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  1. They have been picked up today.. thank you everyone for the interest!
  2. I have put these aside for a member who is picking them up tomorrow - will update if it falls through Cheers
  3. Item: 18 inch + 12 inch + 1 inch pub speaker setup Price Range: Free Item Condition: Used Extra Info: I bought these with the ambition to refurbish or rebuild the cabinets and improve the crossovers in the tops but I have moved on to other projects and need more space in the lounge They were used in a pub and the carpeting on them is a bit old, but all the drivers work perfectly. They are: Peavey BW 1801 18" woofers McKenzie 12" midwoofers Fane MD-2151 1" compression drivers on cast aluminium horns There is a passive crossover mounted to the outside of the top cabinets, but you will need an active crossover between the 18" woofers and the tops I can demonstrate them working The tops measure 415 x 570 x 415 and the bass bins are 670 x 920 x 515 so you will need a trailer or large van/ute/wagon to pick them up Pickup is from Newport, 3015 They are the same form factor as the Daniel Hertz M1, with a new cabinet and a tweaked crossover, a similar speaker could be made
  4. This driver work great in small sealed boxes if you have the amplifier power https://www.digikey.com.au/product-detail/en/peerless-by-tymphany/STW-350F188PR01-04/STW-350F188PR01-04-ND/7401300 https://www.parts-express.com/peerless-by-tymphany-stw-350f-188pr01-04-15-high-power-subwoofer--264-1652
  5. dj city do a faital 15hp1060 if you are willing to go down to 15"
  6. An alternate driver to consider is the 2453H-SL
  7. The controlled directivity, SPL capability (and dynamics) + usually a more even power response
  8. PRV 5MR450-NDY - a beast of a little driver from about 300hz and up https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/full-range/259293-prv-5mr450-ndy-fast-waw-applications-43.html
  9. How close can you place them to walls/corners? I have a 15PR400 + FR project i'm working on, and debating whether to do a large box or OB
  10. They do really well in large enclosures.. I can't think of a better/easier way to get this combination of sensitivity and bass extension These ones are in 220L ported boxes https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/full-range/259293-prv-5mr450-ndy-fast-waw-applications-post5725282.html
  11. It would be just as easy to set up something with an aux cable she can plug into the phone
  12. Dowels are a great way to stack them.. for this build i didn't bother reinforcing the legs
  13. I wouldn't read into those figures. A lot of non reputable (and some reputable) manufacturers blatantly lie. Also for car speakers, they can use the on baffle or in an enclosed car sensitivity figures, which will be fairly different
  14. Don't change them. They look like they have been carefully chosen for that design, and the AD844 can be used as a special non feedback I/V that can't be substituted with any other opamp https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/digital-line-level/227677-using-ad844.html
  15. If you want it to be portable, it would be better to upgrade it. I have a shop vac and it's the noisiest vacuum i've ever used. We use a 30L milwaukee dust extractor at work and can easily have conversations next to it.
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