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Old 17th April 2012, 11:02 AM   #11
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Thanks kctess,
I will check the Dayton ND91-4 as well.
Since the website is in US, I dont know if its worth to ship to Australia.
I may find same/similar one in AU's website.

I dont mind too much about the lack of bass in OB system.
I feel the music I listen to will be fine with that.
But who knows, maybe I will addict to DIY speaker then keep making different one.

Colin
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Old 17th April 2012, 03:16 PM   #12
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Hi,

To get some idea of the issues you'll be facing try taking the backs off
your computer speakers, looks straight forward enough. Then try
mounting the front section in various baffles. Walls of cardboard
boxes painted with any type of polyurethane are quick and easy.
With some washers and the original screws it should be easy.

The dayton driver is their version of the Aura NS3 :
Approx 3" Fullrange: Madisound Speaker Store

rgds, sreten.

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Perhaps you'd be better off modding your seemingly decent computer speakers ....
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Old 18th April 2012, 10:10 AM   #13
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Thanks, Sreten,
After reading more article, I found some information as everyone told me here about the size of OB.

Then people suggest increase the side board might be close to the idea of big OB as Boris's advice.
I just read a article of DIY OB speaker
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The speaker like this.
I wonder probably I get revise my design to extend the side board to get enough low frequent sound.
Any idea?
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