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    Posted: 24 January 2012 at 10:44pm
ok so have to looking into building some hd15's iv notices the plans are really all there. iv marked the plans with bits that are missing. the red circles are angles and the black boxes are distances. so what are the angles in the red circles and what are the distances in the black boxes? also does anyone have the plans for the hd15 with the 3,4 or 5 piece horn?



any help is much appreciated 

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I'm also looking for the 3 piece plans. I've seen some on a thread but they were also rather un-detailed (I know you can work out alot of it by using simple mathematics but it would be reassuring to know that I'm doing something to the plan rather than what my crappy trig can figure out)
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worked out the angles just need the hatch size 

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Originally posted by hmaudio hmaudio wrote:

worked out the angles just need the hatch size 



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looking at it i guess you make the hatch size to what ever sixe you want deppending on the driver you use.


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Originally posted by hmaudio hmaudio wrote:

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looking at it i guess you make the hatch size to what ever sixe you want deppending on the driver you use.




Or just make the hatch as big as possible without compromising anything else so you can use whatever driver you like?
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yeah thats right, il get some dimensions later for a largest hatch you can make 
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hi do you now how many liters are the hd15 please thanks asap

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Does anyone know the size of the hatch for the hd15?
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Originally posted by 32true 32true wrote:

Does anyone know the size of the hatch for the hd15?
   

 As above, make it as big as possible without compromising the integrity of the cab, there is no 'fixed' size for the hatch. Also, even with the hatch as big as possible I don't think any 15" driver will actually fit straight in, the driver needs to be fed through the hatch at an angle and sort of flipped on to the baffle as you lower it in, hard to explain but if you've got a HD in front of you you'll see what I mean straight away.Smile




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Originally posted by njw njw wrote:

Originally posted by 32true 32true wrote:

Does anyone know the size of the hatch for the hd15?
   

 As above, make it as big as possible without compromising the integrity of the cab, there is no 'fixed' size for the hatch. Also, even with the hatch as big as possible I don't think any 15" driver will actually fit straight in, the driver needs to be fed through the hatch at an angle and sort of flipped on to the baffle as you lower it in, hard to explain but if you've got a HD in front of you you'll see what I mean straight away.Smile


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