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|3rd January 2003, 07:48 PM||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Location: Aalborg, Denmark
Proac 3.5 clone
Hi All, and hopefully a good new year !
I'm soon about to start building some DIY speakers, and I'm finding it hard to decide on wether to bulid Proac 2.5 or 3.5.
The 2.5 is well coverd in detail many places on the web, and many have build it.
The 3.5 is poorly described on the french site:
The Drivers i'm pretty sure of beeing correct, but I can defenetly say that the cabinet is not the right proportions - the original beeing more square-like, when seen from the top.
Can anyone validate the suggested internal volume of 45 liters as described - I find it way to little.......
How about the cross-over - any comments on that ?
Finally, has anyone cloned the 3.5, and how was the result ??
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|4th January 2003, 11:05 PM||#2|
Join Date: Jun 2002
I have a mail on my site, it is enough to me asked
this clone of proac 3.5 is quite simply the "previn" of euphonie
a this realization of Daniel emonts (originator of the
loudspeaker http://www.quatuor-music.com/) it is a realization close to the 3.5 but the design of the filter and case is not the same one. the sonority is very near to the 3.5, it is really of a super level
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