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Old 5th December 2004, 05:34 PM   #1
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Default Internal fill

Hi all

I am building the Fostex recommended STANDARD Bass Reflex (15 liter) cabinet for the FE167E, from the pdf plans sheet.
There is no mention of internal wall damping (felt/fibreglass etc)
on this model or the stand with duct BR version that has a photo.
I would have thought at least something to go on the back wall to reduce reflection through the cone.
Any thoughts?
Thanks in advance

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