Mike Lundy for cabinets and completed speakers

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maty

Re: Mike Lundy for cabinets and completed speakers
« Reply #20 on: 28 May 2020, 08:47 pm »
New X-LS Encore build
https://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=161891.0

[ Here are the crossovers. These have been pretty much maxed out. I took them a step beyond what Shawn did with his Skiing Ninga crossovers that won the Stereo Mojo small speaker shootout. They have Sonicaps, Mills resistors, Alpha-core foil inductors, and the step above is Platinum by-pass caps in the tweeter circuits and Miflex KPCU by-pass caps in the woofer circuits. ]


Tyson

Re: Mike Lundy for cabinets and completed speakers
« Reply #21 on: 28 May 2020, 11:27 pm »
Congrats Danny and Mike for getting such an incredibly positive review from New Record Day.  If you know Ron at NRD, he's not one for hyperbole but he was VERY taken with this speaker.

Hobbsmeerkat

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Re: Mike Lundy for cabinets and completed speakers
« Reply #22 on: 28 May 2020, 11:46 pm »
New X-LS Encore build
https://www.audiocircle.com/index.php?topic=161891.0

[ Here are the crossovers. These have been pretty much maxed out. I took them a step beyond what Shawn did with his Skiing Ninga crossovers that won the Stereo Mojo small speaker shootout. They have Sonicaps, Mills resistors, Alpha-core foil inductors, and the step above is Platinum by-pass caps in the tweeter circuits and Miflex KPCU by-pass caps in the woofer circuits. ]



Mike, are these crossovers the same as the full upgrade options that are available on the site, or have they been upgraded even further? If yes, how much would this add to the cost of the crossover over standard upgraded package?

maty

Re: Mike Lundy for cabinets and completed speakers
« Reply #23 on: 29 May 2020, 04:35 pm »
YouTube X-LS Review | Sound Clips with Commentary by Ron Brenay






and... without DSP!

For a pleasant listening it is better to listen to them at an angle. For the measurement and recording with the least room effect is the right thing to do.

maty

Re: Mike Lundy for cabinets and completed speakers
« Reply #24 on: 9 Jun 2020, 06:54 pm »
Uilleam Audio | Lone Star Audio Fest 2019
https://parttimeaudiophile.com/2019/06/05/uilleam-audio-lone-star-audio-fest-2019/

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DALLAS (PTA) — Mike Lundy of Uilleam Audio is essentially a woodworking maven, who has mastered wood finishing and speaker cabinet building. Mr. Lundy builds proven open-source speaker designs to create not only a stunning looking pair of loudspeakers, but some of the best sounding speakers that real-world budgets can buy...

Mike Lundy


gmarks

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There are a number of photos in this thread that show the quality of Mike Lundy's cabinet-building.

What also matters a great deal is the care he exercises in packing the finished speakers when he ships them to you. The photos here show how he packed my center channel speaker, a slightly resized version of the GR Research N3S finished in a tough flat black.

The black tape you see everywhere on the box was Gorilla Tape or something similar. I've had a lot of things shipped to me. I've never seen such sturdy, safe packaging. Kudos to Mke.













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Re: Mike Lundy for cabinets and completed speakers
« Reply #26 on: 3 Aug 2020, 09:37 am »
Gmarks, looks like Mike sent you 2 sets of cabinets. 1 for your next build.  :lol: :lol: