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Old 3rd July 2007, 01:12 PM   #1
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Hi All.
Recently I participated in a thread regarding those foster ribbon tweeters that are currently available here in Australia.

I am replacing the Celestion HF2000 super tweeter with these foster units.

The speakers are transmission lines that I built many years ago, and they use the KEF B139 / 110 / T27 and Celestion super tweeter.

I mamaged to dig out the original constuction plans.

Here are the dimensional layouts and the crossover details if any one is interested.

With external dimension of 1400mm tall, 500mm wide and 640mm deep, this is one big bugger.

I remember when i was putting it together, and trying to convince myself that its "not that big".

If you would like more info, or the entire article, please drop me a line.
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Here is a perspective view
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Old 3rd July 2007, 01:16 PM   #3
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And last but not least, here is the crossover.

This is one big sucker, along with the speaker.
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I'd love to have a copy of the complete article... it looks to be loosely based on an IMF TLS80. The mid cabinet is a nice touch.

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I'd love to have a copy of the complete article... it looks to be loosely based on an IMF TLS80. The mid cabinet is a nice touch.

dave

Hi Dave.

Thanks for your reply. I am more than happy to send you the entire article.

I will scan them, and email to you directly.

At the moment, I am still waiting for my new front baffles, which are being made to accomodate the new ribbon tweeters.

Once completed I will take a pics and post here.

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George.
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