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Old 7th April 2012, 10:01 PM   #11
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Dave..whats PR? And the 2 and 4 steroidians? ALso, this one is ribbed. What would be a good speaker in your opinion that would work in that small of a space?

Veravox 3X huh...I'll go check it out fakeout. thanks
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Old 7th April 2012, 10:26 PM   #12
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PR = Passive Radiator.

The baffle step transition from half space to full space.

What is the net volume of the can? (subtract any potential bracing, baffle (if you use a chunck of wood) and a vent if ported.

2-2.5 litre, FF85, A6.2, FR88ex, likely a whack of 3; TBs.

If it creeps up to 4.5+ litre you can start lookng at some of the nominal 4" drivers. I haven't simmed the new FE105wk, it might fit in an in-between size.

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I've skimmed lots of messages looking at designs etc. And I've seen pics of drivers in tubes, pipes, spheres, flower pots, cardboard and I believe I read about someone saying even coffee mugs.

There was even a message somewhere of a guy saying he thought the Fostex FF85K (not the new WK) had more bass in a 2L Sprite bottle.

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SERIOUSLY!!!!

looks like it would be messy
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