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Old 3rd May 2019, 07:01 PM   #21
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I did the stock 5-5/16" vent shelves.
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Dave - May I ask what are the speakers immediately to the inside of the Em-Kens in this picture? The short floor standers. They look nice and compact with what appears to be an 8" driver. Thanks in advance!


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Em-Ken?

We have been working on these for sometime, ostensibly for use in PA work (slowly). Our goal is for a speaker that will fill this role and still be usable as a PA speaker. This summer we did get to the point where we were happy with the sound in a hifi role. Took quite a bit of work on the driver (Eminence 12LTA). Some here are quite happy with the driver in stock form (less dust caps).

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They are about the same efficiency as Vulcan, but handle more power, and being a 12" move more air. They do need a tweeter -- the one you see is a cap coupled Foster, the one used in the radio shack pods.

We have also done a test fit of a Fostex FT17 mounted in some plumbing fittings that can be fitted as a Phase plug… given the high XO that arrangement would be good, we will proceed with that next.

All the drivers are quite inexpensive.

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Speaker to move some air in work shop?
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Dave - May I ask what are the speakers immediately to the inside of the Em-Kens in this picture? The short floor standers. They look nice and compact with what appears to be an 8" driver. Thanks in advance!
Those are a pair of KEF Calinda refurbished with EnABLed SEAS FA22. Sealed.

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