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Old 14th April 2009, 02:16 AM   #61
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Really, 1 or 2 drivers eh?

I'm buying myself a table saw tomorrow because my birthday is next week and dammit; I'm worth it! I might just have to build these for myself.


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Since I'll be using two drivers in those cabs, with one mounted on the side, how should I modify that internal brace? Is there something that works best or should I just get creative and go for it?
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Since I'll be using two drivers in those cabs, with one mounted on the side, how should I modify that internal brace? Is there something that works best or should I just get creative and go for
I'd add at least a holey brace between the side driver & the main holey brace. It should be edge on to both drivers.

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I'd add at least a holey brace between the side driver & the main holey brace. It should be edge on to both drivers.

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in other words, horizontal and above or below the center of symmetry?
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in other words, horizontal and above or below the center of symmetry?
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Yep, one or two. Designed for one, it just happens that two (in series) also will work as there's sufficient volume. As I mentioned in the Spawn thread, it's a compact (as they go) cab. notionally designed for smaller spaces / more modest SPLs on primarily acoustic music. However, the twin units will give better power-handling -total excursion plummets; maxes out at 0.8mm 1m / 1w shared between the two drivers. I'm building a pair myself for my CHRs.

Oh yes -line the cab. 1/2in wool felt or fiberglass, top, back & one side-wall (the opposite to the one the 2nd driver is on would be the obvious candidate... )
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It certainly is compact. I'm not positive but think you can get a pair out of a single sheet of wood
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