• Item: JBL  
  • Type: 4673 - Clone  
  • Posted: 20 January 2018  
  • Builder: ESJ  
  • Country: Finland  
  • Comments: 4  

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At first..wow, there's a lot of super skilled woodworkers here! You guys make my white boxes look so boring and ugly.

So, I got few classic JBL parts on my hands for a good price. 2225H (15"), 2445J (2" drivers) and 2380A (horns).

Simply cloned JBL 4647 - boxes, put parts together and went for miniDSP as a active crossover and DSP duties. I don't have any place to cut wood and theres quite cold outside in Finland at this time of year (-14c atm), so carpenter did all the cutting and I just glued them together and painted. Result is not so beautiful, but they do sound very good!

As amps at beginning I used Aleph 5 to 2225H and ACA to 2445J+horn. Now I have darTZeel - Clone (Class-AB) to 2225H for a little more power.

Something to do: Paint inside reflex tubes. Spikes or something on the bottom.

Edit: 26.1.2018 stickers added.

- Esa Juntunen

Comments

  • Tammmar1
  • 21 January 2018 at 02:50AM
  • Looking good! Love that clean and simple outfit. I have also JBL 2446H +2 pcs of 2035HPL with 2380 horn flare assembled to white eclosure. I have also Beyma cp21f for higher frequensies.

    Nice job, congrats for good looking and sounding speakers :)

    P.S. if you are near by, you're welcome to take a listening session in any time.

    Br, Marko
  • ESJ
  • 21 January 2018 at 03:47AM
  • Hi Marko,

    I guess we have talked earlier in facebook groups! I remember your system, it looks really impressive :) would love to hear that. I live in Oulu, so not that far away.

    Oh, and thanks!

    -Esa
  • adiro
  • 22 January 2020 at 05:08PM
  • Hello,

    I´m trying to do a 4647 + 2226 with 2360 + 2445 and 2404 but i cannot find 4647 plans ¿Have you have it?

    Thanks in advance ¡¡¡
  • hallcon83
  • 24 January 2020 at 01:30AM
  • I really like your system and don't know what you are talking about, it looks beautiful to me! What are the double square panels that are in the back ground of your 2nd picture - with the blue glow between the top and bottom panels?

    Best Regards,
    Dean

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