Originally Posted by TheEAR
My mains Dynaudio Contour S5.4, no I am not starting to mess with mains my next upgrade is the Confidence C4. And the upgrade is for this year,so the performance of my mains surpasses by a damn lot what most audiophiles have.
Dynaudio are one of the few commercial speakers I'd be interested in owning. And if you can afford them then why not spend on something excellent and ready to go.
Interestingly the drivers I use are from a company called Audiotechnology which was founded by Ejvind Skanning as his latest audio venture. This man is an audio and driver designing legend after setting up both Dynaudio and Scanspeak some years ago. The Audiotechnology drivers are the culmination of his 50+ years of experience in this field.
My problem,finding the time to make proper crossovers and ...building such complex cabinets.Not I am in any way afraid to make a quality cabinet,my cabinets are as stout and inert as they come.
I won't argue with that. Its a big commitment if you want to go for broke and I think your the kind of person that would go that route. You'll get bored of subs at some point though and convert. Be warned, building loudspeakers is even more addictive.
BTW good tools you have.
I have a dozen Bosch pro series tools,so tooling I have.
Yes the Bosch are good tools, although I wouldn't recommend the palm sander from the pro range as it has a very poorly designed sand paper clamp but other than that I find they're tools that just work and do what you want without having to work around limitations or inaccuracy.