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    Posted: 05 March 2020 at 10:58am
Basically If someone could help me by giving  me. A cut sheet for the XM 15 thanks x

Struggling to get my head around the plans 


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is it because there are irregular shapes? they're really not a complicated plan. a lot of people use software like https://www.maxcutsoftware.com/ to make sheet layouts.
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thanks also is building 2x XM 15 a good place to start as my first speakers , 

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you won't be able to get the correct p-audio sn15mb these days. i built a pair years ago and they're better use as a pair of tops on stands than they are as monitors on the floor. so you'd be as well off building simpler tops probably as a start. and maybe have a look around for some more modern plan with available drivers. (i'm not sure what's around these days).

but yes. a pair of full range kinda tops like these are a good place to start.
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https://www.bcspeakers.com/resources/suggested-designs/

have a look there for a quick start..
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@cravings
 I’ve have found people selling the 12bs did u say that they wouldn’t fit ??

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