diy tetra speakers with revelator!!!!!

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  1. Geno

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    http://www.acoustic-reality.com/us_tetra.htm
    i might just have this as a winter project!!! woohoo
    please post comments.
    just got an email from them, they dont offer diy anymore, i guess but the plans are still on the link, just need to figure out crossover
     
  2. Shawn Solar

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    Any response graphs? I may of missed it but is there any price listed? Uses good parts just wondering on it fr.
     
  3. Geno

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    response graphs are in there, I think you just have to search the web site. not that user friendly of a site.
    ps, I from what the email says and what I can find online, it seams very contradictory. dont exactly know whats up. oh well, there is still the link to the design [​IMG]
     
  4. Hank Frankenberg

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    Ineteresting - very expensive drivers and foil air core coils - add those up and throw in profit for their design/drawings, and it'll cost a pretty penny, but hey, imagine what a finished pair would cost in a Hi-Fi salon! [​IMG]
    Misleading drawings and they mention you have to build 4 plates twice. How about the pyramid's base "plate"?
    I do like the non-parallel sides and time-aligned aspects of the cabinet though, and have been contemplating experimenting with a triangular (not pyramid) tower cabinet, similar to their line of Tetra tetrahedron cabinets.
     
  5. Robin Smith

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    Hank,

    It is only four sides. Each side is a triangle (including the base)

    Robin
     

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