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Old 23rd March 2013, 08:07 AM   #2271
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Any info or buildthread on these Aircirc? They look great!
Yes, but it's an exterior site,I don't know if I'm alowed to post links with other sites,if yes ,you'll have it, but i have another thread here with my new build , in the multiway speakers section you can find it under the name Imus
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Old 23rd March 2013, 08:38 AM   #2272
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Any info or buildthread on these Aircirc? They look great!
Indeed they look really good! They're huge, but the dimensions almost suggest that its an oversized bookshelf speaker, looks really cool

I'm sure that its ok to link to another site :P gogo!
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Old 23rd March 2013, 01:54 PM   #2273
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Default These are really nice DIY speakers.

They use the Eton 12 inch woofer, Scanspeak Carbon Fiber mid and the expensive Focal TLR Tweeter. The cabinet is really nice.
Here's pics.

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Old 24th March 2013, 06:25 AM   #2274
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These are the best DIY speakers i'v seen.
DIY Loudspeakers, Accuton Drivers, Digital (DSP) Active Crossover - YouTube
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Old 24th March 2013, 08:49 AM   #2275
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^^ beautiful workmanship on the construction. But putting wide dispersion speakers so close to the wall in a bare untreated room is pretty pointless.
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Old 25th March 2013, 02:16 AM   #2276
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thats what counts house should be the best sounding
big ones kill your ears quicker anyway
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Old 25th March 2013, 10:39 AM   #2277
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Hsmeets:

Those are some really nice looking speakers! What is the overall height, width and depth of the speaker boxes? Curious about the enclosure volume as well.

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Old 26th March 2013, 07:55 AM   #2278
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Hsmeets:

Those are some really nice looking speakers! What is the overall height, width and depth of the speaker boxes? Curious about the enclosure volume as well.

The cabinet is approx (metric)
35cm tall
30cm deep
24cm wide (at the widest point)

Total hight with stand is approx 110cm.

The volume of the cabinet is about 8 Liters

Beware: The 6.5" Seas driver that I used exists in 2 version, this is the one with the bigger magnet.
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Old 28th March 2013, 11:27 AM   #2279
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My new diy.
Scan Speak D2905-970000
Scan Speak Illuminator 18WU-8741T00
SS Illuminator - dolphin123 audio

and STX speakers..
http://www.audio.lutuje.se/?2.2-i-3way-awx-mb,33

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Old 30th March 2013, 11:32 AM   #2280
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Default New 3-way multi-system has been completed.

[Specification]
Over 5.4kHz:FOSTEX T925
From 370Hz to 5.4kHz:JBL LE35 to the Coral AH500 horn.
Up to 560Hz:Installed the JBL 2215A to the 500 Liters sealed box.
Level of the JBL 2215A is decreased from about 400Hz. Therefore, high cut frequency has to 560Hz, instead of 370Hz.
In addition, when set to 8dB boost at 40Hz turnover frequency, play beyond the frequencies below 20Hz.

[Quality]
Can hear very delicate and realistic sound. Can feel the signs of a performer. Instruments and voices can feel in the floating on a nothing field of vacuum space.
Because of the size and business constraints, low frequency of most commercially available speakers feel unnatural. (for exaggerated of low frequency resonance)
However, like this time, in the case of a flat frequency response, because not self-assertion, feel not unnatural. (do not feel the presence of the bass rather)

[Photo1]
Original channel divider (24dB/oct) and main amplifiers (Lux A501)
Internal channel divider
Appearance of the speaker
Overall frequency response (distance is 60cm)

[Photo2] (distance is 20cm all)
Bass of frequency response of the original
Bass of frequency response corrected by low boost
Midrange of frequency response
Treble of frequency response
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