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Stretchy Speaker Cloth (Aka Linn stuff)

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Building DIY' started by ReTrO, Apr 21, 2003.

  1. ReTrO

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    Does anyone know where I could get the cloth that LInn used to use for their speaker cloth socks?

    I'm going to need some for making a cover for the front of the Temepst sub that myself and Taz are making.

    Front baffle will be 450x450mm.

    Cheers
     
  2. SimonD

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    I don't know what cloth Linn uses but Maplin do speaker grill cloth in several different thicknesses, it is stretchy (or at least the stuff I got is!)

    ~50p / m
     
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    Retro,

    Just order a spare grille cover for one of their speakers making sure it will fit!! Thats what i did when i built my 2 subs.

    Probably an old Keltik grille would be best.

    Cheers

    Elliot
     
  4. ReTrO

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    Probably cheaper to make it, knowing Linn's (or most companies)spares prices.

    I can get the cloth from the car audio shop anyhoo.

    Cheers though

    Any news on me PM's I sent you?
     

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