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  • #16
    Re: MWAF, who's in?

    I'll be there with a new project named "442" for the Dayton catagory.
    A mains
    The Ventures
    Open Invit8tions
    RSR
    Sound Troopers
    Acorns
    442
    DGBG's
    The Monuments

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    • #17
      Re: MWAF, who's in?

      Originally posted by 6thplanet View Post
      I'll be there with a new project named "442" for the Dayton catagory.
      Driven in a Cutlass Supreme? ;)
      Tim

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      • #18
        Re: MWAF, who's in?

        Originally posted by DE Focht View Post
        Preliminary Sketchup for <$200 class loudspeaker.

        [ATTACH=CONFIG]45781[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]45782[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]45783[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]45784[/ATTACH]
        Those are cool! I like the hardware that connects the top and bottom.

        I take it the bottom piece is a very heavy object to offer stability to the design? Otherwise, some stabilizers to widen the footprint might be in order.
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        • #19
          Re: MWAF, who's in?

          Originally posted by theLinks View Post
          Driven in a Cutlass Supreme? ;)
          Tim
          1969 SS w/ Crager's!
          A mains
          The Ventures
          Open Invit8tions
          RSR
          Sound Troopers
          Acorns
          442
          DGBG's
          The Monuments

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          • #20
            Re: MWAF, who's in?

            Those are cool! I like the hardware that connects the top and bottom.

            I take it the bottom piece is a very heavy object to offer stability to the design? Otherwise, some stabilizers to widen the footprint might be in order.
            Thank You, I've been waiting 6 years to build these;

            The base will be filled with electronics to help with ballast in the future. For the contest speakers maybe a brick or two?

            Stability is one reason on the list to build a pair before making the final 7 for my system.
            “Never ask people about your work.”
            ― Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead

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