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Old 28th January 2011, 03:30 PM   #21
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Old 28th January 2011, 03:59 PM   #22
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Hi guys,

I already finished my "Papertube TMLs : http://www.hifi-forum.de/index.php?a...267&thread=197

Kudos to Henkjan for the inspiration.

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lol i might have to employ some horse brasses on my latest project, then i can blag that they are part of the necessary faraday cage, preventing stray EM waves from influencing cone movement, and dissipating eddy currents within the vicinity...............
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Hi guys,

I already finished my "Papertube TMLs.............
Slick! My kind of 'pipe dream'.

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Wondering how this enclosure would work for the CHR70? Any thoughts? I like the profile of this box and want to do something similar with the CHR70.
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lol i might have to employ some horse brasses on my latest project, then i can blag that they are part of the necessary faraday cage...............
Though your suggestion of a faraday cage is highly implausible, thanks for the suggestion of using horse brasses, those might be some interesting shapes!

Uncle Meat- Thanks for the link to your thread, though I wish I could read German! Seems you didn't use a port? I gather you increased tube height to compensate for the smaller tube cross-sectional area?

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Uncle Meat- Thanks for the link to your thread, though I wish I could read German! Seems you didn't use a port? I gather you increased tube height to compensate for the smaller tube cross-sectional area?
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Without port, it would be a CB.. The lower part is only there, so I have some space for a notch filter.. There are some holes in the rear side below the "base disk", total around 2 times the end area of the line..
The cross section is only 6% smaller than Henkjans box, I guess that makes no audible difference.
I used cardboard templates to find the proper shape for the "divider board".
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Reviving an old thread to ask if Fountek FR88ex will work in this enclosure.

I already have some 18mm plywood and the Fountek drivers of course and i would like to try a desktop tl sort in height as the first picture.

Thanks in advance.
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it might.. if I can find the file, I could rerun the simulation

will need its own BSC.
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Reviving an old thread to ask if Fountek FR88ex will work in this enclosure.
Check these out, specifically designed for this FOuntek, 3 or the 5 designs are desktop, have been built and proven good.

The Fountek Five for FR88ex

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