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Drakmin 11th March 2009 02:41 PM

Seas L26ROY subwoofer FINISHED PICS
 
I made a sub using Seas l26 roy driver + hypex ds2.0 amp to extend the bass of Genelec 8030's. Here's a link to full worklog + couple of images.

Thanks for your interest! -Antti Hakala "drakmin"

PROJECT LOG WITH PHOTOS




http://www.students.tut.fi/~hakala52/sub/1.jpg

harveylee 11th March 2009 09:00 PM

Very Impressive. Great job on the finish.

aznboi3644 12th March 2009 12:12 AM

Damn...VERY Sexy. I really like how you finished the sides and back with the plexi.

GM 12th March 2009 06:54 AM

Outstanding! Great write-up also! Thanks for sharing. :cheers:

GM

Dr_EM 12th March 2009 12:20 PM

Looks great! Nice project.

The Genelecs are ported so are you just using thier natural roll off (should be 24db/octave) without any additional electronic high pass?

domtw 12th March 2009 12:53 PM

It looks very good! Nice job!
I also used leather finish in my project.

The acrylic finish is an idea that I might use in a future project.

Another way to avoid the painting which I don't like to do ;)

Drakmin 12th March 2009 03:03 PM

Thanks, it's always nice to hear kind words! Here's another photo to keep people interested:


WORKLOG AND PHOTOS


http://www.students.tut.fi/~hakala52/sub/6.jpg

Elbert 17th March 2009 08:04 PM

Wow, absolutely fantastic looking build!

A very nice write-up of the project as well with great pictures, makes for some very good inspiration! :)

Drakmin 17th March 2009 09:00 PM

Thanks!

I'm using the built in 85hz roll off switch and made a similar setting to Hypex crossover.

Genelecs and this subwoofer are connected directly to my external firewire soundcard. So this is pc sound system, not connected to av amplifier etc.

First I tried using Genelecs full range and Hypex crossover around 50hz but sub didn't integrate good enough.

Ian Millar 21st May 2011 03:25 AM

Very nice work, but in the interest of cosmetics you covered the plate amp's only cooling surface with a perspex insulator. Those amps don't get very hot being efficient Class-D, but nonetheless the manufacturer does use the aluminium plate as a the sole radiator for the output transistors.


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