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    Posted: 06 April 2006 at 6:26pm

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im building some d&b MAX 15'' coaxial monitors these are very very popular and industry standard!- if you would like some PM me, i can make the cabs for you fully finished u just need to put your Coaxial 15'' driver in,

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What sort of price are we looking at?

Would this include a d&B type grill?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Insomnia Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 April 2006 at 6:55pm
Originally posted by Ben_Lawrance Ben_Lawrance wrote:

What sort of price are we looking at?

Would this include a d&B type grill?

check your Pm's

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CVA already build them in large quantities, probably quite cheap.

The problem with copies of these is that D&B use a much better crossover than the stock B&C one.  If you run them active this problem is removed of course.

I know them very well as everyone around here uses them.
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Who are CVA?

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CVA are based near London, build cabs and do club installs.  Nothing fancy, mainly their own variations on popular cabs but that includes their version of the Max15.

Admitedly it's probably not difficult to do yourself.  If I could get my hands on a real one I could find out what the crossover is.

The main local company runs them active with 1.2kW on the 15" and about 450W on the 2"! (2xCamco V6 + V3Quadro + DBX 4in8out to make a 4 way active monitor rack) Very f.ing loud wedges and sound very good to.  They also very very rarely blow drivers even running them hard on a daily basis at that level.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Mark James Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 07 April 2006 at 3:45pm

so all in all a damn sturdy and reliable, if ear killing monitor.

hmmm thats the point though, so there good then!

If you want people to feel the bass then a reflex design is probably best as you get the most air movement per decibel from those.      errrrr yes wtf?
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It's all down to B&C producing an excellent coaxial driver, all D&B or anyone else has done is to put it in a suitable box.  I think Proel might have brought out a version.  Admitedly the response isn't the flattest but given the EQ which often ends up being applied to stage wedges anyway it's not an issue.  I've also used the 12" (Max12) and 8" coaxial B&C drivers.  All very good.  The 8" makes a good install speaker.

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Hi all

the theme Coaxmonitors is on my head

i have look at the LAcoustic 15XT, the Ratsound monitors ,an more but this DBmax is very good looking is the B&C the speaker inthat box or some strange OEM on it ?

can you post the plans of the box or PM me please

thanks for the help

yours Vitor

 

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theres sum pics guys 6 for 1000

 



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Any chance you can do less than 6?

Say only 4?

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can do u 4 for 800
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