Thanks Jeff for helping with my crossovers.

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Wardsweb

Thanks Jeff for helping with my crossovers.
« on: 3 Jul 2015, 03:03 am »
Here are the speakers I just upgraded the crossovers in.


Wardsweb

Re: Thanks Jeff for helping with my crossovers.
« Reply #1 on: 3 Jul 2015, 03:04 am »
Here are the original crossovers. Something quick and easy to get the speakers up and running.


Wardsweb

Re: Thanks Jeff for helping with my crossovers.
« Reply #2 on: 3 Jul 2015, 03:05 am »
The new upgraded crossovers with Jupiter caps, Sonic cap Gen 1, Sonic cap Platinum and Mills resistors. Not the cleanest install I've done but I didn't wan to totally rebuild these from scratch.



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Re: Thanks Jeff for helping with my crossovers.
« Reply #3 on: 3 Jul 2015, 04:12 am »
Gota love Google image search:

I bet they sound as good as they look

Altec 511B horn with the Altec 802-8G driver

Read more: http://www.hometheatershack.com/forums/diy-speakers/27525-custom-3-way-horn.html#ixzz3enYFdT93


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Re: Thanks Jeff for helping with my crossovers.
« Reply #4 on: 3 Jul 2015, 04:31 am »
Wow, those enclosures are really eye-catching.

Wardsweb

Re: Thanks Jeff for helping with my crossovers.
« Reply #5 on: 3 Jul 2015, 05:08 am »
Here is the latest set up.


WireNut

Re: Thanks Jeff for helping with my crossovers.
« Reply #6 on: 3 Jul 2015, 05:24 am »
Damn that looks good. Love that reel to reel. Nice setup  :thumb:

kenreau

Re: Thanks Jeff for helping with my crossovers.
« Reply #7 on: 7 Jul 2015, 09:55 pm »
Beautiful system, crossover and room.  Well done!  :thumb:

Kenreau