Do It Yourself - everything from building your own amp to drive your Logans to room treatments.
I just finish mine Logos :D where I put a new membrame .It is not difficult ,takes some time but you don't need special tools only the right mylar and tape . Let me know of you are interested and I shall tell what parts you need and where to buy it and how to do it .
I used metalised mylar so you...
I use my ML vantages on hard wood floors and I didn't want to ruin the floor with my Mapleshade Threaded Heaveyfeet brass spikes. I made some marble coasters for the speaker feet. Below is a picture. If you want to see the step by step instructions you can visit the Step by Step Instruction...
This continues the project from Part 1 in which I was applying the conductive fluid to the mylar film..Photo 1 shows a few sections coated, you can see the more opaque coating.
The original coating was applied only up to about 3 or 4mm from the spars, so then I 'rubbed off' some of the coating,...
While I'm not the typical do-it-yourself type person, I found myself in a unique situation. Due to a group of ham-fisted movers, a stingy moving insurance company, and Martin Logan's FANTASTIC customer service, I found myself in possession of a spare 12 inch driver from a Dynamo 1000. While my...
The process I went through is documented here:
And some more here:
The final product:
Fireplace acoustic absorber for enhancement of the center stage
Building a center stage acoustic absorber which will be placed above the fireplace and below mantel.
The concept is to allow sound waves in, have them bounce around a while in the cavity and dissipate energy. I...
Hi does anyone have schematics for this:
here are some pics of the board:
(BASH 600131 Rev. A), found a bad power mosfet (it's shorted out)
parts location on the board is: Q401 and Q402
Please let me begin by simply stating The Martin Logan Customer Service Department is outstanding. You just call them and they help / assist immediately, which is really great support for our wonderful Martin Logan audio gear. :)
I must say the removal and installation of the Descent 10"...
I have a pair of Ascent's which I enjoy a lot. The problem is, the cloth/plastic mesh panels that cover the woofers are getting long in the tooth (especially after a couple of house moves etc.). Can anyone help me with a way to:
1. Source a couple of replacements
2. A service that would recover...
I would like to play with experiments on my old Sequel II system, so I am looking for low priced (free donation is even better) damaged or not working Sequel II panels.
I don't care if mylar is broken or whatsoever problem the panels has.
I don't care to have a pair, I will...
Been itching to get all my wire from the same manufacturer, which is DH Labs. Have their IC's and speaker wire.
The cost per cord, if purchased new and assembled, is $235.
Just ordered material from DH Labs for two PC's / each 5.5 feet long with Wattgate terminations. Total...
Hi i wanted an audio rack - custom made - heavy - nice - and massif - well the same guy that rebuilt my Acoustat's also makes audio racks the way YOU want it no it's not cheap like all the good things in life here are a few picture of this 300 pounds rack.
I just recently completed a Mod of my Pioneer Elite CLD-97 Laserdisc player to allow for AC3 output. For those of you not familiar with this, AC3 is essentially Dolby Digital 5.1. The last generation of Laserdiscs produced had an AC3 track that when output to a demodulator allowed for standard...
Rather than hijack Steve's thread I'll post more on the table build here.
I just replicated a Roksan Radius 5 in 1" bubinga.
Here is an original Roksan and the replicated pieces.
I'm continuing my DIY hobby and the latest project was upgrading my phono preamp. It's a great little phono preamp that can be taken to the next level with some simple modifications.
For anybody that is looking to upgrade their Jolida JD9, I made a step by step guide to upgrading the caps,...
I don't know where else I can put this thread except in DYI. It appears due to arcing I have to replace the panels in my Summits. I have the instructions from ML and it does't seem like a daunting task. However, before I undertake the task I'm soliciting anyone's comments, tips or tricks.
I have a pair of ML Summits and experienced problems using them with a pair of monos based on IcePower modules.
ML technical support sent me pics of the mods required to what they call the Power Supply / Amplifier Compatibility Board, and it is fairly straightforward. Without the mods the early...
I made some custom RCA interconnects for my system as I could not find ideal cables for less than $1000. I really like how they came out. Check out the gallery for full step by step instructions and many pictures... I had a fun time making them!
Comments and suggestions always welcome!
My front wall consists of all windows, possibly the worst arrangement for dipoles. Panel traps are not an option (blocks the view), so I toyed with the idea of buying ASC Tube Traps and placing them behind each speaker, to block the back wave; MOON (Greg) has had great success doing this). BUT, my...
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