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Old 22nd April 2010, 02:36 AM   #11
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Default How do the oval Tang-Band's compare to the B139's?

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Are B139's or such type woofers still available ?
This might be heresy to some, but I was wondering if anyone can share DIY experience of the various race-track format woofers and subwoofers made by Tang Band?

Here is a link to one of them:
www.tb-speaker.com/detail/1208_03/w8q-1071f.htm

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Old 22nd April 2010, 03:41 PM   #12
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This might be heresy to some, but I was wondering if anyone can share DIY experience of the various race-track format woofers and subwoofers made by Tang Band?
Heresy? Lol How could it be when that driver will out perform the Kef driver.

From the specs it will require a slightly smaller enclosure but will still reproduce to about 30Hz f3. It'll handle a rather lot more power & it might just be 1Db W/M less sensitive. The Xmax is definately more, though i'm not sure if that which was quoted is peak or pk - pk. If it's peak then it'll vastly out perform the Kef driver
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Hello i have 4 kef b139 and 4 kef b110 speakers.I want to make separate enclosures for this drivers.I like big enclosures and very low bass.What do you suggest?
Hi Galop

If you like big enclosures, you are going to luv these.

The speakers are transmission lines that I built many years ago, and they use the KEF B139 / 110 / T27 and Celestion super tweeter.

Here are the dimensional layouts and the crossover details if you are interested.

With external dimension of 1400mm tall, 500mm wide and 640mm deep, this is one big bugger.

If you want any further details, please let me know. I have the full construction plans and original articles.

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I was collecting B-139's to clone the TDL reference
If you like big boxes thse may be what you want

The TDL Reference Standard

http://digilander.libero.it/piani/tdl_electronics.htm
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Hi Galop

If you like big enclosures, you are going to luv these.

The speakers are transmission lines that I built many years ago, and they use the KEF B139 / 110 / T27 and Celestion super tweeter.

Here are the dimensional layouts and the crossover details if you are interested.

With external dimension of 1400mm tall, 500mm wide and 640mm deep, this is one big bugger.

If you want any further details, please let me know. I have the full construction plans and original articles.

Regards

George.
hello, I wonder if you ever got my previous message, I am interested in what you have to share for a diy project out of b139b's and b110's along with t27...thank you in advance for your time
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