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Old 29th August 2011, 05:21 PM   #111
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additional data on the 12br100 from "Klang und Ton" a recommended diy loudspeaker magazine. Very good controlled THD with low third harmonic even at 100dB.
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Beyma Speakers - Beyma 12B100R speaker - Beyma 12B100R 300 watt 12" woofer for all hi-fi and studio monitor bass speakers. Beyma 12B100R and other Beyma 12" speakers here.
xd125 padded down I would dare to cross it at 1,5kHz with the beyma 12br100 when you want to go save third order.
Horn Tweeter Eighteen 18Sound XD125 1" With Driver
Like I already thought total under 300dollar great stuff bottomprice.

Strange the fatialpro HF144 is even cheaper as the HF140 it is here the more expensive and better one.Faital Pro HF144 - Faital Pro HF144 1.4" neodymium high frequency compression driver with a ketone polymer diaphragm. Faital Pro HF144 HF drivers available here at US Speaker.
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Old 29th August 2011, 05:47 PM   #112
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Do not forget great bargains of eminence most of them have great TS-data for good bastuning.

Here Kappalite-3015LF 97dB/1Wmtr (big enclosure) and the beyma 12br100 94dB1wmtr.
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Old 29th August 2011, 05:51 PM   #113
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Thanks Helmuth! Give me some time to digest all of this information you presented. I do have to work!!!
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Old 29th August 2011, 05:59 PM   #114
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Thanks Helmuth! Give me some time to digest all of this information you presented. I do have to work!!!
I had a day off today and a lot of energy left
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Old 19th September 2011, 11:13 AM   #115
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Default Inductor.

I am thinking of replaceing the 2.5mH 2mm air core inductor for a 2.5mH 1.2mm idnuctor with non ferrite core JANTZEN-2005 - Jantzen Wire non-ferrite cored coil 2,500mH 0,268Ohm 1,20mm - Europe Audio
Will this work good? I think the air core one is a bit expensive and have heard some good things about this type of inductor and they are cheaper.
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Old 26th September 2011, 11:59 AM   #116
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Have ordered my filter components and have all tools necessary for building. I will use AUDYN-CAP plus capacitors and one Jantzen Standard for the 33uF. Next step is learning to use a router without cutting my fingers off .
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Old 26th September 2011, 01:08 PM   #117
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Love my HDS...Pic attched.

Morel tweters are great, the Vifa supplied with the HDS will give them a run for their money.



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Nowhere. I have the Leap crossover schematic data, I must measure the cabinet dimensions when I will visit my friend's place really soon and I will post here.
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Old 28th September 2011, 07:48 PM   #118
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Default Crossover placement?

It is not going very fast, but I am expecting my crossover parts soon and will build the cabinet for Salas 2-way speaker. Where do I place the crossover in the box? Does it matter? I am considering either at the bottom or the back panel close to terminals. Or is it even better to have it outside the box to keep it cool?
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Old 28th September 2011, 09:04 PM   #119
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That specific one does not dissipate much so to be a factor. But better outside so it can be tweakable to your liking, at least until you know it fits your acoustics and preference. Then you can move it inside at backpanel near to terminals. Its Salas assisted Mikvous speaker BTW.
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Old 28th September 2011, 09:25 PM   #120
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Yes, Salas assisted Mikvous it should read, sorry about that. I will use the crossover outside the cabinet at first, checking I have done everything right and also the drivers may sound different after some playing. I read somewhere it is good to keep the crossover cool to avoid it changing, but I do not know how critical it is, probably it will be ok inside the box since that is the usual way to place it.
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