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    Unhappy XPL 200 info?

    I am doing the layout for my XPL 200A clones and have yet to get eyes on a XPL200 or XPL200A yet. I could really use some help. If someone even has a straight front photo with as little angle as possible and one shot straight down from the top. I am attempting to use the photos from the site with some difficulty. I would appreciate any help. I included a photo of what I am trying.

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    This is all that I have.
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    Here's a PDF of the specifications giving the outside dimensions.
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    Wow! in the time it took for me to figure out how to send my photo I had six replies. I plan on doing what Robh had suggested previously and scaling the images to draw up a baffle with the correct offsets. I am doing a full size paper template to help with the layout. Thanks for the help all. One thing that is going to be hard is the trapezoidal taper as seen looking straight down from the top. It will influence the total volume.

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    You have the overall width and depth. Scale the width of the back, center it on the front width. Half the difference combined with the depth gives you the taper.

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    Edit: For the bottom! Yes, I see. The rounding of the corners and the bezel-type thing on the front complicates it. Still, with some judicious adding and subtracting you should be able to come really close.
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    On Photo 3, I was trying to figure out what was on that photo that looks like an exposed wire draped on the left side. Then it hit me - the bane of my existance - cat hair. It obviously got on the scanner bed as it has into every other nook and cranny in my place. I swear, even though I vacuum regularly, there is enough cat hair floating around here to build another cat.
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    We had a poster, moniker "pasadena," who had some xpl200's. Maybe he is still reachable for some measurements.

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    Jim Henderson has also provided numerous XPL200 measurements.

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    Here's some info that I've gotten from several sources:

    XPL200 115H-1 Subenclosure

    10 x 7.4375 x 4.525
    336.546875 cubic inches
    0.19476 cubic feet
    1.1" thick front baffle
    6" diameter cutout
    7.5" diameter circle 0.475" deep in back of cutout
    -20.984857 cubic inches
    357.5 cubic inches total
    0.2069 cubic feet total

    093Ti to 115H-1 distance
    G.T. - 9.5"
    J.H. - 9.4375"

    093Ti frame bottom to slope
    0.875"

    115H-1 frame top to slope
    0.625"

    115H-1 offset from 093Ti
    1"

    046Ti frame top to enclosure top
    1-27/32" or 1-7/8"

    046Ti frame side to enclosure side
    4" from left, 6-1/2" from right

    Baffle Width
    15-15/16"
    Last edited by 4313B; 08-12-2004 at 04:30 PM.

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    Here's the URL for the owner's manual. It doesn't seem to be much help with the details of the cabinet, though it might be useful for other things. Forgive me if I'm stating the obvious, but they were sold in mirror-imaged pairs.

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    http://manuals.harman.com/JBL/HOM/Ow...l/XPL200om.pdf

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