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  • #31
    The 3D printed version made it to the homepage of www.instructables.com!

    https://www.instructables.com/3D-Pri...-Home-Theater/

    I put the CX120 build together with the TEBM46 surround speaker build. Thank you BOBinGA for posting your crossover and for the inspiration. This is my first crossover build and I was afraid to just go for it and trust my ears. My version of the crossover isn't perfectly flat, but it was the smoothest I could make it with the equipment I have.

    EDIT: The project just earned a prize in the Instructables "Home and Garden" contest!
    Last edited by cjbruce; 06-28-2022, 01:08 PM.

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    • #32
      Hi everyone. I apologize for my long absence. I am still alive, but I moved on to another hobby that has taken all my time and energy lately. I built a small DIY solar power system that now runs my computers and home theater completely independently from my house grid. Next, it's on to DIY a whole house grid tied system, but that will be posted elsewhere if and when its more complete,
      I am glad to see continued interest in some of my designs. Over the next few weeks, I will try to review all the related posts and see what I might need to clarify. Thanks again for your interest and I am looking forward to a getting back to some speaker work even if it will be my secondary hobby for a while.

      -Bob
      -Bob

      The PEDS 2.1 mini system
      My A7 Project - another small desktop speaker
      The B3 Hybrid Dipole - thread incomplete and outdated

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      • #33
        Originally posted by BOBinGA View Post
        Hi everyone. I apologize for my long absence. I am still alive, but I moved on to another hobby that has taken all my time and energy lately. I built a small DIY solar power system that now runs my computers and home theater completely independently from my house grid. Next, it's on to DIY a whole house grid tied system, but that will be posted elsewhere if and when its more complete,
        I am glad to see continued interest in some of my designs. Over the next few weeks, I will try to review all the related posts and see what I might need to clarify. Thanks again for your interest and I am looking forward to a getting back to some speaker work even if it will be my secondary hobby for a while.

        -Bob
        What a great project! Way to go! We are considering doing solar/battery backup on our house as well. Looking forward to hearing how it progresses!

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