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Old 14th May 2010, 05:39 PM   #971
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..... I'll take the drawings and have them converted so that the parts can be CNC'd..... and the parts would be shipped in a flat pack.
Hmm, and what would you ballpark the cost for a pair to be?
What might the shipping weight be, I'd like to calc the shipping
cost to Buffalo.
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Ballpark?
Way to *******' high.
The drivers are expensive enough on their own, not to mention the crossover network. (for us passive folks)

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Ballpark?
Way to *******' high.
....... Ron
I don't get it.
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Old 15th May 2010, 03:55 PM   #974
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The Thor cabinets from Madisound are a bit under $300 each -- the components are $1,500 for a pair!
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Old 16th May 2010, 05:04 AM   #975
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Jack,
Exactly, at $600 per pair! That buys a lot of Baltic Birch plywood.

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Old 16th May 2010, 06:13 PM   #976
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Ballpark?
Way to *******' high.
The drivers are expensive enough on their own, not to mention the crossover network. (for us passive folks) Ron
Oh! "Way too EXPLITIVE high."

I think the "to" threw me off.

Yes, $600 scoots would buy alot of material.
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Oh! "Way too EXPLITIVE high."

I think the "to" threw me off.

Yes, $600 scoots would buy alot of material.
Yes, you are correct. I apologize for not adding the correct amount of "O's".
No sarcasm intended, it is one of my pet peeves too. Got it right that time! LOL.
Thanks for catching that.

I thought "Scoots" were the people who lived in Scotland?

BTW; Alot is not a word, it's a lot.
Unless it's a proper noun like Alota Fagina from Austin Powers fame. ROTFLMAO
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Just a quick follow up on my stuffing adventures.
I tried to stuff the fat Thors with the recommended amount (0.75lbs per ft3) and it is sounding very good. No resonances but still a very deep and tunefull bass, so much detail...

I'm now finishing the cabinets... I'll have to wait until I can really appreciate them. If they turn out good, I'll post some pics...
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I'm now finishing the cabinets... I'll have to wait until I can really appreciate them. If they turn out good, I'll post some pics...
No, the rule is that you have to show us pics without regard to the aesthetic result
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