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Old 24th March 2006, 09:50 PM   #11
Colin is offline Colin  United Kingdom
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The effect is slightly less with the Jordan drivers, as they are quite directional from 2kHz up. The felt idea is a good one, though. Another option is to make a ring of 4mm ply or mdf and place round the driver, rounding off the outer edge.

BTW, I recommend devising a cover or some form of protection for the drivers when the system is up and running. People love to poke their fingers at them - they exert an attraction second only to LCD computer screens - and the cones are very fragile.
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