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Project by paulburch posted 100 days ago 1258 views 6 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Here are a couple of our latest speaker builds
http://www.cabotacoustics.com/

-- paul burchell





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Routerisstillmyname

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#1 posted 100 days ago

Nice work.wow 42 Hz for a full range speaker? may wanna post on htguide or hometheatershack. that’s where I hang out with speaker projects.

-- Router รจ ancora il mio nome.

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DocSavage45

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#2 posted 100 days ago

Hey you got the site up! Looks good. Speakers too. :<)

-- Cau Haus Designs, Thomas J. Tieffenbacher

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Dkouglas

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#3 posted 100 days ago

Love them. Beautiful job

-- Doug, Rhode Island, http://www.kornerwoodshop.com (Splinter Magnet)

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CincyRW

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#4 posted 99 days ago

Love the speakers – Love your website. When I have a bad day at my “corporate 9 – 5”, I admit that I day dream about quitting and making speakers in my basement (but I dont know much about woodworking or acoustics). Great idea and I hope you sell all you can handle making.

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bigblockyeti

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#5 posted 99 days ago

That’s certainly a few steps beyond the MDF subwoofer boxes I made for friends in high school back in the day!

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paulburch

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#6 posted 99 days ago

yes 42hz is impressive from a 4” driver, we are really impressed with these drivers hearing things in the music i have never heard before, unfortunately they will murder bad quality recordings. Mark is a very talented engineer and builds some great drivers. One of our next projects is a fast set-up with a mid woofer to pick up the lower frequency’s. The top pic is our studio monitors which are being auditioned this week at a few local recording studios. The A10p,s have a very flat frequency response.

-- paul burchell

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rdwile

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#7 posted 97 days ago

Paul,

I have some of that “Juan-wood” also, use it for special things. The elm is really funky.

Nice work!

-- Richard D. Wile, http://richard-wile.blogspot.ca/

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paulburch

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#8 posted 97 days ago

rd
paul

It is pretty wild looking stuff, but i am getting down to my last board or so, i resawed most for veneer to stretch it out as much as possible.

-- paul burchell

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paulburch

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#9 posted 39 days ago

We have almost completed our mono audio system, to be used with phone/i-pod or tablet music source. Its been a long 10 months or so in the making but getting close to completion unfortunatly i dont have any pics on the computer but you can see it here http://www.cabotacoustics.com/blog/ currently the finish has been applied any i am finishing up the cradle on top for the music source and we are awaiting the plate amp/dsp to be installed in the back. I will post pics when it is complete
-paul

-- paul burchell

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