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Old 23rd November 2010, 01:35 AM   #2
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Yes, very ambitious.

It that really what you want the title to read though? I can change it if you decide.
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Old 23rd November 2010, 01:57 AM   #3
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Mid-bass a la Cobreflex?! ("folded sectoral, wide-angle horn")
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Yes, very ambitious.

It that really what you want the title to read though? I can change it if you decide.
it is still on a drawing board ...
any changes are welcome
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Old 23rd November 2010, 09:28 AM   #5
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Mid-bass a la Cobreflex?! ("folded sectoral, wide-angle horn")
near by that midbass im gonna put 4 tweeters ... ajk-15
the "problem" is that all of the components are "made in China" and I'm not shure about the quality and the power of the sound. There are no parameters for the speakers ... so the measuremets can't be "perfect". I'm afraid about bass level of the cabinet.....
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glad I don't have to carry that box....
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glad I don't have to carry that box....
this is included in the porject
electric chain hoist lifting machine products, buy electric chain hoist lifting machine products from alibaba.com
for now it suppose to be like 60 kg
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now we need help ...
on 60 hz speaker is moaning .. everything around is shaking ... hell is coming on earth
any ideas ?
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Old 24th November 2010, 11:38 PM   #9
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Yes, run.

I had the same problem with a set I recently built and now my house foundation needs work. I don't even want to mention the windows.

Great job!
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thanks Cal .. but I realy have a problem ... the freq of vibration is 60hz ... and everythin around is moving ... i prefer it to to be between 20 and 120 ... for now I'm using 150 bridge KODA and the amp is small for that speaker ... it just turn off. Like the test of hornesp says 60hz gonna be problem. how can i manage this ? any idea ?
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