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A sinergy horn for domestic use

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Posted on January 13, 2009 at 19:35:02
angeloitacare
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maiby one day Tom Danley will make a sinergy horn with a nice cabinet for domestic use.

here a design idea .

Angelo

 

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What Are Those Speakers, posted on January 14, 2009 at 05:52:01
thetubeguy1954
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What are the speakers in this photo and what drivers do they use? They certainly look interesting...

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RE: A sinergy horn for domestic use, posted on January 14, 2009 at 05:57:14
mike hedden


 
Go to our portfolio tab on our website, www.danleysoundlabs.com and look under the "other" tab and you'll see some furniture grade cabinets we've built.

Mike Hedden
Danley Sound Labs, Inc.

 

RE: A sinergy horn for domestic use, posted on January 14, 2009 at 06:40:48
tomservo
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Wow, i have seen you post some cool horn pictures before, a couple folks have suggest they were computer generated.
I have to say if you made this in your computer, your a wiz, man very cool!
Those look sort of like SH-95's.
in any case, Very cool!
Best,
Tom Danley

 

RE: What Are Those Speakers, posted on January 14, 2009 at 06:42:38
angeloitacare
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hi

its a idea of a synergy horn with design features to be good looking and eye catching,frendly for home use. This is of essential importance to be successful in the high-end market. Just take a SH96 cabinet, and change the veneer, i think more could be done. Competitors do elaborate connectors, feet, name gravure plaquettes etc. , all well thought up the smallest details , to catch the attention of the consumer. It must be like jewelry, waking the desire to own the object, only looking at it. Just see all the Audio jewelry exposed this last week end at CES 2009. How many speakers at the show really sound good ? Not many. But many wake the desire of consuming, because the look nice. That is maiby almost of the same importance as performance per sé. My designed speaker has dimensions to be a floorstander, but not too big to invade the living room. A grill in front would improve elegance and discretion. Dimensions would be 25" large, 57" height, and 24" deep. The speaker is slightly inclined, so the point source height level would be at ear level, if the listener sits about 14ft away. I have not given importance at instance and thoughts about components, and technical aspects.

Angelo

 

RE: A sinergy horn for domestic use, posted on January 14, 2009 at 08:48:12
angeloitacare
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hi Tom

thanks for your comments. BTW. the wiz is Gunther Santos, a brazilian designer, which handles 3D Max. What is interesting that he makes these renderings in about two hours. Here a version with acrylic resine side pannels.

Angelo

 

Whoa...., posted on January 14, 2009 at 08:53:35
Oface
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Those floors from this angle are amazing.....

Oh yeah , the speakers are cool to.....



-chris

 

Whoa!, posted on January 14, 2009 at 09:56:01
JoshK
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Dare I ask how much something like that costs?

 

I 2nd That Request, posted on January 14, 2009 at 14:37:42
thetubeguy1954
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Just what would that pair cost?

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RE: A sinergy horn for domestic use, posted on January 14, 2009 at 14:40:47
thetubeguy1954
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Angelo,

Do you know what the version with acrylic resine side panels cost per pair? They're beautiful but, how do they sound with the acrylic being used instead of wood?

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RE: A sinergy horn for domestic use, posted on January 14, 2009 at 21:11:03
angeloitacare
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hi

it depends how thick the acryl resine would be. Ferguson Hill's horn uses 8mm thickness for a quit large horn. It's just a design idea anyway, without intention to built something like that one day...

annexed a design with a scaled down dts20 tapped horn and active driven 8" woofer.

Angelo

 

a rendering of the latest design, posted on January 15, 2009 at 14:14:03
angeloitacare
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The source of the main horn is at ear level. Horizontally, it would have 45 degree aperture, and vertically 80 degree. 24" deep.

 

RE: a rendering of the latest design, posted on January 16, 2009 at 12:01:01
chmedly@yahoo.com
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2 things,
What is the gold colored round object on the top of each "speaker"?

And what does this guy charge? I have some brochure type stuff I would love to do.

Warren

 

RE: a rendering of the latest design, posted on January 16, 2009 at 13:52:25
angeloitacare
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hi Warren

Gunther wanted to show a supertweeter on top of the speaker, and designed a Fostex T500a MKII. You can write him at Gunthercad@hotmail.com

Angelo

 

RE: What Are Those Speakers, posted on June 8, 2009 at 19:23:04
Patrick Bateman
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That's incredible work! I saw the pic a few months back, and I thought it was an actual photo. Had no idea it was a render.

I honestly considered copying the "computer area" that's show in the back of the photo, as I work in the same room as where my speakers are set up all day long, and it would be nice to have something that looked this slick.

 

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