If you can't build your own click on the Cabinet Builders link for a list of builders who can custom craft speakers for you, at prices well below what you'd have to pay for commercial speakers of lesser quality.
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Simplexx is our easy to build line of bass reflex speakers, including home theater subwoofers, electric bass, keyboard, PA main, monitor and subwoofer cabs.
DR Pro-Sound Folded Horns utilize state-of-the-art folding geometries to achieve an unmatched combination of efficiency and bandwidth. Compared to store-bought speakers, DR horns typically are 8 to 10dB more sensitive per watt of input power. That means you need less than half the cabinets and amp power than you're using now to reach your audience. No larger or heavier than the ported-box designs they replace, DRs run two-way with better fidelity than commercial three-way systems. If you want to carry half as many cabinets and a third the electronics from gig to gig, and sound better than ever before, make the switch to DR horns.
When it comes to earth-shaking gut-wrenching low-down bass there's no substitute for a folded horn. Tuba Subs take advantage of proprietary folding topology to squeeze the most performance possible from small woofers, and that translates into huge bass from small cabinets, with high efficiency that keeps amp power requirements minimal. In fact, a Tuba loaded with a single ten and 100 watts input will out power an eighteen in a traditional cabinet driven by 800 watts! Yet the Tuba is no larger than the competition. Want more bass from less space? Go Tuba Sub!
TITAN CONCERT SUBS
Tubas are made to go as low as possible. Titans are made to go as loud as possible. Which to choose? If you're a DJ you'll probably prefer the Tubas, they'll handle the synthesized lows of today's CDs. For live-sound concert use the Titan is the sub of choice, optimized for higher output in the electric bass and kick-drum range. And if you're a bass player trying to compete with stacks, put a Titan 39 under your rig and grin when the guitar players cry for mercy!
Not everyone has the skills or tools required to build a DR horn. Omni is a series of easy to build cabinets that are still fully horn-loaded, for performance that store bought speakers just can't touch.
XF GUITAR CABS
Commercial guitar cabs all have the same shortcoming: laser beam dispersion. If you're directly in front of the cab it's too loud, while everywhere else it's not loud enough. But even Goldilocks would have loved the XF cab, because no matter where you are it always sounds just right!
Commercial floor wedge monitors are just regular speakers in an angled box. Wedgehorns are specifically designed to deliver what you want to hear through high stage levels: Vocals!
And, they do so with a wider dispersion angle than any commercial monitor.
You don't have to be a pro to enjoy the best sound around. Be it mains, center channel or subs, there's a project for you too. You can have sound from your home theatre that even the local movie house can't touch, and at a price you'd have never thought possible.
CONSTRUCTION DEGREE of DIFFICULTY
Each catalog page shows the relative ease of construction, based on a scale of 1 to 10, where 1 is a simple box that anyone can build, and 10 is for very skilled woodworkers only. But don't let a 9 rating scare you. The plans are so detailed that even woodworking neophytes can build a DR horn, it just takes longer than a Simplexx.
EQUIVALENT RETAIL VALUE
Each project page lists an equivalent retail value, which is the minimum price you should expect to pay for a commercial cabinet of similar quality. In most cases these values are quite conservative, since most of our projects have features that are not available commercially, at any price.