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  2. William from NOLA

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    03-14-08 #2

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    Pretty nice, the only thing that is questionable is the Behringer. I have a bunch of Behringer items and they aren't magnificent, but they work and do a decent job.
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  3. solacedagony

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    03-14-08 #3

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    Quote Originally Posted by William from NOLA
    Pretty nice, the only thing that is questionable is the Behringer. I have a bunch of Behringer items and they aren't magnificent, but they work and do a decent job.
    Yea, I've heard odd stories of the DCX randomly not working or having noise problems. This is why I got a 2-year warranty on it, besides the standard warranty. But there simply isn't anything in that price range with the features the DCX has, so it's worth it to me. The dcx driverack is more, I think, in the $600-$700 range. That's as much as half my setup

  4. Jonathan

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    03-14-08 #4

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    Let us know how it sounds. I've heard the kit before, it's very impressive considering the price. I built the Waveguide TMM project but ended up giving it to a friend. Sounded really nice.

  5. solacedagony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan
    Let us know how it sounds. I've heard the kit before, it's very impressive considering the price. I built the Waveguide TMM project but ended up giving it to a friend. Sounded really nice.
    I surely will post updates on the work and my impressions of the sound. I need to wait til Monday to hook anything up, because I was stupid and ordered male XLRs and no female XLRs
    I was looking at the waveguide and the new 3.5 way as possible future projects.

  6. solacedagony

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    03-16-08 #6

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    Got as much work done on one of the cabinets as I could before I ran out of MDF. I probably won't get anymore done at least until the end of this week when I can pick up more MDF and actually have some time.

    I'll be first to say that I'm not the best wood worker around here, so any criticism is welcome. I really need to get myself a table saw. I think that would eliminate a lot of problems. Because I can't cut straight with a circular saw.

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  7. solacedagony

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    Got a couple more updates on the Webshots. Got both boxes done, but I realized I cut one of the baffles backwards, so I gotta get that baffle back off and put a new one on. Got pics of the crossovers. Also got pics of the DIY cables I made up. TRS 1/4" to XLR and XLR to XLR, all balanced cables.

  8. Ryan from Ohio

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    03-23-08 #8

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    I dont have a table saw either. But I sure do have a piece of 1 1/2" Aluminum angle iron and 2 clamps that allow me to cut straight.

    I have access to a table saw when I really need one. Which was the case with that box that had a triple front baffle.
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  9. solacedagony

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    03-23-08 #9

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan from Ohio
    I dont have a table saw either. But I sure do have a piece of 1 1/2" Aluminum angle iron and 2 clamps that allow me to cut straight.
    I have access to a table saw when I really need one. Which was the case with that box that had a triple front baffle.
    The biggest piece of angle aluminum that I could find at Home Depot was like 1/2" or that is what I was going to do. I'm going to have to go over to Lowes and see if they have anything bigger.

    For the baffles/rear panels, I cut them like 1/2" too long/wide and just routered them even with a pattern bit. Makes perfect baffles even if your box isn't perfectly square.

  10. Bwcad1

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    Aluminum angle can warp and bend out of shape over time especially if set on its end. get yourself a good 4ft level for about 30 bucks and you should be golden. another tool i strongly reccomend is a good belt sander. even if your not the best with a table saw or a circ saw the belt sander comes in handy. my inside cuts are the only ones i worry about being 100 percent straight the rest i cut an 1/8th heavy and then sand with my angle grinder with 24grit and finish it up with 80 and 120 on the belt sander.
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