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The Advantages of Floor Coupled Up-Firing Speakers
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Old 15th January 2018, 08:27 AM   #3381
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horizontally opposed fullrange drivers? You mean one above the other back to back, in phase? What kind of enclosure/ baffle?
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Old 15th January 2018, 10:37 PM   #3382
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Baffle/table-top w/ drivers "up-firing":

Perspective: Looking down to baffle/table-top:

(D-1 through 12 are each of the fullrange drivers.)


Rear edge of baffle/table-top v
.................................................. .................................................. .................

D1, D2, D3, D4, separation D5, D6, D7, D8, separation D9,D10,D11,D12

Midbass 1, separation Midbass 2, separation Midbass 3
.................................................. .................................................. .................

Front edge of baffle/table-top ^



Imagine the top of the channel-bar pic. below being the baffle/table-top.

The entire rear and the sides will be *"open" as seen in the channel-bar pic..


http://www.kingmetals.com/Catalog/Me...-0010195_l.jpg



*by "open" I mean acoustically. (..I'm thinking of using perforated board to "close" the rear and sides aesthetically.)


(..it will probably be a month or more before I'll have it put together and installed. At that time I'll either generate a thread for it with a link in this thread, or simply post it in this thread.)
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