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    Posted: 27 November 2004 at 11:27pm

Ladys and Gents, here are some new designs i have come across, enjoy:-

The EV MTL Cab Design

http://www.geocities.com/loudspeakerguru/TL4050SPEC1.jpg

http://www.geocities.com/loudspeakerguru/TL4025SPEC2.jpg

http://www.geocities.com/loudspeakerguru/TL4025.jpg

http://www.geocities.com/loudspeakerguru/TL4050.jpg

http://www.geocities.com/loudspeakerguru/TL4025.gif

The Fane Double 15 Folded  Horn

http://www.dancetech.com/aa_dt_new/pa/plans/2x15-folded-prin t.gif

LabHorn Design

http://www.prosoundweb.com/lsp/horn_asm_1.pdf

JBL 4530 15" Scoop

http://members.aol.com/xxbase80a/rutsche.1.15/bau.html

JBL 4520 2x15" Scoop

http://members.aol.com/xxbase80a/doppelrutsche.2.15/bau.html

Shearer  2x15"

http://members.aol.com/xxbase80a/shearer.2.15/bau.html

http://www.hornloudspeakers.de/EIndex/EPA/EShearer/eshearer. html

 

2x15" W-Bin

http://members.aol.com/xxbase80a/w2.15.bin/bau.html

http://mitglied.lycos.de/crusher844/box/215wbin.gif

University Classics

http://www.geocities.com/loudspeakerguru/CorrectedUniversity Classic.gif

http://www.geocities.com/loudspeakerguru/UniversityClassic.j pg

 

Voice of the Theater

http://members.aol.com/xxbase80a/voice.of.theatre/bau.html

EighteenSound Vented15" Bass Bin

http://www.eighteensound.it/pdf/applic/BR115.pdf

EighteenSound Vented18" Bass

http://www.eighteensound.it/pdf/applic/BR118.pdf

EighteenSound 18" Bass

http://www.eighteensound.it/pdf/applic/BPH118.pdf

EighteenSound Double 15" Vented

http://www.eighteensound.it/pdf/applic/BR215.pdf

EighteenSound Double 18" Vented

http://www.eighteensound.it/pdf/applic/BR218.pdf

Selenium 2x15" bass (long throw)

http://www.selenium.com.br/site2000/trio_eletrico/pdfs/HB150 2B12.pdf

Selenium 12" Mid/high (long throw)

http://www.selenium.com.br/site2000/trio_eletrico/pdfs/HB120 5A3.pdf

Selenium Project

http://www.selenium.com.br/site2000/trio_eletrico/pdfs/Frent e_Fundo.pdf

Selenium Subgraves

http://www.selenium.com.br/site2000/subgraves/pdfs/subgraves 1.pdf

Selenium 15"+12"

http://www.selenium.com.br/site2000/discoteca/pdfs/Discoteca 1.pdf

Selenium PROJECTS (page contains pdf files to all projects)

http://www.selenium.com.br/site2000/pas/projeto_pas.htm

Caire website loads of pdf's :- 

http://web.archive.org/web/20000615032256/http://www.ciare.i t/Myprospeak.htm

I liked this design : http://web.archive.org/web/19980512092659/www.ciare.it/pdf/M YPROS6-7.pdf

That sould keep you lot busy !!!

i will put sum more up soon.....

 

 

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if you have any problems with the links...get bak to me i will sort it out.
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FAB List of goodies! thanks!
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having fun ! what do you think of the designs ?
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i like that little double 15" folded horn

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I've made a couple of those double 15" horns and loaded them with PD1550's. Although needed to extend the back of the cab by about 18mm to get the PD's in. Also added 3 aluminium heat sinks to the removable back panel to chill things out as the rear chamber is quite small. Run a cab up with 1500 watts and they make quite a bit of sound for there size. Not much low bass, but a nice quick kick bass generated. Good for music like techno.
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cool, i've been making some big 15" folded horns (2m path length) and they seen to play nice low, still awaiting me finnishing the remaining2 to test the stack of 4 (combined mouth of over 12900 cm2).....

....chuffin' big tho!! the living space in my house shrinks by the day!!

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what drivers are you going to use for these cabs.

Yeah know what your saying about living space, many would say we're mad. What I say is there's nothing wrong with been keen.

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...couldn't have put it better myself!

...PD 156 in the horns......got them from some dodgey pub install full range cabs.....each cab had 1x PD156 2x phl audio 6.5"  and 8 piezo's...good drivers (except the piezo's) ...sh*t cabs....untill now!

30/cab got all 4 of em...................sweet

the rear chamber on mine is tight too (ooh err!) how did you do your heat sinks? i'm hoping mine don't burn up and die!

 

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I still don't get how someone can pair a PHL mid with a bunch of piezos. At first I though you were posing and taking the piss in a big way, but it seems like you have the ultimate HF torture device to your disposal. How about putting them on top of your tops on a simple baffle just for looks? Get someone in the know totally shocked how a buch of piezos can sound that good
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.....ha ha!!

....excellent idea man! 32 piezo's stuck on a box on top of the stack....scare the sh*t out of anyone that knows the score.....then hide some p.audio compression drivers on horns somewhere cunning and out of site........32 of the f**kers.......i feel like i should do something with em........ maybe make anti dog-attack sirens...... or sell em on ebay with a load of sh*t bigging em up ....

"classic vintage collectable motorolla high frquency units, offer stunning (literally) sound performance with stylish moulded plastic exteriors, midnight black with silver trim, carry the much respected motorolla badge. ultra light weight versions, available for limited period only, a bargain at only 10 per unit..."

.....ok, ok...form an orderly que!!

 

...i'd be f**king laughin' with 32 o' the little beauties to flog!

 

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Originally posted by dubsuction dubsuction wrote:

the rear chamber on mine is tight too (ooh err!) how did you do your heat sinks? i'm hoping mine don't burn up and die!

I added heat sinks by constructing the back panel out of two sheets of wood sandwiched together. I cut the back panels out off a piece of 15mm and 9mm ply. For the heatsink material I used three 5mm thick aluminium sheets. I clamped the two back panels together and cut three section out that were 40mm smaller in width and height of the heaksinks. Then using a router set t 5mm depth I routered the edge of the cut-out on the 15mm thick panel  so the heatsink laid flush into it. I then applied silicon to both side of the heatsink where it come in contact with the wood, then screed and glued the 9mm panel on top clamping the heaksinks in place.

Sorry description a bit poor but at work so had to write quickly. Can write a better one tonight if needs be.

Hope this helps.

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