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If you're interested in the Salad Bowl Prototype Group sign up here! The Salad Bowl speaker group will build/think about a previously designed speaker array (Dan Truman's and the researchers at CNMAT) incorporating a cheap/low-cost design using Salad Bowls fromm IKEA!
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Everyone one know more than me, so post any/ideas about what we want to accomplish!!!
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==The Round Table==
==The Round Table==

Revision as of 23:19, 13 February 2008

SSSSSAAAAALLLLLAAAAADDDDDDD? Is it good for anything? Maybe we can use the bowls???? Hahahaha

Contents

The Round Table

Nick, Steinunn, Hayden, Turner, Baek


What is the Salad Bowl?

Salad Bowl

Supplies/Order List

8 40W Shielded Woofer, 8 Ohm $7.5 each*8 = $60

4 2-Channel Speaker Terminals $1 each*4 = $4

2 Reda IKEA Mixing Bowls $5 each *2 = $10

Misc. Bolts/Washers/Attaching Speaker Thingys $5

Heat Shrink => Max Lab

Speaker Wire => Max Lab

Weather Stripping => maybe Max Lab

Amplifier Kit from 41hz.com

Amplifier

What I'm thinking? Dual Amp9 Kits from http://41hz.com/. We might be able to get away with $200 or less?

Some one did it here

Sonic Impact Commercially Available 2-Channel T-Amp $80/2Channels = total of $320 ish

Another Commercial T-amp from Trends

DIY Kits @ 41hz.com

A DIY Page building one of the 41hz.com kits

Hacking a Sonic Impact T-amp?


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