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Old 22nd September 2007, 05:26 AM   #1
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Hey all

I just wanna try something but want some comments about it

There's these pioneer 10" coaxials on eBay. They are 4 ohms each and I wanted to buy 2 pairs and make some diy speakers for home use, so what ill do is wire 2 of them in series to make an 8 ohm load,

what I want to know is when I make a cabinet for them should I place the coaxials as close to one another as possible or wont it matter cause theres only 2, I ask this cause Ive asked about line arrays on here before and someone said that the tweeter distance between the 2 coaxials will cause lobing or combing,

The 2 configurations I want the is woofers both at the top of the front with a port at the bottom

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one woofer at top and bottom with port in middle

Thanks Cya
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