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    TAD Model 2402

    Hi there,
    Not strictly JBL but related, I'm a long fan of TAD loudspeakers and over a year ago set out to build a two way speaker similar to the TAD 2402.
    I've put my progress along the way in a blog that you can see here.
    http://sunshipaudio.blogspot.com/
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    Hi Sunship;

    Welcome to Lansing Heritage.

    That looks like good work with the potential for much enjoyment.

    I hope you share more here.

    All the best,
    Barry.
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    Thanks for your blog link also. I found the pictures very informative. Great Work

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    Impressive DIY skills. I'm in a similar wagon right now, waiting for TH-4001 clones to arrive. What woofer are you planning to use? 140l is not much cabinet volume - will you be using additional subs?

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    Horns

    Welcome

    Great work on the horn jigs. Thanks for postings the links. My favorite speaker has to be the David Lynch.

    Regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by Woody Banks View Post
    Welcome

    Great work on the horn jigs. Thanks for postings the links. My favorite speaker has to be the David Lynch.

    Regards
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    Nahhhhh..

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    I'm with the napoleonic mood:
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    Hi, I have finished my project, you can see it here:
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    Very nice speakers.

    Many fine photos on your page.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    Beautiful. I like the compartment for the amp.

    How do they sound?

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    Very nice. I love what you did.
    I love modular set-ups.

    Good job.

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    Lovely design!

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    wow lovely,
    please you tell us some more information on the crossover, a pattern?
    Can you share your drawings?
    I'd like you to do a copy of the legendary exclusive !!
    considerable
    kk

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