Possible enclosures for a Monacor SPH 60X
I know you`ll probably say: BIB ...
But are there any other enclosure that would work ok with this driver. Because I really don`t like how a BIB looks in a 4x5 m room.
double horn, 4,2 m horns, 82 l Volume, 17 cm wide,
i use here the Monacor as an indirect invers speaker
one the long horn.
The front driver a TB W4-1320 is tested very well in german Klang&Ton
See more info under KORNETT
read the Replicon-thread
to find some information.
a simplified plan is on Till's page:
A german magazin Klang&Ton reported the cheap-tricks N. 193 and 194 with this speaker (mentoined in the thread above)
A more typically "resonanz-theory"-speaker with 60X is in the galery on Till's page:
Thank you guys!
I like the look of this "Backloaded Horn" ( http://www.hornlautsprecher.de/galerie_henning.htm ), but I don`t see any plans/specs.
As I`m a complete novice, I`d appreciate if there are any plans for these drivers.
Alpha project is good and I`ll consider it.
Replikon - I simply don`t understand it :)
Also, any other suggestions warmly welcomed.
don't worry about the replikon-thread...
the major info on the 60x ist in post 66 and 68 on page 3 (Volume und design of the horn) ;)
and that probably very close to the alpha, especially in the variation with the larger mouth...
I`ll probably go with an Alpha, as this would be my first DIY speaker, and Replikon just seems like too much for me right now.
But also, if anybody tried a Half Chang with this driver, I`d like to hear his experience ...
What about a 14 to 17 liter vented-box?
Similar designs (with more expensive Fostex drivers):
Since the 60X has proven to be a drop-in replacement for the old RadioShack 40-1354, Bob Brines' simple straight and folded ML-horn have been popular designs (especially the folded version) where high average SPL isn't a priority: http://www.geocities.com/rbrines1/Pa...ight_Pipe.html
But how would that sound with monacors?
I`d like to hear anyone`s experience with these exact drivers.
Anybody tried a fonken with them?
Thanks a lot!
This what I call a project for a novice.
Although, I`m a bit worried about author`s statement that without a baffle step correction circuit"the speaker sounds thin, with little bass". I`d like not to make any circuits (no need to mention why :shy: )
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