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  • My balcony made Speedsters ))

    Hello everybody !

    My name is Aleks - live in Boca Raton FL
    I want to share my expirience in diy speakers.
    While i waited a new project on my job i decided to build something to keep my hands and head busy)

    I rent an apatment - and only place i can make somthing is balcony))

    So i got package from PE and borow some teak in local cabinet shop


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            It was my first DIY speakers - so dont juge me strong))

            Also i decided to make a sound a little brighter and put 6 Ohm resistor in the begining of tweeter part of crossover instead the 10 Ohm.
            They sounds great - open and bright on the top and with a decent bass on the bottom.
            Thanks.
            Aleks

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              Those look terrific !

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                Very nice....teak oil finish I assume?

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                  Originally posted by Uncle Bob View Post
                  Very nice....teak oil finish I assume?

                  minwax honey stain ( teak looks yellow without stain ) and Watco lacquer semi gloss

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                    Originally posted by Chris Roemer View Post
                    Those look terrific !
                    Thank you))

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                      If that's what you can do on an apartment balcony, I want to see what you can accomplish in a well equipped wood shop. Very nice, very nice in deed!
                      If life were fair, Elvis would still be alive today and all the impersonators would be dead.
                      ~ Johnny Carson

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                        Nice job!, happy listening.

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                          Thanks for the peek at your teak. Quite nicely done.

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                            Thank you guys!!!

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                              You need to work on your woodworking skills. Those look terrible.

                              I kid! I kid! Fantastic work!

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