A6 Speaker Plans – Digital

A6 Speaker Plans – Digital

Form follows function in this attractive, modern speaker cabinet.  Yes, it looks cool, but more importantly, all the non-parallel internal surfaces resist resonances for a beautiful and dynamic sound.

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Description

Description

Looking for something unique in sound?  Build a Great Speaker with Good Looks and Awesome Audio Performance!  These speaker plans are engineered for great sound, with a unique look to match — ideal for hi-fi stereo and home theater systems.  Excellent as a conversation piece instead of the typical box style cabinet.

Why pay high prices for name brand speakers?  . . .  Use these plans to build better speakers yourself!

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Specifications

Specifications

A6 Speaker Plans – Digital

  • 2-Way speakers. Perfect for use with Sub-Woofer system.
  • Speakers are approx. 20.1″ height, 14.4″ width, 16.2″ depth.
  • Main driver is 8″.
  • Max continuous power is 80 watts/channel.
  • Speaker plans include complete drawings and instructions.
  • Drawing templates for accurate cabinet layout.
  • Templates require large format printing (D size, available at most printing shops like Kinkos).

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More About The Design Features

More About The Design Features

Speaker Plans Details

Engineered for performance, this unique design yields a very fine speaker with a great look.  If you’re an audiophile or home audio / home theater enthusiast, don’t miss it.  The performance is great, and you can avoid the high cost of high-end equipment by building them yourself.  Read more about What is in the Plans . . .

Performance:  2-way speakers are a sealed box design with a very accurate and linear response curve.  The driver pair is matched for a highly efficient, very clean, linear response from 70Hz to 20,000Hz making the system good by itself, or ideal with a sub-woofer.

Speaker Plans - Speaker Performance

The Cabinet:  This is a sealed speaker design engineered with lengths and angles to dissipate internal waves without reverberation or distortion.  The design is exceptionally stiff to exclude resonance and incorporates a multi-varying density for acoustical damping and integrity.

Construction:  Speakers can be built with typical hand & power tools with medium skill.  All cutting is straight.  Because of special construction techniques, there are no complex beveled cuts to accomplish this beautiful shape.

Designed for High-End Audio Performance

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