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    Junior's 1400 Array XO's

    I have almost finished wiring up the last crossover, so I thought I would share some pics.

    They are Charged Coupled for 435Be's, 045Be's on an Array 1400 horn and an LE14H-3, designed by Robh3306.

    Currently the horns are on top of a Citation 7.4 sub cab and that gives the little bit bigger box for the woofer. I will be building cabs this summer (hopefully)!!
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    Very, very nice!


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    certainly a sparse landscape. very tidy indeed.

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    Done!

    Here are some underside shots. Thanks again for the hard work Rob, they do sound and image really nice!
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    A few more pics. Sorry marginal pics, just an old point and shoot camera.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JuniorJBL View Post
    A few more pics. Sorry marginal pics, just an old point and shoot camera.
    Yes, good work, for sure. I would bet the wire under the woofer xover chassis is wire pulled from the 4.7mH coil to reduce it down to 4.1. Good idea. Do you recall how many turns were removed, just by chance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidF View Post
    Yes, good work, for sure. I would bet the wire under the woofer xover chassis is wire pulled from the 4.7mH coil to reduce it down to 4.1. Good idea. Do you recall how many turns were removed, just by chance?

    Sorry David, I did not count.

    I used this:
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    Wow, those look good enough to leave out in the open air. Is that hammer tone paint on masonite?

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    The mounting plate is 1/4" MDF I had and the outside is some strips of oak scrap. Yes it is hammered paint.They will eventually be on the back of the cabs, vertically. I will be trying to get them done this summer.

    Thanks for all the comments!
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    They came out really nice! I am glad you like them. You did a great job

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