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Old 11th July 2005, 03:45 AM   #1
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Default Finished the John Krutke SEAS All Metal System (floorstand version)

Hello all,

I've finally finished John Krutke's SEAS All Metal System, in floorstander guise.

I'm still experimenting to find the optimal room placement and a matching amplifier, but construction details are on my website.

If you are to build this speaker, I think it would be best to stick to the prescribed cabinet dimensions and driver placement. The bass is great considering the small cabinet size, and crossover is optimised for Parts Express' pre-finished 0.5cu ft cabinet.

I will reserve detailed impressions until at least a month of listening.
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