Thanks jimbones, I like it to and was really happy at how close the match withthe customers existing speakers came out. It's not too badly priced when you compare it ot other veneers, yeah you can get some stuff realitively cheap, I'd say the Tineo is moderately priced. One full book matched sheet with do a pair of dual H-frames and a pair of amp boxe. Pretty much just trimmings left over.
Another thing worth noting and I belive this has been discussed previously as well, there is a fairly large unbraced area in the "v" of the w-frame, I think guys have glued a horzonatl brace in this area to help . I'd think a piece of 1" dowel would work breat but remember to be aware of psitioning, you have to be able to get the woofer in !!
Mike, as I'm sure most do, that is exactly what the fellow is doing withthese. The amps will set directly behind the cabinets with only a short lead out/in wire The amp boxes are just shy of 13" long so really a guy could turn them sideways behing the cabinet to save a bit more room ( c couple inches) and they'd still be hidden by the cabinets. I personally like keepingt them separate, don't like introducing them to more vibration than necessary. That being said, I liked what you did with that original pair yo ubuilt with the extended bases for the amp boxes to sit on
Eric, welcome to OCDC ! (ocd circle