Best Sounding Diy Speaker Kits. I've heard lots of great speakers, as have most of us here. It sounds like a fairly high quality setup you already have.
I'm thinking ~$2,000 for drivers and xo (passive or dsp) and the remaining for carpentry, etc (i have a retired carpenter on hand). I'm looking for desktop/nearfield speakers, smallish room (say 13×11 or so), amp whatever i can buy or build to fit the speaker. Or, if you wish, we will assemble them for you and ship them complete and ready to play.
Best Sounding Diy Speaker Kits.
This tesla on the basis of the general increase in the music player, you can play phone / computer music, clear sound. We sell raw speaker drivers (tweeters, woofers, subwoofer, midrange drivers, full range drivers), speaker kits, amplifiers, capacitors, resistors, and inductors. Free support for loudspeaker projects, sourcing oem speaker building supplies, and passive crossover design.
I've Heard Lots Of Great Speakers, As Have Most Of Us Here.
I'm looking for desktop/nearfield speakers, smallish room (say 13×11 or so), amp whatever i can buy or build to fit the speaker. Everyone who's heard them loves them. Kma’s kits run between $100 and $300 bucks, and designed.
Can Anyone Recommend The Best 3 Or 4 Way Diy Or Kits For Under $2,500?
It sounds like a fairly high quality setup you already have. Kma (kirby makes audio), run by audio engineer and woodworker jared kirby, is a california speaker company that sells diy build kits for passive speakers and powered bluetooth speakers. Imaging and soundstage are incredible because the sound comes from a single point in space.
Or, If You Wish, We Will Assemble Them For You And Ship Them Complete And Ready To Play.
Total cost of the mains, using very good but not esoteric crossover components, was around $400 including mdf, birch plywood, and oak trim. I'm thinking ~$2,000 for drivers and xo (passive or dsp) and the remaining for carpentry, etc (i have a retired carpenter on hand). Or changes in the crossover slopes in order to help compensate for off.
You Could Look At The Philharmonic Bmr Kit From Meniscus, And A Flat Pack Cabinet From Speaker Hardware.
There were certainly a number of other very good sounding speakers but these stood out to me and are all under 1 grand a pair. Recommendations for diy speaker kits have been asked for in several threads at this point, so hopefully this can be a thread where people can be pointed. There's no way you could get even close to the same sound for $400 from commercial speakers.