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Old 15th March 2013, 09:29 PM   #21
bocosb is online now bocosb  Romania
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Soo, back in business.. i got my mind set on the dMarken 7.3, got the plans from Dave, the drivers arrived today and are burning in as i type - i hope to finish the enclosures by the end of the next week.
The plan is to use the speakers as they are and if i need more bass i will build a plate amp subwoofer.

One question.. in the plans is recommended to use 1/2 (12mm) cotton or wool felt for damping - i got this Visaton stuff 25mm thick - is it ok to use as it is, should i cut it in half(to get 12mm thickness)? Or should i keeps searching for the felt?
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