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15" Celestion W-Bin bass cabinet

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Author: admin
Date: 04-Sep-08

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


Celestion 15" bass W-Bin design - Use MDF or ply - if you dont have a router to cut the guide grooves for the inner panels, then use batons as the plans say to keep them in place.

To build this you gotta build the middle bit on top of one sideso to speak, then drop the other side on top - the inner chambers are held in place by the side panels in esssense... then add top/bottom/rear panels etc - line-up is important therefore and you need to dry-test fully and mirror the guides on either opposing panel

Check it out, and good luck !!..........

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Name:  kilo
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Date:  30-Dec-99

testing...1.....2......3......

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Name:  ghost
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Date:  06-Mar-05

there is no protective covering in the design of this cab. rodents can go inside and damage the speaker.. besides its looks bare with out any cover... well you know..

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Name:  Mikey
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Date:  23-Oct-05

Quote: "there is no protective covering in the design of this cab. rodents can go inside and damage the speaker.. besides its looks bare with out any cover... well you know.." ..... BEST SOLUTION: GET RID OF THE RODENTS!

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Name:  stevie
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Date:  21-Nov-05

i'd love to see a rodent when the bass is cranked. hehe

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Name:  Andy
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Date:  03-Oct-06

I built this (plus a few of my own modifications) for a PA system me and a friend are knocking together, we have used it a few times it sounds great - absolutely perect after a few tweaks! Thanks a lot!

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Name:  Mike Wetzel
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Date:  07-Jan-07

Awesome, This is such a valuable servies.

I do thank you sir for your time and attention.

I'd love to return the favor if you email back.


Thanks Again.

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Name:  savyb
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Date:  06-Feb-07

i have the 18inch versionk the place and they rocck

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Name:  savyb
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Date:  08-Feb-07

mad basses they rock the place i have the excact same but the 18inch R.C.A thunder bolts earthshakers there double loaded and i have two cabs used them for over 30 years. my dad bought them 30 odd years ago and are still working the best driver to use is fane colosus 18inch

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Name:  Viv Jocumsen
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Date:  08-Feb-07

I have been using this design now in two bins for over ten years in sound system for a rock band with 600 watt drivers and the bins perform so well in all venues we have used them in....they do thump quite well

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Name:  Deshin
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Date:  30-Apr-08

Good stuff ,tried and tested ,i fully approve of this w bin

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Name:  jim
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Date:  26-Jan-10

whats the removable rear panel for?

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Name:  admin
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Date:  26-Jan-10

so you can access/fit & remove or renew the speaker

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Name:  James
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Date:  05-Nov-11

What kind of frequencies are these ideal for?

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Name:  Phox
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Date:  10-Feb-12

Hey! Can I throw and 18 in this cab or would it spund like turd. I cant find much 18 pland but 15's. I want more (well add) more UMPH to my system. thanks

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Name:  daryl graham
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Date:  29-Jul-12

I like to make some 15' celestial w-bass cabinet need some help can you email me the way how to make a pair of speakers

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Name:  pawel
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Date:  06-May-14

What kind of tweeks have u done?

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Name:  amos elliot
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Date:  15-Mar-16

indeed the 15 dual bin looks perfect but how powerful is t for an out door function. how can i get a 2x15 design

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