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Old 4th October 2006, 02:43 PM   #1
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Default very slow progress

"Blackwood" now has coats of grey undercoat. Baffles are actually oiled and waiting in the spare room to be attached once the cabs are finished.
I still have to add some bracing inside the cabinet once I figure out the best way, but that can be done from the front.
Note, on the back, the hinged section where the x-o will reside. The port and input terminals will be on the bottom section of the back.

http://users.tpg.com.au/users/gradds/blackwood4.jpg

(earlier pic: http://users.tpg.com.au/users/gradds/blackwood3.jpg )
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This design came about because I wanted to use some left-over drivers, and a plank of Tassie Blackwood that I had in the shed.

The drivers used will be MTM, Vifa M11WG + Peerless 811582 (80mm faceplate)
The bass driver will be a 160w Jaycar poly.
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