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Old 18th August 2012, 02:17 PM   #1
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Default BIB For the Tang Band W3 319SF

I am getting ready to build a "little" BIB project. These will be used nearfield as desktop speakers. I have a couple of questions but this is what the spreadsheet spits out:


Driver Brand Tang Band
Driver Model W3 319SF
Fs 100
Vas (cu. Ft) 0.059
Qts 0.53
Line Length 67.323
Folded Height 33.661
Vb 0.534
Sm 27.393
Depth (internal) 6.224
Width (internal) 4.401
zdriver 14.609
a-b-c 3.112
Conversion
Liters 1
Cubic Feet 0.035314667

Cabinet
Wood Width 0.500
Outside Dimensions
Width (external) 5.401
Depth (external) 7.224
Height(external) 34.161

Rounded Dimensions
Width (external) 5.000
Depth (external) 7.000
Height (external)34

Cut Boards Per Box

Front/Back 2 each
Width 5.000
Length 34.000

Sides 2 each
Width 6.000
Length 34.000

Slant 1 each
Width 4.000
Length 31.000

Bottom 1 each
Width 4.000
Length 6.000

Questions:
At what height do I mount the driver (remembering that these will be sitting on a desk, I read somewhere lower is best)?

How much stuffing is used?

How low will these go?

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Old 18th August 2012, 03:57 PM   #2
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The measurement to mount the driver is "zdriver." Measured from the top, you should mount your driver 14.609 inches down. I believe the stuffing should be placed in the section of the line above the driver, but you can try different amounts and locations to see what you like. Sorry, but I can't answer your question about how low it can go.
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Old 18th August 2012, 04:10 PM   #3
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Hi Mike, thanks for the response! I didn't realize the answer was staring me in the face....duh...

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