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  • A pair of Classix 2.5

    Hi All

    Just want to show pictures of my finished Classix 2.5's.
    Build with a circular saw, with a homemade sledge, a router and a jigsaw.

    Sound is amazing!

  • #2
    Well done! I love builds from similarly under-tooled folks like myself
    Electronics engineer, woofer enthusiast, and musician.
    Wogg Music
    Published projects: PPA100 Bass Guitar Amp, ISO El-Cheapo Sub, Indy 8 2.1 powered sub, MicroSat, SuperNova Minimus

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    • #3
      Wow! With a shop full of tools I don't think I could have produced any better workmanship! The inside pic really shows the level of workmanship and attention to detail that is difficult without all the conveniences of a well equipped shop. My hat's off to you.
      If life were fair, Elvis would still be alive today and all the impersonators would be dead.
      ~ Johnny Carson

      Bungelow Ed's Photo Album http://techtalk.parts-express.com/album.php?u=8594

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      • #4
        Nice work.

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        • #5
          Those look great!! I am for sure loving mine. Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk

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          • #6
            Great work with simple setup!

            How does the bottom port exit through the base?

            Andy.

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            • #7
              Thank you all for the positive comments!

              Andy, I raised the speaker with 3 hollowed "plates", and placed spikes underneath. I opened up the back for more airflow.
              But! The floor is interacting with the port, so i needed to account for it in the portlength.

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              • #8
                This is amazing especially for the limited tools you used such as myself. My first car Subwoofer box was made with a circular saw and straight edge.
                Break in period = The time it takes for the new speakers to break in. And the time it takes for you ears to get adjusted to the new speakers.

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                • #9
                  Great job! Sorry I missed this post earlier.
                  Isn't it about time we started answering rhetorical questions?

                  Paul Carmody's DIY Audio Projects
                  Twitter: @undefinition1

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                  • #10
                    Thank you again for the design Paul. I've been searching for a speaker like this for many years. A FUN! speaker, that plays modern music without ripping your ears apart

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