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Old 2nd May 2006, 03:05 PM   #991
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the power center
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Old 10th May 2006, 08:56 PM   #992
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of the rack..
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Old 14th May 2006, 03:26 PM   #993
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In the spirit of sharing & partly cause I feel guilty about hardly ever posting I have taken some pictures of my system.

It's now starting to become more DIY items that bought items. Like some others here I have a wife so WAF is always an issue so my system is in a rustic looking cabinet that the wife likes.

Buying this allowed me to negotiate to have the TT on top as a compromise. The base for the TT is made from a upside down dinner tray and has leveling adjustment. The TT is a Pro-Ject Debut II with a modified Rega RB250 Arm and a 20mm glass plater. CD player is a marantz CD94 with the OS disabled (Fantastic Mod). The power amp has 4 channels each with there own rectifiers and PSU caps (hopefull increased to 6 soon) The whole lot powered by 2 350 VA transformers. The Power conditioner is a Aluminium Belkin AV6 it which is a bargin at £30.

My current speakers are Mission 773e which you will see are not really in a optimum position. However the arm chairs and the TV cabinet are going soon and will be replaced by a wall mounted LCD screen.

When this happens there will be room for my speakers which I'm currently building (See last pic).

These are 3 way, closed box (approx 100L), fully active (hence the power amp soon to be 6 channel). All drivers are Seas units, Tweeters 25TNF, Mids MP14RC with home made phase plugs, Woofers P25REXDD which go down to 42Hz in a closed box. These will also have phase plugs soon.

Initial listening tests seem pretty good but the room they're in is too small and the FR is all other the place.

The insides are lined with expanding foam and the whole cabinet is covered in layers of roofing felt and then PVA covered canvas. The baffle has 3 layers of soft fleece material. When I finally find some they will be covered in leather look vinyl.

So far they have taken nearly 2 years on and off. It took a whole summer just to make the cabinets. They have tapered back and sides and the sides are curved. This was done using laminations of 3mm hardboard with PVA glue between layers.

I need to get these down stairs into the larger room for a better test but now I have put the drivers in I can't carry them downstairs (any offers?).
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Old 14th May 2006, 03:27 PM   #994
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Old 14th May 2006, 03:33 PM   #995
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This was supposed to be the 2nd pic but went AWOL
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Old 17th May 2006, 11:15 AM   #996
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My Blue Bird loudspeaker MTMW diy.

The drivers are Focal :

TC120TD5
6V4211 *2
10V6412
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Old 17th May 2006, 11:20 AM   #997
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Sure looks pretty to me!
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Old 17th May 2006, 06:26 PM   #998
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Hey guys I am new here so hello. Here is my first project, they are the 4 inch bamboo drivers from Tang Band. There are 8 per side running full range in an open baffle. They will be going into a ported cabinet very soon, I just wanted to see how they sounded. Let me what you guys think. Oh yeah and they are being powered by a Yamaha RX-V3200 and I usually listen to records on my Sony PS-LX55 turntable with a Shure cartridge.

Saab man Dan
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Old 17th May 2006, 06:26 PM   #999
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Old 17th May 2006, 06:26 PM   #1000
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And another, how do I post more than one pic per post for future reference?
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