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Old 10th September 2003, 07:46 AM   #1
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Hello,

does somebody have the TAD 2401 enclosure plans ? I will try to build some with jbl 2231 and I try to have the original enclosure specifications.

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Pascal.
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Old 10th September 2003, 12:03 PM   #2
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If you're going to use different woofs, just design the box to suit them. The rest is just the 4001 and flare.
 
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The rest is just the 4001 and flare.
i believe the flare is the hard part - if you diy.....? $$$
 
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Hi,

I think it will be a good thing to have full original plans for an inspiration, and it's why I search informations.

Thanks.

Pascal.
 
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i believe the flare is the hard part - if you diy.....? $$$
Not really hard, nor expensive. I've made similar flares for little money.

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I think it will be a good thing to have full original plans for an inspiration, and it's why I search informations.
Pascal, you're not likely to get a set of TAD plans anywhere, but it's just a ported box. Decide on your alignment and build it.
 
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Default Augspurger variations?

Have you considered or looked at the George Augspurger variation on this design. I havent found much information on it myself. It seems to be used in a lot of recording studio applications. The most noticeable exterior difference Ive noticed is how he does the baffles. Sorry, but I cant find so much as a picture.

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In case someone sends me detailed plans of these TAD wood horns im going to build them. As a reference for my woodworking look here:
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...6329#post96329
 
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Till,
Can U double check the link?
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What was this?

thanks dave, corrected it.

TAD 2401: in case im rich one day i will buy something like that. Before starting to build my one speakers i seriosly thought about them.
 
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TAD 2401: in case im rich one day i will buy something like that. Before starting to build my one speakers i seriosly thought about them.
But if financial resources were not a limiting factor, for time materials tools and test equipment, would you rather not build your own?
 

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