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  1. Thread: Lancer 77

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    I wasn't able to locate a decent pair of LE...

    I wasn't able to locate a decent pair of LE 20-1's but I did find a nice pair of LE 20's. The larger flange required a bit of modification which I hated to do. The big surprise was when I removed the...
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    Inspiring

    Great job! You have inspired me to do two things. #1 Clean up my shop. #2 Build something.
    I used to pass through Placerville to get to my home in Somerset years ago.;)
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    WOW

    Beautiful! I particularly like the fact that they require a lot less real estate than the original design. Great job. :applaud:
  4. Very nicely done. :applaud:

    Very nicely done. :applaud:
  5. Thread: Lancer 77

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    77's

    Truth is I bought these because of the 075's. I have always liked there looks and sound. The grills were also modified and will need some fixing.
  6. Thread: Lancer 77

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    Lancer 77

    I just picked up a pair of lancer 77's at an estate sale. The cabinets are in excellent shape. The surrounds are in need of replacing as to be expected but the tweeters were replaced with 075's. A...
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    throat

    Thanks a bunch Earl, Barry, and Cooky for the heads up advice and details on the throat design for the array horn. I believe that I will focus my woodworking efforts instead on the design I have used...
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    jig

    Here is the jig system i used for some of my later A-290's.
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    Thanks for the complements. I regretted selling...

    Thanks for the complements.
    I regretted selling my smaller horns and have decided to build another pair using either teak or Indonesian walnut that I have just purchased. My latest plan is to do an...
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    Thanks, I will give those a shot. I was able to...

    Thanks, I will give those a shot. I was able to successfully remove about 98% of the glue from the cone face.
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    136a gasket

    I decided to go ahead and correct the refoaming job that was performed by a so-called Pro shop several years back on my 136A's. They installed the foam on the front of the cone. GRRRRR! :dont-know:I...
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    The port should be centered on the woofer. The...

    The port should be centered on the woofer. The inside measurement on mine is 4.1" x 5.0" in length.
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    I like the two way design that Cooky did a little...

    I like the two way design that Cooky did a little while back with the verticle horn and truncated cabinet.
  14. Beautiful work. Holz was the name given to me in...

    Beautiful work. Holz was the name given to me in my German language class back in high school. It was the closest the instructor could get to Woody.:D
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    You are correct, they are 3/16" x 1/2"x 1/2"....

    You are correct, they are 3/16" x 1/2"x 1/2". Replacements can be found at the hardware store in the furniture protection section. It is on my list of things to do.:D
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    L250 grill

    Here are the velcro attachment points. As you can see, some of the plastic bumpers have gone away.
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    Using the Bass Box program with a tuning of 29Hz...

    Using the Bass Box program with a tuning of 29Hz the result is one port 3" x 4.48".
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    port

    Is your enclosure volume really 2.8L or 2.8 cubic feet? A 2.8 cubic foot cabinet will need a port tube(inside diameter) 3.3125" x 4.74". If your inside diameter is 3" the length is 3.68". I hope this...
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    Vundabar!

    Vundabar!
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    Beautiful work and documentation. Thanks for...

    Beautiful work and documentation. Thanks for sharing.:thmbsup:
  21. Nicely done. Something to be proud of. The horns...

    Nicely done. Something to be proud of. The horns are a lot of work but well worth the time and effort. Congratulations and thanks for sharing.

    Woody
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    Thanks but I have learned my lesson. :nutz:

    Thanks but I have learned my lesson. :nutz:
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    Thanks Jeff. Very keen eye spotting the woofer...

    Thanks Jeff. Very keen eye spotting the woofer upgrade. :)
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    grill cloth

    I finally was able to put the finishing touches on the clone project. I diverted as usual and used magnets instead of sockets for the grill attachments. The photo flash makes the grill cloth color...
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    L 250

    I agree 100% having been there and done that. The very worst part to replicate was the tweeter bezel. :banghead: Be patient and see what pops up.

    Woody
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