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Spiral Shaped Transmission Line Enclosure Project Complete
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Old 21st March 2003, 10:41 PM   #1
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Default Spiral Shaped Transmission Line Enclosure Project Complete

Meet the Seraphim. They are in pupal form, caterpillars. See the following thread for the blow-by-blow (30 pages). http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...threadid=10652

More pictures to follow, including a detailed write-up.

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First, I’ll mention only a few people, but I wanted to do it immediately because I could never have accomplished this without some serious help. Martin King e-mailed with me when I had questions, stupid ones, about his marvelous T-Line Mathcad worksheets. My wife is infinitely patient; for whatever reason, I don’t know. DIYaudio Forum>Loudspeakers was a primary source, including such knowledgeable and helpful persons—patient, too, with my stupid questions—as David Dlugos (Planet10), Peter D. O’Connell (Kelticwizard), Andrew Faust (faustian bargin), Sch3mat1c, Steve and a few others I’m forgetting . In addition, Bob Brines’ website is pretty good.

Thanks a million everyone! If you belong in that list, let me know.
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Here's an rtf file that walks you through the procedure from start to finish, organized better than a 30-page thread.
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Another pic
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And the last one for now.
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Amazing! Thanks for sharing the pics with us.

Do they sing?

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Do they sing?
I'm listening at low levels right now, in a less-than-ideal setup (bedroom, in corners, kinda mounted goofy for the time being)...

They sound better than I let myself believe they could. More listening will bring more critique.

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Dave ,

Those things look real cool
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Old 22nd March 2003, 09:04 AM   #10
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Little coloured snakes!
They have tweeters in the eyes?

The sound is satisfactory or good?

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