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Fostex-FE127E-DIY-Bass-Reflex-Loudspeaker.jpgBass Reflex Speaker with Fostex FE127E 8286 viewsThis is a Bass Reflex Speaker using the Fostex FE127E Fullrange Driver.

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FE103E-Spiral-Horn.jpgBookshelf Sized Spiral Horn with Fostex FE103E Driver8280 viewsA nicely sized bookshelf single driver speaker system from Japan. This loudspekaer uses a spiral horn enclosure for the Fostex FE103E Fullrange Speaker.
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Fostex-FX120-Frequency-Response-150mm.pngFostex FX120 Frequency Response8174 viewsFrequency Response plot of a Fostex FX120 Fullrange Speaker. The measurements were made on-axis at 6 inches (150 mm) from the driver using a Radio Shack 33-2050 SPL Meter.
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Fostex-FE126E-Rear-Loaded-Horn-Speaker.jpgRear Loaded Horn Speaker with Fostex FE126E8174 viewsThis is a diy rear loaded horn (back loaded horn - BLH) speaker that uses the Fostex FE126E fullrange speaker driver.
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dscf1831.jpgFE127E FS Fonkens8126 viewsFull size Fonkens with the Fostex FE127E Fullrange Driver.
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Copy_of_Turntable_092.jpgDIY Turntable8035 viewsThis is the Finished Turntable with Dynavector DV10X5 MC on one tonearm and a Shure M97XE on the other. Both tonearms were extended and DIY Headshells were used. The Sealed Lead Acid Battery does a great job powering the TT and with only an hour or two listening per day, lasts all week (Maybe longer??)
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ikyaudio_sound_pipes_small_1.jpgDIY PVC Pipe Speakers with HiVi B3N driver and HiVi T20-8 tweeter 8033 viewsThe speaker enclosures are made using various PVC pipe sections. The PVC pipe enclosure houses a 3-inch HiVi B3N fullrange driver and a HiVi T20-8 textile dome tweeter. The enclosure is tuned through a rear firing bass port. There is a 2-way crossover inside the enclosure and the binding posts are on the back. The speaker sits on a wood platform with spikes. The frequency range is about 65 to 20,000Hz . There is a nice sound stage and pretty good low end response considering the small size of the driver and enclosure. I would love to hear your comments about this HiVi B3N / T20-8 PVC Speaker project.
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DIY-Panasonic-Fullrange-Speaker.jpgPanasonic Fullrange Speakers8015 viewsThese are speakers I built using Panasonic Fullrange Drivers for my Single Ended EL84 Tube Amp.
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Scanspeak-8531-D3004-6600-00-T-Line-1.jpgScanSpeak Revelator 8531 MidBass and D3004-6600-00 Tweeter in Transmission Line Enclosure8002 viewsScanSpeak 8531 mid-bass and Scanspeak Revelator D3004-6600-00 Aircirc tweeters. The midbass is in a transmission line housing, and the tweeter in a separate decoupled enclosure. Close up view.
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Open-Baffle-Speaker-Ciare-CH250-Front.jpgOpen Baffle Speaker with Ciare CH2507866 viewsI have assembled the Ciare CH250 full range driver into an open baffle panel (birch plywood). Size of the baffle: height 80 cm, width 90 cm, thickness 18mm. The plans are the Open Baffle Plans from Stereo Sound "Tube Kingdom". The Ciare's are running without any filter network and sound surprising good.

See my blog for more information - Open Baffle mit Ciare CH250.

Carsten (Germany)
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Seas_FA22RCZ_in_Open_Speaker_Cabinet.jpgSeas FA22RCZ Fullrange in Open Speaker Cabinet7782 viewsThis is a "open cabinet" speaker that uses a Seas FA22RCZ driver (200 mm (8") fullrange). As you can see, the cabinet is open as it has no bottom. The speaker system impedance measures like a poorly adjusted bass reflex box, while the frequency response measures similar to that of a closed (sealed) cabinet. There is no filter network used with the Seas FA22RCZ driver.

The sound is very clean, open and free of compression artifacts, similar to open baffle speakers. Nevertheless, it has a satisfying bass depth.

See my blog for more information. It is written in German but you can use the Google translate tool on the right side of the page.

Kind regards,
Carsten Bussler from Germany
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K-12M-Tube-Amplifier-Kits.jpgK-12M Tube Amplifier Kits7717 viewsThree of Mark's K-12M tube amplifier kits. More information about the enclosure construction is available at the project page: A Case for the K-12M Tube Amplifier Kit .
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Pro-Ject-Phono-Box-SE.jpgPro-Ject Phono Box SE Preamplifier7683 viewsInside view a Pro-Ject Phono Box SE Preamplifier. The op-amps are two TL071CP and four JRC5137G. The power supply is regulated using 78L15 voltage regulators. Nothing stunning in the box. I like my DIY Moving Magnet Phono Preamplifier Kit better!!
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Scanspeak-8531-D3004-6600-00-T-Line-2.jpgScanSpeak Revelator 8531 MidBass and D3004-6600-00 Tweeter in Transmission Line Enclosure7669 viewsThese loudspeakers were designed around the ScanSpeak 8531 carbon paper mid-bass and Scanspeak RevelatorD3004-6600-00 Aircirc tweeters. The midbass is in a transmission line housing, and the tweeter in a separate decoupled enclosure.
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IRF610-MOSFET-Headphone-Amp.jpgDIY Class A Headphone Amplifier7632 viewsPutting the final touches on a Class A headamp project. An IRF610 MOSFET is used for the output device and a LM317 regulator makes up a constant current source (CCS). See the DIY IRF610 MOSFET Class A Headphone Amplifier Project page for full details.
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LM3875-Gainclone-Protoboard.jpgDIY LM3875 Gainclone on Protoboard7617 viewsAnother view of the LM3875 Gainclone on a Protoboard. The schematic is the same as Mark's DIY LM3875 Gainclone project. All of the parts (except the chip) are from Dick Smith and can also be found at Radio Shack in the US.
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Fostex-FX120-DIY-Bass-Reflex.jpgFostex FX120 Speaker in Bookshelf Sized DIY Bass Reflex Enclosure7609 viewsDIY Bass Reflex Speakers using the Fostex FX120 Fullrange Driver.

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Nanoo-LM3875-Gainclone.jpgNanoo - LM3875 Gainclone7571 viewsVery compact LM3875 chipamp with external power supply.

See the Nanoo LM3875 Gainclone Project page for more information.
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Open-Baffle-Speaker-Fostex-FE206E-Eminence-Side.jpgFostex FE206E / Eminence Open Baffle Speakers - Side7563 viewsSide view of Keith's Fostex FE206E fullrange and Eminence speakers in an open baffle.
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DIY-Audio-Silver-Wire-RCA-Interconnect-Cables.JPGDIY Audio Silver Wire RCA Interconnect Cables7559 viewsSimple DIY interconnect cables made with silver wire.

Related: DIY RCA Silver Interconnect Cables
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