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  • Paulie
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    Very impressive!

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  • PWR RYD
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    As well as over priced and buttered popcorn. Seriously though, fantastic work! If you lived close enough I would love to see, hear, and experiece it.

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  • djg
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    You could charge admission and sell Junior Mints.

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  • Neptune 1
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    Awesome video ! A true masterpiece of a room .

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  • Steve Lee
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    That is terrific work, RamJr - truly a well engineered show peice.

    Well done.

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  • Paul Carmody
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    Wow, Rich! Incredible build! Time to blow the lid off the place!

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  • Ram Jr
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    Home theater 100% complete Custom Power Electric - YouTube

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  • unclejunebug
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    I dig the use of those quick connectors in the crossover design above. Great idea!

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  • Paul Carmody
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    Looking really good, Rich! Those surrounds turned out sharp!

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  • Ram Jr
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    Custom Power Electric home theater part 7 - YouTube

    Here is a video of the room as of now!!

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  • Ram Jr
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    Surrounds are complete and in the walls!!!! Room is 95% complete and all that is left to do is just wait for the sound panels to arrive. Click image for larger version

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  • Ram Jr
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    Crossover design for my speakers - YouTube

    Thought it might be easier for all to watch a video of the crossover design.

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  • Steve Lee
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    That wood is exquisite and all those other thingies are just icing on the cake.

    You know - that's the part about this hobby that I really dislike - the visual part that people see and appreciate so much more than the technical aspects of making them sound so good.

    (Now I feel like a woman from the view of an engineering husband after he has spent 24 months of effort in the basement . . .)


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  • Ram Jr
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    Some updates for the LCR's. Added some inner dampening. I have the crossovers built and ready for the drivers. Also painted the MDF flat black with 2 coats of prime and 2 coats of flat black. The front Zebra wood did not get stained just 2 coats of poly to get things sealed and stronger. Click image for larger version

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  • Steve Lee
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    You can make the boxes appear smaller by cutting a hole in the floor and using the space between the joists . . . Where there is a will, there is a dead-man walking a fine line concerning WAF . . .

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