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    Nicely curved as super models.

    These are 2 beautiful looking models from Its curvy design is just simply awesome. I'm curious what it'd look like underneat that skin, so if anyone have pics or links to see how the internal braces structured, please share. ... this is crazy.
    Perhalps, any similar designs is fine with me too. I'm learning and collecting how (high-end) manufactures braced their speakers.
    Thanks all.

    Last edited by gjpham; 02-16-2008 at 08:21 PM.

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    Found what I was looking for.

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    They are beautiful. I can not imagine the amount of labor and expense it takes to build some of the better speaker cabinets. Another interesting speaker is the Magico Mini and the internal structure of the cabinet is shown in the ads. My new Mobile Fidelity OML 1's are braced vertically and horizontally with substantial panels for the enclosure. I am amazed at the benefit of a good cabinet along with good drivers.
    Vinyl Rega Planar 2, Incognito rewire, Deepgroove subplatter, ceramic bearing, Michell Technoweight, Rega 24V motor, TTPSU, FunkFirm Achroplat platter, Michael Lim top and bottom braces, 2 Rega feet and one RDC cones. Grado Sonata, Moon 110 LP phono.
    Sony SCD-XA5400ES SACD/cd SID mat, Marantz SA 8001
    Int. Amp Krell S-300i
    Monitor Audio RS6
    AQ SPKR and AQ XLR and IC

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    Quote Originally Posted by gjpham
    Those aren't usher cabinets. Those are DIY efforts. I do not believe that Usher uses trans-lamination. I believe that they have an internal framework and then have the outer layers pressed into position in much the same way that B&W manufactures their 800s.

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