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Gasho 15th November 2004 12:28 PM

My Seas based TL beauty
 
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This is my last project. I used Seas W171 EX-P mid/bass and Excel T 25 001 tweeter . This duo have veri fast , transparent and musical sound. The bass unit is installed in TL enclosure with some tweaks inside. The crossover lies in top enclosure behind a tweeter , and is 6db/okt design tuned on different crossover points (2000Hz for mid/bass and 4000Hz for tweeter) so they acousticaly supplement one another in this region. Components are of highest quality , Hovland caps, Dale power resistors, Tritec litz wire inductors.

Gasho 15th November 2004 12:31 PM

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This is milled interier of TL cabinet , to prevent any midrange reflections.

Bricolo 15th November 2004 12:36 PM

Nice cabinets, interesting work for the reflections
I assume this isn't hand made :D

Can you explain how you calculated the crossover?

Gasho 15th November 2004 12:53 PM

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It is all hand made with milling machine. Crossover points? Well thik about it. :D :smash:

Eccu 15th November 2004 01:08 PM

Nice. I have used also those tweeters. I just love them

planet10 15th November 2004 02:22 PM

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Originally posted by Gasho
This is milled interier of TL cabinet
How deep is the milling... from the picture they only look large enuff to handle stuff coming off the tweeter (they would have other benefits than midrange reflections thou)

dave

wigginjs 15th November 2004 03:03 PM

This is pretty impressive work. Can I ask how you got access to the CNC mill and paintbooth?

ermes 15th November 2004 03:39 PM

it looks and sound good!!
would be nice to have the plans,may be possible?
bye

Gasho 15th November 2004 09:31 PM

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Originally posted by m0tion
This is pretty impressive work. Can I ask how you got access to the CNC mill and paintbooth?
There was no CNC machine, only this milling machine (wery good one ) and my hands and patience. I let the professionals do the paint yob. There is six layers of Stainway piano lacquer , an last one is hand polished. It is yob of some three weeks.

Gasho 15th November 2004 09:44 PM

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Originally posted by ermes
it looks and sound good!!
would be nice to have the plans,may be possible?
bye

Well the only plans i made were on paper in 1:1 measure. The rest is in my head:headbash:


This is my milling machine for woodwork.


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