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202/250 Kit: Photos and a Slideshow

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Tom bought a set of new parts from me to rebuild his Epicure 20 speakers, but then decided to use them in a version of the 250+ speakers I built for myself.

These are quite beautiful, and I certainly appreciate his use of my adaptation of EPI/Epicure's styling cues for his cabinets!

This is a series of ten photographs he sent me of the completed project.
Below them is a nice video/slideshow he created from them.

Here we see a lot of MDF sliced up into box panels:

HUMAN Speakers K-202, third version

Tom's homemade circle cutting router jig:

HUMAN Speakers K-202, third version

A front and rear panel, showing the cleats that will hold it together:

HUMAN Speakers K-202, third version

Test fitting to one of the side panels, with glue at the ready:

HUMAN Speakers K-202, third version

The main glueing is complete, and ready for the tops and bottoms:

HUMAN Speakers K-202, third version

All of a sudden, they are painted and trimmed in oak. Note the artful alignment of the woofer and tweeter holes in the left cabinet:

HUMAN Speakers K-202, third version

This shows the original terminal cup from the Epicure 20s:

HUMAN Speakers K-202, third version

Installing the new woofers and tweeters:

HUMAN Speakers K-202, third version

Almost there:

HUMAN Speakers K-202, third version

And here is one in its final home:

HUMAN Speakers K-202, third version

As promised, here is the movie Tom made from the above images:

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