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Drugolf

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  1. Right? As I did above all I want to know is since the tweeters are 8 ohm, mids 16 and the woofer 4 ohm, is there any issue with the crossover as I've built it? And maybe some idea on why these all are different if this is by design on various KHorn models.
  2. Hey! Just a dumb question. My woofers are are 4 ohm. tweeters 8 ohm and mids 16ohm. Any adjustments needed to the AA to account for this? Or is this the standard configuration for the AA?
  3. So are the notches on the bottom just to account for base boards moldings? If so, you could just do whatever makes sense for your application with some thought for versatility I guess.
  4. Just looking for one little inductor......
  5. Shall do on the silicone. Now to find one more of those. I'm looking forward to it for sure. Unfortunately I didn't have a before listen.
  6. Okay, first one done.....I think. Still need to tie down the tweeter inductor when I find the thingy for it. Used Deang's AA roadmap thread in general. Didn't want to spend teh crazt money though on the 13uF cap, at least for now. If anything looks odd, let me know.
  7. I have one and need another if anybody has an extra. Thanks!
  8. I'm on it! Ordered the 2 additional Arizona's last night. Just need the inductors. I know I have one of the original klipsch AA coils..... Hey Deang, I was going to order some of the bus wire from Jameco but I really dont need that much and it would be cool to avoid the wait and shipping cost. Off the top of your head what would be an easy otherwise option for the small amount i need.?
  9. Okay, so I can go ahead and add a 2nd 2.2 Arizona and the coil back in easily enough. I am assuming that is all I need to do. ? Just gotta source em. I actually pulled some recapped AA crossovers from LaScalas to do my initial test on the K horns. In all my reading of related searches on this I thought I had mostly seen it recommended that once the tweeter was upgraded to the Crites tweeter, the belief was the A version would be all that was needed. I guess that was only based on the protection circuit aspect of the AA.
  10. How's that? The tweeter protection of the AA is not needed for the new Crites tweeters. At this point all I am using of the Type A's I got are the T2a. Here's what I've got.
  11. I have all the parts and am about to put together these Type A's. Does anyone care to share a photo or twp of their Type A builds so I can see how others have laid these out?
  12. This supplier has some nice offering. I just finished a rebuild of some Speakerlab KHorns using a white oak from him. As a professional designer, I'll suggest that it is really easy to go to far with something on a piece this big so be careful with that. jsowoodproducts
  13. Goodness, why did I click on this thread? 😖😉
  14. CNC. Got the Crites tweeter cut-out dimensions from Crites. The face of the horn and tweeter baffle was veneered since it will be covered.
  15. Nah, don't worry about it. The only thing I feel I need to do with these would be to recap and then make sure these ports are not totally screwing them up. I will simply so the recap and then see how they sound.
  16. Yeah, I realized that after posting that. Makes it easier to remove and replace the pieces I guess as needed. Reading that this is more of a KP-250 solution rather than an HIP.
  17. Found this photo on another post about the HIP showing it's own crossover labeled HIP.
  18. Interesting. Can you do me a favor and measure the diameter of those ports and length of the tubes? Also, is that cabinet the same dimension as a non-industrial heresy? Do you know if it still uses a Type E-2 crossover? It appears the horns and woofer are much closer configured and thus the motor board is lot smaller.....or that woofer is larger.
  19. I am working on a set of Heresy's for a friend with a recap to start with, but it appears someone changed out the baffle at some point and added a couple round ports that flank the tweeter up top. Any thoughts on what the net is on this move?
  20. I am rebuilding the Speakerlab version of the K. I stripped off the top hat and the front face board of the lower bin and have rebuilt those with hardwoods. White Oak.
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