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DIY Projects, 07 Mar 2001: This is a snail shaped loudspeaker made of concrete.
The Proteus - To D' Appolito or not to D' Appolito, that is the question
DIY Projects, 27 Feb 2001: An exercise in trying to use the series network for two different configurations using the same loudspeaker. The guinea pig is a classic MTM configuration using two Seas 7-inch mid-woofers and a 1-inch soft dome tweeter in a stand mounted symmetrical reflex loaded cabinet. Furthermore the drivers are physically time aligned.
The GeerS eVe II
DIY Projects, 27 Feb 2001: Inspired by the Andromeda loudspeaker, this design has a matrix cabinet and a series crossover.
The Andromeda, or building a reference speaker
DIY Projects, 02 Apr 2000: An extensive description of building a no-compromise loudspeaker system and what you bump into along the way. Drivers used are a Focal Audiom 13KX, a Scanspeak 18W8545 and a Focal TC120Tdx2. Joined together by the less common series-filter.
Vifa dual concentric tweeter
News, 14 Mar 2000: Vifa has developed a new ring dome tweeter with a dual concentric diaphragm.
Making of M2
DIY Projects, 21 Feb 2000: A high-end two-way monitor using a Seas Excel woofer and a Scan-Speak Revelator tweeter.
Response At its Best
DIY Projects, 15 Apr 1999: The Response is a three way loudspeaker system featuring Vifa's D19TD-05-08 tweeter, Jaycar's 30mm dome midrange and Jaycar's 8" poly woofer.
The RS15-ISO Tube
DIY Projects, 04 May 1998: Subwoofer for home theater using a pair of Radio Shack (model RS40-1301) drivers.
Toccata Grande, Part 1
DIY Projects, 20 Jan 1998: Lars Mytting's exciting narrative on his experimental 3-way transmission line with five Seas drivers. The story includes discussions on driver area, a new idea for midrange baffles and a novel method for reducing cabinet vibrations.
Making of M1
DIY Projects, 20 Jan 1998: A 2-way closed box loudspeaker featuring a Scan-Speak tweeter and a Scan-Speak 6 1/2 mid-woofer.
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