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SB Acoustic (Satori) -2 of 6 1/2" MR16 PNW-8 Midrange

SB Acoustic (Satori) -2 of 9 1/2" WO24P-8 Bass

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Looking good. Are you going to port the WO24P’s and seal the mids? Are you designing your own crossover. I have been looking at the Satori for my next project. The specs and build quality look impressive. Will be interested how you go...

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Hi Mike.. all enclosures will be sealed incl.WO24P Eventually It will be used in 4 way active. Drivers build looks impressive

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I am building something similar except with the sub in the same enclosure at the bottom. I ended up dropping out the bottom 24P (equivalent) as it all started to get too tall. Are you getting around this by putting the sub/lower base in a different box?

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I will use my existing set up for the bass 

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HF enclosures

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Bass enclosures 

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Mid Range Enclosures

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Watching with interest as I'm about to attempt my first build. What sort of ply are you using? Is that just form ply? ta 

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Hi Cam 

yes, it is 17mm form ply I decided to use it as HF/MF and Stand is fully or partly filled with concrete there is another 18mm ply going to be fit all over so the form ply is used for an Internal enclosure only

J      

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Mid Range enclosures 

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Stand & feets 

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Looking good J. Can I come and have a listen when they're done?

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13 hours ago, jkn said:

Hi Cam 

yes, it is 17mm form ply I decided to use it as HF/MF and Stand is fully or partly filled with concrete there is another 18mm ply going to be fit all over so the form ply is used for an Internal enclosure only

J      

I was wondering what you were filling that enclosure up with, now that's mass loading.

 

 

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10 hours ago, niss_man said:

Looking good J. Can I come and have a listen when they're done?

Hi, Simon, I'll be hosting gtg when they are done will let you know The other layer of 18 Ply is around 4 weeks away !!

J

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Always been very curious about the larger Satori drivers. Would be nice to build a small 2 way with the 9.5"driver. Your designs always seem to be very fun and interesting.

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9 hours ago, chrapladm said:

Always been very curious about the larger Satori drivers. Would be nice to build a small 2 way with the 9.5"driver. Your designs always seem to be very fun and interesting.

Hi the biggest Satori midbass driver is 7½" MW19PNW-8 for 2way .I'm thinking to build a bookshelf similar to M8audio maxwell model I think they look awesome https://m8audio.com/product/sweet-maxwell/

 

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