JBL build

I decided I needed a killer pair of JBL's but there is no way I could afford an original pair but I do have the capabilities to build the cabs, hence my 4345 project. I rounded up the components , no mean chore in itself and proceded onward. I'm just waiting on networks before loading the components.
 

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ticknpop

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2005-05-28 9:43 pm
toronto
The charge coupled crossovers are nice, but cost a lot.
Don't use Solens for the mid horn and HF driver, film and foil caps are great - Multicap.

I have 4 sets of 2 x 2245 (18 inch), 2202 (12 inch), 2441/ 2395 meter wide lens, 2405 UHF In our metal fabrication shop for a pa system - sort of 4 of 4350 on steroids. Wish we could horn load the bass like Richard Long's Bertha, but then we'd have no place to work.

Your cabinets are great.