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https://ibb.co/Qpnf4s5 -
Not as large as many here, I designed and built all the speakers.

3 Way MEH tops:
https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/multi-way/335062-bm-d446-ph-4220-a.html
1*P-audio BM-D446
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1* Beyma 15 CM V2

Subs are double 15" isobaric bass reflex tuned to 27Hz:
https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/subwoofers/345807-isobaric-sub-based-pyle-plpw15d.html

Processing is Symetrix symnet with a crown cts4200 on the tops and 2*Yamaha P7000s on subs.
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Missing a few drivers but finished building 4 more subwoofers recently

https://www.instagram.com/sarre_soundsystem/




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Formosa Sound System based in Taiwan





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How do you find the 15cmv2? Looks pretty reasonable for mid-range but have never tried it.
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The 15CMV2 is pretty decent for the price, I only paid £36 each for mine.  Obviously the magnet is a bit weaker than the more expensive woofers which results in a larger box and the frame is stamped rather than cast.  However in the range I use it (100 - 500Hz) its very Hi-Fi and I have never reached the limits of the driver with the CTS4200 that I drive them with.  
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Originally posted by bee bee wrote:

4 x double 21" quakes
2 x BSW-K215's
4 x mid highs
 
All designed and built by myself... please note one of the middle hf horns was not turned on.
Awesome build....would loved to of heard itClap
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Nowt to write home about ATM, got this running at 8r off a TSA 4/700 - three 115's and a HMAPS12 reflex top. Going to be hopefully be getting three more from an install in London and refurbing them, aswell as refurbing another three for a fellow sound down in Worcester. I do like the sound of them. 
A welcome distraction from the main project of OTHorns and a 2x12 horn which has seen alot of umming and ahhing.
Second and third photos another side project called 'Crusting Crew', a parody project (think lurcher dogs on blue string and mouldy ponchos etc) for small festivals, still half done - premise being, fling open the back doors and rave on. 











]Don't you mean crusty crew or maybe (special) brew crew Wacko

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nice!
EMPIRE SOUND
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@Archi

That's dope. I live in Hangzhou, China, I didn't know that there was a reggae system over in Taiwan! Big up.


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Originally posted by empiresoundsystem empiresoundsystem wrote:


Second and third photos another side project called 'Crusting Crew', a parody project (think lurcher dogs on blue string and mouldy ponchos etc) for small festivals, still half done - premise being, fling open the back doors and rave on.





The midtops would really want to be mounted on an interior metal frame, van door hinges are one of the weakest things known to mankind. This van would probably lose a door/not shut after one or two uses. Or come clean off on a blowly day!

Also, other than free party type things, i can't see any festival paying money for something that looks like this... Certainly in the UK, the production bar is generally set far higher.




Edited by mk2_ginger_biscuit69 - 18 October 2020 at 9:50am
''Remember that the object of a subwoofer is to enhance the output of your main speakers, not overpower it''

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Originally posted by mk2_ginger_biscuit69 mk2_ginger_biscuit69 wrote:

Originally posted by empiresoundsystem empiresoundsystem wrote:


Second and third photos another side project called 'Crusting Crew', a parody project (think lurcher dogs on blue string and mouldy ponchos etc) for small festivals, still half done - premise being, fling open the back doors and rave on.





The midtops would really want to be mounted on an interior metal frame, van door hinges are one of the weakest things known to mankind. This van would probably lose a door/not shut after one or two uses. Or come clean off on a blowly day!

Also, other than free party type things, i can't see any festival paying money for something that looks like this... Certainly in the UK, the production bar is generally set far higher.



Hey man, I'm on a new account. I did replace the heavy PS12's with some much lighter Ohm BR8. Did also apply some drop down legs for the doors, but they were not needed. Have seen some 'stages' at festivals big and small consisting of playing out a caravan, ice cream van, 'Grandma's living room' etc - just for novelty factor more than anything. Cheers 
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