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Old 17th March 2008, 02:01 AM   #11
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Originally posted by Madmike2

The intention was for the baffle to add to it. Like the old rogers speakers. The baffle is braced, and the cabinet is a 5 sided box.

The BBC's had that but not from the front baffle, from what I remember (white paper) was from the box itself. This baffle might be to weak. On the rogers/bbc the frequency emphasis is lower I guess 1 or 2K. I am leaning to the xover.

Check this my other post some days ago (peak at 3K):
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Old 17th March 2008, 02:04 AM   #12
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Ok. I will get them and take them to school and put them in the lab and measure them in chamber. Better yet i will get the physics kids to do it, they love problem solving, and they are afraid of me LOL.
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Originally posted by PeteMcK
what xover freq are you using? perhaps try a 2nd order xover before anything else, seems that the Peerless has a bit of a peak at ~3KHz, the Morel can be crossed reasonably low
(unless of course the problem is in the recording...)
What do you mean by a 'live baffle'?

I second that.
Crossing this woofer at 3700hz is quite a bit too high. I donít have a complete T/S and measurements on it, but I would seriously consider crossing it much lower. Itís an 8-inch woofer?
Making a front baffle out of ľĒ cedar is probably a bad idea also. God knows at what frequency itís ringing.
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