Well, here we go again.
likes designing crazy subs for us to build. I like building things.
Built a pair of these four years ago (where did the time go....) to replace my DTS-10. Build thread here: Triple Gjallarhorn + Othorn Build
- they are fantastic subs but when I moved to a new house they unfortunately do not fit.
As much as I enjoyed racing
to see who could drill pocket holes faster and get them done,
decided to build a CNC in his garage because he is cool like that. Few months later and more money then he probably wanted to spend, we had a working machine.
After some hand holding from
on how to model things in Solidworks. Next thing I know I have an Othorn built: Othorn Round 2 Build
- After that I fell off the map. Logged back into AVS a year or two later with a couple dozen requests for flatpacks in my inbox. Sorry about that guys...
So I got a new house and I don't have room for the Ghorns. I made a thread asking for some advice: New Mains - Are we going big or small!?
and everyone was super boring. "Go small, can't put a big sub there, etc etc etc"....
Enter the SKHorn:
The reason I keep logging back into AVS / Data-bass is to see if Josh has come up with something new.
Well, he has and I can fit it under my TV!: SKHorn
Note: This is a PA sub and not the ideal home theater sub.
I already have access to a pair of B&C 21SW152-4's to test it out so why not.
My turn to model it:
Few modifications and got the ok from Josh to make some sawdust:
Waiting on a part for the CNC so no more progress until Wednesday but it's happening :-)
Build photos of first one here: SKHorn
Build photos of three more here: SKHorn
and here: SKHorn
and here: SKHorn
Finished second set here: SKHorn
Some quick measurements - Ricci's will be better: SKHorn