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gmilitano 28th September 2005 01:22 AM

Full Range Speaker Photo Gallery
 
Well, the tubes forum has a photo gallery, so how about one for full range speakers?

Shamefully, I have none of my own to post yet...

layertone 28th September 2005 06:49 AM

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I'll start... This is my 3rd pair of "T-Horns"; too bad I couldn't keep them, because I sold it...

theNoid 28th September 2005 11:25 AM

http://www.palmbayaudio.com/images/tangband871a.jpg

TB871 Project

Noidster

mrlots2do 28th September 2005 03:41 PM

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[i]This is my 3rd pair of "T-Horns"; too bad I couldn't keep them, because I sold it...
Hi Tony,
I like the side details on this pic better than the other details (detail of horn internals).

youyoung21147 28th September 2005 05:23 PM

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My first successful project :

Fullrange speakers for W3-871S that I use in a home theater.

Good extension down to 60 - 70Hz, and "notch filter less" conception.

Look at my website for details :)

VT67 28th September 2005 05:31 PM

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These are my full range speakers. They are now resident in the bedroom. Lovely sound, they realy exceeded my expectations.

Regards

layertone 28th September 2005 06:40 PM

mrlots2do:

Thanks for the comments. The preivous pair had flush sides; it seem like it was dying for some design to put on it; maybe a 3D relief in the future of a dragon or something...

GeWa & youyoung21147, great projects, which drivers did you use & how is the low extention?

youyoung21147 28th September 2005 06:51 PM

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The drivers are TangBand W3-871S

The low extension is 70Hz in free space, and 62Hz when placed near a wall corner (like on the 1st picture).

There's enough bass for music, I use them without the sub. The result is amazing ! Really the best value/price design I've ever heard :D

The attached picture shows the front speakers, with the center channel that isn't really fullrange.

VT67 28th September 2005 07:17 PM

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GeWa & youyoung21147, great projects, which drivers did you use & how is the low extention?
It's a Jordan JX92S. I haven't measured it but they go surprisingly low for such a small driver. The construction drawing of the cabinet can be found on Jordan's website.

Regards

Roemhild 28th September 2005 07:32 PM

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I have tried to build my final speakers. Well we will see how long I will keep them.

The construktion is for the Fostex FX200. The faceplate is to absorb a peek at 8 kHz. There are no filters or passive components between the speaker and the amp.




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