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Old 17th January 2019, 07:06 PM   #1
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Default Building plans for the ultimate Synergy horn.

I know some plans are available to build a synergy horn, but I was wondering if their are also plans for a big-*** synergy (like the Klipsch K402 MEH). I was hoping to eventually acquire a K402 synergy horn, but I'm less sure that option is still be viable, so thats why I'm looking for new alternatives.

I'm not a experienced enough to build something like this, BUT I do have a very good carpenter who is extremely into building horns/speakers (he built 10x LaScala bins for me, and oh boy those were magnificent).


So... Is there a large synergy horn out there, made out of wood that I can have built? Hoping it would have a 2" CD and 2x 15" woofers (like the K402 synergy), but open for all suggestions. Or are their people who could help me model/design such a horn (I would even consider 'hiring' someone if the process would be to extensive and time consuming).

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Old 17th January 2019, 08:15 PM   #2
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Klipsch K402 replica build - DIY Audio Projects - StereoNET

There should be enough information there to make a 3D model of the k-402 which you can then give to your very good carpenter to make you some. Then you can just copy the K-402 MEH design.
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Klipsch K402 replica build - DIY Audio Projects - StereoNET

There should be enough information there to make a 3D model of the k-402 which you can then give to your very good carpenter to make you some. Then you can just copy the K-402 MEH design.
Ow, I actually once saw that and completely forgot about it! Didnt give it much thought back then, because it was obviously way too complicated for me. Also, the information to build it is not 100% complete.. but it looks like it could suffice. For my LaScalas my carpenter did a whole sketchup model before he started working on it, and I guess if he does it like that, that with the given info, it should work.

Maybe some alteration for it to work better als a synergy.

Any other suggestions are still welcome ofcourse!
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