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Old 7th September 2019, 04:03 PM   #4271
Wiggle8 is offline Wiggle8  Canada
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Very nice finish Wiggle ! What are the dimensions of the boxes? Are there any partitioning inside? Did you get a chance to play them already?
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Yep they are separately partitioned. Alpair 7 is isolated from the rest of the box in a sealed compartment approximately 5 liters in volume and stuffed with polyfill.

Overall box dimensions are roughly 9.5" wide, 12.5" deep, 34" tall. They were sized to meet a specific location. If not for those considerations I'd be inclined to make them slightly taller but less deep.

I've been playing them and they sound very nice. They definitely extend quite deep and have good authority in the low end.
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Old 7th September 2019, 04:06 PM   #4272
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Wiggle8,

Nice build you got there.

All the best with the bad weather in your part of the world, stay safe.
Thank you. The storm is just starting to hit the area now. Fingers crossed that things stay under control.
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Old 7th September 2019, 04:18 PM   #4273
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Good luck. Here in coastal NH it turned cooler but just a little rain, no wind to speak of. Haven't been out to the shoreline yet though. We're supposed to get some big waves. We have a friend in school in Halifax, and I'm sure he'll report back to us.
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Old 8th September 2019, 02:51 AM   #4274
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FAST with Alpair 7 and Dayton UM8. Testing now and really enjoying them.

Took quite a while before I was happy with the paint.
i have a thing for anything with utilitarian design. i dont know if this is your intention but im diggin' 'em very much! congrats!
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Old 8th September 2019, 08:19 PM   #4275
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i have a thing for anything with utilitarian design. i dont know if this is your intention but im diggin' 'em very much! congrats!
Thank you very much I am a fan of clean and simple. Really enjoy the look of the Alpair and UM as well.
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Old 7th October 2019, 11:25 AM   #4276
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This is an old 3D Printed cabinet I made for the Dayton PS95

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It is a 3.3L Vented cabinet where the port is part of the cabinet. The cabinet is 2 parts with the back being separate and glued on. Internally it also has a cross brace.

It is the cabinet that I am using as a reference against my 3D Printed speaker driver. This white 3D printed cabinet took 29 hours but my new cabinets with my improved printer design has got these cabinets down to 12 hours.

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Old 17th October 2019, 01:15 PM   #4277
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Finally finish Tabaq TL with Faital PRO 4FE32

After tested with all kind of music I realise once again how fantastic are this small driver, but the thing that really stand up is how they working at a very low volume, clear and incredible full body low freq. for a total warm music experience, the SPL of 91dB really make a difference especially with tube amp. also clarity of mid/high are outstanding....all the best
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Old 17th October 2019, 09:51 PM   #4278
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I'd love to replicate those. Do you have the plans available?
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Old 18th October 2019, 12:34 AM   #4279
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I'd love to replicate those. Do you have the plans available?
Hi TylerDurden, yes sure no problem, for this specific driver this is the plan in .pdf file, but if you want to use a different driver you can check TABAQ TL for Tang Band.
For this specific project I used 16mm plywood instead of 12mm mdf what is important is the inside size of the enclosure but doesn't matter the outside is up to you, also the suggested resistor and inductor are optional, in my case I did not used. Actually I got the drivers in your country Lean Business, Outstanding Audio - Specialist for audio products and authorised resellers for Celestion and Carlsbro. Based in UK, Delivers throughout Europe, also I got this ring 2 Pcs Universal 4 Inch Car Speaker Solid Washer Adapters Brackets Speaker Mounts Plates Speaker Gasket for Cars-in Speaker Mounts from Automobiles & Motorcycles on AliExpress - 11.11_Double 11_Singles' Day because I don't like the looks of the driver but still this is personal, the base plate also is optional and you can do whatever you like but is important for give stability to the enclosure, in my case I just use 24mm baltic plywood 45 degree cut, so that's all is a very simple build.....all the best..
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