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Old 7th January 2007, 07:57 PM   #1
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Default metronome from RS40-1354?

Finally getting back into the DIY after the long holiday season.

I want to build a metronome and want to use the speakers that are sitting idle on my bench. Originally I was going to cut wood for TB W3-871S but the speaker is only 32" in height. Since I am used to building BIB speakers with higher heights, I like to know if the RS will be appropriate.

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Old 7th January 2007, 09:46 PM   #2
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For a Metronome? Oh yes. I haven't done one for the RS driver, but I'll see what I can come up with in the morning.
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For a Metronome? Oh yes. I haven't done one for the RS driver, but I'll see what I can come up with in the morning.

thanks much.

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Old 8th January 2007, 08:24 AM   #4
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Internal height 60in. So = 3in wide, 1.5in deep. Sl = 10in wide, 7in deep. Vent in base 2in diameter, 2in long. Zdriver 30in. Line or stuff upper portion of cabinet. If stuffing, 0.25lbs ft^3.
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Internal height 60in. So = 3in wide, 1.5in deep. Sl = 10in wide, 7in deep. Vent in base 2in diameter, 2in long. Zdriver 30in. Line or stuff upper portion of cabinet. If stuffing, 0.25lbs ft^3.
Am I interpreting this correct?

all inside dimension
internal height is 60" (vertical), center of the speaker at half way at 30".
top end plate: 3" wide, 1.5" deep
bottom shelf/plate: 10" wide, 7" deep
vent size in the center of bottom shelf is 2" diameter with height of 2"
will line the upper portion with 1/4" hardibacker (no stuffing)

thanks Scott,

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Smack on. Let us know how it turns out -this'll be the first pair with the RS40-1354.
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Smack on. Let us know how it turns out -this'll be the first pair with the RS40-1354.

great!, thanks will put up the pics as usual.

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