Fostex BK-16 Cabinet Only - Each

Fostex BK-16 Cabinet Only - Each
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Price: $169.00


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Manufacturer: Fostex
Product ID : bk16-flat
Weight: 41.80 lbs
Manufacturer: Fostex
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Folded Horn Cabinet for BK16 Kit - Each

Also available as complete BK16 Kit PAIR here

  • Completed cabinets measure  29” tall x 9 3/4" wide, 14 3/4” deep
  • Unassembled and Unfinished
  • Drivers not included - Cabinet Only
  • 5-11/16" driver through hole size (144.5mm)
  • 5-5/8" maximum depth of driver this cabinet will accept (143mm)
  • Performs well with and fits the FF165K (no longer available), FE166En, and FE168E Sigma
  • Other brand full range drivers of similar size have also been used in this cabinet
  • Sold flat, you glue it together, sand it, round the corners if you want and finish it.
  • Make sure it is squared up before the glue dries!
  • Baltic Birch (9 layers, 11/16")
  • Cut on back for flush mount of DB-CUP or NB-CUP input cups
  • Updated and improved assembly instructions (PDF)

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02/24/2018 - 10:44:01 AM
Perfect for podcasts
This is my kitchen speaker, and I like it for podcasts. I power it with my iPhone 6S. The arrangement is super-simple, sufficient for a conversational volume, and puts out a nice clear sound. See

The kit requires some work. I planed and sanded some edges before glue-up. I also added some screws on the side, because I didn't have enough clamps. In the end, with a lacquer finish and wet-sanding, I was really pleased. Also the speaker should be broken in. I'd thought this was hogwash before, but I drove it for a few days with a heavy duty amplifier, it did make a noticeable and positive difference.
Reviewed by neutravlad
09/20/2011 - 06:59:01 PM
Great for entry Level audiophiles!
This is the step everyone has to make from conventional speaker "boxes". These babies deliver great performance for the price, probably the best. Four recommendations though: 1. Put two pieces of wood on the first curve so it's not that sudden; 2. Get phase plugs; 3. Dump the camera with stuffing; 4. Buy 6 speaker cones :)