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full fane powered 12V soundsystem

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Topic: full fane powered 12V soundsystem
Posted By: Rune
Subject: full fane powered 12V soundsystem
Date Posted: 07 October 2020 at 2:35pm
greetings!
I plan to make a full Fane sound system with old speakers.
It would work on 12V with a battery and interchangeable with a power supply (230V AC => 12V DC).
As a Sub I want to use a 15" Fane scoop loaded with the Fane classic 15/150.
The kick bin I thought to use 2X 12inch Fane kick bin with the speakers fane classic 12/100.
Although I am not sure if these speakers work in this cabinet as I find almost nothing about this bin, not even the name.
I have added a picture of the kick bin. (Link)
I have no idea for the tops yet. It would be nice to make the sound system completely oldschool fane bins and speakers,
but most of the Fane top bins that I found are kind of ugly...Confused
My crossover is an mini-dsp 2x4
My questions are:
-Which top should I use? -what is the name of the 12 "kick bin? -Does the Fane 12/100 work in the kick bin?

 
http://www.subaudio.org/images/fane/FANE4.JPG
Thank you and blessings!



Replies:
Posted By: Phil B
Date Posted: 08 October 2020 at 12:07am
Hi

So first question...what amps are you powering this with? Are you going to use 12v or 240v ? What batteries are you going to use, and how many?

.p.



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Posted By: Rune
Date Posted: 08 October 2020 at 12:44am
Hi, thanks for the reply on my post!
I have a pioneer gm-A6704 Amp (4x 250w@2ohm).
I don't have battery(s) yet but i got a transformer (240v AC => 12V DC). 
Doing it this way can also use the amplifier at 240 volts.
sincerely RuneSmile



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