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    • We did an RF-7 vs RF-7II vs RF-7II(DeanG) vs RF-7III.  Not real controlled or scientific but still a comparison.  We all thought the RF-7III did perform "best" and was more balanced but it was not a runaway.  Kind of like comparing a Chevy Corvette Z06 vs Dodge Viper vs Ferrari 458 vs Porsche 911.   Piano finishes are pretty popular today so I too think it should be offered with the RF-7III.   Bill
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    • Is this room on the ground floor?  One guy ripped up the floor in a few contiguous rooms and dug out a huge pit in the dirt below, then built a strong, huge wood horn in that pit, and had it "speak" through a metal grille in the new flooring he put in.  The grille was as wide as the listening room.  There are photos of this floating around somewhere.   This could be your next project!   You would be well advised to discuss it with your wife first.     P.S. Pat Boone and Harry Browne would suggest you bury some gold down there while you are at it.
    • I would like a set of the plans. Please
      And would this work with a Klipsch k-45-kt 15” driver ?
    • The LS have a peak that seem hard to get rid of.  If one used a HH chamber or a pipe resonator to reduce that peak things would be better for home use of the LS. In PA use I can imagine that any contraption that reduce effiency is a bad thing but at home were the LS hardly goes on at full blast hours on endThe LS has that midbass?
    • Here is the final version which does away with the little pieces to make the full 67.75" width and stays withing the 60" width. It has the 8" section for the woofer and now has a travel of roughly 106". The only other change that may happen is the 15.375" inside height may change to as much as 19" since the wood allows for this and if Claude says the numbers work out. This is the final top view however and I am going to build one by the end of the second week in January so there should be a report soon after. Those of you who have older plans and want the new ones let me know.
    • So you have survived the first encounter with wife 😲, I reckon that second one would be pushing your luck 😊
    • So I'm starting to gather the required parts/components for this. Do I need to get a 10uF cap? If so, what kind & where does it get put in (directional?). I'm a bit ignorant in this, but very willing to learn. Just don't really want to blow up these not too cheap components....   thx Claude. @ClaudeJ1
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