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Old 30th March 2010, 03:43 PM   #932
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buying direct from thailand is i think not the best option since there is already an existing philippine distributor- Music Box II. but they only give a standard discount rate so i just order from the manila dealers to save gas, time and toll fees
hindi biro ang PA sir! magastos, pero masaya. (engaging in PA is a daunting hobby coz it comes with great price, but it definitely satiates our longing for happiness) i think i got overly emotional there.

kidding aside, and thinking seriously about it, DIYers can overcome this obstacle by uniting and forming an alliance that is pro DIYers, that is not primarily profit oriented (at least in the stage of acquiring of gears). for example, a forum member can be tasked to "engineer" a driver with parameters suited to our needs and submit it for OEM orders to P Audio Thailand. and then we contribute amount according to the number of speakers we individually need. in this way, we should be able to come up with a cheaper speaker (but with good quality!) since the product once produced in numbers is good as sold.

OEM is all we can do because our pro "DIYers alliance" cannot order speakers marked P Audio due to official distributorship deals. I go with P Audio's factory and not with any other factories in china due to quality. P Audio Thailand, I believe, also makes speakers for JBL. and oh, i forgot, for OEM deals, they require at least 200 speakers. anyway, not too bad. i came to know of a friend who bought at least 32 x 650EL all in one transaction!

i believe that good things come with a price. but doing things together can make life easier. AMEN??? amen.

ps. we still have to talk about who will design the speaker, the shipping cost, and taxes.
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Old 30th March 2010, 04:07 PM   #933
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Good day to all,

Can any one send me a plan for the following BINS,
L36
w-bin(sub-zero)
sub scoop

Here's my email (urbanista2007@yahoo.com)
May i ask is TnT 18's speaker are suitable for these bins.

thanks in advance,
for L36 plan - please check this link http://forum.speakerplans.com/cerwin...217_page1.html

and, as they say it, "Google is our friend", please use google, image, enter keywords.

regards
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Old 30th March 2010, 07:09 PM   #934
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Thanks for the info and for the w-bin plan.
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Old 30th March 2010, 11:40 PM   #935
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This the new version of XXX36XX...
take note that the original CV has an aluminum panel for cooling system.
Just another C-horn...DIY friendly easy to build.
For aluminum cover use a 1/4" gauge and ribbed with a 3/4" x 2" hardwood to support it from flexing.(we experience this when we built 4 for my clients install)

have a nice day
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Old 31st March 2010, 02:06 PM   #936
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my new DIY tops...15" + 12" + 2 x 1"...3 way passive or 2 way active.

locally available drivers were used...
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Old 31st March 2010, 03:46 PM   #937
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This the new version of XXX36XX...
take note that the original CV has an aluminum panel for cooling system.
Just another C-horn...DIY friendly easy to build.
For aluminum cover use a 1/4" gauge and ribbed with a 3/4" x 2" hardwood to support it from flexing.(we experience this when we built 4 for my clients install)

have a nice day
jojo
yup this looks the real thing. . . post #935

cheers!

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Old 5th April 2010, 03:28 PM   #938
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courtesy of my friend. . .

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(left) precision device pd1850 800w and (right) p-audio sd 18el 1000w

pd 1850 800w p31750

sd 18el 1000w p16000
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Old 6th April 2010, 11:57 AM   #939
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http://www.paudio.ru/downloads/SD18EL.pdf

Precision Devices International Limited

the specs of the two drivers above

take note of the power handling (Watts), Fs, BL and Xmax figures of the two drivers
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Old 6th April 2010, 01:05 PM   #940
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good day,

new karakol setup...4 WSX...2 w8 tops...2 XP5000...and 10kva genset to boot.

have fun!
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