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Hey guys,

I've been interested in audio equipment for the last 15 years and with this new found time at home, I'd like to take foray into building a large set of horn loaded speakers.

I've always been partial to the heritage behemoths of Klipsch but could never get the cash together to justify the large purchase.

I love live music and would love to bring that dynamic sound into my home.

Getting the DIY bug and making sure I'm not biting off more than I can chew, I bought a Parts Express kit for the blast box and it's been going pretty well.

I am handy, but I don't have extensive wood working tools. I am curious if a table saw and router will be needed, or if I can get by with a circular saw and a jig saw and drill.

I'm also debating between the 4 Pi and the 8 Pi. I still have a lot more to read in the FAQ section. Any guidance is appreciated.

If it's not a problem, could you send me the plans for 4 Pi and 8 Pi.

Thank you.

dawiipgh
 
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