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Hello,
A model of my DIY loudspeakers i have served Ti6k- JBL. My first contact with
them, was in distant 2005.
I started working with them in 2009 and finished in 2012.
The loudspeakers are "SEAS"- Excel / Tw-1”, Mw-5”for center 2? 5.5”,Bass-8,5”/ and cross-over parts- "Intertechnik".

Nominal impedance- 8 OhFreguency Range 30Hz-20kHzCharacterstic Sensitivity(2,83V/1m)- 87db
Long Term-110W.
Have are some pictures, if there is interest, i will continue.
Regards!

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Hello,
A model of my DIY loudspeakers i have served Ti6k- JBL. My first contact with
them, was in distant 2005.
I started working with them in 2009 and finished in 2012.
The loudspeakers are "SEAS"- Excel / Tw-1”, Mw-5”for center 2? 5.5”,Bass-8,5”/ and cross-over parts- "Intertechnik".

Nominal impedance- 8 OhFreguency Range 30Hz-20kHzCharacterstic Sensitivity(2,83V/1m)- 87db
Long Term-110W.
Have are some pictures, if there is interest, i will continue.
Regards!
center2.thumb.jpg.bb13d9243fd1082414621e19a9cce9bd.jpg
20160311_145334.thumb.jpg.a11f6109ac6f5e142e7800b9c259e0db.jpg
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20140829_120357.thumb.jpg.32c97a3bec81224cf9f1e796dd48d822.jpg

Beautiful work there mate. More photoa are definitely required.
Linc

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Before I start the comments in this forum I want to apologize for my poor English, do what I can!
Excuse me!

Joro

 

Thank you all for the good evaluation of my work, thank you very much!

In order to save time, I will allow myself a clarification:
-Everything in this project-idea, design filters the overall workmanship of the cabinets to the last detail was done by my hands.

 

Little later i'll show you how was made the speakers are made, step by step.

Thank you for your attention!

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Before I start the comments in this forum I want to apologize for my poor English, do what I can!
Excuse me!
Joro
 
Thank you all for the good evaluation of my work, thank you very much!
In order to save time, I will allow myself a clarification:
-Everything in this project-idea, design filters the overall workmanship of the cabinets to the last detail was done by my hands.
 
Little later i'll show you how was made the speakers are made, step by step.
Thank you for your attention!

Mate, your english is better than mine!
Looking forward to more photos.
Linc

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1 hour ago, jororaitchev said:

my poor English, do what I can!

 

 

We are Australian.    We all have bad english.     :D 

 

The cabinet looks very nice woodwork.

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I'm very impressed, well done they must sound amazing

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40 minutes ago, davewantsmoore said:

 

 

We are Australian.    We all have bad english.     :D 

 

The cabinet looks very nice woodwork.

Hardly things are as bad  as with me.

Thank you!
Joro

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44 minutes ago, woadl said:

I'm very impressed, well done they must sound amazing

 

Thanks!
Excuse me for using a cliché; They sound as they look.

 They're already sold! The rear speakers (you have not seen them yet) ,are in the initial stage of construction - too.

 

Joro
 

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Welcome to SNA Joro!

 

With workmanship like that, you will definitely have a very appreciative audience here!!! Incredible work.

 

Please post lots of pictures, we will look forward to them.

 

Regards,

 

Matt

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12 hours ago, Sub Sonic said:

Welcome to SNA Joro!

 

With workmanship like that, you will definitely have a very appreciative audience here!!! Incredible work.

 

Please post lots of pictures, we will look forward to them.

 

Regards,

 

Matt

 

 

Thanks for the good words!

I promised to  show you how was made the speakers are made;

First did this "home-matrix".MK.jpg.028e3a9a69412c9cb77b73317531ff13.jpgm-1.thumb.jpg.7ee5ae72888ce8e0e17f0014555cb686.jpg

 

and for the center:

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After, i bended 8 layers / 4mm / MDF;

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After assembly, veneering with " Bird's Eye View", /  "Bird's eye " veneer/

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The finish is 35-40 layers of acrylic auto varnish and after each layer- polishing in order to obtain this:07.thumb.jpg.5114476fd1cd4ba4d02af1a4a2ed3557.jpg59203f0b98481_0087-.thumb.jpg.31de83cad582c8d92f544197534a3a1f.jpg

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And now some pictures of the "dark side of the moon"; 20140901_170426.jpg _131241.jpg 20160311_144109.jpg 

That was all about this project. In a few days I will show you the rear- speakers project I am currently working on.
Thanks for your attention!

 
 

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Posted (edited)

I want to show you my other work in the initial phase;

 

 

 

 

 

 

I want to show you my other work in the initial phase;

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6 minutes ago, jororaitchev said:

 

 

Not used  "CNC" machine.

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Joro, amazing work looks like it's going to be great!!! Wish I had the tools and skills with wood you do!

Look forward to seeing it evolve!

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8 hours ago, hyper said:

Joro, amazing work looks like it's going to be great!!! Wish I had the tools and skills with wood you do!

Look forward to seeing it evolve!

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Thanks!
Do not think you need many tools, this is my "Copy Center";tools-k.thumb.jpg.4b8d6c2a40342f86aedac09f72b840b1.jpg

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3 hours ago, Peter the Greek said:

Beautiful work, congrats!

Thanks!

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11 minutes ago, 125dBmonster said:

Really trick cabinetry 

@BioBrian would like these also

 

Please keep posting and thanks for sharing.

 

 

The name of this construction from "B & W" is:
 "Matrix? Internal bracing-system for cabinet stability" ,

 

  I will use my  term- "Ventilation".
Accept this term as a metaphor of a vented inner structure of cabinet , / I will say in a different way /,  has the task of preventing the column's own sound and participating in the design process.

Joro

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5 hours ago, jororaitchev said:

 

Thanks!
Do not think you need many tools, this is my "Copy Center";tools-k.thumb.jpg.4b8d6c2a40342f86aedac09f72b840b1.jpg

Hey, looks like my set of exotic tools....!

 

Well done on your work, from one builder to another....

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19 minutes ago, atilsley said:

Hey, looks like my set of exotic tools....!

 

Well done on your work, from one builder to another....

 

Pay attention to the most important tool/ it's a metaphor/- the panel behind of the tools, it's my job too - I must finish her,after for some time .

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Why and how should a beautiful project be changed at the outset?
The problem is in the frequency of around 5000Hz; There is a peak ,which strongly influences the average frequencies.There are two ways to solve this problem:
- Adding one more MW,
-More complicated construction of the filter I don't know the exact name , maybe (reager).
This project may be look beautiful, but will be changed.
As I wrote at the beginning of my post, everything is done by me, I do not use ready filters / and I do not recommend it to anyone unless it is a ready-made kit with cabinets /.Will try to explain why this project is  had changed at the very beginning.These speakers are made of a specific alloy and have their own characteristics.

 

Characteristics of the speaker in 55 liters closed volume:
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Characteristics of speakers with and without filters:

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Transmission characteristics of speakers:

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What should I choose in this situation?
-1 option, add one more 18 FX001,
-2 option,remove one 26 FX001,
I chose a new progect with 4 identical speakers:1 ? 26 FX001, 1? 22 FX001, 1? 18 FX001 , T 25 CF002
 
 

 

 

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Rear- speakers project - early stage;

The loudspeakers are "SEAS"- Excel T25CF002-1", W18EX001- 6,5".Oll is made by hand, not used "CNC" machine.

 

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You, Sir, are a genuine artisan :-)

 

Regards,

 

SS

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