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Have a look for some W8’s if you’re going to go more than 1 a side on some WSX’s. 
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Originally posted by dylan-penguinmedia dylan-penguinmedia wrote:

Have a look for some W8’s if you’re going to go more than 1 a side on some WSX’s. 

The W8 are not bad at all, but in Italy it is not found on second hand. I would prefer to build them, there is no mention of W8 anywhere on the web. As for the H3 / H3 + I already have how to configure the cuts, earnings etc.


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Originally posted by lorenzo31071997 lorenzo31071997 wrote:

I had never heard of Peter Morris, I did a search on the web and I did not find a personal site where to find the design plans. I searched the forum and found several products, but not something done and finished. How difficult do you think the production of these boxes would be? We read that the configuration is very difficult to make them sound good, even if the yield is statospheric (how is it possible with only 2x12 "to make 100-20K Hz?). There are many plans of RCF 4PRO, specific components to use and the configurations are ready


If you searched correctly you would have found tons of information.

Including which drivers can be used, and also their correct processing. Nowhere is said that it is very hard to get them sounding right. If you want the best of the cab it will become more difficult because you need the correct FIR processing. 


PS: it doesn't only have two 12" drivers. The whole cab is mainly designed around the coax HF driver. You can use a 4" VC HF driver laike the RCF ND950 but you don't get the same result. If you go for the PM60 you can use two boxes aside (which would be loud).
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I guess your WSX are copies too? 
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Originally posted by Digbethdave Digbethdave wrote:

I guess your WSX are copies too? 


Yes, the WSX are also copies. There are many design plans for the WSX. I had the boxes made by a specialized company that made many of them, the speakers are RCF 18LP300 that fit perfectly


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If you're after some H3's, I have 4 here for sale. You can then open them up and copy to your heart's content.  Unhappy
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Originally posted by Earplug Earplug wrote:

If you're after some H3's, I have 4 here for sale. You can then open them up and copy to your heart's content.  Unhappy

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Not sure which part of “nobody here’s gonna give you commercial plans, it’s frowned upon and a bit shit” you’re not getting.
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here you go, this is a great start to reverse engineer. You need to get a 15" 10" & 1" driver in there, and make it weigh 77.5kg. Should be easy to do!


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Originally posted by mk2_ginger_biscuit69 mk2_ginger_biscuit69 wrote:

here you go, this is a great start to reverse engineer. You need to get a 15" 10" & 1" driver in there, and make it weigh 77.5kg. Should be easy to do!



I already had these data, did you want to make a joke?LOL
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Whilst it won't get you the H3, but here's a link to find the Peter Morris designs... either the 60 or 90 degree.


Also, why not have a search for the X-TRO?

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