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Alex helge 7th April 2004 10:40 PM

Ess Gas Tower 1.3
 
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The new ESS - GAS TOWER 1.3
Best ragards Alex

jleaman 7th April 2004 10:52 PM

are mine done yet.. id like a set now too Free of course..


CONGRATS those look really nice..!!

BTW 9th April 2004 01:07 PM

ESS tweeter
 
Hi Alex,

Very nice indeed. Is that the new ESS tweeter and how does it sound? I recently heard an old vintage AMT 1 tweeter and it blew me away. :D

Rocky 9th April 2004 03:27 PM

Impressive craftsmanship, superb design. All midbass drivers are in parallel to boost sensitivity, right? I bet that array can deliver some serious bass despite the small diameter drivers. How about baffle diffractions from the tweeter? Any sign of it? Just a pure horn loading effect?

Timn8ter 9th April 2004 05:25 PM

That is so COOL! :cool:
Now that you got us excited you need to give us details. Vented, sealed, chambered, baffled, etc., etc..

jewilson 9th April 2004 05:57 PM

Alex,

Great job, what kind of veener are you using.. very nice..:)

Tell us some of the detail of you cabinet, speaker crossover design.

BAM 9th April 2004 06:30 PM

How did you get that color onto the speaker cones? Did you have them custom anodized or something?

454Casull 9th April 2004 07:06 PM

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Originally posted by BAM
How did you get that color onto the speaker cones? Did you have them custom anodized or something?
They they're SEAS drivers?

Rocky 9th April 2004 07:14 PM

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Originally posted by 454Casull

They they're SEAS drivers?

The seas drivers have 6 mounting holes... I'd guess for Jordan drivers maybe?

ingvar ahlberg 9th April 2004 09:04 PM

Nice!!
You cant beat the AMT, do You have it open behind the amt or is it a closed vedge to reflect the rear wave forward/sideways?
Bass/mids look like Gas 6 1/2 car units?. What x-over frequency?


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