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Old 30th March 2013, 02:08 PM   #2281
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Check out these 2 DIY speakers.
They look like Avalon speakers and use Eton drivers.
The cabinets are really impressive

On the first speakers, scroll to the middle of the page to see the speakers.
http://www.speaker-building.net/Maga...36,de,90898,64

http://www.speaker-building.net/Maga...de,900693,2911

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Old 31st March 2013, 11:02 PM   #2282
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Default Peerless HDS Excusive system.

Active system. 4th order Bessell. Crossover points
40, 150, 450, 1.4 kHz.
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Old 1st April 2013, 12:11 AM   #2283
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Active system. 4th order Bessell. Crossover points
40, 150, 450, 1.4 kHz.
Why Bessell? I found linkwitz-Riley better than Butterworth for a two way I made.
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Old 1st April 2013, 01:12 AM   #2284
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Why Bessell? I found linkwitz-Riley better than Butterworth for a two way I made.
I used 4th order LR filter for about a year until I tried the Bessell on the advice of an Australian DIY'er. I'm having a way easier time getting a flat response out of my system for one(Why this is, I'm not quiet sure). Another thing I noticed is that imaging specificity is a lot better, the system is more musical sounding(???), and there is less aural fatigue. I never would have thought about trying it if it wasn't for that Aussie. OI! OI! OI!
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I used 4th order LR filter for about a year until I tried the Bessell on the advice of an Australian DIY'er. I'm having a way easier time getting a flat response out of my system for one(Why this is, I'm not quiet sure). Another thing I noticed is that imaging specificity is a lot better, the system is more musical sounding(???), and there is less aural fatigue. I never would have thought about trying it if it wasn't for that Aussie. OI! OI! OI!
I found the butterworth lumpy handing off the the woofer to the tweeter on my two way. It just didn't sound right. When I switched to the LR at the 3KHz Xover it all just fell together with no further adjustment needed. I didn't try the Bessell. I understand it is a better Xover for transients.
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Old 1st April 2013, 08:42 PM   #2286
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Default Nice 3 way DIY speakers.

3 way DIY speakers that use 11 inch Eton woofer, Scanspeak 7 inch Carbon fiber mid and Scanspeak Revelator speaker in black gloss speaker cabinet.

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Old 6th April 2013, 10:34 AM   #2287
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My new Visaton Atlantis.
Cut-off frequency 450/3500 Hz
Weight of 1 box is 35kg
dimensions w/d/h 26/50/121
The sound is amazing !
Video, but not the best quality: DIY Atlantis - YouTube
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Old 6th April 2013, 12:27 PM   #2288
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badzso... why don't you try attaching your pictures directly to the site

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Old 6th April 2013, 09:31 PM   #2289
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Thank you Mooly
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Old 10th April 2013, 09:02 AM   #2290
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Hi Opus,
I was wondering the price range of those PHL speakers. I might be looking for some 15 or 18" in the future...
Their products look gorgeous.
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