Dynalab Twin 8 Towers
$100 – $500
Floor tower speakers that are relatively low cost to build.
(4) DynaLab V22-DR-0003 8″ Paper Cone Woofers 4 Ohm Part # 299-4004. (2) GRS 1TD1-8 1″ Dome Tweeters 8 Ohm Part # 292-462.
2 way bass reflex twin 8 inch bass drivers with tweeter.
11/16 plywood to be light enough to mount on the garage wall.
Off the shelf Linkwitz-Riley type 2 way 3K Hz crossovers.
Tips & Tricks:
I used colorplace exterior latex rollered on and sprayed the front baffle with Rustoleum “stone creations” paint. I used poly-fill in the cabinets as well. I used weather stripping on the back side of the Dynalab woofers seeing they had no gasket material.
Sweet sounding units for around $200 total.
About the Designer:
I am a retired aircraft composite tool builder.
Project Parts List:
|DynaLab V22-DR-0003 8″ Paper Cone Woofer 4 Ohm||
|GRS 1TD1-8 1″ Dome Tweeter 8 Ohm||
Looks amazing, Could you give more informaiton on where you got the crossovers? 😀
Jeff I got the crossovers a couple years back from Amazon and just held onto them. They are audiopipe brand crossovers. At the time they were going for around $30 for the pair. However in the past couple years I started designing and building my own crossovers with parts from Parts Express and I can build a pair with their parts about as inexpensively as the pair I bought a couple years ago. The caveat to all of this is with not having frd and zma data for drivers it’s just a theoretical build i.e. in theory and all things being equal you have a nice set of speakers once finished. But if you’re looking to build a really nice set approaching what I call audiophile quality one would need to buy drivers that had frd and zma data supplied in order to design a set of crossovers tuned for those drivers. Bottom line inexpensive builds like these speakers do a fine job of music reproduction. I hope this helps. Thanks……..
It does, I appreciate you getting back with me it will definitely give me more to look into. Much appreciated!