On 7/25/2002 5:35:00 PM trespasser_guy wrote:
Does anyone know where I can find Klipschorn plans? I see the LaScala plans all the time.... but I like the corner horn idea. Also, if I were to find these plans, what drivers would be feasable to use? I realize it wouldn't be cheap, necessarily, but I think I just got screwed on eBay, so I just figured this way I know what I am getting. Thanks all.
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IN response to building Horns
DONT..don't put yourself through the ordeal.
As i may have mentioned in an earlier post
i beleive is a prescription for the funny farm
to quote my earlier post..somewhere here.
I have a neighbor that was completely convinced that he could build a set of Belle
Klipsch (a dressed up lascalla)
Well, a good month or so past when Belle #1,
was finnally completed,..
The speaker was taken into the living room and
wired up to his mcintosh amp pre-amp set.
After listening to several things,..we determined that it sounded awfullREALLY awfull
Nothing like the set we had heard in the showroom ,..thats for sure.
After supreme dissapointment, the speaker was
stored in the back of the garage for months
untill a teen down the street bought the speaker ..because ..YES it could play LOUD.
It had that going for it.
THE Construction on the second Belle,. was
The wood for that cabinet, im told, went into making a cabinet for the kitchen dishwasher.
Folded horns can be torture,. if one mistake
MInd you,,..the heritage speakers have drivers that we selected for THAT model.
meaning,..usually( you can't buy these off the
shelf)...ignoring Ebay..for a min.)UGH!!
SO half the ingredients are missing from the start.
EG: a JBL 2225 is not a k 33 ...and so on
I had a buddy who built MCM bass cabinets,. with some sucess,..
But thats a much bigger folded horn.
But even then,...they were not like the ones
From that little town called Hope.
Still didn't have that "sound"
hope this helps