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  1. These are the original KSL SPz (brown sheath) speaker cables. They are 2.7m and unterminated. £2000. I'm in the East Midlands.
  2. Thanks. I really needed something that goes down to 150Hz. Anyway, it's for a future project with the old RCA 9448s.
  3. I have some silver speaker cables as well, if you want a full loom
  4. I have one but terminated with Europe power plug. I have been using it with an adaptor from Missing Link. Edit: sold
  5. Standard 1m with rca terminations. I have two pairs. £500 each. Thanks. JJ
  6. Great. What is the frequency cut off again? And what is the length?
  7. FWIW I'm starting my own FHXL horn. See how it goes.
  8. Yes, the Onkens took one month to build and one year to tweak. And then I decided to change the drivers to Vitavox. Endless fun. JJ
  9. Speakers connected. Yes. Leave on. Few minutes. Just do each valve in turn and then go back and redo. Usually a slight difference. This is assuming push pull. Sorry can't provide technical reasons. But in case you want to cracking on. JJ
  10. A hybrid or folded horn system need not take so much space. Plus usually you save space by having them close to the wall. Eg my previous Onken horn system or a Voice of the Theatre replica. Trick is to spend time tweaking, time aligning and getting crossovers right. JJ
  11. Hi Tony, you might get a quicker reply on the diy.com forum. JJ
  12. Saw a pic of the Frugal horns which were the ones with the paper cone I believe. I'm just starting on my old build. How were they sounding on the day? edit - could I know whose they were as well... looking for tips on the build. JJ
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