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  • ronk
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    Target melamine cannister with tang band w3 1364.

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  • JavadS
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    Cool find Joey!

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  • ronk
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    I just got back from Target. No more wooden Septagon containers. But they do have the large wooden waste basket that can be used for the flower pot.

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  • ScenesFromAHat
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    Originally posted by Millstonemike View Post
    A flat, thinner board of almost any shape can be used against the backs (glued or screwed). The bottom of the board would be a wide as needed to stabilize the speaker side to side. The bottom edge's of the front of the speaker and the board would stabilize the speaker front to back. And the distance between the cups can be chosen to facilitate the tweeter mounting.

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    This is sweet

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  • ronk
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    Something like this?

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  • joeybutts
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    Love it. The "Flower Pot" idea is so cool. Using one as a base and for stationary/writing utensils and then port/support post running up to main enclosure..... I hope it happens.

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  • Millstonemike
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    Originally posted by ronk View Post
    Great idea. Maybe instead of just gluing a side together, you can construct a brace to hold the backs, so both drivers and be on the same plane. The tweeter can be on top in a TMM arrangement.
    A flat, thinner board of almost any shape can be used against the backs (glued or screwed). The bottom of the board would be a wide as needed to stabilize the speaker side to side. The bottom edge's of the front of the speaker and the board would stabilize the speaker front to back. And the distance between the cups can be chosen to facilitate the tweeter mounting.

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  • make_some_noise
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    Yeah a spine would be good. I just bought two of them. I am going to use an external port on them and use ND65-8's with a slight contour filter.

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  • Sydney
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    Originally posted by ronk View Post
    ... so both drivers and be on the same plane...
    yup

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  • ronk
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    Great idea. Maybe instead of just gluing a side together, you can construct a brace to hold the backs, so both drivers and be on the same plane. The tweeter can be on top in a TMM arrangement.

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  • joeybutts
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    Whaddya guys think?

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  • joeybutts
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    Some great and amazing ideas coming out here. The MTM idea is killer...but do the slight angles help or hurt the design and crossover design? I am thinking just glue two cups together and suspend/mount in the open space a tweeter....

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  • make_some_noise
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    Originally posted by ScenesFromAHat View Post

    I believe he just meant that shape-wise, that's what he was thinking. Long, narrow stand/port to add volume, and the bowl/driver = the blossom

    Essentially. But the thought also crossed my mind to use the square pots for the base and actually make them flower looking and you could also use the pot at the bottom as pen holders.

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  • make_some_noise
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    That PS95 looks nice.

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  • make_some_noise
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    Another thought for the septagon.... Cut an end cap for the open side out of pine... And use an ND65 in either end of it... would make the perfect desktop PC speaker. I might do just this. If you used three of them on a pole you could make an ND65 MTM..... hmmmmm.

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