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Let's build some scoops!

Yup, it's amazing what you can knock together with an old washing up liquid bottle and some sticky-backed plastic, so why not take a break from building that Warhammer Blood Marine battle fortress and try some of these bad boys instead!?... Paul C. the US Distributor of Saxrax products takes us on a short guided tour, complete with pictures and plans so you can build some of these scoops too!...

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Jan 2008 - This dancetech site has alot of sections, thousands of pages, but this pa section gets well over a million hits a year - almost all those visits are from new people - If you would like to add any type of article or video on building cabs or anything like that to do with PA or live gigging tech or lighting etc you get links to your company or site or whatever... this whole sections due for a re-write tbh, but on with the show anyway...

(the following text/section was written/started back in '97 or '98 and added to from time to time)




PA SYSTEMS INTRO

Well here we are.....PA is short for 'Public Address System', and comes originally from army bases, and factories/plants etc, before the advent of amplified gigs & clubs.Incidently, just a bit of historical stuff here: The first amplified rock concert given in the UK was by Tommy Steele believe it or not !!....er....

PA systems can be as simple as a mixer going into a pair of powered speaker cabs, all the way up to sodding great 100.000 watt modular systems. Whatever the system, the end desired result is to get the sound to the listener at an even level wherever they are positioned in the venue.

Speaker cabinets are designed to provide the loudest and most balanced sound for a given amplifier input, and utilise different designs to do this depending on the cabinets intended job. Matching the speakers to the cabinet volume & resonance is one criteria, and cabinet design can cause the outgoing sound to be dispersed widely at a short distance for venues such as a small club, or to project the sound a long distance, such as when one wishes to project a sound to the center and back of a large concert hall or venue. Getting the right cabinet design & positioning makes all the difference.



SOUND DISPERSAL



Ok.... In a big venue, obviously the requirements for a PA sound system are going to be different to that of a system in a small club, even though the volume may actually be higher in the club in proportion to the system used by the large venue.

Above, is a picture of a typical large venue system. The main PA contains the Bass stacks... As you probably know, bass sounds are omni-directional, we dont really percieve them as coming from a directional source as much as higher frequencies... So the bass bins radiate bass out and around the venue....

The lower & upper mid-range stacks, and tweeter/treble units in the main PA are 'LONG-THROW'... designed to penetrate to the back of the hall as well as possible... but this can leave a dead spot around the center, so to re-inforce the signal at the back & center of the hall, overhead 'Flyers' of mid-range & treble/tweeter units are 'Flown' above the main PA angled downward... These units' cabinets and treble units are of a 'SHORT-THROW' design, and fill out the sound nicely, creating a reasonable balance throughout the venue !

For smaller live venues the main PA would be comprised of soley 'Short-Throw' units... Medium venues would be well covered by a mix of Long & Short-throw units.



On this picture, you can see a typical club efficient system....The bass-bins pump out bass to the floor, whilst the top end and mid-range is handled by 'Flown' units suspended around the dance-floor. Treble end frequencies are easily absorbed by soft matter such as humans !!... so by flying the top-end units above the floor angled downward, and then balancing the mix between Bass and Mid/Treble end with an active cross-over or graphic, you can keep the music crisp and pumping. I have to say, that this is an art not too difficult to achieve, yet it seems to elude alot of club owners..... The amount of times my friggin' ears get wrecked by over-the-top treble ended systems really shags me off.....which is why I'm usually dancing somewhere around the back or sides of the main dance-floor, or right up front with my head in the bass-bins....in fact, anywhere to escape the horrible sizzling, ear-frying treble !!




As I said above....Higher frequencies are more directional, and become more so the higher you go... The directional characteristics of a sound is known as the 'BEAM' as for a car head-light... and Tweeters are the most directional of all.

'Bullet' tweeters give great projection over distances, but have a very narrow conical 'Beam'... You can use 'Slot' Tweeters as an alternative, which give much greater width of dispersion, but don't carry the treble sound very far.



Horizontal dispersion with 'Bullet' tweeters (Conical H.F pattern 'Long-Throw')



Horizontal dispersion using 'Slot' tweeters (Broadbeam HF pattern 'Short-Throw')

DIFFERENT CABINETS-TYPES OR 'ENCLOSURES'

Ok... outside of the odd mega-complex design theories out there, most cabinets or 'Enclosures' fall into 3 basic types:

  • SEALED BOX (infinate Baffle)
  • TUNED REFLEX
  • HORN LOADED


SEALED BOX / INFINATE BAFFLE

The simplest of all, being a straight.....er....sealed box !!....Just like your average hi-fi speaker. Because there is no way for the air behind the speaker to escape, this design offers the greatest 'damping' effect on the back of the speaker cone. This can be good to get the most out of the speakers power handling, but usually bottom end bass-response is lower than with other designs.... So to build a bassy sealed-unit requires a damned big box !!!

REFLEX ENCLOSURE

Ok.....these units add an open port or vent to allow air to escape from inside the box....The size of the port is critical to the 'Tuning' of the system. What you get with a reflex design, is greater bass from smaller box sizes, so this technique is often used by small hi-fi manufacturers to get some 'Oooomph' into the bottom end of their speakers.

HORN LOADED

These units are used for bass and bottom mid only, there are various designs such as the 'W' Bin......and they are all extremely complicated to design.....but basically, the inside of the cabinet contains chambers and tunnels, often combined with reverse mounted or angle-mounted drivers, designed to 'Throw' the bass out over distances. They are used where good high-frequency extended bass response and excellent directivity is required for large venues.


So... That's a few basics... To build up your own system, it's probably best to begin with 'Full-Range' modular cabinets... 'Full-Range' means the cabinets contain Bass, Mid & Treble speaker units, kinda like a massive hi-fi speaker... you can multiply these as you expand by simply lining them up side by side... All you need to go with the Left & Right cabs is a decent stereo power amp, say between 250 & 500 watts per channel, and your decks & mixer !!

If you want to expand further from there, you can add dedicated bass-bins, and switch to a 'Bi-Amped' system.


BI-AMP SYSTEM

Right... Bi-amping.... nope, it ain't an amp that likes to shag other amps of both genders!... It simply means you split the signal coming from the mixer into 2 frequency ranges..

Bass / Lower-mid & Upper-mid / - AND - Treble... simple huh?... Most hi-fi type & nearfield type speakers with a bass/mid & treble tweeter split off the treble to the tweeter at around 10K.....but how d'you do that?.... Well, you need to use a cross-over unit.



CROSS-OVERS

Ok... There are two types of cross-over - Passive & Active - both types split the incoming signal into component parts of different frequencies according to the units design and intended use. The cross-over allows the frequencies in a full-range incoming signal to be distributed to the correct type of speaker that can utilise the signal best by operating within it's intended bandwidth.

The other function of the cross-over, is to protect against speaker damage that can occur when low frequencies are fed to midrange & treble units.

PASSIVE

A passive cross-over, is the type as you have inside your hi-fi speakers. It is a bunch of electrical components mounted on a curcuit-board that need NO power supply.

ACTIVE

An active cross-over is an electronic device, (usually rack-mounting), which is connected between the mixer & power amps. The frequency spectrum is split before it is amplified, and each loudspeaker recieves it's own correct bandwidth of sound delivered by it's own dedicated amp.


Ok... Crossover points are to an extent determined by the speaker cabinet design, but are mainly influenced by the type and design of speakers used.... But here are the usual cross-over frequency ranges for the various typical system...

2 way system bass to treble 3 kHz - 5 kHz
3 way system bass to mid
mid to treble
500 Hz - 1.5 kHz
3 kHz - 5 kHz
4 way system bass to low-mid
low-mid to mid
mid to treble
200 Hz - 400 Hz
800 Hz - 1.5 kHz
3 kHz - 5 kHz
super-tweeter - 5 kHz - 10 kHz






ROLL YER OWN!

Oh yes!... Cos what you really want to know is...."How do I make one?"... correct?... Well, the cabinet plans at the top right of this page is some stuff just for you i scanned from an old Fane book I got at a car-boot sale for 50p... I have added a plan for a basic 'Full-Range' enclosure that can be used to build a cool system. All you have to do is build 2 of these babies to get off the ground... You can then upgrade by building another pair so you have 4 cabinets in total... One pair with a decent stereo power amp should be plenty fine for some serious party sounds, then just add more units... Each cabinet can be made from one sheet of 8' X 4' timber... So before you click for the plans, read this page about construction methods. I've done alot of wood & construction stuff, even a few studio's, the notes & construction tips are taken from my own woodworking experience based on looking at the plans.

Lastly I'd like to add... I'm not an acoustic's 'tech-bot'... These may not be 'State-of-The-Art' etc... 'latest design technology' etc... but that aint the essence of any TRUE 'Dance' music vibe to me... For me it ALL comes from squat-parties & warehouse-parties, house-parties, sounds, community-center jams, street-jams, small clubs etc etc... These boxes follow the fixed laws of acoustics well enuff for that scene... they just aint like for your Tina-Turner concert tho !!...

So I just thought these plans would be useful to bang up some boxes of a weekend for those kinda activities... When we were starting we had like some crappy 200 watt DJ-unit with speakers ting... big but crappy with an amp... we thought it was superb, you could blast anyones cheezy hi-fi away for parties, so you get asked to do parties endlessly!! :-) .. THAT is the whole flippin idea of having a little sound!... serious... some people start off at school or college with a few crappy but LOUD boxes they knocked up, and play parties after parties, and in a few years they are doing a club etc... Thinking back, I can remember the sound of that system we had... it was well off, and boxxy as hell !!, but it had BASS & THUMP!!... & it was loud!



Boxes like the ones in the plans on this page will make are a BIG step up from that sort of cheap 'disco' kit we used to play parties with... and in quantity, adding units together, these designs can fuel a decent sound just fine; well up to playing house-parties, smaller-clubs & warehouse gigs etc... and when you go to those sort of gigs this is the sort of boxes you hear :-)



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We'd like to see more use of the PA/Gigging/Live forum for questions and chatting, so we're adding in a Link here 'cos we just realised there is no link in the PA-Section (*sigh*)

There's so little PA resources on the www, so feel free to join the forum and lets try and build it up - With our forums you can add file-attachments to forum posts if you are registered, so plans or pictures etc can be added with posts!!

Alternatively, leave some user comments on this page via the form below...





COMMENTS FOR:

'PA page for noobs'


There are a total:  275  comments posted to this page.


Name: Disco Stu
Email: studarl@hotmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Would anyone like the plans for a compact bandpass bass cabinet i designed for the EMINENCE DELTA 12LF?

40-120Hz. Would be good for compact but loud bass guitar or small compact bass bin for PA. I dont usually like eminence but this driver is an exception to the rule seems to work wonders in any box! Email me if you're interested



Stuart


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Name: stuart
Email: studarl@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Trying to answer a few questions at once. For all the people who want folded horns goto www.speakerplans.com they have plans for compact bass horns which chuck out a whole lotta bass when loaded with the right drivers. secondly for dave the bass player who wants 33Hz at ful SPL id go for either a bandpass enclosure or a reflex loaded with a beyma 21". Again look on speakerplans for the bandpass design (184 sub). Id usually recommend Precision Devices for bass but the 21" PD doesnt work as well in a reflex as the beyma 21" does. Finally to the person who wants better sound from either a full range or bi amped system ive never had any problem with muddy sound when using a full range enclosure. May i suggest you try a different enclosure i find a single 15 and compression driver works well with about 400w a side for a smallish venue. 2 x 15 + horn CAN sound a bit muddy. Also try using a bigger rig for the bass player onstage if you can, meaning you have to put less bass through the main PA. You should get a better sound that way. One other tip is use good drivers with strong magnets like PDs and Beyma and try not to use Eminence if you can help it. Eminence are ok if you're going to underpower them but at the most only put their rated value through them or they wont last very long.



Good luck



Stu


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Name: lil daddy
Email: andray_24@yahoo.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

I want to build two 2x18" sub cabinets. Do you have any plans for either horn or front loaded/w rectangle port. We have a dance floor now and it may has anywhere from 50-75 people on it dancing and we need mord low end. I hope you can help and if so, please send the plans to andray_24@yahoo.com. Thank you P.S. if you need to contact me the number is18-631-1694


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Name: ThreeBee
Email: mine to know...
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

THE PLANS ON THIS SITE IS FOR SMALL CLUB, BAR OR PARTY SYSTEMS. OLD PLANS THAT WORK, BUT YOU CAN GO MUCH MEANER... FOR ALL OF YOU NAAIERS THAT WANT NICE DESIGNS, GO TO THE FOLLOWING ADRESSES!



SPEAKERPLANS.COM : http://www.btinternet.com/~speakerplans/sp/

(+ CHECK OUT THE LINKS PAGE)



P&B-AUDIO : http://www.pbaudio.nl/Techcorner/construction.asp



BEYMA SPEAKERS DESIGN MANUAL : http://www.beyma.com/

(GO TO THEIR PRODUCTS PAGE AND CLICK ON THE LINK IN THE TOP RIGHT HAND CORNER - PDF FILE)


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Name: Detard
Email: aintgot1@dontry.bang
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

You want designs for 18"ers. go to speakerplans.com

There are some fat squat rigs there.


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Name: Hugo Biermann
Email: hugobiermann@thepub.co.za
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

If there is anyone out there who have built one of these scoops and maybe used EV DL15X drivers inside, can you let me know how it sounds... Please. I have two of these drivers lying around in my room. I'm dont want to spend the money to build the bins to find out that it sounds crap.


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Name: John T. Foley
Email: falcore@ix.netcom.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Great site. Any plans to put out plans for contruction of Guitar and Bass cabinets? I am a Bass player with a carpentry hobby.


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Name: Disco Stu
Email: studarl@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hi hugo, Scoop bins, as you may already know, have 2 main peaks one around 40Hz and the other at around 120Hz. This is cos the driver is out of phase with the scoop. The hole in between can be up to -20dB in places so if you fancy boosting those frequencies to get a smoother response then go for it but i would much rather stick those nice EVs in a folded horn or reflex (i havnt got TS paramaters of that driver so i cant suggest which cab would be better). As to the scoops on this site i would suggest you steer clear of them. If anyone wants to make a reasonable sounding scoop bin then as iv suggested before go 2 speakerplans.com. I will admit im not a pro but i do have a passion for the best sound possible and frankly any scoop iv heard jus dont make the cut!

Best wishes

Stu


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Name: Dan Carter
Email: danielcarter@mindspring.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

How about some plans for wedge type floor monitors? I need some bad. I've got 4 different 15" speakers and tweeters that need boxes!


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Name: Hugo Biermann
Email: hugobiermann@thepub.co.za
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Thanx, Stu. The DL15X's are actually fullrange drivers, but delivers such a lot of punchy bass... I downloaded the DL ranges cabinet design handbook thing and they do say that you can use it in a reflex bin... Anyway, I have already started building cabs for them. 90L boxes - two way desing. I live in South-Africa and have only seen one or two scoops standing around at places, have never heard any... Thats why i asked, but thanx for the advice!


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Name: disco stu
Email: studarl@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hi if anyone is thinking of building any speaker cabinets and you need to work out the volume of the box you will need, take a look at

http://www.linearteam.dk

they have a program called winisd which will calculate sealed, reflex, or bandpass boxes, particularly useful when building bass bins! Just punch in the TS parameters of the speaker or select 1 from the database and youre away! Best part is its free!


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Name: john
Email: jbandelow@btopenworld.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

dam good site best i have seen .

can anybody tell me where the hell i can get a passive sub X over for a fane colossus powered w bin ill be pumping about00w throngh it people have said it can only be done with an active X over but im also running a set of full range speakers from the same amp (mackie m2600fr) any help would be appreciated thanks


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Name: Pete
Email: www.asteroid32"hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Where can i get decent raw pA cones. I really enjoy buildin my own enclosures but cant find nethin rerally decent to put in em? Ne advice?


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Name: Luis
Email: xluis4@yahoo.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

hey ,this site is off tha hook! i like building speaker box's, but i put them in my car though .do you have some kind of plans for a speaker box bout 20x20? to put 4 speakers in there...2- 12" and 2-15" well let me know keep it up.


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Name: gray wilson
Email: wilson_gray@hotmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

does anyone know where I can find plans for a JBL 4560 folded enclosure? Thanks


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Name: Adam Sanderson
Email: apsanderson@ntlworld.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Great site, has answered just aboutall the questions I had. Have utilised some of your plans for single 12" units (x2) and they work a treat. Thanks a lot!


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Name: mark
Email: rfkvl1@juno.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

just finished building a couple eliminator w-bins with single 15 in each cabinet. they are amazing. for anyone thinking about buildin their own, it took me about a month because tolerances are zero, but they were worth it.


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Name: tom
Email: djtom@raves.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

this is a wicked site cheers mate


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Name: Vincent Boschet
Email: v.boschet@tu-bs.de
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Interested in circuit plans ?

(amps, crossover, PA)

check out

http://members.aol.com/vinboschet


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Name: Gael
Email: gestorter_reliebter@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

hi,

i've saw your 2x12" speaker box but i have a question, does I can make a Port on the Box and what can be the size???


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Name: livewire
Email: livewire@trini.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I am intrested in building EAW's SB1000 can anyone help with the plans...


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Name: Vincent Boschet
Email: v.boschet@tu-bs.de
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hi !

Everyone, who's interested in circuit-plans,

related to PA, (amps, crossover...)

check out my page at

http://members.aol.com/vinboschet

anyone got plans for a folded horn, using only one 15" ?


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Name: Terry
Email: thend@hsonline.net
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

i have some blueprints for many of the JBL bass horns.

there is a W bin that is loaded with an 18", and is easy to build.

if anyone is interested, i will scan them and put them on this site.

Terry


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Name: Terry Henderson
Email: thend@hsonline.net
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I have been looking for other people interested in building there own sound systems.

i build my own for live sound and would like to communicate with others that are interested.

thanks

Terry Henderson


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Name: peter
Email: royaldoll@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Have a pair of speakers with 12´and I recently bought a pair of MGR 12´ elements...Put them into a 180 L sub with ports and Whips...You got a big subwoofer with two 12´for about 100$ because the elements costed almost nothing...But they definately sound!!! Many things on my walls have fallen down and gone "el broko" because of those... :)


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Name: Thorsten
Email: thorsten@tnt-audio.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Yo Cool Dudettes and Dudes,



This rock's (oops, Tekkno's).... Now one request. For people who like some real BASS at home the Scoop Bi'd driven by a 12" Driver are real cool.



Could you make the 12" Scoop Bin available for these????



I think these might also be interesting for a Bass-Player....


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Name: Kristian --Partyfabrikken, Norway
Email: j,j
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Great Page!!!Keep Going.


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Name: Vincent Boschet
Email: v.boschet@tu-bs.de
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Great side, there ain't a lot of PA / Audio Pages

on the web !

What about some circuit plans for high power amps ?

I'm looking for the circuit plans for 300 W RMS into

8 Ohms...


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Name: Jim DeSario
Email: jprogo@earthlink.net
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Cool page. Been looking for a while for something like this.Looking to build a small PA for my band that would incorporate 1-18" and two 4-10" cabs on each side. I hate running speaker wires so I'm looking to mount amps in the Sub Cabs. Any forseen problems with this mode of thought?


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Name: Robbie Goldman
Email: rrgoldman@juno.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

i am wanting to build stage monitor speakers and need plans can you help


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Name: Tim
Email: raleys@bellsouth.net
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Love your projects. How about doing some stage

monitors.


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Name: Herbert C.Eaton
Email: littleboyblue82456@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I work with a Chorch Pa


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Name: Dave
Email: djcacreasy@optusnet.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

great site, but I'm searching for a bass cabinet design that will allow me to use the full range of my 5 string bass guitar. I need a speaker/cabinet that will handle about 33Hz at full Spl.

Any comments or plans please


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Name: disco stu
Email: studarl@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Im gonna say what alot of others have been saying W-BINS PLEASE!!!!!!! either 15s or 18s it doesnt matter which! if any1 has found any plans or has any please email me!


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Name: Bob Smith
Email: thevisitbobsmith@netscape.net
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

After building two of your cabinets for subs in my Rock and Roll PA, I returned to your sight to build a kick butt bass cabinet for our bass player. I couldn't believe how much it had expanded. Thanks for the ultimate independent artist sight!!!!


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Name: BOB CONRAD
Email: bob121659@aol.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

HI GUYS,

I WAS WONDERING IF YOU MIGHT HAVE THE PLANS FOR THE OLD H&H FOLDED HORN 15 BASS CAB

THANKS, BOB CONRAD


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Name: IAN ROSSITER
Email: theentertainer@eircom.net
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

HELLO FELLO SPEAKER MANIACS. I AM TRYING TO TRACK DOWN THE PLANS FOR A SUBWOOFER THAT WAS IN AN EMINENCE DESIGN BOOK FROM ADAM HALL. THE DESIGN I'M LOOKING FOR IS A TANDEM TUNED SUBWOOFER THAT IS LOADED WITH TWO 15in EMINENCE SPEAKERS. I MADE THE 12in VERSION OF THESE AND THE SOUND FROM THEM WAS ABSOLUTELY INCREDIBLE. IF YOU CAN HELP ME PLEASE DROP ME A LINE.


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Name: Eric MORATA
Email: musicpartnersorganisation@wanadoo.fr
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

I am 47 years old and musicians on HAMMOND ORGAN, you know! I still record with JB speakers and so play on stage for concert show the more possible with JBL SPEAKERS, realy the best. I have old but very nice in good use 4818 sub with E155 AND SON 4530 AND 4560. Your idea of this site is very good, best regards ERIC


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Name: kel
Email: rm_sl@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

great..... but i need design of folded horn, w-bins 4 outdoor....


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Name: Max Toynbee
Email: conquering_munkie@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

does this message thing really work?? anyways, i was wondering how much you think the starter set would cost to build, my calculations have lead me to belive they're gonna cost me £393.04 and that is before i've bought an amp. I thought they'd be cheaper and that price is using MDF and eminence drivers. Regards. Max


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Name: Graham
Email: graham_mitchell@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Does anyone know where I can get BAF? What type of store?

How much should I pay? Wilmslow audio is selling it for 6 pounds a metre!

They are rip-off merchants, so it probably costs 60p a metre if you know where to go.

Can anyone help?



Graham


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Name: Tony Leo
Email: ad.leo@helanta.sh
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I love the look of your equipment. I play in a band on a very small island in the South Atlantic Ocean. St. Helena. I really need a small PA System for PUB use. I take no money for playing. How cheap can I get one?

Thanks. Tony Leo.


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Name: Patrick Andrews
Email: bendiddyilo@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

right, I just made a pair of 2 x 12" bass cabinets. Each driver has a 300w rms rating and they are parallel wired.

- Would the maximum overall input power be 300w rms or 600w rms? I really need a quick response as I have to buy an amp soon. Thanx for the great site, has been very useful. Patrick.A


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Name: Michael
Email: club_intro@yahoo.se
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hi great site.

i have some trubel "getting my gear together.

I have the following(al speakers are celecstion)

2 sr1 8ohm 350w rms top speakers,

2 SR1mk2 4ohm 350w rms top speakers,

2 CR181 8ohm00w continues power bas cabs,

2 selfmade celestion B15-600 8ohm 600w rms bas cabs.

1 SR1 system controler Crosover point 150hz,

1 SR1mk2 system controler crosover point 200Hz.

1 t.amp 1050

1 t.amp 2400

I wunder how the hell i can get the most out of my system, and what aditional stuff i shuld try to get first.

I am very happy for any help.


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Name: stephen moffatt
Email: s_moffatt2@yahoo.co.uk
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

hello there, have you any idea where i'd find detailed drawings of the "court acoustics black box" enclosers?

stephen


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Name: Rohan
Email: rohancallander@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

can anyone send me some GOOD plans and suggestions for a three-way, 15" 12" piezo cabinet.

thank you


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Name: vinssound
Email: chestcrushingsound@yahoo.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

hey, i confused to select the 18 inch W_bins or 18 inch scoop bins. so please tell me which i can used for punch and great bass effect for road shows and discos, parties.


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Name: Ors
Email: ors_valkai@yahoo.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Men you rock!!


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Name: Babette
Email: tappins@ntlworld.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Why the swearing? You are putting off customers who just want to buy good quality stuff at a reasonable price! There's just no need for it.


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Name: Pong
Email: pongv@digitelone.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

This is a great and very informative sight. But can anyone provide me with a plan for a 15" and 18" W bins? I would greatly appreciate it. thanks. Pong


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Name: payson
Email: payson@ev1.net
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

I have an SWR410 bass cab. I changed it from rear ported (5"x5"deep), plugged it up air tight, took the horn out & ported the front (3.5" hole), port tapers to 3" on the inside extending" inside. To get the most effeciency, how deep into the cabinet should the new port extend into cabinet? If I cut the hole to 4", how deep should a 4" port extend into the cab? Would a 4" port give more volume, bass...? I want the bass to extend into the audience as far as possible when not running thru the mains. CAB DEMENSIONS: 23"x23"x18"d. Can't do"x5" in front, speakers to close together. Any info you have to make this cab perform it's best would be greatly appreciated!


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Name: louis woodroffe
Email: louwood_2004@yahoo.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

today is 24 th aug 04, does anybody ever visit this site? I need tose specs urgently, help somebody


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Name: Mike.e
Email: osmium_thumb@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I dont think I have ever really driven them to capacity.The nice thing about the push pull iso-baric design is that it halves the size of the enclosure.

Isobariks are -3db efficiency too dont forget


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Name: NoToRiouZ Kr3
Email: notoriouz_kr3@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hi - anyone with plans for 1x15" Folded horn Cabs (plan to use eminence kappa LFs but an upgrade to PD 156 or Beyma is planned eventually)

email us at notoriouz_kr3@hotmail.com


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Name: swa hendrickx
Email: swa@swakke.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hi,

I have developed an audio player for my autistic son. He is very good with music and now I want to build him a complete DJ set. For the speakers I would prefer the 2 X5" FULL-RANGE MODULAR CABINET that you propose on this site. Because I am a hobbyist and do not know a lot of speaker systems, I apreciate your advise for the brands and description of the speakers and wich pre-build cross over I can use.

Many thanks, and you can always look at my program on www.swakke.com


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Name: Dave
Email: thud@india.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

If you want any of these cabs built, or any upto date cabinets, give me a shout, huge range of awesome cabs, ready to be built to order. Fane, PD, Eminence & much more at the best prices in the UK!! If you want high-end, high-spec PA cabinets then call me first, why pay £3k for a turbo or funktion cab.


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Name: Jim
Email: jsaurman@ hotmail. com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

If anyone has any PA questions I would be happy to try to answer them. I have been a soundman for 17 years and have been through almost every situation imaginable, so I can probably help you out with any problems you may be having.


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Name: Erik Andersen
Email:
epoandersen@shaw.ca
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I must have been asleep at the switch earlier today. I told you about a pair of ported band pass subs. Well they are an iso-baric push pull pair.Totally sealed off but for the ports. One is wired reverse of the other, on opposite sides of the baffle.600 watts,rms. I dont think I have ever really driven them to capacity.The nice thing about the push pull iso-baric design is that it halves the size of the enclosure.The box is only just wide and long enough to enclose the 2-12s.

15.5wide x 27.5long x 18.5deep.Outside dimensions.

Incredible bottom end from small boxes.

Erik, Canada.


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Name: Erik Andersen
Email: epoandersen@shaw.ca
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Great site. I was reading Ishtek, and realised how poorly my hard earned JBL and Eminence speakers were performing in the ported reflex bins I had made.I want new bins by the spring, and with all the browseing that I have done, exponential horns are the way to go.I run 4 altec 808-8a tops, ported band pass subs(I made), the low mid bass was getting lost in the crowd. I have learned a lot from a few great sites on the internet,yours being one.

Erik, Canada.


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Name: Riddim Unit
Email: conquering_munkie@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

i built a pair of full range reflex cabs loaded with some twin cone 12" emience Beta 12LT drivers. I now want to expand my system by biulding some simple 15" bass reflex bass bins and maybe some simple horn boxes for the top end. Does anyone know of any better designs to build for simple bass bins, bearing in mind i hope to add 18" scoop bins in the future. Cheers.


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Name: Sam Nicholls
Email: sam@thebaysrivendell.freeserve.co.uk
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hello all! I am wondering if anyone can help me? I am considering building a stage monitor used for foldback in the Theatre. I have a design at the moment which is best suited for a 12" driver. I am using a 10" driver and wondered how to scale it down correctly? I am using the tuned reflex system!! Can you help? Thanks.


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Name: Dave Wilson
Email: scratchyp@india.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

I am a pro cabinet maker/sound engineer by way of work, i run a small company manufacturing loudspeaker cabinets, studio racks/furniture etc, etc. in west sussex U.K.

I think the site is o.k, but the designs are now very dated! some of the designs will never die as they are fundamentaly correct designs. However, cabs such as the rear folded horns, scoops and horn loaded mid-high packs have advanced greatly. I have a web-site under construction at present, soon to be available to all, in the mean time, for the latest designs, e-mail me and you will not look back!!


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Name: Disco Stu
Email: studarl@hotmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Having built several sound systems now i can share with you my construction tips and findings! When you start try not to cut corners cos you'll end up paying for it later. Spend the money and buy all the right bits and you wont ever have to rebuild or touch up your cabs. I have hopefully budgeted everything that you will need using trusty maplin to supply all the bits you can get it cheaper in other places if you search tho. On top of all your Speaker Drivers, Compression Drivers/Tweeters, Wood and Crossovers you will need: -

Speaker Grilles between £1.99-£4.99 each

Speaker Grille Clamps £1.99 for 4

Corners - the plastic interlocking type work best and it means you dont need feet on your cabinets aswell £3.99 for 4

Handles - relative for the size of cabinet the metal sprung recessed handles i find best 99p-£5.99 each

Cabinet Covering - Either paint or speaker box covering carpet or buffalo hyde finishes £Variable

Cabinet input connecter - Jack or Speakon £2ish each

Castors - On bass bins or heavy cabinets £14.99 for 2

Speaker Cab Top hat - For speakers which sit on stands £7.99 each

Loudspeaker Cabinet Wadding - This goes inside the cabs to deaden the resonances inside the box for bass bins attach to the rear wall top and both sidewalls. For Fullrange Cabs or Mid Tops just the rear wall is adequate £1.99 for 1/2m length

Wiring - Good old mains cable is fine and especially good if you run your amps into 2ohm loads as it handles the high current that is produced in these situations

Bolts and Tee nuts to hold the speakers and speaker grilles on around £15

Glue and Screws - need i explain what these are for? £20-30

I think ive covered everything add up all the figures and add them to the price of your existing components and you will have a total estimate for the project. Good Luck



Stuart


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Name: Stuart Darling
Email: studarl@hotmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hi check out my new site it has some free and some purchasable designs on it and steadily growing keep checking back from time to time!



www.darlingaudio.tk



Thanks

Stuart


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Name: rick
Email: rickjose@ican.net
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

great suuff!!

Would you happen to have spec for JBL W bins, 18"??


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Name: AYDIN
Email: acengiz@ispro.net.tr
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

hi

I need8" subbass cabinet plans

thks


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Name: Jose Tena
Email: josemariatena@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I would like to have the blueprints for a 4x12 closed speaker cab. Can anyone tell me where I can get one?


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Name: Alex Stephens
Email: hall8358@ccountry.net
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Me to, I am intrested in building EAW's SB1000 can anyone help with the plans...


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Name: Ricky T
Email: shplot@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I'm in a band, and we're gettin pretty good these days and are about to invest in a pa system!

Well we're opting for the HK Elias 1.2k system. There is some difference of opinion however regarding how many people it will cater for well. Some say 250 and some say more like 100.

Could sombody please tell me the real answer?!

Greatly appreciated :@)


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Name: Jr. Woodroffe. Trinidad w. i.
Email: louwood_2004@yahoo.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Looking for building specs. on Martin

Audio bass horn, old model.

Square one with speakers mounted on the side 2x15" bass speakers


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Name: Andy
Email: kidwhite5@yahoo.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

I'm trying to find plans to build an single 18" W Cabinet. OAP and JBL both used to make them but all I can find online are ones by Sonic(http://www.sonicspeaker.com/18w.htm) but they don't have any plans.


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Name: Jr. Woodroffe. Trinidad W.I.
Email: louwood_2004@yahoo.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Great site , Glad I found it.

In the 80's and 90's used to build lots of speaker enclosures and equipment cases. Wish there was live chat.


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Name: Santi
Email: iago999@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I need draws, technical information, ... to build my own speakers. Please if you have something that I need send me an e-mail with txt file or pdf file that contains this info.



Thanks!!!!!!!& sorry for my english


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Name: Destiny_Sound
Email: notoriouz_kr3@hotmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Has anyone got any Plans for a

Folded horn loaded with Precision Devices 122's


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Name: darkm4n
Email: darkm4n@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Sunt din bucuresti , sunt Roman si sunt super interesat de colaborare in domeniu acesta .. am 14 ani . please email me !


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Name: mike wallace
Email: gitfiddle@ukonline.co.uk
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I have a 140 watt p.a. mixer head and a 200 watt power amp, can i plug the outputs from the head into the inputs of the power amp and get increased output power.

cheers, Mike


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Name: Ray Mc Areavey
Email: raymcareavey60@yahoo.co.uk
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I have used for years bose 302s.Iheard Mackies in the states and was impressed.Can you recommend speakers to be twinned with a thomann T1400 power amp that would give a good kick? Our gigs can range from 50 ---400 people.


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Name: mohammed alsudani
Email: malsudani2003@yahoo.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

prices for all SPARE tweetar (JBL - LEM - PEAVEY-MONTARBO-..)or others spare parts

thank u for services


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Name: syb
Email: siebeboot13@hotmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

how famous is the DAP PALLADIUM serie, and how well is it


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Name: disco stu
Email: studarl@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Minutes after my last post i checked out Hugo Biermanns recommendation of www.pbaudio.nl/techcorner they have designs for both 15 and 18 W Bins! Hurrah! Thanks Hugo....now how to translate it all?..hmm...


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Name: disco stu
Email: studarl@hotmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

I have some high quality custom built cabs for sale. They are 13 laminate ply and are loaded with 2 Eminence Beta 10s (250W each) and a CTS Powerline Tweeter Driver (400W) on a 10"x4" Horn. Power Handling is 400W into 4ohms. Really fantastic clean balanced sound would be great for solo gigs or mid/top in a band PA. Only used the cabs twice. Selling because, ever the perfectionist, i have already upgraded my system. The cost to build these was over £500 as they are still AS NEW the selling price is a meagre £300 check out www.darlingaudio.tk for pictures



Thanks!


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Name: Jeremiah Walker 3Dynamo
Email: jwalk05@msn.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

I need plans for a 2 18 sub cabinet. I plan to used Eminence Speakers .Can you help or steer me to a Web site with those kinds of plans. Help please


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Name: gedge
Email: jungalism@yahoo.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

does anyone have designs for a 2x12" mid cab that is different to the one on this site, the one with curved interior that hides most of the drivers

the speakers are parrellel one on top of the other


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Name: Daniel
Email: matzing@aol.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I am looking to finish the sound system in my boat. (a little differant then what i have found on this page), but any one who can offer advice please email me with your in put.

I am looking for a fifth order incloser (Ported) I want to run (4) 8" subs at about 2 OHMS. Each driver will run a seperate sealed encloser. but that is all i know, Please respond with any input.


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Name: Paul Arvin
Email: paularvin@aol.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hey, I'm a part-time musician. We play small to medium size gigs. The PA system drives me absolutly nuts. Full Range seems to be muddy and boomy and Bi-Amping seems to be thin and not Fat enough. Two things I would like to know....

1) Are three way speakers an effective way to get an all around sound without alot of equipment ? ...and..

2) What's the best way to Tune the cross-over?

I've enjoyed the reading material offered here. It beats the hell out of the trial and error methods Ive been using.

Thanks...

A struggul'n Band guy..


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Name: dan
Email: dmagers@texoma.net
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

great stuff... but I too need plans for an 18" folded horn for outdoor use.


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Name: Phineas
Email: phza666@aol.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hey man, this is a great site, but i was really lookin for my 2 12" JL subs in my car, i wanted to copy the bose home woofer system(the fifth wave level sytem, i think), if you got any ideas, please, email me, i cant find diagrams anywere, i used to be able to find them all over


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Name: udayan
Email: udayan@cheerful.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

great site will keep in touch


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Name: Stewart
Email: atciguana@aol.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I am interested in building a 4x12 speaker cabinet for my guitar rig. I am using the plans of the 4x10 cabinet as a blue print for directions. What are the differences between cabinets built for sound systems and rigs? Can I expect moderate or greater results, or will I have to find a whole new set of plans? Any info would be great, and I love this web page!!! I've been searching for a couple of weeks, and this is the closest I've come to finding myt holy grail. Thanks a ton.



Stewart


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Name: Carl Powers
Email: ghstwynd@aol.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Great page! I'm a musician, I need plans to guitar cabs also, but you answered all my PA questions... I also need to know how to figure ohms and how to get the correct ohms If I build a cab for my guitar amp, I need to get 8Ohms, but how do I do that?


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Name: jerker johansson
Email: studio_coverup@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

hello!

I wonder if you know any good doc. or site there I can

learn about PA, studio.

Im selflearned since-6 years ago, byt I want too read

more.

Im 24 years old an own my own studio, and works for an

pa-owner at weekends!



Thanks for an good site!!

=tack för en trevlig hemsida!! (in swedish)



jerker johansson


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Name: JOEL
Email: cgarselr@execpc.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I love your webpage, you have answered just about all my questions about speakers and P.A. setup. I run sound and lights for a local band in Milwaukee and am currently looking to upgrade my system. Up until now we have just played small clubs and my P.A. had always been fine. However recently our reputation and fan base has been growing and we have been asked to play bigger venues and some outdoor festivals ( I would only use my system for the smaller outdoor gigs, sound is always provided at the larger ones). I have the full range cabs already but wanted to build my own subs. My question is: what design would be best? I like the 2x15 folded horn design, but that is a short throw and probably wouldn't work for me. I need something that carries pretty well. Are the 1x15 rear loaded horn cabs suitable for this application? I read somwhere on your page that a "W" design is good for producing far reaching sound. Would these work for me? If so, do you have plans for them? Or, if not, where could I locate a set as well put together as yours? Any help you could give would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for your time and the most useful speaker construction page I've found. -- Joel K.


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Name: Matt Eastell
Email: james phillips98@lycosmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Bad-boy bass bins!


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Name: John A. Gascon
Email: jgascon@gladstone.uoregon.edu
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I would like to see some information on Line Source speakers. It might be helpful to visit: http://FTB.ViaThe.Net


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Name: Dennis
Email: rock599425@aol.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

How do I wire 2- 8ohm 12" to give me 8 ohms and how do I wire- 8ohm 12" to give me the most power out of my 120 watt peavey head with three different settings of, 8, and 16 ohms... I know that series raises to double and parallel lowers to half but applying to the first, how do you stay at 8? thanks...


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Name: Bootsy
Email: bo0tsy1@swbell.net
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

You may want to include info on power amps, and
desirable specs. If you want any help on this, just
email me. I have a few helpful formulae to determine
dB SPL ratings, using wattage and distance. Anywhoo,
Don't forget about sensitivity ratings of the speakers
That is the efficiency of a given speaker to reproduce
sound. More efficient means less amps and speakers needed for a
given task. Save money and have higher output!

I love your site,

Boots


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Name: Steve
Email: steve_hunt@bigfoot.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Anyone know a good active crossover? I'm after a stereo 2-way with adjustable x-over freq.

???

Ta


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Name: kilo
Email: here
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

check it out......studiomaster have brought out a nice new 2 way active 1U rack crossover for only £ 129 quid !....no details yet at www.studiomaster.com (slow site too)


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Name: amol
Email: akprosound@rediffmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

try providing upgraded details. no one seems to provide plans for 1x15" w-bins, long throw reverse bins what ever you call it


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Name: Hugo Biermann
Email: 3b@thepub.co.za
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

For anyone intrested! I have some 70+ cad drawings of different cabs. If you are intrested, mailme and ask nicely. It is all done on delta-cad. Get delta-cad to view the lot.


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Name: panday
Email: inspectorjack24@yahoo.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

my dear sir,



my hobby basically is listening to good music, definitely with a good set-up.



can you send me sir, some detailed plan of different baffle.



tnx,

panday


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Name: robert
Email: gerneu@compuserve.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I would like to get some information and plans about w-bins and rear-loaded-horns powered by 18-inch-woofers.


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Name: Bob
Email: bramage1@mindspring.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hi....i have triggered kicks that i want to use and iam wondering if the (one cabninet) 2X15 folded bass-bin would sound good if i ran them full range with out a crossover....the reason why i want to run the cab full ranges is iam not sure if it would interfear with the PA subs (like make some crazy over tones that would conflick with each other) any thx for any input...Bob..btw...great website...lots of useful info here


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Name: pvt joker
Email: pfcjoker
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I was wondering if I could take the plans for the 2 15" folded bass horn and put two 18"s in it, and how would it sound?


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Name: tim ennis
Email: t_ennis9@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

flippin great! good advice and very helpful,cheers!


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Name: Lawnie
Email: roadtoad70@aol.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I loved the site!

Does anybody know where I can get building plans and specs to build the old JBL scooped cabinet.

I am looking to build them as a single 15" speaker per cabinet!

I would appreciate any info!

Thanks!


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Name: Bob
Email: rpropes@twmi.rr.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

you should add the designs for folded horns (like the w-fold you eluded to). They're really not that hard to build provided you have financial resources for the materials and the power amps to drive them.


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Name: Imlot
Email: imlot23@lycos.at
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

hi there

need plan for a 15 " Fontloaded horn + Bassrefex cabinet for pa app anyone out there ?


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Name: Todd
Email: zellertodd@hotmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Holly crap !! you got a rave'n community rollin here. these cab plans are "old standards" in the sound reinforcement business. BIG SOUND / SMALL DOLARS.. pesos,whateva


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Name: DJ Cosmic
Email: kyleslaven@btinternet.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I was looking to up grade my home studio and the cabinets have realy helped me on the money wise thanks alot dude P.S pritie good site


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Name: jobe
Email: jobe@there.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

GREAT RESOURCE SITE!



My wishlist: longthrow lo-end cabs, 112 & 212 longthrow mid horn cabs, trapizoidal subs... etc.



While the plans listed here are great, there are merely boxes and very easy to build (as noted) so it would be nice to see some advanced cabs.



Regardless, this is an excellent resource!! Keep up the great work!!


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Name: David O'brien
Email: ourempire@aol.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I would like to build a single 12" speaker cabinet for my guitar amp. I've tried them out in guitar stores and love the fuller sound from two speakers compared to a single. The price is through the roof. What I would like to know is, what frequency response range should I look for? All of the 12" speakers that I find are woofers. I know that they will sound like CRAP. I'm on a peanutbutter & jelly budget. Can you also give me a clue where to purchase the speakers.

Thanks, DAVE


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Name: ben
Email: beninfluence@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

does any one know where i can get plans for the jbl 4530 'scoops'or any other design info on bass 'scoops'or front loaded horns ? also i've seen a pa speaker using a 'transmission line' design.... has any one got any ideas about this.... i was thinking of possably bulding a pair of 18' transmission line bass cabs with the aim of giving tight, puncy, clean bass down to well below 30Hz ? (quality not quantity)cheers, ben 8-)


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Name: Tomy Neumann
Email: bt1140@bayreuth.baynet.de
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

A lovely page, and a lot of stupid questions. But we all once were young.

For all not too proud to trust a pc, there is a win95 based feedback locator

program on my homepage (http://home.t-online.de/home/Tomy_Neumann


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Name: Hugo Biermann
Email: 3b@thepub.co.za
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Nice site. Old plans but they work. Also go and visit www.speakerplans.com and http://www.pbaudio.nl/Techcorner/construction.asp.


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Name: John Schackai
Email: jschackai@sprint.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I am really impressed that someone would spend the time to design and then post on the net speaker systems. So I would like to know, if you were going to pick just one of these to build for home stereo system in a large room , which one(s) would you build? And what kind of speaker brand(s) do you recommend? Where to buy them?

Thanks for your help.


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Name: Gary Davenport
Email: victrola@glasscity.net
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hi,

Thank you for your efforts, they are much appreciated.



I am eagerly awaiting your plans for the simple man's

bass bin.



I am chosing whether to build a set of 1 18" cabinet bass bins

or a 2 x 15" bass bins for a rock band pa system.



What would you suggest?



Thank you very much

Gary Davenport


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Name: Jude
Email: jude128@juno.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I am looking to make a cabinet for a guitar amplifier. I have an 18" subwoofer and a 12" mid bass. I want to make this a versatile cabinet meaning that I can use ot for PA or when I'm practicing guitar at home. Any help would be appreciated.


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Name: tom sampson
Email: tsampson@joshua-ltd.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Dear Sir:

I have 2 15" JBL (150 W) speakers. I would like to construct a cabinet which sets on a tripod stand.

I've been told that the cabinet must be of sufficient size, due to the amount of air flow produced by these speakers. what is the best recomentation.


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Name: Darrel Anderson
Email: andedi@uleth.ca
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Cool Page!!

I am looking for some plans to build an amp for my bass guitar,

as My 15 watter is a bit underwhelming. I would use it with

a cabnet with a pair of 10' 100 watt speakers.

I don't play gigs so nothing that big needed and of

course us starving university students are always on a budjet.



Thanks for any help

DArrel


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Name: Carlo Leone
Email: carlol@iscorvdb.co.za
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Hi, at last I found something that I can use!!! I am particularly looking for information on how to design high power folded horns. There is ubundant information on front loaded designs but so far nothing (I could find) on folded horn design. Unfortunately I must run so this was a quick scan but 'I will be back!'

Keep up the good work

regards,

Carlo


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Name: Clive
Email: spacehound@netscape.net
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

also check out Behringer crossovers and DOD, Rane


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Name: dj quicker
Email: aesel@hotmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

i have 2 gemini 15 inch scoops, 2 12 inch miids and 2 top boxs. i wanted 2 know where i could purchase some 18 inch scoop boxes.


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Name: Andries Visagie
Email: visa0124@natref.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Neat page! I am looking for a fairly compact (transportable)

bass bin that uses a single 15" woofer. Thanks.


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Name: Ronnie "Alphonse"Åberg
Email: alfons56@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Just the site i was looking for.

Thank you!


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Name: Maddog
Email: maddog@alcockd.freeserve.co.uk
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

So what's happened to the long-promised 'EASY TO BUILD' bass-bin design?


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Name: Rodger
Email: outlawpipe@aol.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

What a great site. As a Piper I dont need anything found on this site...especialy PA!!!! However, I got an electronic Bagpipe with MIDI output recently. I am thinking about getting Bose02, or possibly 802 speakers. Does anyone know if these are good speakers ?


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Name: okkie
Email: okkiepepernoot@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

very good!!!!!!!!!!


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Name: Martin Geldart
Email: marti@geldartm.freeserve.net
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I have been looking for ages on the net for designs for pa gear

At the moment we use Altec "Voice othe the theatre" bins

but there to wooly



Do you have any designs for 2x15 bass bins....? is so could you get in touch



we use two amps with a Studiomaster two way active crossover



4 x altec bass bins

2 x altec 12" midrange

2 x HH pro 100

the 12 altecs and the pro 100 come of the same amp

but as i said it is to wolly i am looking for tone like you get of Peavey HYsys





Regards Martin


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Name: eric
Email: errac@xoommail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

does anyone have a drawing for a 412 guitar speaker kabinnete


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Name: MIKE KEATING
Email: ffisher@portup.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I thank you for your sight on the web it is very informative please keep up the good work. I have been wanting to build W 18" bass bin and I read on your sight that a reader might be able to help me. thend@online.net (He talked about J B L 1-18 subs) I e-mailed him but got no response. Also I would like to build a mid cabinet with 1-15" speaker in it . I have two Peavey horns that I thought I could use with the mids as they have a crossover in them. I would use a electronic crossover on the bass bins and the crossover in the horn. NOTE I do have two Peavey 118 bins now that are front loaded and two 115 internationals ( 1-15- 22A driver horn and a hiper horn)

I was wanting to ad the W bins, mids and horns for outside performance. I would be ever greatful for your help At MCM electronics they have an 18" and 15" speaker on sale. I think they are made by eminence. MCM's web sight is www.mcmelectronics.com If you look at ther hot deals - audio- and page down you will see them 5-1875 and5-1880



Thank you for your time

Mike keating


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Name: www.soundcube.com
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Date: 30-Dec-99

always good to see more stuff on sound! visit us.


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Name: Harps
Email: harpreet@rihal.freeserve.co.uk
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

There some good bass bins there, but I didn't see any 18" subs. Could u please find out how to make a reverse bass bin.


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Name: Don Wyllie
Email: mr_yellow@hotbot.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

JEEEEZUZ CHRIST! THIS PAGE FUCK1NG ROCKS!! THERE'S SOME SHIZNIT HERE I CAN'T FIND ANYWHERES ELSE...


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Name: Ron "Rino" Everson
Email: rino@freewwweb.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Cool site, but you have left out 18" subs! Why?


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Name: testing
Email: here
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

18" bass bin is now added, dual or single from one easy-build plan - enjoy


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Name: gedge
Email: jungalism@yahoo.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

does anyone have designs for a 2x12" mid cab that is different to the one on this site, the one with curved interior that hides most of the drivers

the speakers are parrellel one on top of the other


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Name: Matt Leonard
Email: matt@lgm.org.uk
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Nice site :) im want to build a folded horn bass cab for a 15inch jbl i got spare here but i dont like the one u hav hear with the speak facin forwards ? any chance of some plans for the other type ... email or on site :)



cheers all

Matt L


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Name: tgjasper
Email: tgjasper@ev1.net
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

I'm real interested in building a system using the scoop bass bins, and the 2 x 10" mids and throwing a 1" horn on top. Any suggestions on the type of drivers to put in them or what type of speaker specification to look for. I've been looking at jbl and eminence.


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Name: Dave
Email: scratchyp@whsmithnet.co.uk
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Good site, some good designs for a variety of applications. If you get stuck building any of the cabs or any other designs you may have, E-Mail me as i am a profesional joiner & part-time installation technician. I now manufacture loudspeaker cabinets to fill gaps in my workload. Any cabs can be supplied with or without drivers & hardware, painted or unpainted. Any enqiuries Mail me. West Sussex.


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Name: Marcelo
Email: marce_rod16@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I would like to built a bass reflex (2 way)with a 8" woofer and a tweter Selenium. have you got any cabinet plan?

thank you.


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Name: mark
Email: rfkvl1@juno.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

great site, but i'm looking for a set of plans for a 15in w-bin cabinet to build for my pa system. need it for large halls. can someone sent to me or direct me to a set,, thanks


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Name: Harps
Email: harpreet@rihal.freeserve.co.uk
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

There some good bass bins there, but I didn't see any 18" subs. Could u please find out how to make a reverse bass bin.


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Name: chandra sekhar
Email: chasekh@rediffmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I have a STageline Pro Power Amp with 300watt/channel.. (STA320)... problem is I burned my speakers times till now.. now i am planning for a good speakers which will be custom built and make a good speaker enclosure etc..



Nice info you have



thanks


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Name: mat
Email: munky_lee@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

hi!

i'm looking for boxes plans to build my own sound-system.

especially plans for a 1 X 18" REAR HORN LOADED SCOOP BASS-BIN.

and for a 2 X 18" REFLEX BOX.



it is for a reggae sound-system!



cheers,

mat


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Name: novasmoke
Email: nova_smoke@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

FINALLY! I've been searching for (what seems like) years for a simple 2x15" cab design. This will do nicely! Thank you, thank you!!!



1 question though, if I double the width (X) as instructed, do I (i)need to put a baffle between the two speaker 'bins', or (ii) do I just have 1 big cabinet with two speakers in?


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Name: vinay
Email: vinaynikam796@ hotmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

please add more long throw pa cabinets plans and details


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Name: GRAHAM
Email: grahamcameron2002@hotmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Thankx will tell you how my project is going. I need speakers to bring my 2 k

rig up to at least 4 k with 15 / 18 " double bins. I have an old pair of peavey full range to gutt for components. You are the only decent site I could find. Will tell you how the raves go .

Cheers DJ G

Ireland


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Name: kilo
Email: here
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

for guitar cabs... measure a marshal orange, hi-watt

or whatever 4X12.......

outside measurements... build one out of 3/4 MDF or

ply (preferably)... use one sheet for the front speaker-holding panel

... brace it (between the 4 speaker holes inside-face)

with some batons, glued & screwed to re-inforce the

front panel from edge to edge in the shape of a cross

...... the 4 sides need a baton running all round

front & back edges inside, set 3/4" back from the edge

...This baton will support the front & rear sheets which drop in flush with the sid-panels, and come to rest on the rebated edge batons...

drop the font & rear panels in to meet the batons,

drill holes all round the front and rear

sheet edges at 6" intervals and half of 3/4" from the edge ...

.... screw the front and rear sheets home to the batons thru these holes... (USE-WASHERS)...

put on casters/wheels... & handles... sorted...



ALSO, reinforce the 4 sides which you build first, with re-inforced-butt-joint... (see construction tips page)



hey presto.... 4 X 12..... just add a socket... and wire it to presnt the required ohmage to the amp.....


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Name: monkeymatix
Email: themonkeyboy@aol.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

we're going to be building a pa rig over the winter for free partys next summer. I'm having trouble deciding on the configuration of the whole system. I was thinking of using 4 15" horns, 2 twin 12" for mid and hf units. But now i'm not so sure. whould it be worth using a pair of 15" reflex boxes as well? bearing in mind we'll be playing techno and psy trance. Any help would much be appreciated.


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Name: Terry
Email: thend@hsonline.net
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Are there any other part timers out there that build there own cabinets? I find that the tuned front loaded cabinets work as good as any.

scoops sound kinda boomy.


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Name: Tom
Email: miriam_umney@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Replying to Graham's question:

you said you wanted 2k more a side.

Then go to www.eminence-speaker.com

and look at the Eminence Kilomax 15 0r 18,they are both rated 1000w rms each,4 inch voice coil,heatsink,109 oz magnet.

For more pro sites go to www.live-audio.com and also www.pispeakers.com,and for building your own speaker cabinet,go to www.speakerplans.com

Using 2 Eminence kilomax 18= 2kw rms,driven by a poweramp at least 2000w rms,but it sounds cleaner with a 4000w rms.Not less than 2kw rms for 2kw rms speakers,otherwise the amp will clip,and damage the speakers.

Crown,QSC,Crest,Chevin Research,Carvin

all do a wide range of amps,from budget to mega powerful and mega expensive[example the 10kw rms per channel amp from Crest costs £9000

If your on a budget,get either Gemini xpm series or QSC amps,because they range from £200-£1000

One last thing to say,get scoop bass bins,or double scoops,more output and bass than vented reflex bins.


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Name: Tom
Email: miriam_umney@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Replying to Chandra Sekhar question:

The Stageline pro STA320 is a very cheap and nasty amp.If you want a good quality amp,for a low budget the Gemini range of X1,X2,X3,or XPM1800 are great

amps at a low cost,they feature.protection against dc,short,overheat,sub/ultasonic filters.

But better quality than that are QSC,CROWN,CREST,CARVIN,CHEVIN RESEARCH.

Your probably blowing up speakers because a. their under-powered,b your using a crap amp which clips,and c you should use a suitable fuse inline with the crossover or terminal plate.

As for speakers with built in protection

and don't feature fuses but resetable breakers instead.The Mackie c300 2 way 12 inch plus horn rated00w rms,cost £600 pair. 0r the Mackie c400 2 way 15 inch plus horn rated 400w rms,cost £800

pair.Apart from that i can't help you,until,you tell me what speakers you blew up,the wattage,the make of the drivers.


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Name: manny
Email: mqueen8142@aol.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

does any know how to build 3 turntable console with the turntables on suspension. these are used in all nyc clubs?


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Name: Mihai
Email: darkm4n@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

to the 1 X 15" REAR HORN LOADED SCOOP BASS-BIN FOR MODULAR SYSTEM i can use a simple board to replace the curve board ?


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Name: luis cortes
Email: luiscortes16@aol.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

this is a very nice page, your imformation is great and usefull, I am very hapy to know that I am not the only person that have the passion to build speaker cabinets, my next progect is to build the SB1000 base cabinets from EAW and I hope I can find the same components, I would apreciate very much if you can help me on this one. Since I was 6 years old I started to pay atention to what we call great sound and if I get the oportunity I would like to dedicate the rest of my life building cabinets for EAW,JBL,orEV, etc.


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Name: Raymond
Email: raymond098@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

I have 8 10 in subs and 2 15. Is there anything i can do with them just for basement jams. I am in a band and we are usind stereo speakers. We have the power and wood and speakers to make a shity cab but dont knoe exackly how to go about it. Can u give me a sugg.


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Name: Paul Honeycutt
Email: pablomago@earthlink.net
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Do you know where I can find plans for a 12" & horn monitor wedge? (Especially if it had0 and 45 degree tilt angles)

Thanks!

-Paul


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Name: Herbie
Email: herbie73@yahoo.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Nice section I'm dying on the easy to build bass bins,

anyone know a simple W Bin design using 4 15's or 4 12's?

I worked at a club with a bass setup like this, and nothing

seems to deliver like a W Bin?


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Name: Ike Mhlanga
Email: ike@zesa.co.za
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

Best PA Sourse on the net.


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Name: Tom
Email: miriam_umney@hotmail.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Dec-99

Replying to TG Jasper question:

1. use high power bass drivers in scoop bass bins min00w rms,ideally 1000w rms Eminence Kilomax 18 inch sounds the best,from my experience.

2. look for low resonant freq,eg. 28 hz

3.very low freq responce/range of 20hz,if not possible min5hz,Eminence Omega 18 is 25 hz-2khz

4. large voice coil, 4 inch ideal

5. big heavy magnet say or 56 0z ceramic or over 20 oz rare earth[cobalt]

6. X mech being 27mm the min[x mech = maximum linear excersion] until the speaker cone gets damaged.

7. high spl[sound pressure level] the more volume at a given output.Say 95 db at 1w/1m,but i've got the Eminence Kappa pro lf,rated 400w rms,and spl of 1w/1m = 103 db,maximum spl 140 db.

8. quality of materials,JBL is better quality than Eminence,but something like EV[Electro Voice]is even better than JBL.

If you want the best driver ever,go to www.precision-devices.com they do a 2000w rms[2kw rms] 24 inch diametre subbass driver,with a freq of 15hz-600hz.Also check out www.live-audio.com

www.pispeakers.com www.speakerplans.com.

The two above sites are for questions about anything audio related,and the last one is speaker building.


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Name: km
Email: km_cad@yahoo.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 30-Dec-99

hi there.

good idea but forget about these (15 years+) old fane/celestion designs....

if you want info of newer design you are welcome to look at our site ; http://come.to/cadaudio and or email me ; km_cad@yahoo.com


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Name: Karl
Email: karl@twentyseven1.fsnet.co.uk
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 30-Dec-99

Anyone know of any plans for a 12" Bass scoop much appriciated if u could point me in the right direction


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Date: 26-Oct-04

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Name: SMAX
Email: buttercreamx@aol.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 28-Oct-04

I,ve got a pair of hk actor tops........12 inch and horn....still waiting to afford the subs. Being frustated at the Actors low frequency of bout 100hz...could I use my 4x10 trace elliot bass cab as a sub IN ANY WAY to give my hk`s a break on bigger gigs. ?. I realize it`s a dumb question but no-ones ever thought that till now, so a brief answer is all is needed !, all the best.....nice site by the way...malcolm


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Name: Jim McIlwaine
Email: rose.jim@btopenworld.com
Activity: part-timer
Date: 30-Oct-04

Hi-good site, like the style. I do a bit of the sound mixing stuff & have built my own 4-way 12K rig(18's,15's,12's & horns) usual amps x-overs, fx etc. I have now been asked to extend a system for a club but it must look nice & try to match their existing setup (mainly behringer)!!!. any hints on anyone who carries a good range of covering material. Any help appreciated. Jim


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Name: DeeDee
Email: deedeerockstar@aol.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 05-Nov-04

I see a lot of people are looking for plans for a single 18 inch W-Bin. I am also looking for such a thing. It seems to be like UFOs or Big Foot. We see evidence of the Schematics exsisting but no one can get their hands on them! If anyone knows where one might find this mysterious monster please email me and post it on this site. It would help so many.

Great site and good luck

11.05.04


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Name: Mark Pitman
Email: mkp.electronics@terra.es
Activity: Professional
Date: 07-Nov-04

Very helpful, excellent.


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Date: 12-Nov-04

there's a VERY easy to build 18" sub here

http://www.bcspeakers.com/suggesteddesign/sub18.htm


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Name: DeeDee
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Date: 12-Nov-04

I found a couple of places that have single 18 inch W Bin schematics. If you know of any others let me know and good luck to you all.

http://www.mcsoundlight.com/horn.htm

http://wanderkolonie.org/speakers.htm


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Name: Martin
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Date: 19-Nov-04

Can anyone help me? I use a HZ SB600 bass bin and a pair of RCF ART300's powered by a QSC P2 amp - my problem is that the SB600 does not use a crossover so the full signal goes to the ART300's, I'd rather not have the really low frequencies going to the tops - can anybody tell me how I add a crossover after the amp - I don't want to bi-amp, the P2 has plenty of power and I don't want to lug to much gear around as I'm a mobile DJ any - suggestions greatly appreciated.


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Name: Dj Demon
Email: samundenge@hotmail.com
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Date: 20-Nov-04

i need plans for a 18 inch rear horn loaded woofer just like the cerwin vega "earthkwake" woofer thn you!!


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Date: 21-Nov-04

i need plans for a 18 inch rear horn loaded woofer just like the cerwin vega "earthkwake" woofer thn you!!


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Name: Danny Riley
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Date: 24-Nov-04

I need a design for a 2 x 12" reflexed or folded horn cabinet.


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Date: 08-Dec-04

I need some help. My father in law is looking for a wiring plan for a PHONIC POWER AMP SCHEMATIC V2400 SERIES. If anyone can help, please contact me. thanks all!


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Name: Adz
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Date: 08-Dec-04

Does any one know where i can get a 32inch subwoofer (speaker) from. I really want 1.


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Name: Lawrence Wanjohi
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Date: 24-Dec-04

Please send me a detailed diagram for a rectangular bass cabinet for a 12" woofer. I would urgently like to construct one twin ported or scoob bin.


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Name: joe
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Date: 02-Jan-05

i would like some information on ounce you have a pa set up what is the correct procedure on setting up the sound from the pa. i have a peavey pa amp bose 802 top speakers and a set of bass bins, im useing allso a bose cross over.

do i set the main gain volume first on the amp and set everything else to zero. im feeding a cd-g player and microphones through the pa system i seem to have overload

l.e.ds on a lot on the graphic. please help


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Name: pete willy
Email: tama48@msn.com
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Date: 14-Jan-05

Hi this is Pete, I currently have two 15" Peavey Black Widow Bass Drivers laying around waiting to be used.....

Have a quite large P.A. System a split 1200watts running 160Hts down and another 1200watts running the top end.



I am thinking I am going to build a nice sub enclosure to house these babies, either two smaller bins or one larger one to bring out that nice thick bottom end, I recon I should be looking at a bypass modal of some sort, why I am writing to you is to see if you can help me with a design and species or through me in the direction of some links to deal with this query....



Looking forward to your reply what ever you come up with , thanks pete..


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Name: Pete willy
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Further research, for me now I recon I might go for a " c sub" or a "folded horn 15" or a "bandpass horn" design, mainly for the size , can someone help me with specs or a decision on the most efficiant bin for bottom end sub bass FOR THIS SIZE ENCLOSURE.

thanks Pete.


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Name: Jay
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Date: 01-Feb-05

Mackie Fussion 1800S subs. I'm trying to find out whether I can power these speakers with an amp or do they have to be powered by their active "partner" the 1800SA.


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Name: arnold
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Date: 11-Feb-05

this is a good site , i will always be in touch , thanx


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spot on site like keep it up!good to see someone who's not too up their own arse and is happy to pass on what they've learnt. cheers


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Name: TIM
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Date: 07-Mar-05

i want to build a pair of eaw KF850EF cabinets.where can i get plans??


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Date: 17-Mar-05

Do you have any plans for 4x12 slanted or straight guitar cabinets?


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Name: Joe Radgowski
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Date: 22-Mar-05

Excellent web site with good info and plans, THANKS A BUNCH.

it never ceases to amaze my wife when i come home with a new sub or start building a few midrange cabinets to hang from my garage ceiling. The last straw, she called it when she opened a UPS box with 42 tweeters in it. like who in the world needs 42 tweeters. LOL!


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need detailed cabinet plans and easy to follow for 15" peavey 1502dt 8 ohm speaker in folded horn cabinet . this is the best site i have ever been on made sure to add to the favorites or if you know of a better bass reproduction cabinet ineed bass to travel good.thanx


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need detailed cabinet plans and easy to follow for 15" peavey 1502dt 8 ohm speaker in folded horn cabinet . this is the best site i have ever been on made sure to add to the favorites or if you know of a better bass reproduction cabinet ineed bass to travel good.thanx


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Name: Madeline
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Date: 21-Apr-05

Im kind of interested in PA stuff here, but i juz dun understand, if can teach every single detail from how to control the mixer until fixing or even some secret PA language .Hahaha lame joker.But if there's really secret language,lps teach.


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Name: rikky
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Date: 07-Jun-05

hayyyyyyyyyy...... i dont like studiomasters crossover.i thing its2db it not do good work and cut off friqency.i sell out my all studiomasters crossover.then i using bherenger crossover its better then studiomasters.


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hayyyyyyyyyy...... i dont like studiomasters crossover.i thing its2db it not done good work and cut off friqency.i sell out my all studiomasters crossover.then i using bherenger crossover its better then studiomasters.


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Name: steve
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Date: 24-Jun-05

Great site,i am sure all garage bash band guys like myself appreciate it. Do you have any plans for floor wedges, i have a couple of 15s laying around i can use.

Many Thanks

Steve.


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Name: T.Ali
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Date: 02-Jul-05

Got a lot on info. from here. Does anyone have any plans for the EAW KF850T of for any 3 way PA tops that play loud. If you do I need to get a copy.


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Name: Nate culpepper
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Date: 22-Jul-05

Does anyone know where to find plans for a 15" low frequency W -bin cabinet?


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Name: Tony
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Date: 08-Sep-05

For the EAW BH882 speakers. The original RCF drivers are no longer made. Does anyone know of a good 18" woofer, good for horn loading that would make a good replacement?


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Name: Mark
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Date: 13-Sep-05

what chassis do i have to use for the EAW BH 882??, it can't work with all 18" woofers


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Date: 23-Sep-05

I NEED SOME INFO ABOUT TUNING THE EAW KF850EF/SB850


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Name: rikky
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Date: 01-Oct-05

xcuse my english.......... its realy good side for those pipules who dont know about sound system.i realy learn lot of think of sound with great side thanks .


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Name: SanjeevKumar
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Date: 17-Oct-05

Excellent site. I was searching for one like this.

Please suggest DIY sites for smaller installations too.


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Name: Daniel
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Date: 17-Oct-05

Excellent site , your knowlegde and experience should be exhalted. I have a question about the importance of getting stereo on the mixer- on a scale of one to ten ; one being keeping the 6 channel mono (mackie 406M) , and 10 being getting the 6 channel stereo (yamaha 312sc). Please reply if you have a chance , if not I appreciate the good controbution to my knowledge base already presented.


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its very big and graet site for new sound hairar and every one thanks


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Great Site Lots of information


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Date: 11-Nov-05

pls. send this page to my box.


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Name: Buzz
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Date: 23-Nov-05

Does any 1 have any bass bin designs for daul celestion 12" subs with daul ported passive radiators with a divider for stereo bass if so i would apreciate if u could contact me.thanks early.

Buzz


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Name: shaun
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Date: 08-Dec-05

If you can, could you send me a 4x12 closed back cab, i cant seem to find one on here. Thanks


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Name: audiomachines
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Date: 26-Dec-05

thanx guys great site tons of technical stuff.more power! keep it up:)


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Name: Paul C.
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Date: 01-Jan-06

This fellow asked (and I did not see answered:



Name: Dennis

Email: rock599425@aol.com

"How do I wire 2- 8ohm 12" to give me 8 ohms and how do I wire 4- 8ohm 12" to give me the most power out of my 120 watt peavey head with three different settings of 4, 8, and 16 ohms... I know that series raises to double and parallel lowers to half but applying to the first, how do you stay at 8? thanks..."



Chris, there are only two ways to wire two woofers together, series or parallel.



Series, from the + speaker input terminal to the + terminal of woofer A. Then from the - terminal of woofer a to the + terminal of woofer B. Then from the - terminal of woofer B to the - speaker input terminal.



If both woofers are 8 ohms, then the total is 16 ohms.



For Parallel, from the + speaker input terminal to the + terminal of woofer A, then connect on to the + terminal of woofer B. Then from the - speaker input terminal to the - terminal of woofer A, then connect on to the - terminal of woofer B.



If both woofers are 8 ohms, then the total for the speaker is 4 ohms.



There is no way to connect two 8 ohm woofers and result in a total of 8 ohms without the addition of power wasting resistors.



If you want the speaker to be a total of 8 ohms, use 16 ohm woofers. Eminence has a number of 10", 12", and 15" 16 ohm woofers available.



I do not recommend connecting a pair of 4 ohm woofers in series to give 8 ohms. If one burns out, the whole speaker is dead. However, with parallel woofers, if one burns out, the speaker still plays, but is down 6db. There is no additional load on the remaining woofer unless you can't resist the urge to crank up the amp, in which case you will probably burn that one up, too.



With FOUR woofers, you can wire them in series parallel.



Two woofers are put in series, and the other two are in series. The two series pairs are then wired in parallel. If the four woofers are each 8 ohms, the result is 8 ohm for all four.



So, for your twin woofer cab, either substitute a pair of 16 ohm woofers (for 8 ohms) or just accept that you have a 4 ohm cab.


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Name: Paul C.
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Date: 01-Jan-06

Guitar cabs vs PA (or home stereo) cabs:

Some time ago I received this from my brother, and lifelong sideman, a guitarist himself. He asked me to post this:

The basic audiophile rules of speaker design need to be ingored. For guitar cabs, the cabs themselves are part of the sound--they need to be live, not dead, as with audio and PA cabs--so you don't want to stuff the boxes at all. I have some decent, but rather old Epicure stereo speakers and have run my Les Paul through them--Yuck! It is the driest, deadest sound imaginable. You want the sound to be colored by the cabinet because the straight sound is uninteresting. Craig Anderton, John Simonton along with PAiA have a tube pre-amp for guitar called stack-in-a-box (http://www.paia.com/tubestuf.htm#siab) with "two switchable filters simulate the timbre of speaker cabinet resonances."

You want to minimize bracing, until you get up to 4x12 cabs and then a single front to rear brace is fine. You want limited low end response and so forget porting and you want nothing over about 7.5 k, so forget piezos (or any kind of tweeter) altogether. Anything over 7.5 k you get an unpleasant harshness that even a heavy metal guitarist would want to avoid.

There is a good discussion of this at the Celestion site. Go to

http://www.celestion.com/pro/pro.htm

and since this site is in frames, you need then to go to "guitar", and then "system upgrading and technical information" and then "guidelines for cabinet design."

You want neither ports nor tweeters nor damping material in a guitar amp.

Bass guitar, keyboard, other instruments, PA, etc. will have different designs, but these will usually follow the guidelines of standard hi-fi speaker design more closely than guitar cabs. Electric-acoustic guitar speaker design is different still, using more of the upper mid range and less of the lows.

DJ cabs will often be a bit heavier in the bass guitar range to pound out the beat for dancing.

Just as with other things, "Form follows function."

The guitar amp probably does no damping of highs. The reason for this is that guitar amps are designed to run with guitar speaker cabs, which do not reproduce frequencies above about or 6 k. No need to worry about those highs if the speakers are not going to reproduce aboveor 6 k.

If you want the amp/speaker setup to do several things, it might be a good idea to put an L-pad in the crossover and turn the tweeters way down. An on-off toggle to the tweeters would probably work just as well.


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Date: 01-Jan-06

help anyone know where i can find recone kits for rcf L15P200AK


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Name: Brian
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Date: 15-Jan-06

hey i like ur guys site thanks for all the tips for the boxes im just a collecter and a big speaker junky i collect giant speakers i have Many Many pairs of Cerwin-vega P.A speakers ranging from daul 12s 15s and 18s they are awsome but i also love to build my own custon boxes which i find are just as effective so im going to give ur guys blue-prints a try and hope for the best good work guys keep up the good work e-mail me back if you create or find any good bass bin cabinets for dual 18s


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Name: chris
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Date: 15-Jan-06

15" scoop for sale. straight outa workshop never been loaded. high quality constuction. email me


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Name: DALE MCMAHAN
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Date: 27-Jan-06

wonder why ev sale a speaker called the eliminator 1 with

2 15" woofer's & driver.a least the tag on the bottom of

mine have that tag. In the ev catelog they are listed as

eliminator 2's.does an one know this answer. Mine are rated

a 700watt rms,the 2's are rated at 600watt rms. please let me know if this eliminator 1's are truely 700 watt rms.


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Name: Pat angus
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Date: 27-Jan-06

this is a great site, my friend and I are starting a music company, and we're going to build some speakers. and i have been looking for plans to some specfic speakers, one of which is listed here, the martin 2X15 horn.



just curious, do you know where i could find plans for the other boxes that go with the horn?


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Name: marijo
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Date: 03-Mar-06

EQUIPMENT FOR SALE 23.2.2006

ALL EQUIPMENT IS LOCATED IN ZAGREB,CROATIA



PRICE PER UNIT



4 x MARTIN W8C = 1600€ like new

4 x MARTIN WSX = 1600€ like new

2 x 31 band graphic eq - RAMSA = 300€

2 X DX 24 LEM crossovers = 250€

3 x CRAAFT FQC 1200(2 x 600w u 4 ohm)AMP – 7kg =50€

3 x CRAAFT FQC 2000 (2 x 1000w u 4 ohm) AMP – 10kg = 800€

1 x CRAAFT C 1200N (2 x 600w u 4 ohm)AMP = 350€

1 x Aphex exciter= 200€

1 x ALEN&HEATH GL 2200 32ch = 1600€


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Name: Mike
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Date: 28-Mar-06

Looking for plans to build a a floor wedge monitor that will hold a 15" and a horn? Any suggestions would be appreciated.



Thanks



ps great site btw!


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Date: 31-Mar-06

Check out the following FREE Download site for Musical Amplifier, Effect, and yes even PA amplifier Schematics:



http://www.schematicheaven.com


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Name: Marco Suarez
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Date: 05-Apr-06

I have recently come into a large inheritance. I want to set up a PA system for my band to tour with. I want it to run from 1K to 10K modular. How do I do this? what do I need?


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Name: shawn
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Date: 28-Apr-06

i find you guys are the best because you all make every thing so easy to build. if it was not for you guys i dont think i would of been able to build my pair of 15 inch single scoops


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Name: snowyweston
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Date: 05-May-06

Oh and you need to do some work on site navigation (take this page for example - it'll scroll forever and take an age to load if people like me keep posting comments!)



- but I can't offer my services for that I'm afraid.


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Date: 15-May-06

Nice of that guy with the unprenouncable name to share all those links to porn sites we could've just as easily found ourselves - twat. (perhaps you should delete 'em?)



Err.. best site i've found so far, all the others are pretentious beardo's going on about their year-long labours of love trying to build "real" hifi... thing is, your cad drawings suck - if you'd like some done my rates are pretty cheap...?!?


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Name: thom ward
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Date: 15-May-06

hey im interested in building the a 15" bass cabinet for party usage and i was wondering what are the advantages/disadvantages of the different materials used to make the cone


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Date: 07-Jun-06

i have a 12in 1000w car speeker and im trying to get the best sound out of it could you help me make a box cos im very stuck


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Name: Antonio Olea
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Date: 08-Jun-06

Desde Chile , gracias

Felicitaciones por su Web

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Greetings from OZ - What a bloody great Web Page!! Thanks for all the great info.


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Name: Rud4buoy
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Yeah luv it!!! never bought shop made ones cos they were the pits, wrong sound etc etc and cost too bleedin' much.. I started making my own speakers back in the 70's, used them throughout the 70's 80's, these were Fane 18" 250w, 15", 12" & 8" ATC remember them?? with the hard nose cone??? great midrange ..bloody heavy too..but I made the sound I wanted to hear, running bass mid tops thru separate graphics and amps before I could afford an active x-over..what a sound, all of 2.5 kw! More recently, I chopped a Citronic full range 1Kw wedge and put in 800w rms 18"& blocked the 8" and horn ports..these are great and only cost me incl the 800w rms drivers a total of £240.00 the pair, run thru a Carlsboro 2K amp..I also bought a pair of powered JBLs £150.00 but the amps were shite so I ripped them out and run them through a Cloud 1k amp..I don't really need much more although I do have another pair of 400w each 18", which I made my self from the diagram on the Fane site (never had that luxury in the 70's) plus 2 15" jbl drivers in more homemade (plywood) cabs similar to the 18" but smaller dimension cabs plus other Mid/Tops of bullets/piezos etc thru the only shopbought things which are amps, Behringer Active x-over with sub-out and Behringer 31 band graphics equalizers..the magic though when I play the full sound system (5kw+ total)Is that I built it myself and have put my system against shopbuilt stuff and killed 'em dead..remember, there's quantity sound and there's quality sound..quality wins the day!!!

See some of it on http://members.lycos.co.uk/livewire2000/


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I want a part time job in sound system mixing 8 years experience in live sound know me in dubai hotel like thk u


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a good basic site i will direct other non technical people to it thanls


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Date: 01-Aug-06

just found your site found it excellant.setting up an old fashioned 3 way Ws 45/60s horns & rings any advice appreciatted


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Name: Ras Mikael
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Date: 03-Aug-06

Maximum Respect for this site!!! Education is key, I give thanks.

I am looking for the blueprints for earthquake cabinate. There was a link for it from this site but is written in Dutch and has no blueprints.

HERE

Any help is appretiated.


Bless.


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Name: rattlebonepete
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Date: 05-Aug-06

great sit gunna build me some j bins and by me an amp

thanks guys


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Name: tim
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Date: 12-Aug-06

Great site !!!!!


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Name: Mr. Zura braganza
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Date: 30-Sep-06

Hi ,
We are a pro sound company in india.Its been a great help downloading some of your recomendations.Does any of your members have thge footprint drawings of the eaw sb 1000,if so please email them to me .



Thank you .


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Name: Ebrahim
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Date: 17-Oct-06

Its good for biulding your own rig.

Good luk


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Name: andy
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Date: 25-Nov-06

will a 15"driver perform well in an 18" scoop rear loaded horn cabinet.


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Name: spike
Email: den.spike@btinternet.com
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Date: 06-Dec-06

Hi there. good site. can u please point me in the right direction for plans to build an angled monitor cabinet? we (the band) have an old marshall guitar cab with 4 x goodmans 15 ohm 12-P0w 12" speakers in it and we hoped to use these to build two floor standing monitors to enable us to hear the vocals better when performing. many thanks regards spike.


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Name: myles
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Date: 10-Jan-07

where can i go for more speaker plans.. or if anyone has any plsz Email


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Name: Paul
Email: paul@randb-enterprises.co.uk
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Date: 16-Jan-07

Very interesting (and amusing!) site. Looking at old speaker plans reminds me that although the names and trends may change the basic principles don't. Think Live Aid at Wembley, everyone there heard the music didn't they?? We run 24 twin 18" horn loaded subs with PD drivers rolling off at 100hz, then we have bass and mid/hi units designed and built in the 80's to sit on top, the sound is crystal clear, but everywhere we go we have to 'turn it down'!!! Old systems never die... they just get re-painted!!!


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Name: Paul
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Date: 16-Jan-07

Oh, nearly forgot to say..... the system is up for hire if anyone is interested, UK based... mail me with any questions you may have.... either to do with bookings or just to chat about speakers in general....


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Name: Anand
Email: freakybwoy@hotmail.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 19-Jan-07

hi there do u have the measurements diagram for an 18" scoop cabinet.

please email back



Thank you


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Name: andy
Email: altitude@ihug.co.nz
Activity: Professional
Date: 04-Feb-07

hi

I am not sure if this si the the right place I apoligise if im wrong but I am looking for the cabinet desighn for the LX1818V

hope you can help regards

Andy


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Name: steve
Email: stevier@hotmail.com
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Date: 11-Feb-07

Does anyone know how good the hz sb600 bass bins are, do the speakers face up or down, ratings please to above e-mail

many thanks


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Name: Alan Arkless
Email: arkless@wanadoo.fr
Activity: Professional
Date: 16-Feb-07

Hi,

I need to buy a small mixer to take 6 drum microphones and send one balanced signal to an amp. Thomann sell three around the same price: T.Mix TX1832 FX, XENYX 1204FX and Samson MDR8 - 8 channel mixer.



As a drummer they all look the same. I'm already confused by the fact that the Samson seems to have most facilities then the book shows 6 XLR sockets and the setup diagrams show the last 2 as a mix of XLR and jack input. Do they all do the same? Has anyone out there tried any of them? I just need to plug and play.



Thanks,



Alan


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Name: Stu
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Date: 22-Feb-07

Like the above comments for those who think they are better.

I agree totally, we noobs need advice, not twats, may they be the first against the wall when the revolution comes !
Power to this site !


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Name: Mix
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Date: 03-May-07

Nice site...good advice and designs over all. Your theory of cabinet placement isn't exactly right. Your far tops should be the top cabinets...not short throw... maybe a crowd blaster would be center of the stage pointing straight down on the listening field to cover center stage, close stage proximity. If you place the short throw and far tops as you have specified, the high frequency and mid range would collide and cancel one another out. Placing the far top on the very top of your array will not cause phase cancellation and will provide a smoother more controllable sound.



Peace


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Name: randle
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Date: 04-May-07

can you help me to find a cabinet design of L-36 cerwin vega.complete measurement.Pls email me at my email address.


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Name: Tim O'Sullivan
Email: osullivan@tca-online.com.au
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Date: 22-May-07

yeh


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Name: Greg Falconer
Email: proaudio@iafrica.com
Activity: Professional
Date: 26-Aug-07

Hi guys! Am looking for a drawing/dimensions of the RLA Bertha/EAW BH 882 horn mouth extenders. Have the cabinet drawings but not the mouth extenders.



Would really appreciate any help


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Name: kvgithqeir
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Date: 15-Oct-07

Hello! Good Site! Thanks you! peyvljmcpd


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Name: Allen
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Date: 14-Dec-07

Awesome site, BTW...



I'm helping my friend build bass speakers to bring to the clubs with his setup. The clubs here in Atlanta seem to have no/weak bass, so we're trying to build the most powerful bass speakers that we can. What's the best speakers/boxes/amps for this? We want to have powerful lower bass - like what you hear in Drum N Bass,



It seems like the club's setups will do okay house and trance, but DnB needs more low bass to sound right...


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Name: gaspar
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Date: 10-Jan-08

hi there a good place to learn here ty

im searching measures for cv b36


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Name: gaspar
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Date: 10-Jan-08

im interesed en cerwin vega bins can some gime me some help pics dimensions etc


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Date: 04-Mar-08

you best


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Name: Bojan Cicak
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Date: 12-Mar-08

Great site, stuff that I was lookig for and i finaly find it

Thanks!!!!!!!


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Name: Adam
Email: roccafella35@hotmail.com
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 03-Jun-08

Hi, ive just built 2 12" scoops from the plans on this site, would anyone mind pointing me in the right direction for drivers and passive xovers please? my amp is 2 x 400w at 8ohm



thanks


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Name: Craig
Email: stokedwindsurfer@hotmail.co.uk
Activity: Hobby-ist
Date: 25-Jun-08

You mentioned that a horn design is not used for mid/HF cabinet design, is that because lower frequencies will bounce more effectively than higher frequencies?

I ask because I want to design a practice guitar amp (for my A level DT project) which incorporates a horn design in the cab. It would (in theory) mean the sound is quite directed, i.e. you sit in front of the cab and you can here perfectly, loudly; but if you sit diagonally etc to the cab then you can't hear it nearly as loud... this would mean easy practicing at home - happy neighbours!



As far as I know, guitar amps use only 1 driver to handle all frequencies... they aren't as bassy as a bass guitar amp obviously but nevertheless still have a fair kick. I have a donor practice amp, so basically all I am designing is the horn cabinet for it.

What do you reckon the outcome will be from using a horn in a guitar amp?


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Name: james
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Date: 06-Feb-09

hi everyone, how are you


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Name: george
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Date: 28-Apr-11

hi. how do you hook up an altec 808-8a horn to a 5 way activ x-over im playing in 4 way. i heard to play it in low 500 freq range so what do i plug it into on the x-over. help


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Date: 28-Apr-11

hi. how do you hook up an altec 808-8a horn to a 5 way activ x-over im playing in 4 way. i heard to play it in low 500 freq range so what do i plug it into on the x-over. help


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Name: chris van de peer
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Date: 01-Mar-12

You better pay fane some cash as you took a lot from there plans in there book as i have the full set on CD rom


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Name: chris van de peer
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Date: 01-Mar-12

Drop me an email if anyone wants some plans i got there stage wedge too


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Date: 05-Mar-12

it's very nice


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Name: ned
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Date: 03-Jul-12

im looking to build system for dub, reggae, jungle or any bass music, i have circus tent and make some music in my spare time, the idea is to have the tent and the music and the system all ready to go at once, the tent is two pole 16 m x 32m fits around 800 after the stage and speakers and lighting are all in place...any help for plans for a good system would be great im angling towards funktion1 type of setup...cheers in advance


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Name: Joel Sumrall
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Date: 02-Aug-12

I have some Delta 12 LFA 's in the box, but want to get a really good low end with them.
Please, send me some plans for them.

Thanks !!


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Name: Eddie S
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Date: 05-Nov-12

600 watts. now they are at half the impedance. So if they were 8 ohms each. you now have a nominal 4 ohms. most likely its more like 3.5 ohms


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i like this site


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Hi, can anyone help, I ve been trying to connect a sound system using powered amp speakers and DI box and I couldnt get the sound out on the bass bin, because i used Aux,


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Hello Nedd help on box design have 4 orion xtr dvc 15's and a crwon 1500 what box would be best for inside my house for good deep bass.. trance and techno music


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Hello Nedd help on box design have 4 orion xtr dvc 15's and a crwon 1500 what box would be best for inside my house for good deep bass.. trance and techno music



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Cabinet plans

Each page contains a downloadable plan as a gif image, sized to print-out onto an A4 page.

STARTER FULL-RANGE 3 DRIVER CABINET

4 X 10" FULL-RANGE CABINET

2 X 15" FULL-RANGE CABINET

2 X 15" FOLDED BASS-BIN FOR MODULAR SYSTEM

1 X 15" REAR HORN LOADED SCOOP BASS-BIN FOR MODULAR SYSTEM

1 X 15" 2 WAY FULL-RANGE REFLEX CABINET (can also be simple bass unit)

2 X 12" ANGLED SHORT-THROW MID CAB FOR MODULAR SYSTEMS

2 X 10" MID AND HIGH FREQUENCY CABINET FOR PASSIVE SYSTEM

HF LARGE HORN CABINET FOR ACTIVE SYSTEM

EASY BASS CAB FOR 15"/18" BASS - (single or double!!)
[Kindly supplied by Celestion uk]
[also can build as 10"/12"/15"/18" + tweeter for full-range]

15" CELESTION W-BIN BASS CAB

MARTIN 15" HORN

EAW BH 882 DUAL 18" BASS

CERWIN VEGA 18" BASSBIN - EARTHQUAKE B36

Lots of plans here...




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