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Posted 27th September 2011 at 07:35 PM by Taskinen Comments 0
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So this project would contain Maelstrom 21" Subwoofer and Hypex DS 8.0 amp.

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Here is a model, size would be about 700 tall with wooden legs, 650 mm depth and 1300 mm wide.

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Idea with this is to do a band-bass box with t-line structure. The closed chamber would be around 150 liters and reflex chamber little over 200 with the space that t-line takes from it. Size of the square reflexport would be 100x300 mm and about 2,5 meters long (about 8 feet) and tone is around 13-14 Hz.

This is basically designed for watching movies and stuff, cutout will be probably around 30-35 hertz.

What do you guys think about this?

Posted 20th September 2011 at 03:39 PM by Taskinen Comments 2
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Hi!

I have designed speakers of my own using Dayton Audio loudspeakers (tweeter Dayton Audio 1" Reference Shielded Tweeter, Midrange Dayton Audio 4" Reference Full Range Driver and last but not least, Bass Dayton Audio 8" Reference Shielded Woofer). The reason why I picked these speakers was, that these things are good looking and good combination.

I built the box of 19 mm MDF-wood, 120 mm tall (about 126 mm with spikes), 25 mm wide and 40 mm deep. Volume of the box is around 80 litres. Tweeter and mid has small area of the box and it's filled with lamb's wool. Woofer has over 70 litres of space to and there is 4" Aeroport reflexport in the bottom of the box. With this combination of wooferbox, I really had doubts wheather my choise of woofer had enough raw power to use the space.

I also designed Crossovers by myself, they turned out to be 3. order passive crossovers (100Hz/3000Hz). It was very hard to design, because I...
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Posted 21st September 2011 at 01:30 PM by Taskinen Taskinen is offline
Nice Job taskinen! ...
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