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  1. Thank you! :) Unfortunately, there's no thread...

    Thank you! :)

    Unfortunately, there's no thread for them as of yet, but I did some research on here a while back which may be of interest to you as it is fairly close to what you're doing. Please...
  2. About the 2123, yes, you should def. investigate....

    About the 2123, yes, you should def. investigate. It's very efficient and can handle 250W too. The box can be very small. My system is fully active (and I know next to nothing about passive crossover...
  3. Your system looks good already. Much better than...

    Your system looks good already. Much better than my random stack :)

    Have you considered throwing a pair of JBL 2123's in there? They're cheap and great. Maybe have them run from ~300-1.2kHz.
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  4. Thank you, and a question about capacitor voltage

    Thank you very much for helpful advice.

    Been running without protection for almost a year now and knock on wood, nothing has broken, but it keeps me awake at night so I'm going to do something. :)...
  5. Minimum frequency to put protection capacitor in active systems?

    In an active system the crossover points often change. Can the protection cap be chosen independent of the crossover frequency to allow for maximum flexibility and at the same time protect the driver...
  6. Thread: 2235H basket

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    If you are open to use a pair of 2234H and sell...

    If you are open to use a pair of 2234H and sell your 2235h instead there's a genuine pair reconed by Lydrommet AS for sale in Norway. Price is NOK 6000 which is quite cheap when you consider the...
  7. Hi DogBox You may have missed the first post of...

    Hi DogBox
    You may have missed the first post of the thread where I talk about these speakers. They began as the black and grey utility versions, were then painted black and after that got a blue...
  8. Mac: The Triton has variable speed and...

    Mac: The Triton has variable speed and recommended speed settings depending on the diameter of the cutter, but it didn't take account for the material density. I guess you just need to work some...
  9. Thank you for the support Mac, it's daunting to...

    Thank you for the support Mac, it's daunting to say the least but no turning back now. Must admit that this restoration has been procrastinated for the past two years partly due to sheer terror, but...
  10. Blue paint, veneer and solid walnut in the house....

    Blue paint, veneer and solid walnut in the house. Got some requested veneer scraps for experimentation, so excellent service from Oakwood veneer where I ended up buying. Still waiting for Titebond II...
  11. Just a quick update: 1) Still working on the...

    Just a quick update:
    1) Still working on the model but have not had time to do much lately.

    2) Got a solid plank of American walnut (gorgeous wood) which will be cut into pieces for the front...
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    Working as a system admin for the NSA. No...

    Working as a system admin for the NSA. No seriously, it was a lucky hit. Used 'refugee' in an attempt at being funny. Good thing you took it well, need to watch my fingers. :D
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    My defense 67794 It was not all that bad...

    My defense

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    It was not all that bad asking him :D
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    Hahahahaha, sort of did when I asked it, LOL. I...

    Hahahahaha, sort of did when I asked it, LOL. I thought he was a Belgian refugee in Canada though, LOL.
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    Thank you for the pic of the oil and sharing your...

    Thank you for the pic of the oil and sharing your takeaways from the veneering process with us.

    Looking at your wood work and room renovation I can tell you are a handy man and I bet the ladies go...
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    Gorgeous! The pride of ownership must be off the...

    Gorgeous! The pride of ownership must be off the charts. They look awesome! Must be so rewarding putting on that oil and see them come to life.

    How many coats did you use and care to take a...
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    Thank you very much for your comments, Barry. ...

    Thank you very much for your comments, Barry.

    Todo:
    (1) Be for 2446
    (2) 2216Nd
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    :applaud: What an excellent job you did on...

    :applaud:

    What an excellent job you did on these. Holy smokes! And the room looks amazing!!! A real pleasure palace! Congratulations!
  19. Thank you for the pictures. Do you like the...

    Thank you for the pictures. Do you like the result?

    I will build that bracket to have 2404 mounted just below the mouth and in the same plane as 2360. Then delay 2404 to account for the distance...
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    Concur. Have bought 2123 to get better SQ...

    Concur. Have bought 2123 to get better SQ performance between 2226 and 2446, but that comes with a price in power handling and capacity, so thinking about incorporating at least one 2216Nd instead of...
  21. How will you mount them? I was thinking about...

    How will you mount them? I was thinking about making some sort of wooden jig that can be attached to the holes in the 2360 and then have 2404 mounted to that.

    Basic concept

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    This way...
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    HELLO, ELLO, ello, llo, lo, o, . I'm down here...

    HELLO, ELLO, ello, llo, lo, o, .

    I'm down here at the bottom with my stack of 2226 questioning the meaning of life, the World and everything in it. Thanks! :D

    Hoping the result won't be as dire...
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    Very sorry, didn't mean to insult you. I know...

    Very sorry, didn't mean to insult you. I know what it's like running a small operation myself.
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    Based on what you're saying I don't think you...

    Based on what you're saying I don't think you need luck, you just need to be a sweat shop and get on with it, spending every minute you can making the grilles until you have the capital to automate...
  25. DogBox, I take all measurements in mm down to a...

    DogBox, I take all measurements in mm down to a 10th of a mm using caliper wherever possible. The program I'm using is Google Sketchup and it's free + there are tons of tutorials on Youtube on how to...
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