Frequency: F3 = 46Hz/1 box,  40Hz/4 boxes alt

Efficiency: 106dB 1w/1m 2pi

Enclosure Type: Hybrid

Size: 122x76x61cm 

Recommended driver: LF18G401 Spec Sheet

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Plan: MHB-4818

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JIM-HU replied the topic: #22808 4 years 5 months ago
how bad would it be to make this a little smaller? 25" tall instead of 30" - 22" deep instead of 19" -- 22" wide instead of 15.5" making the V bin 18" where the speaker is bolted in. putting 2x4 bracing all around the connections and port
want to be able to slide it under a table or turn it on its side and mount a speaker pole
thanks jim-HU
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G-Audio replied the topic: #21804 5 years 4 months ago
hi
how to insert speaker in this cabinet ...can u send me some pics thanks ..cheer up
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SPWTEK replied the topic: #21672 5 years 6 months ago
what kind of wood can i use to do them ?
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sn95 replied the topic: #19992 6 years 6 months ago
Will a B&C 18 TBW 100 work in this cab ???
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mhtplsh replied the topic: #18952 7 years 2 months ago
Anybody simulated with hornresp?
The input window of Hornresp with frequency response will be better

This way we can simulate first the drivers we can use.
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MAutopsy replied the topic: #13917 8 years 5 months ago

kentech wrote: can it be resised for a 12" woofer ?

One of the companies (fane, emenence, or someone) has some old wbin plans for a 12". Dont think its ported, but thats simple to figure out.... Check out tda audio's site, beleive its there
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kentech replied the topic: #13912 8 years 5 months ago
can it be resised for a 12" woofer ?
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dvoikatroika replied the topic: #11872 8 years 8 months ago
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guest replied the topic: #11867 8 years 8 months ago
fuck w-bins they're way outdated and suck.
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playdjboyes replied the topic: #11827 8 years 8 months ago
diz is w-bins designs and yaah, n RCF G401 is gud spk for reverse bins.
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kmixx replied the topic: #10618 8 years 11 months ago
can this cab be optimized around other speakers?
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tamuks replied the topic: #9993 9 years 1 month ago
l did scketch measurement .the cab is rather too big .if lm to make 4 of them l will need a truck 2 carry them so can l make it for 15 inch speakers ? Do u have a plan for 15 inch drivers
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tamuks replied the topic: #9992 9 years 1 month ago
what drivers did you use on this cab ?coz lm thinking of making 2 cabs using p.audio sd 18 and is it a long throw cab? .good work mate
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xmax extreme replied the topic: #9459 9 years 2 months ago
Many thanks bee... smiley20
bee's Avatar
bee replied the topic: #9454 9 years 2 months ago
screw and glue on the tip of the v bit, u could allso fill the void in the v with foam......
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xmax extreme replied the topic: #9441 9 years 2 months ago
Thanks bee, i am a bit worried if its not screwed, it will create some noise due to vibrations on the edges?
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bee replied the topic: #9440 9 years 2 months ago
looking at the plan i would say yes they do touch at both points you have marked out. done a quick rework of the measurments on paper. And again the v does touch the upper and lower part of the baffle, Hope this helps.
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xmax extreme replied the topic: #9439 9 years 2 months ago
thanks bee, how about on these portions, should be no gap between the tip of the V shape and speaker panel? please refer image below.
cheers
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bee's Avatar
bee replied the topic: #9429 9 years 2 months ago
the v bit sits level with the driver panal this would leave an 18mm gap to driver. 18mm being the thickness of the ply wood.
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bee replied the topic: #9428 9 years 2 months ago
most w-bins load from the back, but look at the plans..... the driver sits on the inside of the rear chamber. You may be able to change the plan and load driver from the back.......

On second thoughts you cant change the plan as the v bit would then be wrong.....
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xmax extreme replied the topic: #9426 9 years 2 months ago
Does the V shape touches on the panel where the speaker is mounted? Or has a small clearance? I was wondering cause it might create some noise during bass vibrations.
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xmax extreme replied the topic: #9425 9 years 2 months ago
Very nice...
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nickyburnell replied the topic: #9419 9 years 2 months ago
Most of these have the back removable, complete with splitter.
bee's Avatar
bee replied the topic: #9418 9 years 2 months ago
you would load the driver in sideways from eather side...... so the acces panel can be put on the left or right side.......
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xcn replied the topic: #9417 9 years 2 months ago
How would the Fane Colossus 18XB perform in this box?