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Old 4th September 2008, 10:51 AM   #1511
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menuoption, thats interesting, I'm working on something very similar also for a dorm room (well, bedroom in shared house). See in this thread:

Sub sat system design

How are you finding the sound of those B3Ns?
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Old 4th September 2008, 03:12 PM   #1512
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Couldn't help notice the wonderful Deco design influence evident in your fine vintage drill press. Very cool!

Speakers are nicely done.

thanks it's a classic huh? they really knew how to make some sturdy tools back then.


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menuoption, thats interesting, I'm working on something very similar also for a dorm room (well, bedroom in shared house). See in this thread:

Sub sat system design

How are you finding the sound of those B3Ns?

i left a post on your thread there
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Old 20th September 2008, 01:58 AM   #1513
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Just wanted to introduce my soon to be HT/music system
in my soon to be new home

it is a project " in construction " of course ...

This is an infinite baffle sub wall
based on the front planar wave pattern

will host 16X 15"inchers in the near future


This picture shows the path of the rear port
towars the enclosure ..the garage
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Old 20th September 2008, 02:42 AM   #1514
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this is the finished subwoofer wall

i'll need alot of help from you guys here
to be able to construct and design the rest of the features in this room
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Old 20th September 2008, 12:54 PM   #1515
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your kidding right!?!?!?

you'll be louder than live!!

nice product that block.
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Old 21st September 2008, 12:28 AM   #1516
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this is the finished subwoofer wall

i'll need alot of help from you guys here
to be able to construct and design the rest of the features in this room
Great poject, if your home would not be so far away I would say you should invite me to a paty when the house is finished
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Old 21st September 2008, 12:40 AM   #1517
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My design with Eton ER-4 and Thiel C180-T6-96 and two 12" subwoofer on each side in a "Ripol" configuration.
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Old 21st September 2008, 12:50 AM   #1518
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My design with Eton ER-4 and Thiel C180-T6-96 and two 12" subwoofer on each side in a "Ripol" configuration.
Different, I like it!
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Old 21st September 2008, 02:38 AM   #1519
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Great poject, if your home would not be so far away I would say you should invite me to a paty when the house is finished

Just grab a plane ticket and you're on

nice enlosure between!!


newfinish: je ne veux pas necessairement etre + fort que live ..mais le fais d'avoir la possibilite des moyens est tres interessant pour trouver le "volume" desire pour chaque situation

also that i had a certain wall area to cover using the woofers and i wanted to stay on the planar wave design,
so i had to cover the wall to a certain extent ..

imagine, i even seriously thought about having the complete front wall move in and out by using 30-50 motors pushing a CF frame/mylar surface
...just didn't have time to built that one
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Old 21st September 2008, 03:49 AM   #1520
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Just grab a plane ticket and you're on

nice enlosure between!!


newfinish: je ne veux pas necessairement etre + fort que live ..mais le fais d'avoir la possibilite des moyens est tres interessant pour trouver le "volume" desire pour chaque situation

also that i had a certain wall area to cover using the woofers and i wanted to stay on the planar wave design,
so i had to cover the wall to a certain extent ..

imagine, i even seriously thought about having the complete front wall move in and out by using 30-50 motors pushing a CF frame/mylar surface
...just didn't have time to built that one
ouin adire avais fais quelque chose de semblable tu pouvais deplacer un feuille plywood de 4'x4' aisement.
non je comprend moins ca force mieux c'est.jai quelqun qui as mis 8 REL 12" le long du mur en arriere de ces boites pour resentir l'effet de l'orgue....

mais au fais tu es de montreal?
je suis de le gardeur
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