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Old 1st August 2006, 08:00 PM   #1
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Default My 1st time veneering...

Well..I ordered some Quilted Koa and took the plung...Using the wood glue/hot iron techique ..it was real easy and didn't have any problems..I still need to skim over the front and back with 300 and finish the other cabinet and then they are off to paint and poly for the midbass cabinet...

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i like the design a lot. looks great.
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a tad weird looking, especially the part behind the tweeter
but good job on the veneering
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That's the whole idea...to give a strong contrast in shape with the hard edged midbass box and the organic midrange/tweeter pod...the pod along with the base will either be painted a piano black or black cherry...and the hole thing is modular...
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i like the design a lot. looks great.


Thanks!!!!
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Yea love the design! What kind of tweeter is that you're using ?
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I concur, It's cool looking. Why spend so much time on something that ends up boring?
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Yea love the design! What kind of tweeter is that you're using ?


Thanks!!!

It's a Ring Rev....I used a car audio component set to mock up the loudspeaker and will be using OEM scan 4 and 7 "instead of the ones pictured above" but will continue to use the tweeter pictured....
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They're great! They look like Mugwumps...

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102511/

My speakers look _so_ boring by comparison
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