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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 4:03 am 
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analogluvr wrote:
Looks sweet!! Which horns are those on top?


These are Klipsch Jubilee clones.

Bass bins have 2: K31, 12in woofers per cabinet.

The horn is a K402 with the Faital HF-200 for the compression driver.


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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 5:08 am 
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Think I might build a Bryson BD Pi.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 27, 2017 6:54 am 
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Here is a shot showing the cross section before the tops and bottoms went on...


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 03, 2017 6:55 pm 
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Wow, just wow. Being a fellow Heritage type Klipsch fan I'd love to listen to those! Great work man.


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Precautious D wrote:
Wow, just wow. Being a fellow Heritage type Klipsch fan I'd love to listen to those! Great work man.


Thanks P D

If you ever get a chance to hear a pair, make the time to do so.

I built these without ever hearing a pair, I am happy with the way mine sound!


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 12:19 pm 
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Tannoy Type 3145 SuperDual drive units, 100 Hz to 22 kHz in 50-70 litre cabinets probably with 12 dB/oct. Butterworth or Linkwitz-Riley crossovers

I will use the active crossovers built into a pair of Lab-Gruppen IPD2400 power amplifier for the LF to MF transition @ 100 Hz.

Bass driver(s) yet to be determined. The challenge is to get the sensitivity of the LF section as close as possible to that of the MF/HF section—that is, around 97 dB— while at the same time attaining an f3 of 32 Hz and a cabinet volume of 200 L or smaller.

Hoffman's Iron Law intrudes as it always does.

Candidates include:

TAD TL-1601b
Tannoy 3834GG
Meyer Sound X-400C
Acoustic Elegance TD12H (2 drivers per side)
BMS 12S330 (2 drivers per side)


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PostPosted: Tue Mar 07, 2017 1:39 pm 
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Bass driver(s) yet to be determined. The challenge is to get the sensitivity of the LF section as close as possible to that of the MF/HF section—that is, around 97 dB— while at the same time attaining an f3 of 32 Hz and a cabinet volume of 200 L or smaller.

Why the self-inflicted 200L limit?

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I am designing and building a new 'stereo stand' to hold all my equipment that has outgrown current stand.
It will also be holding vinyl and be speaker stands all in one.

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The ultimate stand for my VPI TNT; built from 1" MDF, in locking layers because it will weigh much more than the TT itself.


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Mark Audio Super Pencils. Hope I live long enough to finish them!


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Canvas, since I'm good for audio - for the moment:


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Mike Smith wrote:
Mark Audio Super Pencils. Hope I live long enough to finish them!


I built a pair of Super Pencils.
I can relate to how long it's taking you to finish them.
Mine were built using MDF.
I don't think I ever made more holes and dealt with more sawdust in my life.
Good luck getting them finished.


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milesian wrote:
Think I might build a Bryson BD Pi.


Please keep us posted. I think there are Raspberry Pi-based Squeezebox Touch clones out there too.

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I just bought a HiFi berry kit...because of these threads-lol

Spent $180...curious to see if it will replace my Intel NUC with Windows 10 and JRiver.

RuneAudio software is free and looks good with a nice GUI, for under $200 bucks :shock:

Will post pics.

Nice thread...thinking about a subwoofer kit too...active speakers with DSP...so little time.


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I make my own Power Cords, and cables - I have made my own speakers - it's all great fun


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