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95Honda

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  1. 95Honda

    Wakeboard tower speakers

    I think for sub I’m going to do a 12” in a standard 4th order vented alignment. I am thinking of pretty stout driver, either one of the zCONs or a PSI platform 4 or 5... I figure I could have around 3ft3 to play with... I still haven’t even turned on the stereo it came with yet... The components look like decent JL drivers...
  2. 95Honda

    Wakeboard tower speakers

    Yes it is. Just need to figure out what I’m going to put it in. Both cans I designed sounded really good, but I might go back to a higher end 8”. I’ll look and see what is available in March. I also need to look at the boats electrical, there are dual alts and 4 batteries, but the alts are roughly 90 amp i think. JS makes high output marine alts, I might look into those. You are normally at 4K RPM or higher for charging so not really sure about a lot of the car audio alts. I have some homework to do.
  3. 95Honda

    Wakeboard tower speakers

    350 Mags. 01’ with 240 hrs on it. Not a scratch on the hull, trailer queen...
  4. 95Honda

    Wakeboard tower speakers

    I bought a 28’ Donzi a few months ago. I’m going to put a tower on it for a decent set of cans I’ll design. I think a 15” or 18” sub in the mid cabin too...
  5. 95Honda

    Wakeboard tower speakers

    I designed a bigger set using B&C 10 neo coaxs. It was a lot of work to get the crossover right with a low parts count but man, they actually sound really good. The went onto an MB B-52
  6. That's my problem, zero time bro!
  7. It's been a fun project for sure. You would have really liked the design phase. I spent literally a 100 hours voicing these and measuring a little over a year ago.. A pair was on a test baffle for about a month. Listening, measuring and tweaking...
  8. 2Khz, asymmetric electrical slopes, steeper on the midwoofer.
  9. That is awesome! I had a 78 XLT Ranger addition Bronco about 15 years ago, it was the one that had 8 RE 8s in it if you remember back on SIN days...
  10. We built a fuel injected 429 for it. Pics were before we had the exhaust done...
  11. I'm building a set of passive crossovers to do justice for the SSA Evil midwoofers and silk dome tweeters. This is a no compromise design that uses 48 (!) parts per set. They will be potted in epoxy resin inside ABS enclosures and hard wired with direct connection to the drivers. I have been working with these drivers for a while now and really like them. Install will be in a 1978 F-150 a good friend and I built. The rest of the system will be a SSA 150.4 and a 10" custom built PSI sub.
  12. 95Honda

    Question

    Yes.^^ Need to do your homework. Also ask yourself why... If it is to save money, it wont happen.
  13. 95Honda

    Decent HT subwoofers...

    Similar to what I used to get with Ascendent and RE and Adire
  14. 95Honda

    Decent HT subwoofers...

    Not sure why... I have having him build subs for me for almost 20 years... I think about 20 in the last year or so at least... What I like about David's subs is he is always customizing to the T/S I want without issue... I haven't had any issues.
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