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Old 24th January 2009, 07:02 PM   #1
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Hello from London, UK, my name is Dukes.

I have been rebuilding a lot of blown speaker units and have enjoyed reading about crossovers and drivers.

Currently learning alot about DIY audio, in general, and very interested (although starting from scratch) in a couple potential budget hobbies:

Building a pair of active studio monitors to equal or better the KRK Rokit 6 specification.

Rebuilding home speakers, adding some sort of protection, for party situations when people abuse the volume knob.

Any advice would be warmly welcomed.

Many Thanks,
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Old 24th January 2009, 07:24 PM   #2
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Hello Dukes and welcome to the forums. If you take your questions over to the loudspeaker section you'll likely get a better response than here in Introductions. Good luck with the project(s)
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Old 5th February 2009, 08:13 PM   #3
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Hi Dukes - and Welcome to diyAudio!

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Good info for those starting out - or that have forgotten some things (that would be me).
DIY audio can be expensive but getting to see things go up in smoke - that's priceless!!!! ..... "whatever - call it brainfart of Mighty ZM"
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