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Old 21st July 2003, 12:51 PM   #1
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Talking jbl 2226h built :^)

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http://homepages.paradise.net.nz/quadroph

175Litres 33hz Fb

damping material -needed
rubber gasket-needed

at the moment lots of air puffs out around the woofer :-S
the rubber strip should fix that.

running of 30watts, wil have 60-which if proved stable(eti 480) will be bridged to 150watts.

it models up to 300watts rms within xmax :-D

meanwhile designing basshorn for my mate..
108db/2.83v shiva?

basshorn
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Old 21st July 2003, 01:06 PM   #2
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looks nice but:

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at the moment lots of air puffs out around the woofer :-S
=> 8 screws instead of four: -needed !!!

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Old 21st July 2003, 01:09 PM   #3
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looks nice but:



=> 8 screws instead of four: -needed !!!

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Hi Charles,

Sorry for the interuption. I've been trying to contact you. Please email me.

Thanks,

Mike,

Great job on your sub.
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Old 21st July 2003, 01:17 PM   #4
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yeh i know i ran out

im getting some more later..you wouldnt beleive how hard it is to find some decent screws for mounting a speaker!

nice webcam quality pics lol,camera scans later :-D




did you know i could actualy fit a surprising amount of my body inside the speaker cut out while glueing the top of the port some more :-P


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BTW Behringer bass processor that you wanna buy is a very nice thing
Does wonders in da club especially on some techno tracks.

What is that thing on your home page???
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Old 21st July 2003, 03:18 PM   #6
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Nice box - keep up the good work.

eti480 amp - reasonable for a simple amp, but would not trust them bridged. With a few modifications and a bit extra voltage supplied, these amps will run quite well at around 150W - let me know if you want more details.

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If I could suggest, flush-mounting the driver makes a huge difference, also if you put the driver *inside* the box to screw it in, rather than outside, it will help the box farting alot.

Looks good! I wanna build some like that.
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Old 22nd July 2003, 01:21 AM   #8
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What is that thing on your home page???
which thing :P

the super huge woofer?

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eti480 amp - reasonable for a simple amp, but would not trust them bridged. With a few modifications and a bit extra voltage supplied, these amps will run quite well at around 150W - let me know if you want more details
yes please email me-i may go for a jayacar 350 watt amp instead or 250watt. i have 300va transformer 28-0-28


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flush mounting good idea although the wood is only 18mm mdf,andi dont have router they cost HEAPS to rent for a day!!!!

i cant mount it from inside the box unless now i put a baffle on the front

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Old 22nd July 2003, 11:54 AM   #9
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Email sent re: eti 480 mods

Regards router - all you really need is a small trimmer router. They are fairly cheap and Makita & Royobi make quite good ones. They are also easier to hold & use than full size router - you will be amazed how often you will use it !

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Old 23rd July 2003, 10:49 AM   #10
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8 screws mount the jbl now

put some of this sealant strip for doors <rubber> against frame and cut out.seems much more better.i still dont trust,excursion is higher than i thought it would be.

impedence curve measurement>speakerworkshop wudnt do it>

silicon sealant soon,seal everything,and paint,then

Power and RS SPL meter...

the spl in port is high and nice! :P
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