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  • hongrn
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    Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

    Originally posted by badman View Post
    Indeed, the ages for dancing and vitality are surely present tense with the aesthetic priority. Of the simulate and measure people who make wrong the aged methods do not apply in our art! But for with the abjective wasteful, not to live in shiney temple.
    Jeff, I love the way this was phrased. So, did you do an English to German then back to English Google translation? Masterful!

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  • badman
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    Originally posted by UpperCut View Post
    Please , don’t be sorry on my account as that what you write here is 110% exactly the wrong way of thinking for a time we are living in (2016) well not only as it is from the midlevel (dark ages) times of enclosure development.
    You mite think this is Gospel what you proclaim, but how wrong can you be!!! I guess you never will find out with such antiquated views.

    rgs UpperCut
    Indeed, the ages for dancing and vitality are surely present tense with the aesthetic priority. Of the simulate and measure people who make wrong the aged methods do not apply in our art! But for with the abjective wasteful, not to live in shiney temple.

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  • UpperCut
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    Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

    Originally posted by Chris Roemer View Post
    Most come here more to learn the technical side of design. That includes math, science, and simulations. Most also enjoy a nice looking enclosure, but IMO that's always secondary to good sound.

    Sorry.
    Please , don’t be sorry on my account as that what you write here is 110% exactly the wrong way of thinking for a time we are living in (2016) well not only as it is from the midlevel (dark ages) times of enclosure development.
    You mite think this is Gospel what you proclaim, but how wrong can you be!!! I guess you never will find out with such antiquated views.

    rgs UpperCut

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  • Chris Roemer
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    Most come here more to learn the technical side of design. That includes math, science, and simulations. Most also enjoy a nice looking enclosure, but IMO that's always secondary to good sound.

    Sorry.

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  • UpperCut
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    Originally posted by joshuass1467 View Post
    I agree. The leather wrap does look very nice and the color choices fit well together, too. However, maybe it is just the photo angle, but it looks like the woofer sitting in the white panel is not centered. The plane you have established where the feet are located also looks off angle when looking at from the front (assuming the white piece is the front of the unit).

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  • joshuass1467
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    Originally posted by robertcottiers View Post
    I cannot comment on sound quality but I do like what you have done from an aesthetic viewpoint....

    Regards
    Bob C.
    I agree. The leather wrap does look very nice and the color choices fit well together, too. However, maybe it is just the photo angle, but it looks like the woofer sitting in the white panel is not centered. The plane you have established where the feet are located also looks off angle when looking at from the front (assuming the white piece is the front of the unit).

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  • djg
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    Thanks for explaining this Badman.

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  • robertcottiers
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    Originally posted by UpperCut View Post
    And again as per the above write up here a few new Images to be shown what happen after the weekend.

    Just a raw / coarse assembly to figure out the rest of items to be ordered Etc. and I'm still waiting for the speaker chassis to arrive so here just a fitting with substitutes chasssis!

    rgs UpperCut

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]63947[/ATTACH]

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]63948[/ATTACH]

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]63949[/ATTACH]

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]63950[/ATTACH]

    I cannot comment on sound quality but I do like what you have done from an aesthetic viewpoint....

    Regards
    Bob C.

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  • badman
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    With the creative tech solution that is not old in thinking, establishment of new paradigm is business critical to use some dynamat and describe it as a new look of science with technology sound of nomenclature. Leaving the validation for poor thinkers, creative build such is gold for design of not to meaningful development.

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  • UpperCut
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    Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

    Originally posted by kenny_k View Post
    So....... it looks like you use a universal box with four standard openings. Then, spacers(decoupling rings) and caps(hole covers) for each finished speaker configuration. Plus, someone else designs your crossovers. Is this on the right track?
    First up this is not a universal enclosure (sorry I do not build boxes as in Rectangular Coffins!!!) and as this is a build up it has possibilities of what can be used like 1 PR, 2 PRs or well if you game maybe 3 PRs, but that is something I have not though about but could or definatly would work better then a cube which were around at some stage. Now I did in the nintees and long before that (as my first trade I worked in was electronics) my own crossovers yetliving in New Zealand which has as much as nothing when it come to quality parts etc. I have found an outfit overseas which does that all for you and to a very reasonable price with great advise and skill say the least - USING ONLY the best available components I could by elsewere but for very much more money which I do not have. So that is why I let my Hi-Fi quality crossover build somewere else for me.
    I like passive crossover the most and I do have them and use them everywere in automotive as well including my own two sound vans.

    Originally posted by kenny_k View Post
    What is the significance of the "foil" in the box and the smaller washers on the decoupling ring?
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]63961[/ATTACH]
    The significance of that foil as you call it is rather plentyfull but that is just not a normal foil !!! the silver coloured layer is a very speacial layer which is shielding some other material(s) I use for my .... one of two.
    (now here we go again LET's rattle the cage) 'The Reduction / Elimination of resonance through ways of newer and far more advanced Energy Absorption & Wave Dampening techniques as well as through different ways of build up enclosure shape Design & Development.' and which I call relating to the foil question '‘Air Cushioning - Area Trapped Air Arresting Motion Suspension’.
    And refering to the second not shown not mentioned before 'Single & Double - Resonance Dispersion Panels’ ....

    Now the washers are just in this Image washers to hold down the decoupling ring to mould the artificial lether into place when glued so that it does not rincle!!!

    rgs UpperCut

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  • kenny_k
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    What is the significance of the "foil" in the box and the smaller washers on the decoupling ring?
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  • Chris Roemer
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    Now I get it!

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  • badman
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    To achieve the better result a ring type method can be used in box format. The product inputs which are to be scaled can make for the strange result, which problem they cause depend upon frame and ideal. Layer cutting of speaker environments lead to the bouncy sound, unless structure is applied on the hollow space. Making sound as Artists Intend for product make to fitting frames in box too big on the asymmetrical frame woofer type.

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  • UpperCut
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    Re: I.S.C.T. - 'Hearing Music The Way The Artist(s) Intended It To Be Heard'

    Originally posted by kenny_k View Post
    So....... it looks like you use a universal box with four standard openings. Then, spacers(decoupling rings) and caps(hole covers) for each finished speaker configuration. Plus, someone else designs your crossovers. Is this on the right track?
    Somewere in this thread it is mentioning that these enclosures are 'Build Ups' so not a / the final product! I allways build this way to learm and aquiere more & better / different ways as well as find any pit falls and avoid them fwhen building the final product.

    rgs UpperCut

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  • joshuass1467
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    So this is a subwoofer? I am having trouble figuring out what I am looking at here exactly...

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