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post #181 of 703 Old 02-28-2011, 08:13 PM
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Very good to know regarding the LE, thanks for all the responses. I'd like a couple of pairs of the 15s now too if not too late.
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Guys, I'm going through everything and I'm pretty much done. All CD's with horns are gone I believe. All forty two 15's are gone, all big 18's are gone. Plenty of 31" horns and their metal throats, and surrounds still left. But they are going fast.

But we have an issue on the 18's.

Here's the order they came in. Ricci got the first 2.

Next up was Tack, then Scott Simonian, then bodhisafa, then coctosan.

As you guys know, they're $250 each with the cabs. But they're the same price without the cabs too. Unless I can sell the cabs for $10 - $20 on Craigslist or something like that.


I'll need to know what you want to do about the 18's. Ricci's are fine, the next pair is fine, but the 3rd pair has one with a small hole in the cone that looks to be an easy fix.




I'm waiting on one person to decide on the dual 15's before I post the lists. They have first dibs, but I'm not 100% sure if they still want them. So hold up for now. If you got in early, it won't be a problem. But it's surprising how quickly 42 comes up when people are getting 6 at a time.
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I've been stuck to this thread like glue for the past 2 days.
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Erich, I am going to drop out of the running for the 18's. Had there been many more of them and all 2242's I may stay in but with so few... I'll let anyone else who really needs them snag em' up.

Sounds like I'll be rocking out pretty effortlessly with midbass in short time anyway.

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Im still In. Are they 2242 "H" ?

Ill take a couple surrounds too if they are left over.Or four.

Ill have more time tomorrow. Still at work since this morn :0
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Like others have eluded to, inductance should generally be divided by the Re value for comparison purposes.

Using these as bass bins with your 12" coaxes is an excellent idea...same idea as me. If you stick to sub 200-300hz duty, a PPSL alignment would be a good one to try. BTW, what Tannoys do you run? PM me if you would like.

It does help keep the waveguide from moving as much.

Interesting alignment, I will have to read up on that more.

I have 3 CMS12 TDC ceiling monitors. Found them BNIB on eBay a little while ago for $140 each and I jumped all over them (just missed a pair that another guy scored by a few minutes or I could have had 5). Going to put 225 watts to the 12's and 100 watts to the tweeters. Haven't decided what to use yet to actively cross yet -- have some QSC DSP4's but may end up with MiniDSP or Behringer.

Which coaxes are you going to pair with the JBL's?
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Eric,

Iam still in for my pair 2242H? If available.
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Okay, I think we're pretty good here. I'm just double checking the list.

One thing I would like to add is that I hope no one is planning on buying any of this stuff just to resell the items for extra $$$. Like the smaller CD's with horns and brackets are $500 each on Ebay, and we have 7 of them for $250 each. The whole point is to let the guys here get the stuff for cheap that they're gonna use, not resell.

I say that because there are a couple items that I was considering keeping, but I'm going to let them go to fill the orders. I have ZERO problems doing that because I wasn't 100% sure I wanted any of this stuff anyway, it's all too big for me. But I'd rather keep it then have someone buy it just to resell it for a profit. I could do that if I wanted to.

So if you have those intentions, please reconsider.


And to the brand new member that bugged me at least 8 times saying he had to be the first to reply and wanted all of the CD's and horns and some dual 15's.......I'm not stupid. There's nothing left that you wanted.


Here's the link to this current group buy:

http://www.diysoundgroup.com/Group_Buy_Main.htm

As mentioned, if you changed your mind on anything, no big deal, we'll just move to the next guy in line. Even after I box them up and figure shipping, if you change your mind, just let me know as soon as possible.

There are 4 15's left, but plenty of buyers in line. I held off on those 4 because I noticed that one had a hole poked in the surround from the corner of another enclosure. It didn't happen on my watch, but I noticed it while removing them 2 days ago. So that means a pair might be out unless someone wants just 1 driver.

Then there's another pair that were slightly different driver and possibly older. They're the same JBL's, but might be 4 Ohm models and about 3 lbs heavier too. I need to see what they are before offering them up. But they will be for sale.
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Erich-

I'd be willing to change my order from 6 2226J woofers to 6 foam surround 2245H woofers if you can accommodate that.

Thanks
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I'd be up for 2 of the 2245H's if you still have them.
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All of the 15's are identical and all look original and in good shape. Same with the bigger 18's, they look great. As do all the CD's.

The other six 18's all look a little different. Well, some match, but they're are slight differences in the 6. I'm fairly confident that they have been refoamed, which I guess is a good thing on those. When I say different, I mean little things like the metal frame on the very top ridge is not painted on 2 of them, but painted black on the other 2. So you'd see that if you were looking right at them.



In my last post I mentioned that I was holding 2 of the 15's because they were different. In this photo, they are the 2 closest ones to me. Notice the unpainted ring around the top compared to the others? That's how half of the foamed 18's look. All the other items here match everything else. I'll get better photos on that stuff later today. I'm heading out to find some better boxes right now.

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Is it me or does the 8330's look huge!! My 8340A's are much smaller, well it looks that way.
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Is it me or does the 8330's look huge!! My 8340A's are much smaller, well it looks that way.

Yeah, they do look big. I am going to build new enclosures to meet my application when I get them. Going to keep the internal volume and port tune the same though. Going to be pretty big. Larger drivers than my mains. lol
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the downside of the [2245H] is that it has only 25mm before damage, peak to peak, so you have to be a careful about power and protection.

Does the 2245H have the same mass-ring issue that the 2235H does? (Mass ring gets stuck when the driver's asked to move too far, necessitating a recone.)


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for those looking for very, very musical subs that can still pound the snot of you when called upon, this is your driver.

Sounds like a 2235H, but bigger.

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They are an awesome driver! I wasn't sure if 'net Le' would work that way by pairing them...good to know.

I was thinking about supplementing my 12" Tannoy Dual-Concentrics with these to take a load off of them in the mid-bass (should help clarity by making the 12" mid move less) and add some punch; everything crossed actively. They'll run down to meet the IB subs (2x2-18's/2x2-15's) at 60Hz or so.

OK, now we're all jealous.

A 12" echt Tannoy Dual + JBL 18" woofer set of LCR's for the prices you paid? Effin' crazy!

Look at it this way: the 2245H is definitely a better driver than the 18" Tannoy used in their original Kingdom speaker, which had that same 12" Dual/18" woofer configuration. (The Tannoy 4505 in the Kingdom is also used in some of their pro subwoofers, such as the B475 that used to anchor my main system. I believe it's sourced from Fane.) So get the crossover right, and you'll have a speaker with higher performance potential down low than Tannoy's most expensive design to date.

Tannoy does the Dual-to-18 cross at 100Hz or thereabouts in the Kingdom. I think you'd have an interesting series of tradeoffs. I know from my own experience that a 12 Dual (in my case out of the 12 DMT II monitor) doesn't really need a highpass if it's in a closed box. No matter how loud things get it just doesn't move that much. But with such an excellent woofer below it, it seems a shame to so limit its bandwidth. (By contrast, 8" Duals absolutely need a highpass to keep from sounding strange at very high SPL.)

If it were my system, I'd keep the mains sealed, with a fairly high-Q alignment on the JBL woofers to keep excursion in check, and run them fullrange with the I-B subs to get maximum volume displacement down low. Bring in the I-B wherever seems to work after measuring/listening. Your 60Hz figure is a good start.

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Is it me or does the 8330's look huge!! My 8340A's are much smaller, well it looks that way.

I think the 8340's are plastic, so that shrinks their size quite a bit. I'll get measurements later today.
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8330 - wood 3way
8330A - plastic three way
8340 - plastic two way
8340A - newer plastic two way
8350 - plastic two way

8350 has highest sensitivity, but the 8340A's have a little lower response. The 8330s are lowest sensitivity, but also seem to have a little more extension

8330 - 91db (not listed) - -3db@70hz, -10db@40hz
8340A - 94db (full space) - -3db@75hz, -10db@45hz
8350 - 96db (full space) - -3db@75hz, -10db@60hz
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Yeah, they do look big. I am going to build new enclosures to meet my application when I get them. Going to keep the internal volume and port tune the same though. Going to be pretty big. Larger drivers than my mains. lol

The 8340A has a 10 inch driver so it is not the drivers, the cabinet looks bigger. Of course it still would not bother me as my speakers are much bigger.
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I think the 8340's are plastic, so that shrinks their size quite a bit. I'll get measurements later today.

They are plastic, I use them. It makes them only 15-20 pounds which makes it really easy to hang on a wall even without hitting a stud or using an anchor, with all my bass I still hit a stud!!
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The 8330's ARE big and weigh a lot too.

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The 8330's ARE big and weigh a lot too.



Nah, they're about 19" x 19" and 10" deep at their deepest angled part. Weigh about 31lbs each. If rebuilt, they would be about 8" deep to keep the same volume, and probably weigh about 28lbs. These should be very easy to rebuild. The midrange is in it's own compartment, but even that's a cake walk.

I really think they could be rebuilt to sound better as well. They aren't built to DIY specs.......no gaskets around the drivers, no massive bracing inside.....and oh no.....not 12 gauge wire running from the PCB!! They are laminate covered, so maybe that acts as a type of gasket.


By the way, even inside the dual 15's, they only had 16 gauge wire. Heck, it might have been smaller than that. I was surprised. And no beefed up bracing every few inches like the DIY crazy crowd does!



I found some boxes, so this packaging party is getting started tonight. And guess what? Todays my birthday! But I hate birthdays, so I never go out. Matter of fact, normally I start the landscape season on my birthday, but decided to wait until next Monday instead.


If I run into any issues with the drivers, I will post a photo.
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Even though you hate birthdays... Happy B`day Erich!

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Ya know, I can still remove you from the list!!
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Here's the order they came in. Ricci got the first 2.

MwahahaHahahaa Goal! Goal! GOAL!!!!

Don't worry guys...I imagine that one of the 18's and one of the dual 15" enclosures will make it into Data-Bass testing.

I will send you a pm soon or you can hit me up. I will be in Cinci the entire weekend of the 18-20th of March, so I will just grab a 5x8 from U-haul and drop by to load the goodies. I can hand you cash in person to forego the paypal fees too unless you need it before then. Sound workable? Just let me know.

I'm glad you mentioned not wanting people to buy and try to resell this stuff for profit. Way to go for not letting that happen. I recently got screwed out of a deal by someone doing just that. Guy had a couple of amps at an absolute steal price that I really wanted but needed to collect the money. Somebody got them 2 days before I was ready and lo and behold they show up on Ebay marked up quite a bit a day or 2 later.

BTW your site is looking really good Erich. I hadn't checked it out lately. Added to the bookmarks.

Happy B-day ya nut-job.
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This should go over well!

You share your birthday with Justin Bieber.

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It does help keep the waveguide from moving as much.

Interesting alignment, I will have to read up on that more.

I have 3 CMS12 TDC ceiling monitors. Found them BNIB on eBay a little while ago for $140 each and I jumped all over them (just missed a pair that another guy scored by a few minutes or I could have had 5). Going to put 225 watts to the 12's and 100 watts to the tweeters. Haven't decided what to use yet to actively cross yet -- have some QSC DSP4's but may end up with MiniDSP or Behringer.

Which coaxes are you going to pair with the JBL's?

Very nice. I have Tannoy V12HPs. They are quite nice. I'm building an exchangeable baffle setup so I can run different setups, some horn 2-ways and some different coax 2-ways such as the Tannoy. The 2226Js or 2245H's will make it a 3-way acting as sealed bass bins from ~200hz down.
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This should go over well!

You share your birthday with Justin Bieber.

That's not very funny at all. I haven't packaged up your items yet, so I'll have to reevaluate your order sir.


Guys, here's how I'm boxing this stuff up. Let me know if you see any issues. I got lucky and found some perfect boxes, and I mean perfect.


I took a piece of this thick foam and glued it to a flat piece of cardboard. There's one for the top and bottom.




Screwed 2 drivers facing each other on 16" x 16" x 1/4" birch plywood, then wrapped it with pieces of bubble wrap to keep any foam chunks out.





Placed in the box on the thick pink foam. I have some foam corner edges from some speakers I bought last year (I may have enough corners for all these). Look how nice that fits!






Then I filled it with foam chunks.






I put in the other flat cardboard with the pink foam glued to it.







Then flipped it back over, opened the bottom, filled it with foam chunks the same way, then capped it all up nice and solid.






I feel like member Krytonitewhite posting all these photos!!!
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