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Old 7th July 2008, 09:11 PM   #1
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Default Help me with SONUS FABER AMATI clone

Hi, I am Sasha from Croatia,Split. I'm trying to clone Sonus Faber Amati Anniversary Edition speaker. I will need all kind of help,especially about enclosure drawings (inside and outside ) and crossover scheme. Has anyone cloned it? If so,I would like to see some pictures,my mail is skatavic@gmail.com or sasa.katavic@st.t-com.hr
I gather some information about that speaker by myself,but I will need help of someone who is more experienced.
However thank you.
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Old 8th July 2008, 03:02 AM   #2
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I have already seen that link and I sent email to author but he haven't built Amati clone,he just made that scatches and assumed which drivers took place in SF Amati.
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What is your real goal? Have you heard these speakers? Or do you like the look of the cabinets? A true "clone" can be hard to do without all the right information, and unnecessary - the drivers are usually available on the open market - it is then a matter of proper enclosure and crossover design, which can be done with software, and a little (a lot, really) experience.

Persuing a clone can be frustrating - you'd be better off looking at the numerous established designs already available. If you want to use ScanSpeak drivers, take a look at this:

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

Also look at Troels Gravesson's site - great ScanSpeak designs there too.

If you want to clone the cabinet you will need the services of a highly skilled woodworker - be prepared to pay. Perhaps instead of saying you want to clone a particular commercial design, try saying you want to create a particular quality of sound - the possibilities open to you then will be numerous.
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