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Old 23rd May 2006, 09:57 PM   #1
eppo is offline eppo  Netherlands
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Default Strange damping idea ... ?

First of all my apologies for my probably bad spelling... can't help it, I'm from Holland
A couple of days ago I've bought a pair of FR125S drivers and I'm planning to build a couple of miniOnken cabinets to put them in.
On several forums I'm reading people like to make cabinets resonance free by putting in all kind of sticky exotic materials.
Could this also be necessary for this enclosures ?
If so could it be an idea to burn 4mm roofing felt inside the miniOnken's (as a starter ;-)) except for the baffle ?
(note; these are my very first steps in the speaker building world)
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