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    thanks Rolf,

    If the crossover voting is finished, I will report on the sound and measurements. But I can now say, "It is very promising." Explosive Dynamic

    regards
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    Congratulations Juergen...

    I am very impatient to read your listening impressions.

    After 4 Years with this speaker i've tried a lot of combination with amplifiers, and filter slope...Differences goes from wonderful to odious !

    Warmest regards

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    hello Bruno,

    Thanks for your reply and your website. My first suggestions on the construction of Hartsfield I have from there.

    regards

    juergen

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    A truely talented listener

    Juergen,

    You've created a beautiful piece! Spectacular!

    Those compound miter cuts look scary....

    Enjoy!

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    rs237/juergen: beautiful piece of work. BUT I was expecting a beautiful young woman like in your first picture, but what do I get!? YOU.

    Any pictures of the components speakers that you plan to put in your new cabinet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rs237 View Post
    Rich,
    I will also make DIY anodising, it is cheaper than powder-coated. But it is very difficult to remove original color.

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    Juergen,
    Have you tried acetone. Or have them glass beaded

    I dont wish to sound a now-all or too critical.

    congrats again , Rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBLOG View Post
    Juergen,

    You've created a beautiful piece! Spectacular!

    Those compound miter cuts look scary....

    Enjoy!

    thanks JBLOG

    "Those compound miter cuts look scary...."

    What do you think how many have not passed , and in the oven arrived. It was a hot time.

    regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by RKLee View Post
    rs237/juergen: beautiful piece of work. BUT I was expecting a beautiful young woman like in your first picture, but what do I get!? YOU.

    Any pictures of the components speakers that you plan to put in your new cabinet?
    hello RKlee ,

    What am I not beautifull?.
    Yes more pictures, including the drivers will follow.

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    juergen

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    Quote Originally Posted by richluvsound View Post
    Juergen,
    Have you tried acetone. Or have them glass beaded

    I dont wish to sound a now-all or too critical.

    congrats again , Rich

    Rich ,

    Yes acetone and other chemicals (I know their names are not in English).Glass beaded, will probably be the only way.

    regards
    juergen

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    the next step

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    Gee Juergen, now I definitely want to come over and have a listen! Be-you-tiful!

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    Hello scorpio,

    Gladly, I would be glad.

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    Cool Anodized Black?

    Quote Originally Posted by richluvsound View Post
    Juergen,
    Have you tried acetone. Or have them glass beaded

    I dont wish to sound a now-all or too critical.

    congrats again , Rich
    If anodized, the accepted method is to use Easy-Off oven cleaner. I've used it with great results on anodized alloy wheels.
    Mike Scott in SJ, CA
    Drive 'em to the Xmax!

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    Hello 4343,

    the orginal black its Varnish ( powder coated ? ), not anodized.

    regards

    juergen

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