i did. i bought a pair when they first came out.
mine are 12.5wx20"dx48"h. i added a 5" fountek ribbon cd2 tw. on the front
baffel at the top. to me they sound great no need for a sub but i do have one.
will try to get my son to post photos. whit all the wood they get very heavy.
they are single layer.
my ears are 69 years old. i had only .56uf to my ribbons. after conversation
with josh at madisound i started adding caps and ended up at 5.0uf.
it depens on your ears i used a clarity red.do you need a tw. its up to you.
my set up sound excelent to my ears. the fe206esr are a jewel.
don´t you find my HP?
take view of my SAXOPHON and
the RDH20, they would be a solution for the Fe206esr,
because of the depth may be with an extra baffle
of 25 mm.
do you test your ears?
imho you don´t need any tweeter, fostex has enough HT
specially in your age, make measurements, 5µF seems
to much if you dont cancle the Fostex at ~3kHz
yes they are very loud. will backtrac to a lower value. but im still very old.
have a number of tube amps. was useing DIY tube EICO clone around 28w.
i think. but for convience im useing a old [like me] yamaha receiver RX1100
that i had sience new. was $1200.00 35 years ago 120 watts.
did you get my email for your home tele. maybe my son can scane my photos
more power/current/more slam
Holy crap! Can you say what are the plans for these speaker cabinets? And details for the drivers, cables, polyfil, binding posts? Any plans for the amps? Nice-looking setup btw. Personally, I'd rather paint my speakers if/when I get to a point where I build a pair.Audioray
I got my sigma enclosure done for the Fe206esr and you were right no sub or tweeter needed. They sound amazing. Driven with SET 45 that put out 1.6 watts a channel and it gets loud in my room. The enclosure was done in Oak plywood with the insides made from MDF board. I have not decided what color or shade of stain to use yet. I also may try a fe208e sigma if I come across a pair used, I have a pair of fostex t90a supper tweeters.