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Old 30th July 2018, 10:11 AM   #1
Joachim Gerhard is offline Joachim Gerhard  Germany
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Default Sonics by Joachim Gerhard cabinets and kits.

We have 120 pairs of very nice, professionally made Sonics by Joachim Gerhard cabinets in stock.
The models are : Anima, Argenta, Arkadia and Oumnia.
We have various colors like Black Ash, Cherry, Nutbush and Zebrano.
I sell each pair for 400,- plus transportation.
Some cabinets have small scratches and dents. I sell them for 350,- per pair.
With the cabinets comes a circuit diagram and a list of components you have to buy to complete the speakers.
I redesigned the crossovers and sometimes made new choices concerning the drivers.
The result are speakers that are even better then the famous originals.
For around 800,- you can own worldclass loudspeakers with a little work of your own.
We also offer ready made speakers for 900,- each type.
I will post photos and more information soon.
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Old 30th July 2018, 10:37 AM   #2
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Default Oumnia

Here is a picture of the Sonics Oumnia 2.0.
See also frequency response and impedance. The drivers are very much in phase proven by the measurements where the tweeter is connected with the wrong polarity.
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Old 30th July 2018, 08:08 PM   #3
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At last Joachim decided to post this

I bought a custom version of the Anima in walnut veneer for a monitor plus subs project, I wanted to start with a reference level minimonitor and I was so impressed with the quality of the boxes that I ordered a spare set of boxes in Zebrano. I am a convicted addict in buying drivers and putting them in boxes, first attempts with router on MDF inside the house at the age of12, carpet kept the smell for at least three years

In all my years of speaker building I was hoping that my great sounding speakers were going to look beautiful but it turned out woodworking is another crazy hobby I don't have time for.

Great professional matte real wood veneer and a wonderful sturdy removable bottom plate so I don't have to remove the drivers when I want to change a capacitor or a coil. No parallel walls, plywood plus two walls from MDF, small. Build a sub!

My only complaint was that the tweeter was countersunk for the that specific tweeter(all Seas 5.5 midwoofers share the same chassis so you can swap them all) and I wanted to try some of the tweeters I had in stash but then I swapped the 22TAF/G for the 22TF and liked it better. Still thinking on trying to enlarge the size of the tweeter opening but the 22TFF is magnificent, when I get a good deal on one of those Be tweeters I might try.

For all those who can build DACs and amps but need a very good monitor with extreme WAF - Joachim Gerhard is THAT Joachim Gehrard

BTW my two sets came with the grills in front, best I have seen in a long time but I will never use them, if someone needs them just pay for shipping and you will have them for free.
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Old 31st July 2018, 08:51 AM   #4
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Here are pictures of the Argenta. There where two versions. The Standard and the Edition.
I can provide circuit diagrams and BOM for both.
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Old 31st July 2018, 08:55 AM   #5
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Here is another picture of the Oumnia. It costed 2400,- per pair when new.
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Old 31st July 2018, 09:00 AM   #6
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Here is the Arkadia. It was sold for 2400,- per pair.
This is the standard version. I also made a version with a SEAS metal dome and a version with a SEAS curve cone from the Linkwitz LX and a SEAS DXT tweeter.
Ready made the fist two speakers cost 900,-. The third one costs 1200,- per pair.
As always the cabinets alone plus instructions cost 400,-.
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Old 31st July 2018, 09:05 AM   #7
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Here is the DXT tweeter and the SL woofer. The Arkadia with this drivers sounds very good.
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Old 31st July 2018, 03:29 PM   #8
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Here is a list of the cabinets we have. One pair Arkadia in black and one pair in Zebrano are already sol.
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Old 1st August 2018, 04:56 PM   #9
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Here some more photos of the Oumnia 2.0.
The woofers are Peerless with a stiff and well damped Polypropylene cone.
The tweeters are modified SEAS metal domes.
The sound of that speaker is very open and transparent. The midrange is low in coloration.
The bass is tight, deep and fast. They throw a wonderful soundstage.
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Old 3rd August 2018, 12:39 PM   #10
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I sell 2 pairs of Scan-Speak D2608/913000.
They are from an update from Suesskind BEO to BEO LX.
They come with some nice crossover components that you can use as is or remove with the use of a heat gun.
One pair has 8.2uF EVO Oil, 33 Ohm Mundorf Supreme, 5.6 Ohm Mundorf Supreme, 0.15uF Evo Silver Gold Oil.
The other pair has the same components but 0.1uF Evo Alu Oil.
I sell all 4 for 160,- plus shipping.
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