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Old 27th June 2008, 07:07 AM   #1
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Default "Jarrah" up and running...

Still a bit of cabinet work to do, a bit dusty in this pic.
And some stands to build etc

Initial listening impressions.. very nice !!

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Old 27th June 2008, 07:19 AM   #2
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Andy,

the speakers look great!
Do you have some pictures of the building process? I am curious about the stages between the last picture on you former thread, and the final result.

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Old 27th June 2008, 07:19 AM   #3
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Nice looking boxes there Andy. But that Jarrah is a pain in the (proverbial) to work with.

Had a look at the 'other' thread, and that must have taken you a fair bit of work to cut out all the staves. Can't wait to see them all polished up (you'll need a good camera).
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Old 27th June 2008, 07:21 AM   #4
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Love the racing stripes Andy

Which woofer are you using & how low does it go in those cabs?
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Love the racing stripes Andy

Which woofer are you using & how low does it go in those cabs?

Apart from the cab, the speaker is actually Zaph's SR71

http://www.zaphaudio.com/SR71.html

John, if you read this.. Thanks for sharing .. nice x-o design etc sounds pretty darn good so far !!
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great stuff andy, nice to see you beavering away, in fact where did you buy the bass mids from[ how much]?, and is your site still up?, l lost my link to it and the last time l did search on google l turned up zilch....... cheers TC
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great stuff andy, nice to see you beavering away, in fact where did you buy the bass mids from[ how much]?, and is your site still up?, l lost my link to it and the last time l did search on google l turned up zilch....... cheers TC
ER18's are from Madisound.. ouch! once you add on freight !!!

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Thaqnx for the link andy, always a pleasure to read all the fascinating stuff on your site.......
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