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Old 14th February 2020, 06:14 PM   #51
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Beside the capacitor values, the crossover of Entonis also has one coil only. Here is another version of the crossover which corresponds much better to your picture:

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Unfortunately I don't know the source of the schematic. I think the values in round brackets are the original ones. Later, they have been adjusted by ear.
No, this design was not very good. Tried it a while ago... In the same Thread was a better one.
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Old 14th February 2020, 07:18 PM   #52
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...The Auris Poison 3…
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Conceptually similar to Tysen V2. A well sorted diy project (using better, but pricier midTweeter) and 2 push-push bass drivers in an ML-TL. The push-push bass drivers have a huge advantage over a single side mounted woofer (we tried that in Tysen V1). 2 of the Silver Flute woofers cost about the same as a single Peerless (we use 2 in a different design) move more air, and goes lower.

A thread for Tysen and variations on WAW / FAST (quite a few other WAW in this thread, including the 2 examples of our WAW with Peerless woofers). Has a bit on the W5 as well,

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I really need to get a picture now that they are nicely veneered.

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Old 14th February 2020, 09:20 PM   #53
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Boenicke W5- Gravelli
yet another sorta similar speaker-concrete enclosure don't drop it.

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Your wife says, " Dear could you move the speakers, I don't like where they are....What do you mean - you have to call your brother to move them?"

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Old 14th February 2020, 10:28 PM   #54
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@LinuxGeek Hallo, hast du die Fräsung selbst gemacht? Ergo hast du die Daten als Dxf oder SVG ?
Wenn ja würdest du diese zur Verfügung stellen ? Komme ebenfalls aus NRW 33142

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@LinuxGeek Hello, did you do the milling yourself? Ergo do you have the data as Dxf or SVG?
If so, would you provide them? Also come from NRW 33142

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Old 15th February 2020, 07:52 AM   #56
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Interesting designs with the side fire woofer. Something o have considered to try to create a 'big speaker sound' without a large front baffle to aid WAF.

I have some TB W3-871 and SB15NRXC30-8 I may play with in a similar fashion to the Boenicke.

Are the drivers all in phase.? I would try without the ambience tweeter initially but I do like a spacious sound so that may prove invaluable.

Apart from P10 Dave's active design, I am surprised no one has tried a bi amped set up. What with the woofer running full range, one could use one channel to power that and another to power the circuit with the tweeter and FR?
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Old 15th February 2020, 03:13 PM   #57
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@dave :
Does push-push function well with the flute w14 membrane ? It's some kind of fabric and i did not know if its really sealed or air can go through the membrane...
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Old 15th February 2020, 05:42 PM   #58
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Here's some Boenicke W5 threads from other forums with completed projects:
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Boenicke W5 SE - Zvučnici - diyAudio.rs

Kleiner dan de MIMO, de WC2ND ... - Pagina 2 - forum.zelfbouwaudio.nl

Has Anyone Heard the Boenicke W5? - Page 2 - Headphones & Speakers - Audiophile Style

Boenicke W5 - kloon en kloon'isch' topic - forum.zelfbouwaudio.nl

filters ?
Boenicke W5 - kloon en kloon'isch' topic - Pagina 12 - forum.zelfbouwaudio.nl

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Does push-push function well with the flute w14 membrane ? It's some kind of fabric and i did not know if its really sealed or air can go through the membrane...
Yes. Some woofers you have to be careful mounting push-push, and if the drivers are on the side, the HF will be limited — our measure/XO designer guy pushed the passive XO up to 450 Hz (we biamped at 250 Hz).

The cones are a paper with high wool content. All the ones i have used have also been EnABLed.

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correction for post # 41

"Bass 2.5mH Coil, 2.2 ufd Cap to Tang band W5-1138smf 2nd order"

should be 22 ufd cap on the woofer.
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