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Author: admin
Date: 04-Sep-08

[dancetech database recompiled in 1999 - some articles listed April '99 are older]


Here's a simple mid-range unit, ideal for a modular club and party system, which you should be able to knock up in a day with some care... You can use this with an active or passive cross-over system.

These again are short-throw cabs, great for small spaces, and not to hard to build. There is a certain amount of 'Mitreing' (cutting angled joints) that has to be performed, if you feel a bit weirded out by this, your happy woodshop bloke can cut it for you.

To make it easier, best bet is to use the bottom panel to measure and mark out the Section 'XX' of the plan.

The speaker brand is up to you, use a 500Hz cross-over.

LOUDSPEAKERS 2 X 12"
CROSSOVER BASS - MID @ 500 HZ
PERFORMANCE Useable frequency response from 400 Hz to 5 KHz at a sensitivity relative to the loudspeakers selected.
CONSTRUCTION Fairly simple.
Make sure the mitred joints are correctly cut.
MATERIALS 8/10ths of an 18mm / 3/4" 8' X 4' board (2438 X 1219)


CLICK TO VIEW & DOWNLOAD THE PLANS


[plans will print out to an A4 page]

CLICK TO GO TO CONSTRUCTION TIPS PAGE


(very important to read this !!)

Good luck & happy building!














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Name:  jason
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Date:  30-Dec-99

thanks alot for the desing

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Name:  k
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Date:  30-Dec-99

test add comments for '2 X 12" ANGLED MID-RANGE CABINET' page

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Name:  Simon
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Date:  30-Dec-99

I like the look of this cab as I'm planning to build my own 3-way sattelite system. As I want to have my bass to mid crossover point at around the 250hz mark, would this angled mid cab be ok at 250hz and above? If not, can anyone give me some advice on a similar midrange cab suitable for 250hz and above? For the midrange cab, I am considering using 2xcelestion K12T 200w or similar drivers in each cab, wise choice?

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Name:  kilo
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Date:  30-Dec-99

test..... great easy to make mid-cab...

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Name:  Matt Westerman
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Date:  30-Mar-05

tried to bulid this cabinet but the dimensions don't work because the height only meassures2.5" in height, which ain't big enough to get a2" driver into. it would need to be more like7" in height surely, wots the deal?is it a0" driver cabinet and been labelled incorrectly or wot?



i need help gentlemen, please write bac asap as i can only work in the workshop this week.

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Name:  Mark Weston
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Date:  05-Apr-06

Wot factor do i need to scale this design up by to accomodate 2 rcf 12" 500 watt drivers that measure 12 inches in diameter?

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Name:  admin
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Date:  28-Jul-06

matt, the size of the speaker holes is SMALLER than the actual speakers you fit, so it should be big enuff

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Name:  myva
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Date:  02-May-12

would it be best to use 15 or 18mm wood to build a few of these?

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Name:  Sam
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Date:  11-Jun-13

Nice design, Building cabs is one of my hobbies might give this a go and see if I can mod it up!

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Name:  dimas
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Date:  03-Nov-15

you are the picturs ok

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Name:  Oscar
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Date:  05-Sep-16

what are the angles for the mitre cuts?

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