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Old 2nd March 2006, 05:47 PM   #21
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Can anybody point me to a site for plans...?

Google returns zip, nada. It's not on the BD site.

Millet's site is not available.

PDF, DXF, or DWG
Guess i need to speed up the process of getting this deign into my box library. I have berts original gifs somewhere, but here is a link to the single driver version -- all you have to do is trim off the back angle bit and mount a driver there -- i'm pretty sure the ML-port is the same.

http://diyaudio.8m.com/Solo/solo.html

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Bert gave me permission to post his plans on my box-libarry page

http://www.planet10-hifi.com/boxes.html

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Old 2nd March 2006, 08:33 PM   #23
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Default BD-Pipes Plan

The plans are available on Peter Millett's page.

http://www.pmillett.com/tqwp.htm

Dave, the plans on your site do not show the damping.

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Default Re: Re: Re: Measured Response of BD-Pipes

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You here about it, and i have seen measures that show it -- none as big as yours. Have you puzzlecoated your drivers?

dave

Nope, no puzzlecoat. Yet. I guess that is the next one to try.

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Height of your ceiling?

This is actually fairly typical of in room measures in the bass. Move your mic over a ft either direction and see what happens.

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Ceiling height is 2.4 m. I should have tought about moving the mic around.

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Old 3rd March 2006, 01:43 AM   #26
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The plans are available on Peter Millett's page.
SUre enough... his page was down earlier today. Thanks!

Anyone who is interested, I will be redrawing these in Imperial. Let me know.
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Ceiling height is 2.4 m. I should have tought about moving the mic around.
That is sufficient for the standrad ~80 Hz suckout.

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Old 3rd March 2006, 01:50 AM   #28
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SUre enough... his page was down earlier today. Thanks!

Anyone who is interested, I will be redrawing these in Imperial. Let me know.
Hi Chipco,

In all fairness, you should ask for Bert's for permission before you distribute his design.

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Old 3rd March 2006, 05:09 PM   #29
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Ya, I thought that was a good idea after I posted.

I will email him the DWG in Imperial with my thank you. I also drew the optimized layout. You can get two pairs of speakers from a 4' by 8' sheet. Generally, it's a small marginal factor to make a second pair. In for a dime, in for a dollar.
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I got a nice reply to my email to Mr. Doppenburg...

>>>snip
Hi Chip,

Thanks for sharing your initial thoughts. The design is free to anyone so please do post it or use the design like you please.

A link to my pages or mentioning my name would be appreciated though..
Ciao,
Bert
Internet: www.bd-design.nl
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If you would be interested in the cut list & .dwg for the BD Pipes in Imperial (inches), you can email me.
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