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QSC SR 8101 Clone

I purchased a pair of QSC SR 8101 for use with my QSC 2150's just to keep everything matching. I was considering the Volts to add as rears/sides but a discussion was happening considering the aftermarket parts for the 2150's being different than the retail parts. I took my 8101's apart and matched the numbers with the part numbers on QSC website. The parts cost just over $70 for each speaker. Considering the retail cost was $363.00 for a pair this was a much better deal. The dimensions can be found online.
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Here are some pics of the retail 8101 opened up. Not much in there. Crossover in the middle with a little poly fill behind the tweeter.
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I looked behind the woofer and tweeter to confirm they are the same part numbers as QSC lists in their parts department.


Tweeter XD-000008-00 $22.50
Woofer SP- 000176-00 $25.37
Crossover PA-000288-00 $27.80


Total $75.67
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Cut the wood using the current 8101 dimensions and purchased the Woofer, Tweeter, and Crossover from QSC. I purchased the 2" x 5" ports from Parts Express for .75 each during the closeout sale. The ports are the same dimensions as the retail speakers.


The cool addition to the crossover is the fact they come wired and ready to "plug and play" Each end is a specific size to connect the positive and negative terminals. No way they can be connected incorrectly. The also included the terminal cup which could be ran to another set of speakers for an array.
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Starting to build the box. I pre-painted the back and top so I could mount the crossover, terminal cup, and ports before the final assembly.
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Ready to take outside sand and paint.
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Finished with leftover Restore 10x. They sound great. I could use them as fronts in a small room.
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rlaudio,

Those look awesome! You did a nice job on those, I'd like to make a pair of these and give them a try, I may have a couple of questions after I make up the boxes, and hooking up the xo's, thanks for sharing your build of these!

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Those look awesome! You did a nice job on those, I'd like to make a pair of these and give them a try, I may have a couple of questions after I make up the boxes, and hooking up the xo's, thanks for sharing your build of these!
Thanks. I could have taken more pics but there isn't much to it. The crossover is assembled and soldered to the terminal cup. The connection can only fit one way to the speakers. You cant even mix up the Positive or Negative terminals. The most difficult part was building the box which wasn't too hard. Keep the ports wider or they WILL it the woofer when you mount it. (yep. did that). Most the cuts are 45 degree and 15 degrees. Im sure you could use whatever design you want. I copied the original box design to match the other 2 I have. Or honestly I would have built them like the volts. QSC uses 1/2" mdf, I had some leftover 3/4" mdf so I just used that. You can buy 2" ports from Parts Express.
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Well, I guess I could not stay strong enough forever, I've been holding off waaay too long, so it's finally time to get my rear in gear, and start doing some DIY speakers..... Thanks for the extra push with your build thread here, JK...

I have started cutting up enough pieces for 2 sets, will make up one set for now, my QSC order will be here this Friday, as well as the speaker ports that I had to get on ebay, parts express was totally out of these, I need to order a jasper circle template for my router, may have to get one local, so I don't have to wait any more longer with shipping, much more to come! Thanks again for your help!!!

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Finally received my new modem. Being without internet sucks. Good Idea building the rears similar to the volts. Trying to Clone the QSC speakers is a pita. Quite a few re-cuts. Glad to see your on your way. You could finish up in a couple days. I sent an email for the woofer and tweeter cutouts. Let me know if you need anything else. I'll be around for the weekend.

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Glued up two cabs yesterday afternoon, waited until tonight, sanded them up, ready to finish up front baffle but waiting for jasper circle template,



Only took QSC parts 3-4 days, of which included delivery...
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Are these as sensitive as the mains? They look like a great on-wall option as mains too. How much better could you do for seventy five bucks each? Looking great!
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Are these as sensitive as the mains? They look like a great on-wall option as mains too. How much better could you do for seventy five bucks each? Looking great!
I'm not sure as to sensitivity, I'm sure rlaudio can verify that info, he even stated when he was done building a second set, that they were good enough to be mains, the main reason I'm building them is they can't be beat for 75 bucks each, and I'm tired of everyone else having so much fun doing DIY speaker builds, LOL!

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In a small room they could easily be used as mains. 12x10 size room. Since they use a soft dome tweeter the sound isn't bright or harsh and the woofer actually provides good bass. For $75.00ea they cant be beat. Would be great for a garage speaker as well. Im not sure how they would compare to the Volts. The paper specs are close however you can build 2 of these for the cost of a single Volt. Not sure if its an apples to apples comparison since I have not built the Volts.

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Update:

Got the speakers, ports, and cross-overs mounted, and even used the router to radius all edges, going to finish sand, and start finishing this set with Restore 10x over the next few days, I hope...

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wow. thanks guys. what a great low cost option

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Those turned out awesome. That cabinet is SO much easier to build than the retail version.

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I took some time and modeled this up in Solidworks, I would like to consider a change to the next set, and possibly try a slot port, rather the plastic tubes, will see
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Pics of them completed, first off, they sound great! I spent some time breaking them in, could not be more pleased, trying to decide on another pair, at least I have boards ready for another set.


Installed crossovers, insulation behind tweeter,










I think I may call someone to make me some flat-packs next time, or maybe just the front baffles, as my garage has 1/2" of MDF all over everything,

Another big Thanks again to rlhaudio for sharing his build so I can finally enjoy some nice surrounds!
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That looks like a really good project guys. Well done.

@TheaterChad , I might have to invite myself over one of these days to have a listen. I'm very intrigued.

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That looks like a really good project guys. Well done.

@TheaterChad , I might have to invite myself over one of these days to have a listen. I'm very intrigued.
Hey There Neighbor!

These clones are an awesome addition to the sound, besides my new diy 130" Diagonal Seymour XD screen, very very nice! Will have to connect over the next few months!
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Those turned out great. Im still trying to locate a part number for QSC's new Axisymmetric horn (used on their next gen. surrounds and quite a few mains) No part numbers as of yet to order off their website. Maybe I can find another company with similar specs. I wouldn't mind building an SR-1020 or SR 8200 in the near future. Maybe a Denovo waveguide would work. As long as it supports at 1.4" compression driver and 90 x 40 degree horn/wg. It should work. IF I find something I'll be sure to post another build.

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Those turned out great. Im still trying to locate a part number for QSC's new Axisymmetric horn (used on their next gen. surrounds and quite a few mains) No part numbers as of yet to order off their website. Maybe I can find another company with similar specs. I wouldn't mind building an SR-1020 or SR 8200 in the near future. Maybe a Denovo waveguide would work. As long as it supports at 1.4" compression driver and 90 x 40 degree horn/wg. It should work. IF I find something I'll be sure to post another build.
Did you ever find a part# for either the SR-1020 or SR-8200? I'm looking to build one of the two but I've hit a dead end on the waveguide. Anyone know of an alternative waveguide that will work?

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Did you ever find a part# for either the SR-1020 or SR-8200? I'm looking to build one of the two but I've hit a dead end on the waveguide. Anyone know of an alternative waveguide that will work?
SR-8200 Part Number
HF TRANSDUCER COMPRESSION DRIVER, 1.4", TITANIUM, FERRITE, 36MM, 16V, 8 OHM, SR-8200/SR-1020 XD-000031-00 CD
LF TRANSDUCER XD-000032-00 WOOFER, 8", PAPER, FERRITE, 50MM, 40V, 8OHM, SR-8200 XD-000032-00 Woofer
GRILLE ASSY, SR-8200 (Not needed) PA-000294-00 Grill
CROSSOVER ASSY PA-000289-00 XOVER ASSY, , , SR-8200 PA-000289-00 x-over
Prices may have changed total 144.66

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HF TRANSDUCER COMPRESSION DRIVER, 1.4", TITANIUM, FERRITE, 36MM, 16V, 8 OHM, SR-8200/SR-1020 XD-000031-00
LF TRANSDUCER WOOFER, 10", PAPER, FERRITE, 50MM, 49V, 8OHM, SR-1020 XD-000034-00
GRILLE ASSY, SR-1020 (not needed) PA-000295-00
CROSSOVER ASSY XOVER ASSY, , , SR-1020, PA-000290-00
total 173.36

Price is for 1 speaker, order 2 for a pair. I heard its more difficult to order from the parts list. I ordered online, placed in my cart, paid. No problems.
The SR-8101 cost $75 each and play crazy loud. You could build two 8101 vs a single sr-8200 but 8200 may work better for surrounds with 8101 for Atmos due to no horn.
Good luck and be sure to report back.
I have part # for the SR-110B, 18, 26 & 46 both standard and THX as well as some subwoofers.

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My bad. I was referring to waveguide. I don't see the waveguide for either the 8200 or 1020 on the site.Is there an alternative that will work?

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My bad. I was referring to waveguide. I don't see the waveguide for either the 8200 or 1020 on the site.Is there an alternative that will work?
No, I couldnt get that part number. When I contacted QSC they didnt have a separate part number. They only sold the entire speaker, but the speakers were just released. Its been a few years so im sure they sell replacement by now. The only problem now is getting the part number. lol I have the old number for the 90x40 horn.

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No, I couldnt get that part number. When I contacted QSC they didnt have a separate part number. They only sold the entire speaker, but the speakers were just released. Its been a few years so im sure they sell replacement by now. The only problem now is getting the part number. lol I have the old number for the 90x40 horn.
I see the 90x40 horn ($27.50) on the site but I don't know what speaker that belongs to. Do you have any idea?

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Nevermind. The SP-000102-GP Horn/Waveguide HORN,90X40,DCS SURROUND is used on the SR-46 and SR-26

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