] Website coming soon.
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