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Old 19th August 2008, 06:43 AM   #1
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Default Introducing "Mork" : part 1

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This is the first of 2 small sats using the Peerless 5" nomex and the Vifa D26NC. I still have to make the second one, then make the speaker flushing cutout, which will be 3 or 4 mm mdf. I can take my time with them, and only attach them once I'm happy with them.

The Sats will then have some stands made, (yet to design), and will be run from a "Daddy Mork" containing a Vifa M30WO, the amplifiers, a small cd player (car cd perhaps, and inputs for an iPod, extra RCA etc etc.
Amps will be 22w a side for the sats using a WES amp module (which has sub out) and I need to find a module to run the bass.

A fun little project
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I reckon the matching sub should be "Mork" and the satellites could be "Mindys"

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Nice work Andy.
Just trying to figure how how you're doing this. Wouldn't it have been easier to cut out the internals before gluing them together?
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Nice work Andy.
Just trying to figure how how you're doing this. Wouldn't it have been easier to cut out the internals before gluing them together?
I have.
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Looking forward to seeing these progress.

I like curved speakers
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