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I dyed my H and H with deskjet printer ink and the cones are deep black now jbk still have a bit of a purple glow in the sunlight, though. It is, of course, not finished yet the cabinet is lacking surface treatment but this is going to happen soon. Just starting to mount the acoustic lenses in front of the s.
The speakers made their first public appearance on last autumn’s “European Triode Festival” in Berlin and did a really nice job.
I jvl to dye the diaphragms to black, otherwise I would have ended up with too many different tones. Extra Tabs by vBulletin Hispano.
And when you get the itch it never completely diesthat configuration is jb, natural for a big horn on top. We had lots of amps and active crossovers to try, with some really unexpected results.
I’ll have to remember it. That didn’t turn out to be a real problem. But birch ply or MDF really can’t compete with this, so I am finally happy after a lot of 435 and scratches. The build quality appears to be superb. Until my tube crossover is finished, I am using a simple Monacor MCX for the active filter part; I am surprised how well it does. And I like your stands Any plan to use a digital crossover unit? Does anyone know if the hook tape on the speaker front for fixing those is stapled or do we rely on the adhesive?
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Measurements showed tthe amount of absorbtion is just right. Endless “knobs” to twiddle! As for cabinet dampening, I didn’t use the usual fiberglass stuff. My JBL build Just admiring Challenger’s beautiful project over at the ” Monitor plans” thread I thought it’s time to give you a glimpse at my version. This will keep me going for a while – exactly what I wanted. The second last is from ETF; you can find more impressions here: I am really happy with the sound, but there’s so much to try, tons of knobs to turn.
Adding the definitely helps for short listening distances. View Profile View Forum Posts. If we knew what the hell we were doing, we wouldn’t call it research would we. Sourcing the drivers wasn’t that easy here in Germany and so I ended up buying, and in the US which didn’t make things exactly cheaper, but everything turned out to be decent quality stuff, so I am fine with that.
My JBL build. I bet there’s not many of those in Germany. Last Jump to page: I’ve made only minor changes to the original plans, for example there is now a support for the that really deserves the name and not that lousy sheet metal angle supporting the horn, not the driver. Can you tell if the Edding you used to dye the cones has a slightly purple glow in direct sunlight? Finding the right colour for the baffle ended up with “RAL brillantblau”.
It’s not very effective and a pain in the a The woofers began their lives as Nbl and got freshly reconed to H. At least that’s what I thought, In fact the additional mass rings got folded, so I ended jbk with H with a slightly stronger motor due to the stronger magnetisation of the E magnets.
They look great just as they are and the blue color seems perfect on my monitor. With the original 28 Hz cabinet alignment, the system is tuned a little bit too low, which can be easily corrected with a bass equalizer. That last pic is taken in an old gym which serves us as measuring space.
That’s the main reason I’m considering giving them another coat but this time with the Edding ink. Results 1 to 15 of Got the L-pads connected, lowering the ‘s output was a good idea. I agree that sourcing vintage JBL drivers in western Europe can be a major pain, especially the compression drivers. Most of them I saw were just bricks of rust with a JBL badge attached.
All times are GMT The actual state of things is to be seen on the last picture. But building such a beast from stuff that hard and heavy isn’t exactly a piece of cake.
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My ‘s have staples. So much for now, I hope you like what you see. Who’d have though of that. Is that last pic at the Triode Fest? The RAL chart is a standard colour code very common here in Germany – very useful, if you know the number, you can get more or less the same ibl whereever you ask. Looks like a whole lot of speakers of different types on hand.