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Old 22nd July 2003, 12:45 AM   #1
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Where can I get some of these fab speakers, man?
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Where to buy J 92s in Europe?
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Hey Dave,
When are you making a bipole (push push) mini tower transmission line from these? With built in baffle step correction, more efficient, excellant SAF since the baffles could be really narrow. In fact we should call them:
The SAF 8.0 (there's always room for improvement)

You know why I'm thinking about SAF at the moment
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http://www.spectrumaudio.de/breit/jordanJX92S.html
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When are you making a bipole (push push) mini tower transmission line from these? With built in baffle step correction, more efficient, excellant SAF since the baffles could be really narrow. In fact we should call them:
The SAF 8.0 (there's always room for improvement)
I'd love too, but that's a big chunk of drivers for me. Anyone want to send me 4 JX92 out of the goodness of their hearts?

No, i'll just have to live with FE103As, althou my famous maker TBs in their plexiglass baffle are sounding pretty promising.

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ok another mad idea....

take 1 JX92 on the front baffle. take 1-4 JX 92 in series on rear baffle. the reason I say series is that this keeps sens. the same.

connect them together via some bolting arranegment.

the speaker has no sides. just a front and rear baffle (and top and bottom) so now we get a push push open back bipole. does this make any sense.

once this is done we add a bottom that consits of 2 lambda 15 in bipole config. this had been discussed elsewhere.

ampification: SE for top end, Pass for sub.

too nuts?
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