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AMP6-T-Amp-Kit-Parts.jpgAMP6 Kit from 41hz.com6653 viewsThe AMP6 kit from 41hz.com. See the project page for my experience with the DIY AMP6 kit.
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Fostex-FE127E-Sealed-Bipole-Loudspeaker.jpgFostex FE127E Sealed Bipole Loudspeaker6618 viewsMy version of the DIY Fostex FE127E Sealed Bipole Speaker build.
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Push-Pull-KT88-Tube-Amp.jpgMillett UniAmp: Push Pull KT88 Tube Amplifier6592 viewsPete Millett UniAmp with KT88
Transformer input (phase splitter) 6SN7 driver / 6SN7 voltage gain. Push-Pull KT88 Amplifier section. 5AR4 power supply into 47uF then 10 H (draws about 165mA from 620V CT transformer) then 2700uF @ 400VDC.
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DIY-Speakers-and-Subwoofer.jpgDIY Speakers and DIY Subwoofer 6590 viewsI just finished building some budget speakers and subwoofer. Very basic design but that is the look I was after. It is my first project so I kept the components cheap. It sounds quite good considering the cost. Certainly a lot better sound than the speakers I was considering which cost 5 times the amount. Also I had fun and learned a lot along the way.

To get a perfect gloss finish and without the need to bog and sand screw holes, I first screwed the 19mm MDF together and then laminated (glued) 3mm MDF over the top. Next I trimmed the edges of the 3mm MDF with a router fitted with a laminex trimmer. After a light sand the boxes were ready to finish with no chance of seeing any screw holes.

I also made a cabinet to match and used some perspex for the centre panel and sprayed it the same colour as the subwoofer.

I hope this has inspired any budding diy speaker newbies. Im hooked now, im already planning my next project with better components.

Ben
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DIY-Class-A-Mosfet-Amplifier.jpgDIY Class A Mosfet Amplifier6586 viewsAnother variation of Mark's 2SK1058 Mosfet Amplifier. Here is a photograph of the inside of this DIY 2SK1058 Mosfet Amplifier project.
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FE167E.JPGFostex FE167E Fullrange Driver in Bass Reflex Enclosure6577 viewsI required some efficient speakers to compliment a small valve (6T9) amplifier which produced only a few watts. Here are the finished speakers. The enclosure design is the Fostex FE167E Recommended Bass Reflex Enclosure (15L). 18mm MDF was used which was glued and nailed together. The back panel (internally) has a layer of heavy sound absorbing vinyl glued to it and all internal walls have a thick layer of Dacron tacked to them. First impressions of the sound is very clear with strong transient response and pin point sound stage.
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Diaphony2.jpg"Diaphony's" An open baffle design6562 viewsConstruction with waive guide prior to final rough finish.
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mURI_temp_c69bbe4a.jpgDIY Towers Speakers6561 viewsThis is the DIY folded horn tower speaker that I did recently !
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Realistic-Minimus77-Speakers-Grills-On.jpgRealistic Minimus 77 Speakers with HiVi BN4 Midbass Drivers6559 viewsThese Tandy / Realistic / Radio Shack Minimus 77 (metal enclosures) speakers had already had one upgrade with better quality 4" drivers some months back. But after a chip amp delivered pure DC into the driver, thus melting the voice coil, repair was required. The drivers are Jaycar (Australian hobby shop) re-branded HiVi BN4 4" aluminum / magnesium convex diaphragm drivers (see other image). The overall sound is bright with little music much below 100Hz. But as PC speakers or compact bookshelf boxes they are satisfactory. The crossover (1st order) was also upgraded with the high pass capacitor upgraded to a polypropylene metal film type.
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3.jpgDIY Guitar Amplifier 6558 viewsA photograph of the finished DIY Guitar Amplifier. The simple graphics on the faceplate are custom made and a fender speaker cover is used. The amplifier is a K-16LM 16W Mono Tube Amp Kit.
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Half-Chang-map-170608.pdfHalf Chang Speaker Plans6532 viewsHalf Chang Speaker Plans used to construct my Half Chang Speakers with Audio Nirvana Super 8 Cast Frame Drivers
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SV101780.JPGOpen Baffle Speakers - Rear6523 viewsThis shot shows the OBs before two layers of darcon were stapled to the rear leaving only the woofer rears exposed. The particle board is 18mm the woofers 10", mids 2" domes and titanium tweeters. The Xover is a 2nd order. I replaced the HF caps with metal film polypropylene varieties from electrolytics. Heavy metal brackets join the base board and baffle broad. The boxes recline slightly so the speakers will stand up without other assistance.

Listing is pleasant with voice bright and bass OK but not deep. The woofers are new and very stiff so bass response may follow many hours of playing. See other image.
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Jordan-JX92S-Tower-Bass-Reflex-Speakers.jpgJordan JX92S Tower Bass Reflex Speakers6515 viewsDo-It-Yourself (DIY) Tower Loudspeakers constructed using the Jordan JX92S Full Range Speaker Driver. The speaker box enclosure is bass reflex (ported). See the Jordan JX92S DIY Bass Reflex Tower Speakers page for full information about this project.
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1_phono_pre.jpgKit form Phono Preamp6514 viewsPaul's rendition of the MM Phono Preamplifier Kit is both neat and very serious looking. The small instrument case matches a 12AX7 Valve Amplifier of mine that Paul is now using. Paul, like me is very pleased with the sonic qualities of this inexpensive phono preamp kit. He did note it took a day or two to sell to a smoother sound.
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New_Set-up_-_Copy.JPGCompleted home theater/living room set up6505 viewsFull range, DIY home theater system, 4 amplifiers, 16-15" passive radiators, and a lot of pride of ownership!
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PreAmp.JPGOPA2134 based preamp with balance control.6492 viewsWith the case work complete it will not be long before this OP based preamp is singing along. The case is small about 115 X 85 and cast aluminum. Gain is 3 dB and a balance control has been included. Full details for this project are available at: DIY OPA2134 Preamplifier Project.
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Mill_1.JPGFront View of the DIY OTL Tube monoblocks6490 viewsWeighing in at 18.5kg's each , these chassis are milled out of Aluminum plate and form part of the main heat sink for the tube sockets that are a precision fit . 6mm thick plate was used through out . The feet are solid with machined slots using cap screws to capture from the inside ( so no holes can be seen )
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Lowther_DX3_Open_Baffle_Speaker.jpgLowther DX3 Open Baffle Speakers6481 viewsBaffle height: 56", Baffle width: 25", 20 mm marine plywood
Baffle sloped 10° to the rear to time-align the drivers.
Fane POP100 18": centre 13" from floor.
Lowther DX3 8": 34" from floor, offset 3" from centre line.
Tweeter 2": upward firing from the top of the baffle.

Acoustic shelf: 26" from floor, 9" wide and 6" deep, centre aligned with the Lowther.
Bass box sides: 10" deep at the bottom, 5" deep at top, 26" height.
Bass port shelf: fitted across the centre of the bass speaker.

Crossover:
6dB per octave
Bass turn-over frequency 120 Hz
Lowther roll-off frequency 240 Hz (high frequencies not rolled off)
Tweeter roll-off frequency 6,000 Hz 12dB per octave

The sound has the typical Lowther wide open mid-range, quick and revealing, even with an old, low powered solid state amp. Usually Lowthers are expected to be in horns, but on a big open baffle, they just fill the room and work just as well.

electric triode (Australia)
www.amplifiers.com.au
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DIY-Silver-Wire-RCA-Interconnect-Cables.JPGDIY Interconnect Cables with Silver Wire6476 viewsSimple DIY RCA interconnect cable project made using pure silver wire.

Related: DIY Silver RCA Interconnect Cables
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mURI_temp_e4a2b45b.jpgDIY Speaker Cable - Twisted Pair Design6474 viewsThis is DIY Speaker Cable that I made for a friend.
This is the regular twisted pair design with the double shielding. I've used the regular heat shrink tube for the primary shield and nylon braided sleeve for the secondary shield.

The ends are terminated via plastic banana pins.

Here are my DIY Braided Speaker Cables.
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