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    Here are my completed designs, in order of creation. What great fun it has been so far!:D

    Dan

    HOSS: Hybrid omni 3way (passive 2way) with Dayton RSS265HF 10" sub in a tapered TL, 2-RS150-4's and the RS28As tweeter:
    Album: http://techtalk.parts-express.com/album.php?albumid=63
    Design/Build Thread: http://htguide.com/forum/showthread....mnidirectional



    SoundRounds: 3way hybrid omni using the RS225-8, 2-HiVi B3A-B midrange and the Aura NT-1 tweeter.
    Album: http://techtalk.parts-express.com/album.php?albumid=64
    Design/Build Thread: http://htguide.com/forum/showthread....ht=Soundrounds



    Dou-T/Duo-S: A pair of 2way designs using the same ML-TQWT cabinet. The Duo-T uses the Tangband W5-704D 5-5-1/4” woofer, combined with the Dayton ND28F neo tweeter. The Duo-S, uses the ScanSpeak Revelator 15W/8530K-01 5-1/4" woofer, combined with the Vifa D26NC55 neo tweeter
    Album: http://techtalk.parts-express.com/album.php?albumid=66
    Design/Build Thread: http://htguide.com/forum/showthread.php4?t=29620



    BaSSlines: 3way with open baffle midrange using the AE Lambda TD12H 12" woofer, the B&C 6md38 6.5” pro mid and the ScanSpeak Discovery D2608 (formerly Peerless HDs) tweeter in a shallow, DIY waveguide.
    Album: http://techtalk.parts-express.com/album.php?albumid=97
    Design/Build Thread: http://htguide.com/forum/showthread.php4?t=29988




    Blades: a 4way (3way passive WWMT) using the RSS265HF-4 10” sub in a tapered TL, 2-RS180-8 woofers, the MDM55 2-1/8” dome midrange and the Seas 22TAFG ¾” dome tweeter. This project is a work in progress at the date of this post.
    Album: http://techtalk.parts-express.com/album.php?albumid=222
    Design/Build Thread: http://htguide.com/forum/showthread....ighlight=Build

    Dan N.

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    Awesome collection Dan

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      Thanks John, I can't wait to see your next creation.
      Dan N.

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        Oh sure, rub the cover in our faces....Just messing with you. All great, great work. Keep it up...
        Mark


        http://www.diy-ny.com

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          Originally posted by mgrabow View Post
          Oh sure, rub the cover in our faces....Just messing with you. All great, great work. Keep it up...
          Thanks, just reliving the glory days, sorry about that.:D
          Dan N.

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            Yeah, I agree with Mark, we didn't already feel inadequate enough just looking at your designs? Thanks. Thanks a lot.:(

            Where the hell is Ed Froste?:D


            Seriously Dan, you do some of the coolest wood/plexiwork out there. Keep it up!


            Mark
            You go your way, I'll go mine. I don't care if we get there on time.

            ~Pink Floyd

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              I forgot my Nao Mini's, active and passive crossover design was by John Kreskovsky, using Vifa XG-18 woofers, Seas 27TDFC tweeter and the Dayton DVC310-88 12" DVC Series Subwoofer



              My Mentor omnidirectionals, the precursur to the HOSS design, using the same subwoofer above, downfiring, the RS180S-8x2 and the RS28AS tweeter:



              And finally my Wavguide omni's, which never made it past the initial prototype, but went to the first Indiana and Louisville DIY events as a single unfinished speaker:

              Dan N.

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                I was always curious does that unit want to tip forward?
                I like the wood striped open baffle. The tilted sub looks good.

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                  Dan,

                  I wish I had just half your woodworking skills and unique eye for design.

                  Plus could take pictures like you.

                  Great collection.
                  Ed
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                    Originally posted by philiparcario View Post
                    I was always curious does that unit want to tip forward?
                    I like the wood striped open baffle. The tilted sub looks good.
                    Hi Phillip,

                    Are you talking about the open baffle MTM or the sub? I'll assume it's the MTM. It is set up to allow me to adjust the tilt from vertical to about 8º back, IIRC. When it is stright vertical it is not far from being tippy. I've always had is st about 4º back and it was stable that way. Of course, it would not be hard to add some weight to the anchor area at the bottom back.

                    The sub idea came from some Allison speakers I used to own back in the 80's to early 90's, the Allison 9. It's woofer was placed in that position to get it closer to two boundary surfaces, the floor and the front wall.

                    Dan N.

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                      Originally posted by Froste View Post
                      Dan,

                      I wish I had just half your woodworking skills and unique eye for design.

                      Plus could take pictures like you.

                      Great collection.
                      Why thanks Ed! Your no slouch yourself. I'm stepping into your world and doing a painted finish on the Blades. I'm not at all certain how that is going to turn out.
                      Dan N.

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                        Nice work! I am looking forward to the finished Blades.

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                        • #13
                          Re: dlneubec's creations

                          Originally posted by dlneubec View Post
                          Here are my completed designs, in order of creation. What great fun it has been so far!:D Dan
                          Dan, you've pushed the envelope in design -- and patience. Hope to hear some of your work one day.
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                            he had the ones on the cover at iowa diy. talk about jaw-dropping. the sound stage from 40 feet was like listening to a FULL orchastra..wow......just wow. the bass was so full and seemless,,, wow.
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                              Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
                              he had the ones on the cover at iowa diy. talk about jaw-dropping. the sound stage from 40 feet was like listening to a FULL orchastra..wow......just wow. the bass was so full and seemless,,, wow.
                              If your first Iowa was last year, then you have not heard the HOSS that was on the PE-catalog cover. Those were the BaSSlines you heard last fall, and a totally different design.
                              Later,
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