Reconing and YOU w/ Mr. Jizm Man & EhRon v. nG's custom woofage...

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    Yes that's right kids!

    I got my recone in today for the nG Edition 15" Subwoofer.

    So, I got a motor... and a basket... attatched it to the basket...
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    Recone side view:
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    3" and 4" coil comparo:
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    Cleaning the gap:
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    Gap cap?
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    Shims inside the former...
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    More coming...

    nG
     
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    Test fitting the coil with shims in place...
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    Glueing spider landing:
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    Glueing surround landing:
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    Dropping in the recone:
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    Perfectly lined up:
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    Applying activator to spider landing:
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    CA to surround landing:
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    Top View in place:
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    Still more coming...
     
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    Applying dustcap:
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    Tinsels in place, XXX6.5 applying pressure to dustcap:
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    Soldering tinsels:
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    w00t.

    Done, tested on HT receiver free air... works fantastic... no hints of rubbing or mechanical noise.

    To be tested in my truck tomorrow off of an IA 20.1 ;)
     
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    did you remember to heatsink the tinsel leads while soldering, or was that your soldering tip in the pic???
     
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    i bet you can't wait to abuse it. :o
     
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    WTF, why are half the pics not working??

    But yes I did ;)...
     
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    I shall give it 2000+rms tomorrow, in 4.5 cubes NET @32hz with around 90 sq. in. of port...

    I think it's going to sound GREAT! And get quite loud ;)...
     
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    Nobody?

    Well that's no fun.... :(
     
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    Hehe ;)...

    I guess everyone builds their own subwoofer on a daily basis :squint: :wtc: :wavey:

    Oh well, it sounds AMAZING... :wiggle: :hsd: :bigthumb:
     
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    i hope you gave it a good pounding straight out of the shoot.
     
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    Indeed I did. Demo'd all types of music on it today!

    Hell of a sub, makes me even happier to know I built it.

    ;)
     

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