Jack 10 LT Fin!

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Re: Jack 10 LT Fin!

#31 Post by himhimself » Sat Apr 24, 2021 12:08 pm

How 'bout VH's Panama... "reach down, between my legs, and squeeze the seed bag..." :lol: :lol: :lol:
2xT30 (20", 3012LF)
2xT30 (21", 3012LF)
4xOtop J-array (Beta12, melded/straight piezos)
Truck Tuba (MCM)
Next up: 2xJack12 or family of table tubas

Mr Freeze
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Re: Jack 10 LT Fin!

#32 Post by Mr Freeze » Tue Apr 27, 2021 11:39 am

Update: Rehearsed (for the first time since October) with my acoustic group.

Jack10 LT performed flawlessly. I usually rehearse with that group using a powered 10inch PA speaker (cause that's what's there)

My Jack 10 sounds much better than the powered 10. We rehearse un mic'd so I was playing quite conservatively. Still fit nicely in the mix.

All set now with my grab n go rig. Thanks for all your interest, feedback and comments. Nice community here.

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Tom Smit
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Re: Jack 10 LT Fin!

#33 Post by Tom Smit » Tue Apr 27, 2021 10:18 pm

:clap: Glad you liked it!
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Re: Jack 10 LT Fin!

#34 Post by Mr Freeze » Sat May 01, 2021 12:16 pm

Will cabinet orientation affect sound dispersion or tone ?

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Bill Fitzmaurice
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Re: Jack 10 LT Fin!

#35 Post by Bill Fitzmaurice » Sat May 01, 2021 12:41 pm

The tweeters must be vertical.

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Re: Jack 10 LT Fin!

#36 Post by Mr Freeze » Sat May 01, 2021 6:52 pm

No tweeters for this build.

Joeytiii
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Re: Jack 10 LT Fin!

#37 Post by Joeytiii » Tue May 18, 2021 9:51 pm

Glad I clicked on this link. I am down to finishing touches on my J12 L and concerned about routing the corners to fit the small chevron. I feel I have to radius the corner so much that I will compromise the integrity of the box. Mind you I havnt matched up the box to the chevron yet, but looking at the chevron, it just looks so large. Anyway, after seeing your pic, I really don't think I need to worry about taking so much meat out of the corners.

I can't wait to finish up the build so I can take it out for a test drive with my Traynor YBA.

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Chris_Allen
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Re: Jack 10 LT Fin!

#38 Post by Chris_Allen » Wed May 19, 2021 4:59 am

Joeytiii wrote:
Tue May 18, 2021 9:51 pm
I can't wait to finish up the build so I can take it out for a test drive with my Traynor YBA.
You should take some pictures and create yourself a build thread. We just can't get enough of build threads! It makes us all feel that we are building cabs again :)
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6xDR200, 2xT39, 2xT48, 2xJack110, 1xOmni10.5, 1xAutotuba, 1xT18, 1xSLA Pro, 1xW8, 1xW10

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Re: Jack 10 LT Fin!

#39 Post by himhimself » Wed May 19, 2021 9:24 am

Joeytiii wrote:
Tue May 18, 2021 9:51 pm
concerned about routing the corners to fit the small chevron. I feel I have to radius the corner so much that I will compromise the integrity of the box.
When I built my otop jarrays (same 1/4" ply construction), I glued strips on the inside of the edges to ensure plenty of structural strength post-roundover. Quarter-round would work equally well. Probably would have been okay without, but I felt better with the extra meat there. I didn't use corners due to the cab angles, so may have used a little smaller roundover radius too - can't recall right now...
2xT30 (20", 3012LF)
2xT30 (21", 3012LF)
4xOtop J-array (Beta12, melded/straight piezos)
Truck Tuba (MCM)
Next up: 2xJack12 or family of table tubas

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