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    I have heard about these speakers many times on the forum. They seems to have gotten great reviews. I wanted to know if the builder had choosen to share his design with others DIYers. Is there designs written up anywhere for these? If not that's no problem I understand it's totally up to the builder whether or not he wants to share his design.

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    Re: Tzu Jan's

    The basics of box and XO are here:

    http://picasaweb.google.com/mgoffiii...94531136754002

    Also, search for the Iowa midrange results thread. That thread contains a bit of info.

    This is a MLTL box. It has 7oz of polyfil evenly distributed within the top 1/2 of the space, including directly behind the drivers.

    Crossover is external - using Speakon connectors. This is to allow unobstructed airflow. The port is 2" X 4", mounted 4" from the bottom on the front - but could be back. It only passes information at the resonance frequency.

    Mid and Tweeter are offset from center 1/2 inch. The drivers are mounted as closely together as possible.

    Hope this helps, and if you build them, you will enjoy them. The keep surprising me with the nice mix of smoothness and detail.

    Proper credit must go to Paul K. for the MLTL alignment, Bob Cordell for the conceptual inspiration, and Mike Rispoli for hours of help tweaking the voicing. I work in a no measurements zone.
    Last edited by maynardg; 12-07-2008, 12:14 AM.

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    • #3
      Re: Tzu Jan's

      Could you try again on the link? I think you mis-pasted it (actually I'm quite sure that's the case).

      The Tzu Jans are absolutely gorgeous btw. You should have won a "best looking in show" at iowa imho :D.

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      • #4
        Re: Tzu Jan's

        Yeah, does anyone have the link to these?

        Both "Tzu" and "Jan" have only 3 letters, therefore the search engine says "no search for you!!!"
        Form does not follow function
        Form is simultaneous to function

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        • #5
          Re: Tzu Jan's

          Is this the system?

          http://picasaweb.google.com/mgoffiii

          I love this concept.

          Jay T
          Jay T
          http://sites.google.com/site/lhwidgetssite/home

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          • #6
            Re: Tzu Jan's

            Yep, them's the ones!
            Paul

            Originally posted by lhwidget View Post
            Is this the system?

            http://picasaweb.google.com/mgoffiii

            I love this concept.

            Jay T

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            • #7
              Re: Tzu Jan's

              Sorry Guys, been on vacation today. Thanks for finding the proper link. Ask questions if needed.

              MG

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