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Old 1st July 2010, 09:06 PM   #1
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Default Sonus faber amati !! Diy

My Amati !!


An adventure to built the Sonus Faber Diy .


http://www.hifi-notes.com/sonusfabe...abrikage-nl.htm

:: SONUS FABER ::


Here are some DIY photos of my creation at my apartment in Florida.


materials.

Oak wood
MDF

48" H x 12"-1/4 W (at front) x 21" D .



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sonus faber amati fabrikage-nl

The Amati Clone Project

:: SONUS FABER ::




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2 Morel MDT30S 8 ohms
2 Vifa PL14WJ09 8 ohms
4 Vifa PL22WR09 8 ohms

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Liquid Glass Epoxy Resin

Liquid Glass Epoxy Resin Coating



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Parts

Mold of Oak - Lowe's Home Improvement: Buy Kitchen Cabinets, Paint, Appliances and Flooring

Grill Guides - Small Grill Guides 12 Pair | Parts-Express.com

Glue,Titebond III Ultimate - Lowe's Home Improvement: Buy Kitchen Cabinets, Paint, Appliances and Flooring

Speaker Grill Cloth Fabric Speaker Grill Cloth Fabric Burgundy/Gold Stripe Yard 36" | Parts-Express.com



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Old 1st July 2010, 09:20 PM   #2
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Very nice indeed. I'm guessing there's no Mrs. Juliovideo.
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That's pretty damn impressive! That's definitely the first pair of floorstanding speakers that I've ever heard of being built on a kitchen table in an apartment. They look amazing. You should, however, dump gasoline on the grills and burn them. They don't do the speakers justice.
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Awesome work!
The only thing I might change is the grill cloth to black.
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I like the grill ,it's very vintage look ,and it seems quite sound-transparent ,well ,at least you can see trough it ! Is it synthetic fabric ? The original Sonus Faber I think is made of steel covered with a very thin cloth..very techy.
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Bravo ! Bravo !................................................. ..
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Old 2nd July 2010, 10:17 AM   #10
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I like the grill ,it's very vintage look ,and it seems quite sound-transparent ,well ,at least you can see trough it ! Is it synthetic fabric ? The original Sonus Faber I think is made of steel covered with a very thin cloth..very techy.
thank you everyone!!


........In reality the speakers do not go there, that will look great with my amplifier.



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