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Old 2nd November 2005, 05:23 PM   #1
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The Audio Amateur transaction is complete and satisfactory, despite the box sitting in the rain for a while (I pack very well). So the Speaker Builder magazines are going next. I'll wait a week or two before I stop the bids.

My suggestions for first reads:
Testing 18 Shapes For The Ideal Midrange Box
Build a Box That Does Not Resonate by Verhagen
All you ever wanted to know about Capacitors
What Sort of Walls Are Best For Boxes

Lots of interesting articles. The 9Hz barrel speaker is quite interesting. Not all the good info is in the cover articles. Great stuff in the letters and recurring sections and ads. Enjoy.

Speaker Builder - 1993 issue 1

Speaker Builder - 1994 issues 1, 2, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8

Speaker Builder - 1995 issues 1, 2, 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8

Speaker Builder - 1996 issue 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Speaker Builder - 1997 issues 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Speaker Builder - 1998 issues 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Speaker Builder - 1999 issues 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8

Speaker Builder - 2000 issues 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6

cover articles include:
Testing 18 Shapes For The Ideal Midrange Box
How to Match a Big MTM With an Overstuffed Sub
Building Two-Way Monitors and Room Treatment to Match
Resolving Two-Driver Design Mysteries by G.R. Koonce
Building That Super Dream Loudspeaker by Alden, Chaleff, & D'Appolito
Designing the Ultimate MTM by Alden & D'Appolito
Build a Box That Does Not Resonate by Verhagen
Transmission Lines: Geometry & Alignments by Augspurger
Rescue for Advent's 10" Woofer by Yeago
Engineering the Ideally Dimensioned Listening Room
Stuffing Transmission Lines: Which Stuff & How Dense? by George Augspurger
Easy Speaker Hole Cuts With Jasper's Circle Jig
Exploring the Practical Details of Transmission Lines by G.L. Augspurger
Using Ancient Proportion Ideas For Your Speaker Box
Mate Big PVC Pipes & Ribbons
An Easy Trick For Setting Driver Offsetts
A Simple Impedance Checking Tool
Constuct This Unorthodox Single Chamber Subwoofer
Sleuthing Out Performance With Your Computer
We Test Drive The Seas Odin by Mark Florian
A Bessel Box Subwoofer by Les Mertz
What Sort of Walls Are Best For Boxes
Mating Satellites and Subwoofers For Best Location and Imaging
Building Feedback Into the Driver
Do You Need New Speaker Cables
Constructing a Midrange Horn
What Makes One Driver Better Than Another
How transmission lines work: Finally The Full Story
A review of Speaker Design Fundamentals
Building a Single-Driver Full-Range Horn
Jelly-Jar Feet For Your Isolation Problems
Build a Small Footprint Three-Way WIth Isobarik Bass
Gilding B&W's Economic Two-Way Monitors
Taking the Drudery Out Of Third-Ocatve Measurements
Rebuilding the AR-3a by Tom Yeago
How to Solve the Placement Mystery by Raczynski
Trade Secrets: Cones, Suspensions & Spiders
Build This Double-Chamber Reflex by Paul Sechi
Construct a Smaller, More Powerful Isobarik by Paul Kittinger
Building a 3-Way Pyramid
Designing High Order Filters With Minimum Phase by Tim Sandrik
Let Your Computer Locate Your Speakers
Build a Curved Array With Nine Electorstat Panels Each by Bill Waslo
Upgrading the Woofer For a Bigger Listening Room by Philip Abbate
How Good/Bad Are Your Room's Acoustics?
Unveiling Complex Impedance Secrets
The Force: A Powered 4-Way With Servo Bass
How to Rescue Valued Drivers From Foam Rot
An Easier Way to Design Passive Crossovers by G.R. Koonce
What Ferrofluids Do For Drivers
We Test a Digital Room Correcting Preamp
Taking the Bounce Out Of Front Panels by G.R. Koonce
Electrostatics Aimed at Your Chair by Bill Waslo
Design A Studio With Invisible Walls
How to Manage Group Delay Distortion
Build a 3-Way With Very Little Sawing
Squeezing Your Driver For Max Performance
Waveguides For Deeper Bass Revisited
Getting That Resonance Peak
Finding Exact Mass & Resistance For Your Driver
Rules of the Road For Building Great Loudspeakers
Build An Electrostatic With Insulated Panels
Building A 3-Way Isobarik Tower
Shelving Tricks For a Tough Room
Can Electronics Correct The Phase Errors?
Meet The Snail Horn A Reflex/Horn Hybrid
Let's Dump Damping Factor by Dick Pierce
The Ins and Outs of Resistance in Crossovers
Plain Vanilla Filtering by Reg Williamson
Putting Music On The Beach
Build a Reflex/TL Combo
The Super Simpline: A One Evening Project
Speaker Stands For Satellites
A Balanced Response Speaker
Build An Active Crossover WIth Vacuum Tubes
A Big, 3-Way Transmission Line Speaker
An Elegant 2-Way Active & Adaptive Crossover
Ultra-Simple Active Crossovers WIth Two Microchips
All you ever wanted to know about Capacitors
Getting more accurate data on those drivers
A Quarter-Length Transmission Line
Building a Big 40" Planar
Choosing and Using Coils
Quick, Easy-to-Make Pipe Speakers
How to Make That New Box Beautiful
Concrete-Walled, With Four Drivers For Big 20-HZ Bass by Tom Perazella
How to Invent a New Dual-Modulus Material for Speaker Walls by Hajo Prodan
Build This Extraordinary Low-Cost Three-Way
Should Woofers Point Downward?
A Big 15" Subwoofer
Stroboscopic Checks on Spider Action
How To Choose A Good Crossover Coil
Build a Barrel of 9Hz Bass
Building the Low-Cost 3-Way Miracel Speaker by Koonce & Wright
Time, Frequency, Phase & Delay by Bill Waslo
Gonzalez & Colin vs. Moncrieff on Capacitor Performance Claims
How to Get System Phase Absolutely Right
Wrestling Good Stuff From Piezo Drivers
On Voltage, Power & Efficiency Puzzles by D'Appolito & Pierce
Super Smooth the Box Sans Sanding
New Focused Array Tricks
Speaker Stands You Can Make
Making Odd-Ball Driver Cutouts
Deep Bass With Tiny Drivers
Handbuild a Concrete Midrange Horn
What Heat Does To Your Drivers
Layout and Cutting For Large Panels
Build a Pair of Ribbons
Fasteners Galore
Build a Dream 15" TL Woofer
Inductor Geography in Crossovers by Sanfilipo
Dressing the Box For Company by Wayland
Demystifying Damping by Jenkins
Using Biscuits For Great Corner Joints
The System III An Elegant Four-way Design by D.E. Stenton
Conquering Impedance Speaker Drivers Aren't Resistors by Victor Staggs
Build a 16 Hz Woofer by Pike
P-Spicing a Great Crossover
MTM Dipole With a Sub
Better Sonics For Church by Bacon
Upgrades For Vintage Magnepans by Seymor
Electronic Crossovers Galore by Borbely & Gaertner
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Old 2nd November 2005, 07:41 PM   #2
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I'd love these but what's the weight like?

I'm in the UK BTW.
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That's the boxed weight as measured on my Pelouze P100S. They are boxed and ready to go.
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I have a bid of $75 + shipping
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Old 11th November 2005, 02:37 PM   #5
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I have a bid of $78 + shipping.

I have an unused Wavemaster desktop pcb etching system, complete, that I will be offering.

I also have a Moog amplifier that would be good as a guitar amp or PA amp - big heat sink and multiple TO3 output transistors (6 or 8, I'd have to look).

Any interest in either being the next to go?
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Can you post the specs on the amp

Thanks
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Old 12th November 2005, 05:16 PM   #7
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I have a bid of $85 + shipping for the mags.

I'm at work now. I'll post a pic of the Moog amp. It didn't go very low, thus my recommendation for PA/guitar. It uses +/-50v supplies, so estimate the output power for your application. I can bench test it if it helps. The supplies I'm using are regulated and high current, so the amp performance shouldn't be affected by the supplies.
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I'm closing bidding for the mags, Thanks for the interest and bids.

I'm at home and just counted output T03's on the Moog amp - 10. It has very good driving capability. It's mostly heat sink.
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