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    Junior Member Darstas's Avatar
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    Talking Finished project Tad in 4560

    hi

    After many months I can listen music.
    4560,4001,1601a

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    Very impressive and clever integration

    What horn is it, eighteen sound?
    Are the 1601 and 4001 time aligned?
    What are your crossover frequencies and slopes?

    Could not you integrate the horn directly in the BR part of the 4560 (lower part of the upper 4560, upper part of the lower 4560) to push them closer together and have a better MTM coherency?

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    Hi pos

    Thanks

    I was afraid this application but sound is coherent.
    I used XTA crossover 18db 687hz Butterworth ,0.44ms delay for bass.
    Brook 2a3 for high and Carver Silver 7 for bass
    Horns are Iwata

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    Hi,
    This model ?

    http://www.horns.pl/iwata300wh4.html

    Stéphane
    Club double 16"
    "Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler"

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    hi Stéphane

    Yes

    Darek

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    I had to choice Iwata or wood horn Yuichi ,from wood horn is better vocal from plastic horn more details

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    For fun, try driving the woofers with solid state sometime. How is the low bass?

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    Thumbs up

    Very slick! Are those modified JBL cabs or custom built? Nice!

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    maxwedge
    This is original jbl cabs were in poor state.

    mikebake

    I wait when my solid state from service will return I will make test.
    Low bass is Ok but more deep was in my Westlake HR1 but not clean and quick asName:  Picture.jpg
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    Very, very nice... I love the juxtaposition between paint and veneer.

    I imagine a subwoofer would be a welcomed addition.


    Widget

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    almost like some of the more tasteful oriental lacquered furniture... (imho)

    for the relatively brief time I had a pair of 4650 cabs in my listening
    space, the impact was so overwhelming I didn't really miss truly deep
    bass (below 200Hz, I did EQ it up a bit). Hard for me to imagine what they
    would sound like stacked and in a smaller (presumably) space...

    That finish almost makes me reconsider their place-ability in a semi-normal
    living space

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    Truly an inspiring project . Love the tubes too

    Congratulations . Enjoy

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    Oh these look fantastic!
    Show us what ya got: Homebuilt Hi-Fi

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    Looking really good!

    I guess they can give you a brutal awakening with just a little touch on the volume.
    Johnny Haugen Sørgård

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    thanks for all answers.

    I look for interesting scheme passive crossovers for Tad, does somebody have clone Tad tn-1 or Rey audio rx-1

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