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    Posted: 09 June 2015 at 11:43am
I wanted to build this cabinet, but i couldn't find the cut list for it.
So i decided to make my own and share it if someone needs it:
(I built it myselft with theese plans.)
18mm thick material.



Back panel:



Front panel:



Inner panels:








Side panels(x2):



Top-Bottom panels:



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..aaaaaaaaand the recommended drivers for YOUR cab?
If it sounds like a gorilla is trying to escape, turn it down.
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http://www.speakerplans.com/index.php?id=x15
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Originally posted by mailk mailk wrote:

http://www.speakerplans.com/index.php?id=x15

First up, thanks for sharing - so many people just come and ask for stuff so it's good to see someone doing it the other way round Thumbs Up

Mini-mad's point is that the original drivers haven't been available for several years, so unless you're very lucky and find a replacement with very similar T/S parameters, then at least one panel (the port shelf) will need to be different to ensure the right tuning for whatever driver you do end up using.
(The current P.Audio series of drivers with similar model names to the originals have very different parameters so should not be trusted to work as-is.)
HTH,
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...cheers! what he said Embarrassed
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mailk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11 June 2015 at 1:57pm
I just had two cheapo speakers lying around for years and i wanted to do something with them, so i started to search for a plan.
I found the x-15 and i started to play with it and the speakers in WinISD. It seemed to fit quite well. (ofc. you have to adjust the port frequency)

They sound decent enough.

So i cant really recomend drivers for it.
It seems my drivers are out of production as well. old ones...
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Originally posted by mailk mailk wrote:

I found the x-15 and i started to play with it and the speakers in WinISD. It seemed to fit quite well. (ofc. you have to adjust the port frequency)

They sound decent enough.
 
Then it's all good, thanks for sharing.
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Did you cut from standard sheets of 244x122? If so, how many sheets do you need for one cab? Or even how many cabs out of one sheet, should that be the case
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