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norman bates 29th April 2011 03:40 AM

decware dm944 or 945 ?
 
anyone play with these ?

looks to be an 8" silver flute run wide open with a single cap on a hivi rt2c.

http://www.decware.com/newsite/DM945.html



Norman

60ndown 30th April 2011 12:38 AM

yesterday i got a pair of these

https://www.madisound.com/store/prod...roducts_id=843

playing in a 'boombox' they share about 1.5 cubic feet.... sealed

the sound is very warm, LOTS of bass, mids and highs are recessed.

a great speaker in my opinion.

NiToNi 9th May 2011 04:33 PM

I think it's the RT1C-A (5 ohm) rather than the RT2C (compare pictures).

Not sure about the DM945 but I believe the DM944 has a crossover frequency of 8 kHz.

I think also that the internal volume is 15 litres.

I'm looking to DIY this design and would appreciate if someone could help with the port length in a 0.5 cu ft and a 2" flared port.

60ndown 10th May 2011 04:05 AM

ive been thinking the same, build a $900.00 pair of Decware speakers for $240.

the port has to be between 1 and 5" long, its only plastic pipe, cut a few lengths play some test tones and listen :)

60ndown 10th May 2011 04:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NiToNi (Post 2566449)
I think it's the RT1C-A (5 ohm) rather than the RT2C (compare pictures).

N

i dont see an RT1C-A at madisound?

you got a link?


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