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longdrive03

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    Little Rock , AR
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    speaker building, golf,
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    DENON 65 WATT RECEIVER, KENWOOD AMPS,BSR ELECTRONIC CROSSOVER, CUSTOME BUILT SPEAKERS WITH VERSATRONIC MIDS AND VIFA HORN TWEETER, SUBWOOFER RECESSED IN WALL WITH EIGHT 12" WOOFERS FIRING INTO MANCAVE.

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  1. I’m putting heresy components into a larger cabinet and plan to rear mount the a Klipsch 6 x 6 tractrix tweeter horn and A non Klipsch 8 x 12 mid horn for appearance sake. I realize these won’t be Heresys when I’m done. Using K55 mids and screw on EV tweeter driver with Type E xovers. I could also front mount these with a recessed a recessed flush mount. Does it make a nickel‘s worth the difference as far as sound quality or the fraction on the horns if they’re rear mounted? Thanks
  2. LET ME KNOW WHO HAS A PAIR OF THESE AND PRICE/SHIPPING. I'm building a larger Heresy box and using an 8 x 12 mid horn and 7 x 7 Klipsch tractrix tweeter horn with EV driver. K-55 on the mid. All components install on back of motor board. Cabinets are 31" H x 16" W x 14" deep. Plan to port these. Veneering with ribbon mahogany with two side to side and front to back inner braces.
  3. what is the woofer model number on this sub?
  4. Attach pics so we can see them. might ca help.
  5. Have one of these in very good but not perfect condition. $50.00 plus actual shipping to your address. Will pack well and cover woofer cone inside box. Thanks. Having trouble pasting pics even though edited down big time? Longdrive03
  6. Have one of these in very good but not perfect condition. $50.00 plus actual shipping to your address. Will pack well and cover woofer cone inside box. Thanks. Having trouble pasting pics even though edited down big time? Longdrive03
  7. Mookie, HIP looks great. Glad I could supply the trim from Rockhound''s set.
  8. Great idea!! Never thought of that!! That’s why you get paid the big bucks Randy!!!! Thanks
  9. Wow never thought of that or heard of it! Wonder if there is someone that does that for a living in Little Rock area? I'll have to check. Thanks.
  10. You could cut a "cube" out of the corner slightly smaller than necessary to allow for the thickness of the new patch veneer using a good chisel. The main thing is to get the corner square and slightly indented to allow critical placement the square piece you will use to fill in the square cutout you made. The square piece needs to be smaller than the cutout to account for the thickness of the very small patch of veneer. Glue the square piece in place then attache veneer (very thin veneer) Then use a Qtip to dab on stain and finish to match.
  11. i'VE GOT SEVERAL OLD ONE OF DIFFERENT TYPE THAT THE METAL FRAME LOOK BAD. ANYONE KNOW WHAT CAN BE USED TO BRING BACK LUSTER TO THE FRAMES FOR APPEARANCE SAKE. YES I KNOW I CAN BUY NEW ONE FROM BOB CRITES WHO LIVES DOWN THE ROAD JUST A PIECE BUT WANTED TO TRY TO REHAB THE LOOKS FOR SOME RAINY DAY PROJECT. I'VE THOUGHT ABOUT MASKING OFF THE INDUCTOR AND SPRAY PAINTING GLOSS BLACK OR ANOTHER COLOR. ANY HELP APPRECIATED. THANKS. LONGDRIVE03
  12. Yep Victrola, got one of these stored in my attic after removal from the cabinet.
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