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|7th November 2007, 07:06 AM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2007
Newbie - where do you start?
Been lurking and reading the many interesting trends on speaker designs and DIY projectson this forum. Newbie here....so much stuff, so many designs, so many experts, so many opinions, so many brands....
Most grateful if you could point me to the right directions...am interested in open baffles..... Thanks all....
|7th November 2007, 10:23 AM||#2|
Join Date: Oct 2004
Location: SW Florida
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Welcome to the Forum!
Yes, it is confusing. So much to choose from.
Be sure to read Martin J King's excellent new paper:
(It's in PDF format)
There are a number of good Open Baffle threads going at the moment. You can start with mine:
Fast, fun, Inexpensive OB project
Easy to build, sounds great.
And here is another good one:
All Eminence OB
Much more going on, more complicated, but not too hard.
You should also look in the Fullrange forum for projects based on the Visaton B200, it has lots of fans.
How big, how expensive do you care to go?
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