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  • silverD
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    The ones that I built at the beginning of the thread were more or less to spec based on the other brio threads out there. If I remember correctly the tuning is only about 120 hz in the speakers definitely need a subwoofer.

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  • 3rutu5
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    Just curious on the volume and what frequency these are tuned for? I'm on the hunt for a smaller build, but think they may be similar in height and width to my current PC speakers, just half the depth.

  • silverD
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    Hi 3rutu5,
    I'm happy to provide info on the Vigors. Let me know how I can help.
    Nate

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  • djg
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    I pm'd you.

  • 3rutu5
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    these look unreal silverD , guessing if you are selling these badboys there probably isnt build information out there

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  • silverD
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    Yep, 3/8" #6 screws. The back panels are removable to allow for the installation of the driver and cap. I glued in cleats to allow the rear panels to be sealed and screwed in.

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  • djg
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    Nice. You had to use super short screws to rear mount those drivers and not poke through the front.

    The rear panel is removable?

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  • Jake
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    Really like the trim rings.

  • ceiol
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    looking good!!! I like the newer design with just the mounting baffle for the top speakers

  • silverD
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    I just finished up a Vigor Trio set made from walnut and a repurposed Mirage Nano Sub with a TB W6. They will be a gift for some family members.
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  • ceiol
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  • silverD
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    They look great too. Nice thread you have up.

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  • djg
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    My set.

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  • ceiol
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    Can’t remember where i got those binding posts. Found them in my speaker project supply cabinet. The trim rings make the TC9 look much nicer.

    These speakers sound great! Off axis I miss having a tweeter but on axis, it’s great.

    I need to order another flat pack set from you!

  • silverD
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    They look great ceiol! I see you printed the TC9 trim rings. What binding posts are those? The full Trio, nice. That woofer needs less than a cubic foot ported to dig deep.

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