10 September 2007

Hi-Vi 3-Way Tower Speaker Project

Adam has constructed a 3-Way DIY Tower Loudspeaker using all Hi-Vi drivers. The speaker enclosure is divided into two parts. A bass reflex portion which contains a single Hi-Vi F8 Woofer and a separate sealed portion that contains a the pair of Hi-Vi F5 mid-woofers and a Hi-Vi SD1.1-A tweeter. The sound is divided using a 3-way 2nd order crossover network shown below.

Hi-Vi 3 Way Crossover (XO)
The speaker enclosure is constructed from MDF and the finish is a black oil based epoxy paint with red oak trim. A picture of the finished speakers in Adams Home Theater room is shown below.

Hi-Vi DIT 3Way Tower Speaker Project
I really like the look of the black black cabinet and red oak trim against the yellow Kevlar cones of the Hi-Vi drivers. Adam excellent bass response and clear and clean sound from these fantastic looking speakers.

For additional information and pictures of this DIY Speaker project, see the DIY Hi-Vi 3-Way Tower Project page.

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2 comments:

  1. I can confirm these speakers are sounding very nice as I build them!

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  2. I have a set of mission floor standing speakers M35i and the centre M3c2i and rears M30i, could you advise me on the breast floor standing speakers for a budget under £500 on really stuck on this very so many out there on the market after a full sound as these Mission speakers seem very high end.

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