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  • cjd
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    Re: "High End" 3-way designs?

    I have a few 3-way designs completed, and some in progress, that probably qualify - the Khanspire has already been mentioned, the rest are on my site. The Canaiolo and the Garnacha are the other two that may be of interest, and the in-progress that's posted in the Nebbiolo. I'm still moving a lot of the design documentation over so if something interests you but is missing let me know.

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  • mike price
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    I think Jed's Dynamic 4T and 2T kit would fall into that category.

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  • djkest
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    That's a shame. Those look beautiful, I think she needs to reconsider. Hope it's a climate controlled storage unit. When I stored my DIY speakers I pulled the drivers and put them back in the box.

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  • tf1216
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    Originally posted by Jay1 View Post
    Those look sweet! Sounds like you should be looking into selling the gf :D
    If it was any other girl I would but this one is a keeper. She also enjoys the audio shows

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  • Jay1
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    Originally posted by tf1216 View Post
    They are in a storage unit near my house. It's very similar to Troels' Jenzen ATS and Gornir's 3-way at audioexcite.com.

    I had a good friend help with the crossover plans and the build. If anyone would like the details feel free to ask. Unfortunately, my lovely girlfriend isn't keen on the piano black and grey finish on the speakers. I am trying to sell the set to build new ones in WHITE :rolleyes:.

    Here is a picture after the hand-rubbing was finished. I also had custom metal feet made that are not shown in the picture.

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    Those look sweet! Sounds like you should be looking into selling the gf :D

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  • tf1216
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    Originally posted by jonasz View Post
    Sounds sweet, where is it?
    They are in a storage unit near my house. It's very similar to Troels' Jenzen ATS and Gornir's 3-way at audioexcite.com.

    I had a good friend help with the crossover plans and the build. If anyone would like the details feel free to ask. Unfortunately, my lovely girlfriend isn't keen on the piano black and grey finish on the speakers. I am trying to sell the set to build new ones in WHITE :rolleyes:.

    Here is a picture after the hand-rubbing was finished. I also had custom metal feet made that are not shown in the picture.

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  • jonasz
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    Re: "High End" 3-way designs?

    Originally posted by tf1216 View Post
    How about a RAAL 140-15D, an AudioTechnology 18H52-06-13-SDK, and a Scan Speak 26W/8867T with a matching center channel?
    Sounds sweet, where is it?

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  • tf1216
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    Re: "High End" 3-way designs?

    How about a RAAL 140-15D, an AudioTechnology 18H52-06-13-SDK, and a Scan Speak 26W/8867T with a matching center channel?

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  • jclin4
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    Re: "High End" 3-way designs?

    Mike Z's Beasties:
    Dayton RS-125-8 x2
    TB Speakers 25-1744S tweeter x1
    Dayton RS-225-4 x1

    Design not posted anywhere but still available to the DIY community from mzisserson directly I believe.

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  • NateTTU
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    Re: "High End" 3-way designs?

    Still a work in progress but here is a current one I'm working on with a local crossover designer. I'm just building the enclosures and he does all the difficult stuff.

    ScanSpeak HDS Tweeter
    Usher 8948A 7''
    Usher 8955A 8'' x2 (NLA)

    Currently building 6 of these and a similar WMTW center channel for my theater room.

    My friend wanted to build some of these and since the 8'' Usher was no longer available we will be making modifications to his to use two Dayton RS225 drivers instead. Currently have a 2-way using the HDS tweeter and another nice Usher 7'', the 8945P, and they are wonderful. I use to have both the full sized statements and mini statements so I have high expectations for these, but I'm sure I won't be disappointed.

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  • ryanbouma
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    High end or high output? Maybe both :D

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  • joeybutts
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    Dayton RS WMTW
    Dayton RS TMWW
    Entire Khanspire Lineup
    Jed's (Clearwave) Dynamic Series

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  • jonasz
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    Re: "High End" 3-way designs?

    A couple from Troels:

    http://www.troelsgravesen.dk/JA8008_DTQWT.htm

    http://www.troelsgravesen.dk/Jenzen-Illuminator.htm

    http://www.troelsgravesen.dk/Jenzen-Accu.htm

    http://www.troelsgravesen.dk/Jenzen-ATS.htm

    John Kreskovskys Note and SL's LX521 should qualify too.

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  • Wolf
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    You should also include Salk "Archos", Rick/Paul's "Cantilena", and my "Attitudes".
    Later,
    Wolf

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  • fastbike1
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    I've been happy with them. They are still doing mains duty for me.


    Originally posted by jsr View Post
    I don't know if this is high end enough but the Imperial Russian Stouts are a nice 3 way I've always liked.

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