nottaway
If you got details available, nows the time.....

http://www.aespeakers.com/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2808

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Mark_Seaton
nottaway wrote:
If you got details available, nows the time.....

http://www.aespeakers.com/phpbb2/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=2808



I'll be posting more info in the group buy thread on AE's forum, and eventually we'll probably have a child forum here similar to the Motor City forum for the first phase of this.

For those wondering, other than having significant dynamic capability, these will be radically different in concept than my Catalyst speakers, and the 2 way w/horn design cannot achieve many goals and qualities of the Catalyst speakers that I consider to be quite important to the sound you hear in your room.  That said, there is a lot of interest in such designs, and very satisfying results can be had by those not afraid of a screwdriver and some wiring.
Mark Seaton
Seaton Sound, Inc.
sales@seatonsound.net
773-290-8436
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misterkit

The link isnt working

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Mark_Seaton
misterkit wrote:

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Fixed.
Mark Seaton
Seaton Sound, Inc.
sales@seatonsound.net
773-290-8436
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FOH
Very nice, I hope there will be great interest in such an offering (there should be, nice cabinet, magnetic grills, etc.). I was wondering when this would be made for public consumption. I'll bet there will be great interest at RMAF.


All the best
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mrk7
Hi Mark, just a few thoughts.
Any chance of buying just the crossover components or getting plans? I'm worried about shipping to Australia for the whole kit and could happily build the cabinets myself. By the way, your use of CNC machine and folding technique is excellent. Perhaps if you provided the CNC plans, Australians might be able to get them knocked up locally to a similar standard for less?
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Mark_Seaton
mrk7 wrote:
Hi Mark, just a few thoughts.
Any chance of buying just the crossover components or getting plans? I'm worried about shipping to Australia for the whole kit and could happily build the cabinets myself. By the way, your use of CNC machine and folding technique is excellent. Perhaps if you provided the CNC plans, Australians might be able to get them knocked up locally to a similar standard for less?


Hi mrk7,

Once we get around to the kits being available I'll consider some other options, but the primary focus will be working with WW Speaker Cabinets.  If someone wants to also make some cabinets for the kits, especially overseas, it's always a possibility, but we'll also have to check into shipping a few pallets of cabinets over, as the low weight might be worth the certainty I can provide with these cabinets.

Thanks for the interest,
Mark Seaton
Seaton Sound, Inc.
sales@seatonsound.net
773-290-8436
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mrk7
Thanks for the reply Mark. I'll be interested to see what you come up with.

Re-reading this post has made me curious about your Catalyst speakers. If possible, could you please provide more information regarding why your Catalyst speakers would have an advantage over the proposed TD15M and DE250 2 way as mains (running 2 /2.1/5.1 channel for music and movies in a minimally treated living room)?
Cheers

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gooddoc
Mark,

Considering the lack of activity, I fear you have dropped your plans for an AE speaker cabinet and design.

That would be unfortunate, but understandable given the prolonged delays of the group buy.  I was looking forward to building a DIY project with a top notch cabinet build and Seaton voiced sound, so hopefully the project still has a pulse... 
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adamdivine
Mark, has there been any movement on this?
"did you bump uglies with my sister?"
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