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8 years 8 months ago #13853 by nickyburnell
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People saying XB in these.
For kick yes, as a full sub/bass cab I would suggest not, cone is not stong enough.

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8 years 8 months ago #14015 by jerronimo
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I've loaded my ES18BPH with the RCF LF18G401 and it kicks like a mule when playing techno/hardstyle/trance.
But I find that I have to LP cross it very low at 120 hz for other styles of music like pop and rock to give a ''uncoloured'' sound.
Anything above and it starts to sound very coloured and undefined.

Any ideas?

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8 years 6 months ago #14663 by tamuks
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thanks Kentech .but if lm to build 8 es18bph what type of midtop boxes would l need? coz l have 4 15"fane speakers l need 4 single midtop does any one have a midtop plan?

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8 years 6 months ago #14674 by tamuks
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just came up with a mid top plan for the es18 it sounds great its 15 horn midtop

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8 years 6 months ago #14921 by bee
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ok just going over the plans for this cab, and the angles dont add up, ive re drawn it in cad, and to scale on paper. the issue is with panel c....... the plans show it joining from the corner of section g..... but if you bring it in by 15mm from the corner all measurments are correct ishhh. see pic below.....



has any one else had or seen this issue........

by bringing it in 15mm it corrects the measurements where part c meets b and d, the angle between d and c is 90 degrees...... b to c is 35 degrees, the only angle that is out is c to g this becomes 37 degrees not 40 as plan............ the length of panel c changes as well.

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8 years 6 months ago #14942 by saul
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yeah discovered this 2 years ago.

i think i just changed the angle on the end of the panel to suit. it was only 3 degrees or something like that.

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8 years 6 months ago #14944 by bee
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lol..... if just change the end angle it effected all the angles, instead of being 2 90 sections it would be 2 degrees less between c,d,and e and 4 degrees between g and c....... i reworked it to this..... see pic below.......



it makes the rear chamber ever-so slightly smaller....

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8 years 6 months ago #14948 by nickyburnell
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:lol: You super accurate cabinet builders, have to call you Norm!

I built two and never noticed

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8 years 6 months ago #14949 by bee

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8 years 6 months ago #14954 by levyte357
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nickyburnell wrote: :lol: You super accurate cabinet builders, have to call you Norm!

I built two and never noticed


This has caught my eye, and is very interesting...

http://forum.speakerplans.com/modified-es18-electrikal-version_topic56159.html
http://www.mediafire.com/?8i9ij292t4btai4


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