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Speaker time

Discussion in 'DIY Projects' started by Wardsweb, May 12, 2017.

  1. Deerhunter

    Deerhunter Well-Known Member


    Yes, please do. I really want to here how well they sound.
     
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  2. Wardsweb

    Wardsweb Renaissance man

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  3. Wardsweb

    Wardsweb Renaissance man

    I took the speakers to a meeting of the River City Audio Society yesterday. Everyone LOVED them. It was held in our local audio/video dealer's meeting room. The sales manager came in for a listen and said he needed to get a pair in the store. They are a Klipsch dealer.

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  4. heeman

    heeman Well-Known Member Famous

    ^ Very Cool!
     
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  5. JeffMackwood

    JeffMackwood Maxi-Me

    I would seriously doubt the sanity of anyone who didn't!
     
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  6. Randy

    Randy Well-Known Member Famous

    Did you tell them that there are like a dozen guys over here that already called dibs on those??? :thumbsup:

    And, if no one called dibs, I want to call dibs. DIBS!!!
     
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  7. lakedmb

    lakedmb Active Member

    Those look amazing!

    If you don't mind me asking, how much did all of the materials run roughly?
     
  8. jomari

    jomari Well-Known Member

    i think i have to rescind my 25k entry fee to batmans cave and go for these.
     
  9. rammisframmis

    rammisframmis Well-Known Member

  10. Batman

    Batman Well-Known Member Staff Member Moderator Famous

    Dislike!! ;)
     
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  11. jomari

    jomari Well-Known Member

    hahaha!
     
  12. malsackj

    malsackj Well-Known Member

    Now an interesting question, back in the day Flint used some heavy felt to remove some of the cabinet reflections. The larger face of the baffle, would some Felt help to reduce some undesirable effects? Oh and yes, Nice job, You suck.
     
  13. Flint

    Flint "Do you know who I am?" Superstar

    These are great looking speakers!

    The felt was specifically to address the issue of midrange off a dome (or ribbon) tweeter which radiates to the side, and thus running over the surface of the baffle, reaching the edge of the speaker cabinet and causing diffraction sources which can blur, or smear, the sound - making it less realistic and accurate. A felt ring around a dome which is flush mounted on a flat baffle of a cabinet with sharp edges can reduce the diffraction issue - and it is simple and cheap.

    Horn midrange and tweeter drivers, as used in this design, do not radiate 180 degrees to the sides and thus won't be improved with a felt ring around them. So, no need for felt on the baffle.
     
  14. malsackj

    malsackj Well-Known Member

    Thanks Flint, Memories.
     

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