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I'm building two bass towers with lms-r15 "and make them like that
Revel Salon2 I have as speakers today.

 

I'll go and fetch lms-r to week so it will be exciting when starting projects.
Excuse me if there is little wrong with the spelling.

 

There will be more information as well as some pictures it's always fun
to see what you're doing.

 

Sincerely, / Roger sweden.

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that sounds very interesting roger from sverige!

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thanks-


I hope I can explanations during the construction how I've been thinking.
Then I never write in English so hope you will understand me :-)

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I'm building two bass towers with lms-r15 "

Welcome Roger, you're going to fit in just fine around here!

You're communication skills are just fine
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Awesome! I have 2 x 15 JBL 2035's per speaker and the chest pounding is amazing. You will love it!
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Tell us more about these speakers! What do you plan on using for the mids & highs?
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Welcome Roger, you're going to fit in just fine around here!

You're communication skills are just fine

thanks for your comment.

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Excellent!

I hope it will be an interesting build

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Tell us more about these speakers! What do you plan on using for the mids & highs?

Maybe I wrote unclearly I intend to build two base tower only with base elements.
But revelen stands as the base design will look.

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Awesome! I have 2 x 15 JBL 2035's per speaker and the chest pounding is amazing. You will love it!

Thank you.
I think six lms-R15 "will be more than enough in my room.
They will be able to move about 7.4 gallons of moving air that is unbelievably good.
It is as much as four-lms Ultra 18 "is enough for most ... :-)

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Here is a little information what size tower will get.

 

The height is about 71 inches , width is approximately 19 inches and depth of 24 inches

The front will be about 2 inches thick in order to countersink the element and that
to round off the edge properly we like round shapes.

 

The back cover will be about 1.5 inches thick, it becomes recessed speaker connections.
And even where round the edges firmly.
It will be mahogany veneer on the sides and gloss black 

 

Incidentally .

There are three specific space for members of about 34 gallons .
We use Basta as the simulation program and simulates the isolation and
get with the isolation virtual volume of 47 gallons and get a Q- value of 0.67 .

 

I'll use Rockwoll flexible batts 35 which has a density of approx 37 kg / m³.

 

There will be three iNuke NU6000 in stereo 4ohm giving honest 1800W per channel
according to tests that will be used as drive .

 

A test ....

 

http://forum.speakerplans.com/behringer-inuke-nu6000-vs-kam-kxd7200-bench-tested_topic69202_page1.html?KW=Behringer+inuke+NU6000

 

As a DSP , I will use DSPeaker Anti -Mode 2.0 Dual Core incredibly
DSP nice ..... but expensive.

Link to the DSP.

 

http://www.dspeaker.com/en/products/20-dual-core.shtml

 

 

Some pictures of Revelen you will understand roughly what I expected .

 

Thanks for your help ... :-)

 

Sincerely, Roger

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I'm trying to send some information links and images but it does not work?

 

Has been fixed above.

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I hope I can explanations during the construction how I've been thinking.

Then I never write in English so hope you will understand me :-)
It takes a while to learn how the board works.

You're doing better than half of my Facebook friend. :-P
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Tack för din kommentar,det är trevligt att man inte behöver skämmas.....What a nice comment so that I need not be ashamed...;-)

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Should thump good.

I hope it will be for the conditions are good.

 

A stool with candy

 

 

Nice elements.

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A stack of subs on a pallet, nice! Also, you can post your numbers in liters instead of gallons. Most folks use liters on here, so we'll be fine.

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Thanks


For all the nice comments and good that you have gone over to the liter.
Easier to describe if you use the same units.


Wondering if you will not soon go over to millimeter dimensions because it is so
many countries use it?

 

And thanks LTD02 for photo shop of the object when it is how it will look.
Albeit that everything gets bigger ..... it looks exciting out

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Wondering if you will not soon go over to millimeter dimensions because it is so many countries use it?

You mean "everyone uses the metric system besides..." biggrin.gif

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You mean "everyone uses the metric system besides..." biggrin.gif

Yes...:)

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Three of the best countries right there. All joking aside, I would like metric with the exception of temperature. I like that our 1 degree increments are half that of Celsius and that the values are normally positive where I live.

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You mean "everyone uses the metric system besides..." biggrin.gif

Bah, it's just not the same since the fall of the British empire... frown.gifbiggrin.gif lol



UK should really be in red on that map too - we are officially Imperial for many things (mph and yards and feet/inches for road signs) but the inescapable grasp of the EU has slowly been strangling weights in lb and oz, height in feet and inches (who the .... knows how someone 194cm and 81.5kg is??), and miles is now kilometres in academic circles... rolleyes.gif
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UK should really be in red on that map too - we are officially Imperial for many things (mph and yards and feet/inches for road signs) but the inescapable grasp of the EU has slowly been strangling weights in lb and oz, height in feet and inches (who the .... knows how someone 194cm and 81.5kg is??), and miles is now kilometres in academic circles... rolleyes.gif

Yes, but you still have left-hand traffic! Here you have your "wrong-side-empire"... biggrin.gif

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