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Old 16th December 2005, 12:26   #1
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Default CCTB revisited!

For those of you who are familair with VIvek's CCTB this link might prove interesting.

you have to scroll 2/3rd way down the link to see what i mean.

http://boozhoundlabs.com/fx120-alpha10/
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Old 16th December 2005, 12:35   #2
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haha..CCTB revisited ??? good one navin..looks like viveks trend seems to have caught in at bangalore...recently saw a shop where the sony 6937's were kept in thermocal enclosures as a demo to those wanting to buy systems from him..sounded good though, i must add it was tucked away some 20 feet above the ground on top of a shelf..btw vivek do u happen to know i-zone in any case..

talking of which where the hell is this guy..why isnt he patenting his find ...

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check this out too....

http://momastore.org/webapp/wcs/stor...roductId=29728

They are actually selling the CCTB!
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MOMA will sell anything plastic and tacky at exhorbitant prices. I have rarely found anything in MOMA worth carrying back to India.
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What does CCTB stand for?
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Old 17th December 2005, 19:04   #6
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What does CCTB stand for?
Coupled Chamber Tuned Box :-) LOL

Nah! Corrugated Cardboard Test Box?
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Coupled Chamber Tuned Box :-) LOL

Nah! Corrugated Cardboard Test Box?

OHHH!!!!!

I thought it was cryogenic component test bed.... !!! coz i think mclaren mentioned something about thermal enclosures!! (and just the other day i was wondering how different speakers sound at different temperatures....!?

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Speakers may work better at cooler tempretures as the voice coil runs cooler. like anything if it gets too cold the rubber surrond will get stiff and freeze.

i would suggest a operating temp of 0 deg C - 40 deg C. In any case it is a lot better than most humans can comforably withstand for long.
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So my 6x9s in the cardboard boxes was nothing to laugh about. It is being done by several people and seems to be a good technique to test speakers.
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So my 6x9s in the cardboard boxes was nothing to laugh about. It is being done by several people and seems to be a good technique to test speakers.

Ahahahahahahaha You WISH it was nothing to laugh about. It has been one of the most hilarious things in this forum so far.
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Ahahahahahahaha You WISH it was nothing to laugh about. It has been one of the most hilarious things in this forum so far.
I second that...and someone will 3rd that , 4th that....till infiniti

CCTB sounds magical!
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So my 6x9s in the cardboard boxes was nothing to laugh about. It is being done by several people and seems to be a good technique to test speakers.
whatever you do from this day onwards your CCTB will be your contriution to the legacy of car audio in India (atleast).
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