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ceebmoj 17th November 2008 05:02 PM

b&w nautilus inspired speakers
b&w nautilus inspired,

hi, does any boy know any more about this project i.e. what speakers/ volumes are used for each of the chambers, or have links to sight where any one has build a similar look and feel speaker?


jacco vermeulen 17th November 2008 06:24 PM

Scan Speak R2904-700000, Seas Excel W18EX001 + W26FX-001

sdclc126 17th November 2008 06:29 PM

The tweeter is the ScanSpeak R2904/7000-00; the mid and bass drivers are in the SEAS Excel magnesium line, but I'm not certain which models - the bass may be the W26FX-001 10" unit.

Too bad they didn't describe their crossover - at least I didn't see that but then I don't speak the language.

This would be a huge and costly project, as the website suggests - if you want the same look you're in for the same kind of work; if you just want the same kind of sound use the same drivers in a conventional cabinet and save yourself a lot of time and some money.

You will still need to design a crossover - read up at

There are a lot of high end 3-way designs at: and

sdclc126 17th November 2008 06:31 PM

jacco beat me to the driver ID - at least I got two out of three.

jacco vermeulen 17th November 2008 06:32 PM

Yeah, but i read the thread about the Odisea. :D

ceebmoj 17th November 2008 07:07 PM

hi thanks for the tips id-ing the speakers. I know how much work is involved with the speaker enclosures as I have just finished custom building a buck for Lola can am replica.


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