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    Posted: 23 January 2005 at 12:47pm

I can't seem to picture in my head what the MT 122's would look like. Has anyone built these and have pictures available?

 

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The picture really helps. I was thinking that there was a horn in the middle. I guess on could put a horn there if they wanted to. What I am wanting to do is stay in a three way system, with room for great female vocals and drum sound.
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There is a horn in the middle....Only when I built them I had a seperate horn in another box...Since replaced by the correct Beyma CP800Ti and horn as originally suggested by Rog prior to P-Audio being "flavour of the month" (the mids are P-Audio SN12B, though)
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julz, just followed your link, cool photies!! what are the cabinets that have red fronts/insides??

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Originally posted by moss moss wrote:

julz, just followed your link, cool photies!! what are the
cabinets that have red fronts/insides??

them be a double variant of the selenium hb1505c1, as found by
navigating
through the constructions section of www.selenium.br, they are part of a
complete system called i think frento fundo.

http://www.selenium.com.br/site2000/trio_eletrico/pdfs/
Trio_Eletrico1.pdf

i was going to build 16 of them (they model nicely) but have opted to put
the drivers into a modified martin 215 mkIII instead because they are a
little more manageable and go lower with fewer boxes, on paper at any
rate...

james.

(as my text doesn't wrap i can't put big links like that as active, sorry!)
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Hey Guys.

I am need to the completion of building my first MT122. Can one of you advise what kind of connection i can use in the back. Julz from your pictures i could not make out the connection.

 

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the best connectors to use and pretty much industry standard are neutrik Speakons.

 

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Originally posted by soundguymark soundguymark wrote:

the best connectors to use and pretty much
industry standard are neutrik Speakons.

seconded, don't waste your time with owt else.

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I used 4 speakon NL4s on each cabinet in 2 seperate plates...in/out for Hi and Mid

James: The Selenium cabs go quite low (around 35Hz) in 4s...but they work best from 80-220Hz...but they go higher, if necessary, too...

A great and versatile design...Just a bit big, is all!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote james folkes Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 20 January 2006 at 3:28am
oh don't say that! i had really set myself on making a gigantic pile of them,
hornresp had shown that stacks of 8 a side had the potential for some
serious comedy. they are quite big though, ultimately when i worked out
that the martin bins were quite a bit more compact and seeing as how
transport space is at such a premium i thought i knew which way to go.

i have to face the fact that my martins might not happily cross to the 10"
mt122 variants though, my mkI bins may have given me a false sense of
security as the almost straight horn allows crossing above 250Hz with
seemingly little ill effect.

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