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Build log is on PE TT, but thought I'd share the results here since it seems many aren't active over there.
Aiming for Heresy type sound but tower versions. My first go at a 3-way. I call them Faux Pas.
Tweeter is a P-audio pht-409. B-52 buyout ebay special ($36-44/pair shipped depending on scratch and dent or blemish free) Initially I tried some titamium diaphragms but settled on the factory phenolic polyimide ones. (EDIT) looks like prices have gone up to $50 shipped for "blemished" ones and $60 shipped for unblemished.
Midrange CD is from an MCM 53-1240 (discontinued, though I suspect is the same as the 53-1245 with a different horn). Titanium 1.75" Diaphragm. The horn from the 53-1240 looked the part, but had some issues and I found the Dayton H812/Celestion H1-9040P seemed to pair well for a $40 horn/CD combo.
Woofer is MCM 55-3212. 4ohm 12" PA style. $19 currently on Newark. Tried a few others before settling on this one.
Both enclosures were built from a single piece of Sande hardwood plywood. Bases are made from 1x2 pine.
After much toil I settled on 3" precision port on the front. Stuffed the bottom and top of the enclosure quite a bit to try and tackle the transmission line effect of the tower. I decided to try applying wood veneer for the first time also. Finished with a tannin reactive stain and clear oil based poly spray. Ended up with a distressed oak look.