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7 minutes ago, Marvel said:

Braces for side walls:

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Very nice and no MDF I see. Whose are these?

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.. never mind

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Greg at Volti made some of the braces as well as Dave Harris, I believe.

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3 minutes ago, Marvel said:

Greg at Volti made some of the braces as well as Dave Harris, I believe.

Any idea on the kits Dave mentioned? Any chance someone could diy?

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These wouldn't be hard to make, but you need to make a template for each side as they aren't exact. I am sue the newer parts that are CNCd are way more accurate.

 

Bruce

 

PS Thanks Dave. I couldn't remember who made the LS bottom, but it was obviously Greg.

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1 minute ago, Marvel said:

These wouldn't be hard to make, but you need to make a template for each side as they aren't exact. I am sue the newer parts that are CNCd are way more accurate.

 

Bruce

I see. Have you made them?

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I didn't feel my original pair needed them, but the beater pair I now have doesn't seem as solid, so I will probably go ahead and try some.

 

Some folks put two on each side, which would actually be a bit better. It would shift the resonant freq. way up.

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1 minute ago, Cinema_head said:

I see. Have you made them?

Read what Volti Audio has to say about these. They are not one size fits all and you need to be handy to make them right.

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1 minute ago, Marvel said:

I didn't feel my original pair needed them, but the beater pair I now have doesn't seem as solid, so I will probably go ahead and try some.

 

Some folks put two on each side, which would actually be a bit better. It would shift the resonant freq. way up.

Heh Heh and some like me just beat the sides off and replace with 25mm Baltic Birch. I would not do that to good condition cabinets but will do it to LSI's in a heart beat.

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There are three variants of the K-55, and they are not the same. 

 

 

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I haven't heard the push terminal K-55 but I can tell you the soldered lug K-55-V in my Heresy are outstanding.

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1 hour ago, wuzzzer said:

I haven't heard the push terminal K-55 but I can tell you the soldered lug K-55-V in my Heresy are outstanding.

Yeah those are the best I have heard in person but try to get them when you need them.

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1 hour ago, Deang said:

There are three variants of the K-55, and they are not the same. 

 

 

Are you including the "M" in this?

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Yes. It surprises me that someone would infer that there is no audible difference between the single and two piece phase plug versions. 

 

The Atlas solder lugged, or two piece phase plug version is the one to have if you can find a pair. The A-55-G is also nice. 

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