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Old 8th October 2011, 11:06 AM   #101
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My wife alway's complains about the speakers. Now with the big 50cm kugelwelle she somehow finds them not that ugly. Although she now complains other wifes find them ugly.
Great job! However if I did the same and put them in our living room I would get a divorce.

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Old 8th October 2011, 11:16 AM   #102
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Another very cool three way floorstander worthy of emulating...
Krypton³ | Amphion
Yes, I like Amphion speakers, but I prefer the smaller ones. I have listened to the Kryptons at audio shows, but I couldn’t say that I was impressed by them. On the other side it’s not fair to judge a speaker based on listening at an audio show.

The Amphions has a special sonic character by using large Waveguides. It would be nice to test something similar e.g. 2x ScanSpeak 18W Revelators with a ScanSpeak tweeter in a large 8” Waveguide crossed somewhere between 1000-1500Hz.

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Old 8th October 2011, 11:27 AM   #103
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Great job! However if I did the same and put them in our living room I would get a divorce.

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She will not do that to her self and have bad hifi after the deforce.
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Old 12th October 2011, 06:56 AM   #104
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I chose the RAAL 70-10, Scan Speak 10F and 2 x Wavecor SW182's.
How do you find the Wavecor drivers?

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I want to give a special “thank you” to “ShinOBIWAN” for sharing his experience with the RAAL ribbons and the ScanSpeak beryllium dome.
Alternative 1:
Tweeter option1 (RAAL): 1x RAAL 140-15D
Tweeter option2 (BE): 1x ScanSpeak D3004/664000
Tweeter option3 (AC): 1x ScanSpeak D3004/660000
http://www.raalribbon.com/download/raal_140-15d.pdf
http://www.scan-speak.dk/datasheet/pdf/d3004-664000.pdf
http://www.scan-speak.dk/datasheet/pdf/d3004-660000.pdf

Mid: 1x ScanSpeak 15M/4531K00
http://www.scan-speak.dk/datasheet/pdf/15m-4531k00.pdf

Woofer (PAPER): 2x ScanSpeak 22W/8851T00
http://www.scan-speak.dk/datasheet/pdf/22w-8851t00.pdf
Any reason why you are not considering Autio Technology like Shinobiwan?
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Old 12th October 2011, 09:43 AM   #105
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How do you find the Wavecor drivers?
I haven't got them running yet, but they certainly look nicely designed and well built.

I chose them based on the measurements here: http://www.wavecor.com/SW182BD01_in_..._Feb._2010.pdf
Also the fact that it models well in my application (Small sealed enclosure) and looks nice
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Old 12th October 2011, 10:46 AM   #106
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Any reason why you are not considering Audio Technology like Shinobiwan?

No, no particular reason besides that I like ScanSpeak drivers and that I wanted to build a reference floor-stander around the 15M/15W mid-woofer.

However, I have a small 2-way project in pipeline for the Audio Technology 15H.


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Old 12th October 2011, 11:55 AM   #107
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No, no particular reason besides that I like ScanSpeak drivers and that I wanted to build a reference floor-stander around the 15M/15W mid-woofer.
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i´d like to do the same but with this driver as midrange

10F/8424G00

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Old 13th October 2011, 08:34 AM   #108
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i´d like to do the same but with this driver as midrange 10F/8424G00
With the limited Xmax and Sd and high Fs you'd need to XO over 250Hz.

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I haven't got them running yet, but they certainly look nicely designed and well built.
I only asked becuase i am considering their SW270 with their passive raditaors for a compact subwoofer.
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Old 13th October 2011, 12:53 PM   #109
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No, no particular reason besides that I like ScanSpeak drivers and that I wanted to build a reference floor-stander around the 15M/15W mid-woofer.

However, I have a small 2-way project in pipeline for the Audio Technology 15H.


/Goran
I would also recommend SS Illuminator with Be tweeter as I have build a 2-way using these drivers.. that Be dome tweeter is amazing, have very good off axis dispersion, excelent imaging, improve midrange performance, while the midbass is excelent producing deep bass full body and extended..

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Btw, why not go for a 4-way sealed design, rather than 3 way with double woofer? It's still on my wish list someday to build a 4 way with SS Be tweeter, Vifa DM75X dome mid, 18W Illuminator and 23W woofer..
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Old 13th October 2011, 02:16 PM   #110
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No, no particular reason besides that I like ScanSpeak drivers and that I wanted to build a reference floor-stander around the 15M/15W mid-woofer.

However, I have a small 2-way project in pipeline for the Audio Technology 15H.


/Goran
It's interesting the way we all have our own ideas of what constitutes a "reference" system. I'd like a super fancy B&C system, but I don't understand my attachment to this brand... It's like the way some people cling to Klipsch, or whomever.
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