Originally Posted by 04FLHRCI
I'm interested in this as well; although, I believe lilmike is working on a couple different ~20hz approaches...
The Lab12 has the advantage of being a built, proven, and available design. Please understand that in saying this I have nothing but the greatest respect for lilmike, as he has done great things and brought a lot of help to a lot of people.
Originally Posted by vitod
I like! But now we're going into a bigger sub territory. That's why the 6.5 is so attractive. We can possibly HIDE
one or more for a cleaner install.
I have four Klipsch La Scalas in my room and a Klipsch Heresy on top of my RPTV, and I live by myself with two dogs who let me do pretty much whatever I want. I am completely unconcerned with hiding things.
Originally Posted by cecaa850
For me, the thing that is the most attractive is the fact that the panels are cut and just need assembly. I love building, but hate cutting.
That, and the value of time and space. I'd love to have the time and space to do these things from scratch, but at present and for the foreseeable future, those things are scarcer than the cash it takes to have somebody else provide them. The value in an easy-to-assemble kit is hard to quantify, but it is definitely there for some folks.
I think the Lab12 horn is open source -- cec, are you working on getting that clarified? I happen to think it's a terrific candidate.