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Old 28th January 2012, 02:57 PM   #2111
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Default 3 way using french loudspeaker

A short description of my system (almost finished) using french brands of loudspeaker : Bass is Atohm D300P04, medium is Davis 16GKLV6M, Tweeter is Audax TW034. Passive crossover with 16GKLV6M/TW034 and active crossover between D300P04 and 16GKLV6M/TW034 via a miniDSP 2x4. Bass is powered with two Hypex 2.0 modules and the medium-tweeter section with a Poppulse T150.
This is my firts multi-amp system and also my first three way system ! What a big sound with all this, "live sound" at home
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Old 4th February 2012, 09:47 PM   #2112
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Here are my ported 2.5-ways using usher 8945p woofers and dayton rs28f tweeters designed by jaykim (despite htguide's beef with him). They are driven by a pa150 lm3886 stereo amplifier (soon to be bpa300 mono blocks) and sourced by a buffalo II. I have at last fulfilled a long time goal of building my own system which was unthinkable a couple years ago (only now can I start focusing on my studies.. haha). These have great bass extension, imaging, and are the last pair of speakers I'll be needing for some time. Perhaps I am biased after investing so much time and effort, but I definitely think they give my brother's merlin tsm system a run for its money.

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Yes, I need some room treatment and a larger listening room.

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Old 6th February 2012, 09:21 PM   #2113
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My horn system

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Bass: BLH Coral clone, Sep 6550
Midrange: 250 Hz tractrix horn JBL LE5-2, Set 300B
HF: Bi-radial horn selenium D220ti, Set 71A

Triamping electronic crossover DBX 234

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Old 10th February 2012, 12:16 AM   #2114
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Latest DIY project:

3 Way Speaker with HiVi M8N bass, HiVi M6N mid and some old tweeters I had lying around!

Currently being powered by an old Marantz PM50.

Getting decent response down to about 30Hz or so.
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Old 10th February 2012, 12:42 AM   #2115
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Latest DIY project:

3 Way Speaker with HiVi M8N bass, HiVi M6N mid and some old tweeters I had lying around!

Currently being powered by an old Marantz PM50.

Getting decent response down to about 30Hz or so.
You built those? Cabinets and everything? Wow thats amazing looking!!

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Old 10th February 2012, 04:38 AM   #2116
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Latest DIY project:

3 Way Speaker with HiVi M8N bass, HiVi M6N mid and some old tweeters I had lying around!

Currently being powered by an old Marantz PM50.

Getting decent response down to about 30Hz or so.
But this is a 3D render, no?
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Old 10th February 2012, 11:31 AM   #2117
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But this is a 3D render, no?
Yeah it's something I did for my a uni project. My photography skills don't really do them justice. I'll put one up too though..
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Old 10th February 2012, 02:22 PM   #2118
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Yeah it's something I did for my a uni project. My photography skills don't really do them justice. I'll put one up too though..
Love the look of the HiVi cones. The craftsmanship really looks top notch
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Old 20th February 2012, 07:37 PM   #2119
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Just finished this weekend.

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Need to build a proper height stand
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Old 20th February 2012, 08:18 PM   #2120
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Gorgeous for now just stick a 2 by 4 under the front to tilt it up. That would be an easy temporary solution
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