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Old 14th December 2011, 08:59 PM   #1
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I'm not quite sure if this thread was placed correctly, are completely new to the forum, and is from Norway. and my English is not good. (google translate helps me) so sorry about my spelling errors. and stuff like that. Have applied a lot on google but found nothing.

However, the question is. I wonder build me a pair of Orion speakers. (see picture)
and I hope someone has the working drawings, or something I can work with, are time consuming to just build from pictures.

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hope someone can help me.

my latest project.

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Old 14th December 2011, 09:32 PM   #2
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Old 14th December 2011, 11:31 PM   #3
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Follow the link above...you can buy the complete plans including IP and the all important PCBs for the Orion ASP from SL for an extremely reasonable price.
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Thanks for the links, but I want to build everything from scratch. shell use mahogney wood and MDF. but this helps me a bit.

Outside dimensions: Height 46.25" - Width 13"
Depth 2" at top, 12" at base, 16" at 14" up
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Thanks for the links, but I want to build everything from scratch. shell use mahogney wood and MDF. but this helps me a bit.

Outside dimensions: Height 46.25" - Width 13"
Depth 2" at top, 12" at base, 16" at 14" up
Yes, this is perfectly possible. You can build everything from scratch, including the active crossover. You can buy plans and circuit boards from Linkwitz and build the rest yourself, will find options for that on the Linkwitz site as well

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Contact "coolbiz" in the norwegian forum (Hifisentralen). He has built the Orions, and you also have a nice thread about them over there.
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