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    Proud of my 4313B / L96 clones

    This is the first pic of my 4313B / L96 clones. Paint is still a bit wet.

    I use stock L96 drivers, L96 networks modificated as 4313B networks (with bypass caps then ) and the L96 size cabinet which is a little deeper than the 4313 cab and therefore tuning is a bit lower.
    Thanks to Giskard for the input in this project.

    Looking forward to assemble them
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    Hey! Good stuff! Let us know how you like them.

    I'm still not bored with the little 10-inch 3-ways yet.
    It's been the longest love affair I've had with a JBL.

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    And you mirror imaged them too! Excellent!

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    Very Nice Guido !


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    Quote Originally Posted by Giskard
    And you mirror imaged them too! Excellent!
    Come on!

    How long did I hang around on this forum?

    My teachers did perfect work

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    Man that looks sooooooooo good! 4313Bs deeper? mmmmmmmm! Thats gonna be a nice pair!

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    Looks like rosewood veneer in the pics.


    Mighty pretty, whatever it is....

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    Those look nice!!

    Rob

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    Thank you!

    The color is a little mismatched at the pictures. I hate digital photography and all the problems with different color reproduction. It is the mighty walnut veener. My good old nikon would have taken the colors the right way.

    Assembling will take place sunday evening. This will be fun

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    Very Nice !!!

    Extremely nice job!!. The veneer is exotic looking.

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    Way Cool!

    Way to go Guido! I now a couple of examples to use for my 4313/L96 project!
    What are your port dimensions?

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    Hello Guido, the original 4313B for 1000 euros, here:



    http://cgi.ebay.fr/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...742970069&rd=1


    Herve M

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    Excellent, Guido,

    Hope the sound will be as good as they are looking !
    Take a look at Audio Technik (Lowther).

    Eckhard

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    Assembling finished

    So this is A speaker

    I like it. Unbelievable what bass is coming out of these little beasts.
    And I had long forgotten how nice a good dome tweeter can sound. Yummm
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    My test setup
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    Wow! Nice! Are you going to try some kind of grills also? 'Almost a shame to cover the speakers, though...

    John

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