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Old 24th February 2007, 05:00 AM   #1
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Dual Dayton RS225s, RS52 mid dome, and Vifa XT25. Dressed in black glossy formica and red oak wood panels. No xo yet, work still in progress. Thanks for looking!

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Old 24th February 2007, 09:36 AM   #2
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Nice work!

You want to turn your router speed down though to avoid the burns on the oak.
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Phantasmic!!

Is that the XT-19 tweet? What XO, rolloff do you plan to implement?
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Very impressive!
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You want to turn your router speed down though to avoid the burns on the oak.
Thanks Al, I tried different speeds and always end up with the same problem. May be I'm just not going fast enough, but oak splinters if I route too fast. The burn marks disappear with sanding though.

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Is that the XT-19 tweet? What XO, rolloff do you plan to implement?
Hi Shaun, I haven't decided on the final xo points yet, but initially, it's going to be approximately 700/3,400, and at least a 4th order slope. We'll see how they measure out. Thanks.
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Great looking speakers! Do you have any shots during construction? What is the internal layout like? And to think, you built the whole thing with one clamp.
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Old 24th February 2007, 05:25 PM   #9
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Thanks Patrick. Yes, only one clamp was used. Release the clamp and the whole thing falls apart! The construction documentation is here:

http://soundhobby.com/sonaria.htm
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That is a great looking speaker
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