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    Posted: 05 June 2007 at 8:36pm
 Could some one help me find plans for Cerwin Vega Earthquakes.
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SL36 or B36 or.....
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Originally posted by rackmount rackmount wrote:

 Could some one help me find plans for Cerwin Vega Earthquakes.
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Read below thread "entirely" before building anything.

http://www.speakerplans.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=9757&PN=2


Would be nice if you compiled the dimensions from all the given plans
onto the AB36 diagram and posted it here.

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think these are the origional design....
 
 
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Originally posted by basscreator basscreator wrote:

think these are the origional design....
 
 


The best "Quake" boxes are all 36" deep, 24" wide and 36" tall.

That design is one of the castrated 24" deep throw backs.

The AB-36 is best of the lot. has SL36B design, with Angled Metal chamber plate as heatsink, and slightly better driver than rest of series.




This is the one that needs to be Built and Bionic'd with Upto date driver.






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Do u rekon the loonie bin should have a heat sink to make them more efficient, infact all horn cabs !!
Why not make the 186 Horn, rackmount !
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Originally posted by CHAMPION CHAMPION wrote:

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Do u rekon the loonie bin should have a heat sink to make them more efficient, infact all horn cabs !!
Why not make the 186 Horn, rackmount !


From what I understand, the metal plate "heatsinking" just dissipates heat to lower compression. Maybe Rog doesn't consider heat to be a problem with loonies.

But if someone wanted to make aluminium backplate like labsub, I'm sure it is a  minute change.




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 Thanks all, I am looking for the plans for the   L36pe, they are 36X36X24.
I allready have two but would love to build two more!
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 The reason for two more is that I heard that four couple better, can some one please explain?
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Search "horn coupling" or similar... should be plenty of explanations here for that one...
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Originally posted by CHAMPION CHAMPION wrote:

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Why not make the 186 Horn, rackmount !


A 36x24x36 vega horn with additional bracing and top notch driver will drop deeper than 186 horn.

Modelling to confirm.. soon.
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what driver, if it drops lower, will it throw the sound any better ? also how will they respond to different types of music, house, garage, etc
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