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Old 29th January 2007, 02:30 PM   #1
fin1bxn is offline fin1bxn  United States
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Default Building the Karlson K12 Need advice

My EV SP12B should be here by the weekend and I decided to build the K12. I'm going with the plans from Karlson Home page web site
http://home.planet.nl/~ulfman/
I have some questions about the top sloted pannel.
1)In the plans they say 3 slots - about 3/4" - 3/4" apart. Is that Ok or do you have any recomendations.
2)They show that SLot pannel 90 degrees straight up, but on other plans they show it angled foward about 15 degrees. Any sudgestions?
3)Should I use any absorbtion material?and where?
4) the base, I was thinking a simple 3" risor no angle

I'm going to use 3/4" 7 layer birch plywood - No grill cloth..
Thanks
Bob
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