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Old 25th November 2015, 11:15 PM   #1
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Default DIY "H" section/project/toy/time waster.

Assuming two flat panel speakers (5mm foam core) - 52x64 rough hexagonal , 44cm apart...

Would the resulting construction be capable of sounding like this...

Those Ikea bowls at 20cm are about the right size for the cockpit section too....

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Old 27th November 2015, 03:24 AM   #2
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OK, so 2xIkea Blanda Matt bowls acquired.
(ubiquitous so not gonna link to them).

hex panels (wings/radiators/foils whatever) or whatever shapes cut out of 5mm FCB.

40/43mm 1.5" sink/basin drain waste should suffice as the basis for the struts.

2x25mm exciters incoming from Parts-Express.

Unsure yet as to 2-3 things...

How exactly to attach the exciters to the struts... I guess with sufficient wadding and glue they can be stuck in the ends of the pipe...

Whether to "frame" the hex panels to support them. I don't know if letting the exciter coil support them is a good idea.

The hex panels are curved/warped, so how to flatten them out again. Hold them down and dilute PVA them?

If all goes to plan I have a spare class D amp and a Chromecast Audio to install in the main body.
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