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Old 20th February 2009, 12:38 PM   #1
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Default curved front open baffle

I was wondering if I was correct about this.
If you were to compare two baffles both with a panel of width
say 16 inches, but you curved one panel, that the front wave would coming from the full range speaker would have to travel further before encountering the baffle (opposite, yes, for the back wave ). Would this provide for better freq. response?
As well as being less dominating visually in the room.
I know this is similar to using "wings on the side" which I have heard some good things, some bad about these in these forums.

paul
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