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  1. Speaker wire jacket with 3 pairs of wire

    http://www.knukonceptz.com/mobile-audio/speaker-wire/kl3-kable/
  2. If you could have just one speaker for the rest of your life . . . .

    I use to ask why people were in engineering school. I always loved "Well I am good in math and science." I would then ask, can you change a set of spark plugs? Ever has a wrench in your hands? The answer was usually no. There are quite a few engineers that build and fabricate, but many who do not.
  3. If you could have just one speaker for the rest of your life . . . .

    You need to work with engineers who know how to work with their hands. If they have experience fabricating they are always better engineers. I am not a suing kind of lawyer, I am a developing kind of attorney. I always try to make sure I know what is happening on the ground to make sure that everything works.
  4. If you could have just one speaker for the rest of your life . . . .

    Actually I am a lawyer, and was an engineer before that... I forgot to add: So there, back at ya!
  5. Best DIY subwoofer?

    So how about a build that will fit in the following spaces? up to about 7' or more long, 18" high (maybe another inch or so) and 18" wide max. Or one or two that fit in the following area: 54" wide max, 14" high and maybe 30" deep (I can do two of these).
  6. If you could have just one speaker for the rest of your life . . . .

    You are going to need the matching speakers: http://www.acousticsounddesign.com/core/view_BigProduct.cfm?pid=5789&sc=52
  7. If you could have just one speaker for the rest of your life . . . .

    They are merlot and peaked my interest but they look a little beat. Woofers have dents (which can be replaces) and chips in the finish (which is hard to fix) and no boxes.
  8. If you could have just one speaker for the rest of your life . . . .

    I know. Mine is tucked under a TV so it does not look that big, but they are basically a P37. Love mine.
  9. If you could have just one speaker for the rest of your life . . . .

    Yea, but it smells like old socks.
  10. Klipsch Professional KPT-904

    Are these the 904m? http://assets.klipsch.com/product-specsheets/KPT-904-Data-Sheet-v04.pdf The included passives might work. Someone who owns a pair will jump in.
  11. Soldering Question

    Good info. Thanks. So I assume that my kitchen table is not in a well ventilated area.
  12. ACR Klipschorn clone, help on crossover needed!!

    Please post the x-over plans. I can't wait another 5 years.
  13. Soldering Question

    I have a related question. I was soldering something on Sunday evening and noticed that my solder is a lead mix. I didn;t worry about this stuff when I was younger, but is there a better solder out there now that is not toxic? What do you use? I really do not want to breath lead when I do this work.
  14. Balancing networks

    If you have a woofer of 99 db, midrange of 106 db and tweeter of 104 db efficiency, you need to balance them. You cannot add efficiency to the lower efficiency drivers so you have to cut the more efficient drivers. You also need to limit each driver to a range by crossing them over (or balancing too, I guess), woofer up to 400, midrange from 400 to 5800, and tweeter from 5800 and up. I just guessed at all of the numbers here.
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