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Old 19th August 2004, 04:17 PM   #11
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questions on a FE167 TQWT design.
At the risk of being jeered at publicly, I will say that I have
had some good results lining my TL's with fiber acoustic ceiling
tiles. They don't absorb much at low frequencies, but they
do a decent job of deadening the higher ones, and still leave
lots of space for dacron or whatever.
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At the risk of being jeered at publicly, I will say that I have
had some good results lining my TL's with fiber acoustic ceiling
tiles. They don't absorb much at low frequencies, but they
do a decent job of deadening the higher ones, and still leave
lots of space for dacron or whatever.
Rick Shultz uses that stuff too... i will often use thick, dense wool-felt (salvaged from old speakers) to line the walls before stuffing -- in the BD-Pipes this consitutes most of the damping.

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questions on a FE167 TQWT design.
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Originally posted by Bob Brines
My current enclosure for the FE167E is 40"x8.5"x8.5", the driver 11.5 down from the top and a 3"x4" port 4.5" up from the bottom. I'll update my web page someday.
I've heard a design based on the drawing on bob's page and it is a very good speaker.

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Carpet scraps make dandy liners for transmission lines.

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