Got my speakers and everything check em out !!

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Jason-Pro, May 22, 2002.

  1. ThomasW

    ThomasW Cinematographer

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    Pro's know how to compress the files so that they are an appropriate size for posting on a forum. And since EVERYONE can access the Stryke plans why didn't you just post a link?

    If everyone made posts like yours this forum would grind to a halt.

    Enough already....
     
  2. Jason-Pro

    Jason-Pro Stunt Coordinator

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    sorry... redid the post

    and john doesnt have them sub plans on his site yet and the TMM RS i dont know if he has them on the site yet.

    and i do not know his link to all his speaker plans gotta contact him for that.



    sorry didnt mean any harm..
     
  3. Cam S

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    Calm down Thomas, it's not like he's been a member on this forum since 1999, cut him some slack for not knowing a few "rules".

    Jason, are you using the plans for those speakers that are on the stryke website? Or are you designing your own. It looks like your going with a dual woofer setup for the front speaker. Should be nice.
     
  4. ThomasW

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    Jason

    Thanks for making the links.

    Good 'netiquette' dictates that posts should be readily accessable to all members. So photos should be kept as small as possible, since most people don't have high speed access.

    Looks like you've got a good project going. John J has some interesting speaker designs.

    Understand that the vertical dispersion of the Stryke ribbon is limited to the physical height of the driver. So the speakers will have a narrow vertical listening window. Make sure when you make stands that they place the tweeter directly at ear height when in the listening position.
     
  5. Jason-Pro

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    yeah i know that about the ribbon tweeters its all setup already the center channel may be a tad high but i should still beable to hear it.

    yeah im using them plans Cam S i hope the turn out good ! i might be going up by him and he said hed help me glue the boxes together and everything.
     

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