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    Have-Good-Sound-with-your-beer-project...

    In my preferential master tavern there is good beer. The sound is however miserable.

    Thus I persuaded the landlord to build a few decent boxes.

    Naturally not without ulterior motives. I would like to drink good beer and enjoy casual sound.

    The idea is to build two 4530 and add something like JBL EON Tops...Cheap and effectively.

    Have-Good-Sound-With-Your-Beer-Project...
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    The 4430 drivers

    So I got 2 E-130 on Ebay for less money...
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    Nice carpenter work on those


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    New years eve will be fantastic! Maybe I'll join you!

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    Hi, Ralph:

    Very nice work!!

    Couple of questions: What are you using for the accoustic lining in the compression chamber? Also, what are you using for materials in the curved pannel towards the horn mouth?

    Regards,
    Charley

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    Originally posted by Charley Rummel
    Hi, Ralph:

    Couple of questions: What are you using for the accoustic lining in the compression chamber? Also, what are you using for materials in the curved pannel towards the horn mouth?

    Regards,
    Charley
    Accoustic lining: Burl foam material

    Nearly the whole box is made with centralclose fiber boards.
    The rear wall of the compression chamber is resin-strengthened multiplex.
    The horn curvature is from on one side slit plates, so that one can bend it more easily.
    It looks like: _o_o_o_o_

    Greetings
    Ralf

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    Great boxes! EON's on top should be sweet!




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    HI, Ralf:

    Thanks for your reply!

    Kind regards and happy new year-
    Charley

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    That`s the result...

    We were ready for new year...
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    And now you see, what good sound makes with people...

    some pics from new year eve...
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    some pics from new year eve...
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    some pics from new year eve...
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    some pics from new year eve ...
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    some pics from new year eve...
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    Hey, Ralf:

    That looks like quite a New Years Eve Party! It also looks like the 4530's really helped get the place rockin'!

    I'll bet this helps the tavern owner's revenues, too!

    Regards,
    Charley

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    Originally posted by Charley Rummel
    Hi, Ralph:

    Very nice work!!

    Couple of questions: What are you using for the accoustic lining in the compression chamber? Also, what are you using for materials in the curved pannel towards the horn mouth?

    Regards,
    Charley
    Hi Charley!

    Could you please elaborate on why you were asking Ralph these questions.

    I built a pair of those in the seventies and put a pair of K145's in them. They rocked!!!

    But I don't remember that there were any lining/damping/material problems/issues to consider

    Lately I have often thought of building a pair of those again since I liked them so much, but wouldn't like to make any errors this time, so what should I think of? What problems might lay ahead?

    Greatful for any suggestions and advice.

    BR
    Roland

    PS: Nice party and nice gear. I just know how that sounded. DS.

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