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    Originally posted by isaeagle4031 View Post
    I gave a tribute to Jeff Bagby Saturday morning and that was a great honor for me.
    Really appreciated the tribute and the way the beginning of Saturday flowed through designs. Starting with Jeff's design and then moving to designs that demonstrated his contributions to the community.

    Had a great time. Thank you to those that hosted. Now if I could just find the time to finish my own designs to bring.

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  • jhollander
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    Thanks Ed. I forgot I started that. I'll add a few more details

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  • ernperkins
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    John has a brief description here, but no details on crossover, etc.

    https://diy.midwestaudio.club/discus...-hope-to-go/p1

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  • dkalsi
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    Originally posted by Ugg10 View Post

    If anyone has got a link to a build page for the Mini LX-521 speaker that looks like it is getting lots of great comments, please can you post it.
    Ditto

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  • rickcraig
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    Sorry I couldn't attend but maybe next year!

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  • isaeagle4031
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    A big thank you to all those able to attend. It was a great time with so many amazing designs. In the theme portion, John Hollanders Mini LX521 was the clear winner. Dan Neubeckers omnidirectional multi WG was simply incredible.

    I gave a tribute to Jeff Bagby Saturday morning and that was a great honor for me.

    To those unable to be there, know that you were greatly missed. Can't wait for next year!

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  • Ugg10
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    Some great inspiration there, well done one and all.

    If anyone has got a link to a build page for the Mini LX-521 speaker that looks like it is getting lots of great comments, please can you post it.

    Also if anyone has any more info, drivers, active or passive, performance, sound etc. again it would like to hear more about them.

    Thanks in advance.

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  • AcidWash
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    Great event, I think everyone had a great time showing off all the great designs!

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  • invaderzim
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    Wow, looks like it was a blast; lots of great looking speakers. A common argument against DIY is "you think you can design better than (insert famous company here)?" But I think a lot of amateurs do way more trying different things and refining of designs than big companies ever could.

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  • Wolf
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    It was good to have you, Todd! I wondered where you went...

    Hope to see you soon,
    Wolf

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  • speekerbldr
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    Hey Chuck,

    Thanks for putting on the show! You did a great job. I had a blast. And thanks to the guys that supplied the equipment, Ben and whoever else!!

    A combination of work and the cold I was blessed with this week forced me to leave earlier than I wanted but I still got to see/hear some wonderful designs
    and meet/renew relationships with some wonderful people.

    All in all it was WELL worth the drive out there.

    One of these days, Blenton is going to slip up and accidentally have some extra time so we can share driving duties on the way to one of these things.
    Then we'll have his truck and MOAR room for MOAR speakers!!!

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  • 4thtry
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    Originally posted by Drjay View Post
    I really wish I could be there. Great folks, an exciting theme and lots to be learned. Pictures are much appreciated, but not being able to talk with people and actually hear their creations is greatly missed by me.
    Have fun, Gang.
    Hi Drjay,

    I just posted a small group of InDIYana 2021 pics over on the MAC site. The disc will all pics should be done in about a week and posted in the MAC archives.

    https://diy.midwestaudio.club/discus...diyana-2021/p3

    Bill

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  • jhollander
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    Originally posted by zx82net View Post
    Hey, what a great time. Thank you everyone, for making me feel so welcome. Particular thanks to Chuck and Ben, for organizing it so well.
    Luke, enjoyed your speakers and meeting you. Keep up the cool designs.

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  • marvin
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    Ditto. I really enjoyed the event. Nice honorarium by Chuck for Jeff Bagby to begin the day.

    The event was well attended with some new faces too!
    Big thanks to Chuck and Ben and every attendee and participant. Another 1st....cupcakes for everyone!!

    Thanks to Dr Jay and Duane Brown for sharing their Dayton 4 design. My variant performed well and was well received!

    Marvin

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  • zx82net
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    Hey, what a great time. Thank you everyone, for making me feel so welcome. Particular thanks to Chuck and Ben, for organizing it so well.

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