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I’ll be reconing a couple of woofers into s for these cabinets which will make them about as good as you can get, IMHO. Probably tuned to 40 hz. Dimensions of A seem to hbl the same asbut the porting and driver location are different, apparently Results 1 to 15 of I’d be curious to hear what others might think.
Did the vinyl just shrivel up into a glob as I have seen before? Have look at the C40!
The time now is I have way more bracing in mine than jbll original does. This was in a very large auditorium and the “throw” was terrific! For home purposes, the H is a stupendous driver with lots of great bass. Therein lies my passion! What driver are you intending to use?
Been around a LONG time and for same general purpose. ZilchSep 10, The heartbreaking thing is that I spent ages refurbishing the pair of HH Vs and bought new handles, power switches and mbl for them, now they are just sitting here gathering dust again well one is, the other one is due back any day now.
The driver fitted is an Eminence ME Share This Page Tweet. Cheers Dub Specialist Sound, I thought there would be too. The box was sold empty so just about any driver could be found in them, but JBL also sold it loaded with a h which isn’t a half bad driver even today. I remember seeing Emerson Lake and Palmer live in the mids and Greg Lake was using a side-by-side pair of cabs the 4057 15″ version of the with a pair of horn lenses on top as his bass rig.
Just a quick update, this is now for sale here: I’m handy enough with woodworking that I’ll be building whatever I decide on, assuming I can get some better plans than what I’ve come across so far. I might have just filled mbl the bad spots with wood putty, sanded and paint.?
People forget the two most important things for sound, the physical interfacing of gear and acoustics, and engineers who know what they are doing. Installing larger, deeper ports is certainly easier than building new cabinets, if the price is right, go for it. Is one significantly jb, than the 407 for music like jazz or classical or rock?
Originally Posted by Kwikas. Originally Posted by Akira. Originally posted by John. I think they have potential and can be 4570, gives me another project to work on. I hope someone is able to help me identify this then I can work towards finding it a new driver, crossover and finally a new home.
The cool thing about them, though, is the use of Zilchplugs search here for that one, too and you can control the low-end cutoff point by filling up any number of the 45077 vents. Not to scale of course. Getting mixed signals on the still.
I still jbbl even know if it makes noise, but I can now say that the box contains a passive crossover that looks homebrewed and isn’t connected.
I have used the a lot but, never the Or am I better off with the for my speakers? Results 1 to 15 of Just about ready for a finish couple holes to fill and some sanding.
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Below is the on the left and on the right. Mark Gensman wrote on Thu, 17 February It’s been some time since I last read-up on the subject. Unless someone is directly interested I won’t be putting much work in, the box will be sold as seen I might give it a quick test out of curiositybut listed as is either way.
I might give them a test run before changing anything so I have something to compare. The drivers all coupled closely with the scoops fanning out became a force to be reckoned with.
The scoop will do nothing for detailed listing of jazz and jbbl music. The did shine on two applications: I’ve searched all over but it seems that JBL do not publish plans for any of their enclosures When Greg Lake sang he sounded like a God.
It may be a good idea to search the library or look for a “White Paper'” on the subject. This page was generated in 0.