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Oh,no .....not that guy again.... I was a little disappointed Ryan....no beer. But your speaker playing the GAS Reference recording sounded good....some deep organ notes....nice. Good luck with it..... Chris
I nearly fell off my chair when the host told me that the red speakers only cost $3k
Quote from: 95bcwh on 16 Oct 2007, 02:57 amI nearly fell off my chair when the host told me that the red speakers only cost $3k That was me, so I take it you liked them? I spent the entire 12 hour drive home drawing final cabinet designs in my head ... I came up with an idea that I think will look incredible Next step will be to work with a 3D artist and render what I thinking.
So you're the one who couldn't do the "bypass" thingy on the Tact? Oh yes, I liked that red speaker, I thought they sounded better to MY EARS than the $10k Tyler Acoustic speaker
I spent the entire 12 hour drive home drawing final cabinet designs in my head ... I came up with an idea that I think will look incredible. Next step will be to work with a 3D artist and render what I thinking.
Any thoughts on letting SP Tech do the design on the bass modules as well as the waveguide? I don't know if you could keep it at $3k if you did that, but the results would be interesting.
Looks like your speakers turned out pretty nice
Hey Chris, even though he didn't have any beers, did Ryan offer up one of those super fine stogies?
I see more sawdust in my future
What you saw was literally finished Tuesday afternoon before the show, and never fired up until we got there. It was a total shot in the dark that seemed to turn out pretty well. Also, if you listened Friday or Saturday the bass section was wired out of phase - obviously bass was much fuller after I realized and fixed that for Sunday. The bass section was a dual chamber, isobaric-ally separated experiment that had 0 time for tuning. It could have turned out MUCH worse. That all said, I was totally happy with the bass we got from it - I was hoping for tight and fast with good musicallity and integration with the fast top section, and that's what I got. There will be a full dipole bass section available in the future, since it's a modular design it'll just slip right in. Also for the chambered bass section, I'll have to choose a new driver - it's not looking like I'll be able to get more of the Focal 10W's.I have access to one of the countrys best machine shops, so I'll be CNC'ing my own waveguides. I'll also be experimenting here and there with the design. If I happen to 'discover' something, I'll be sharing my findings with Bob ... and vice versa. For the most part we'll go our own way, but I do hope we continue to work together. There are a lot of wonderful things that the waveguide makes possible, things that a tweeter on a flat baffle just can't do, both of us will be working to get that message out.
not a bad looking speaker at all Ryan. Did you have to pay Lonewolf for service's rendered for the ever so cool audiophile lean? Don't worry Chris, it's not a crack- I'm really just envious. Btw, I like the fire engine red as well. Maybe a trip to Scott's machine shop is in order. Merrev
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