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Old 16th April 2005, 02:00 AM   #1
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My design plans and measurements for the Jordan JX92S and Aurum Cantus G2si mini-monitor is now available from the Creative Sound Solutions website at the attached URL.

http://www.creativesound.ca/pdf/JX92SG2siDesignPak.pdf

This is the design that won best of show at the Atlanta DIY Loudspeaker show last fall. Thanks to Bob Reimer for his support with this design.

Let me hear if you build it and like the sound.

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Old 16th April 2005, 05:54 AM   #2
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Yeah, I finally got my pair of Jordans...

Jim, could you please give the cabinet dimensions in mm's...?
I'm not into math with feet or inches...
(We use metric dimensions over here)

Thanks.

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My design plans and measurements for the Jordan JX92S and Aurum Cantus G2si mini-monitor is now available from the Creative Sound Solutions website at the attached URL.
Thanx for another interesting paper Jim.

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[B]Yeah, I finally got my pair of Jordans...

Jim, could you please give the cabinet dimensions in mm's...?
I'm not into math with feet or inches...
divide inches by 25.4 to get mm

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Thanks, Dave.

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I'm not into math with feet or inches...
Greets!

I'm the other way around, so find this little app indispensible:
http://www.joshmadison.com/software/convert/

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I'm the other way around,
Canada switched to the metric system when i was in grade school, so am fairly facile with both

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divide inches by 25.4 to get mm
I would suggest multiplying instead Dave (unless you want some real mini-monitors)!
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I would suggest multiplying instead Dave (unless you want some real mini-monitors)!
guess i should pay more attention when i post so late... you can do it Nuuk's way or divide by 1/25.4

Me i just draw it in whatever units it is in then switch the units in my CAD program so that it displays both.

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Yeah, multiply...

The other way round they would be really "mini"...

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