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Old 4th September 2011, 04:54 PM   #1
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Default Ohm Walsh 2 need advice

Looking for some "ideas" on how to make the ohm f have more extended more robust bottom end

Inside the cabinet is the original thick cotton material that extends around the cabinet .. in the middle uses broken up pieces of this cotton material that is only on the very top(closest to the driver) and nothing underneath...

Ideas Please

Lawrence
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Old 4th September 2011, 05:51 PM   #2
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"new input terminals with gold-plated binding posts and 12 gauge OFC interal wire. This allows for deeper bass and wider dispersion of the high treble"
I read it at the Ohm site
Please note that I'm not a cable or Super Solid Brass fan ,but optimum conductivity and bottle -neck avoidance should be performed by every DIYer.
Cotton can be replaced by some lighter ( air permeable ) material ,such as Dacron , not allowed to move inside the cabinet , just attach it by glueing it to the internals . maybe they put it in the middle to overcome the probably stationary wave due to the high height /base ratio .
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