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Ricci's Skram

http://data-bass.ipbhost.com/topic/742-riccis-skram-subwoofer-files/

I wonder what @Ricci is coming up with this time.
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Wasnt this the single driver Skhorn?
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Hmm.... maybe I should hold of on buying drivers for the lilwrecker until I see what Ricci has up his sleeve.
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CNC time.
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I like subwoofers.
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This one is going to be quite the woofer too.

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Nice. If only he'd go tall like a column (24 x 28 x H footprint?), I'd be tempted to sell the skorns lol.

That 36 is a killer in the home.
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Sorry for OT but has anyone else been unable to see the updated thread with chrome?

When I refresh the page, which I've kept open in its own tab, the latest post is from yesterday at 6:15 but says it's from 3 hr ago.

I tried cutting/pasting the url into a new tab and same thing, but when I cut/paste it into IE it works.

I also have occasional but regular issues w/chrome just not working with some websites, for example at the Costco site user reviews don't show but with IE they do.

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The footprint for this is pretty impeccable. I wonder what hes anticipating for actual response with all vents open.
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Sorry for OT but has anyone else been unable to see the updated thread with chrome?

When I refresh the page, which I've kept open in its own tab, the latest post is from yesterday at 6:15 but says it's from 3 hr ago.

I tried cutting/pasting the url into a new tab and same thing, but when I cut/paste it into IE it works.

I also have occasional but regular issues w/chrome just not working with some websites, for example at the Costco site user reviews don't show but with IE they do.

Yes, I’m also having problems with using chrome and it not showing updated posts.
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Hope hes ok with me posting this photo.
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I'm curious to see how it performs compared to the submaximus V3 that @hd0823 built and just a standard 12-15 cu ft ported box. I have been thinking about building different boxes for my 21's and was really inpressed with the V3's. If I could get similar output with the smaller footprint of the skram, that would be great.
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I'm curious to see how it performs compared to the submaximus V3 that @hd0823 built and just a standard 12-15 cu ft ported box. I have been thinking about building different boxes for my 21's and was really inpressed with the V3's. If I could get similar output with the smaller footprint of the skram, that would be great.


From what Ricci posted on DB it looks as if it won’t dig as deep as submaximus. But it looks like it would be more dBs 30-100hz.


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Sexy. Guess Ill wait to build more Othorns and see how this performs.
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Well it was, but that was from work. I’m only mobile now, maybe try another browser?


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Still not working, but here's a link to his Thread on D-B with the pictures.

http://data-bass.ipbhost.com/topic/7...bwoofer-files/
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Nice. If only he'd go tall like a column (24 x 28 x H footprint?), I'd be tempted to sell the skorns lol.

That 36 is a killer in the home.
I was seriously considering the sk's, im glad you bought them now. These will fit better in my room.

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I was seriously considering the sk's, im glad you bought them now. These will fit better in my room.
Unless he comes out with something thinner, I'm not too disappointed. The skhorn is awesome.
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Unless he comes out with something thinner, I'm not too disappointed. The skhorn is awesome.
Thinner isn't going to happen with 21" drivers.
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Unless he comes out with something thinner, I'm not too disappointed. The skhorn is awesome.
But no one is making a Skorn in their garage without a CNC machine. This you could.
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But no one is making a Skorn in their garage without a CNC machine. This you could.
Pretty sure someone made one in their living room, but, yeah, not in their garage
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But no one is making a Skorn in their garage without a CNC machine. This you could.
Pretty sure someone made one in their living room, but, yeah, not in their garage [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/wink.gif[/IMG]
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Thinner isn't going to happen with 21" drivers.
No idea, I'll have to leave that to you professionals, but I'd gladly take 2 18s that way if you're bored
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Unless he comes out with something thinner, I'm not too disappointed. The skhorn is awesome.

I was going to have to tear some things out to make one fit, im sure its epic

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Pretty sure someone made one in their living room, but, yeah, not in their garage
This is a much easier/smaller build.
I don't think the wife will get mad and tell me to "SKRAM" from the living room LOL
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