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    Clarification for those interested...

    (and in response to pm's from members on this...) my thinking was readers could use both the distance from baffle-left and distance from baffle-bottom to get a quasi X-Y coordinate of transducer centers. The center is where you would be positioning the router jig, hey? As example, the 2405 is 9" from baffle-left, and 34-1/4" from baffle-bottom. Make sense? This would reflect the most sensible way to replicate baffle-position related transducer imaging.

    Or, simply put:
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    Shots through the 2245H baffle opening

    First, straight in showing the back bracing and position of the network.

    Those are towels placed around the opening to rest the LF on.
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    Toward the left side (this is the RH cabinet).
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    Toward the right side (RH cabinet).
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    Looking up, toward the 2122H dog house.

    Bracing is 1" thick
    On back is 10-1/2" separation.
    On sides is positioned ~12-1/2" from base.
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    Hey Bo

    What is the center to center for the midrange horn to the slot center?? Great pictures!!

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    see: "across the 2405 and 2421B"

    Hey, Rob...

    You can see that in a post of like name. It's on the first "page" of this Thread.

    All measurements are made in from left-edge of baffle, and up from bottom-edge of baffle.
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    What about the Blue Paint ?

    Hi Bo

    Great pictures !!! I'm really enjoying them . I'm not planning on making 4345s , but I always do enjoy a peek under the hood . Since you have a lot of blue-faced wonders , is there any chance of you taking a small sample (box) to a paint store to get some computerized color matching info for the rest of us ( the DIY crowd ) ? I don't think in any of the past forums we've actually had a definitive on just what JBL blue actually is ( or maybe we did & I was AWOL that day ) . If the store needs a minimum purchase made - find out how much - PM me - & I'll consider financing this expedition through PayPal if possible .

    regards <> Earl K

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