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Old 22nd April 2003, 03:29 AM   #1
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Default Doubble-Chamber refled Design...!

Any one ever build this. I have the full article if you want the rest post so ill post all the 6 pages includeing the building instructions and parts list.
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Old 22nd April 2003, 04:28 AM   #2
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I had that article and misplaced it. I still might have it around here somewhere. Popular Electronics, right?

It would be a good idea to post your message on this thread.
http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/showt...r+reflex+Weems

The whole thread is about Augspurger's double chamber reflex. I posted an excerpt from Weems' second book, Great Sound Speaker Manual that covered the same ground, but your article is even better.

Don't post the whole article. There are copyright issues. You can post pieces of the article, and offer to send the article in the Email to anyone who wants it.

I spent weeks looking for that article after promising to send it to Claudio and I haven't found it yet!
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Old 22nd April 2003, 04:30 AM   #3
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Do you want me to send it to your email since you cant find it. : O )..

send me a email.

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Yes, I would like that very much. Thank you.

I am going to send you a different Email address from my regular one. That Hotmail address is getting filled up and for some reason, Hotmail thinks I have not enabled cookies, (even though I have) and won't let me sign in.

I will send you a different Email address to send it to.

Thank you.
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Old 22nd April 2003, 04:38 AM   #5
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Jason:

I just sent you an Email. do me a favor-don't open it.

I just reformatted this hard drive-computer was completely broken down for a couple of weeks-and I haven't gotten atround to putting an anti-virus on it yet. Probably not a good idea to open that email

Everything on this computer is working all right-as well as Pentium 95 can work with a 14.4 bps modem-but I cannot be certain that I have not picked up something.

I will send you an Email in a couple of days as soon as I put on an anti-virus.

Meanwhile, as a precaution, it is better to delete that Email from kelticwizard.

Thanks for understanding.
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i read that article too and lost it. just in case....remember....
the 205F is a foam surround woofer stick to rubber surround woofers though i think the 205F is an old model number (late 80s).
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PLEASE hahah im on a mac. your pc virus wont hurt me. : O )

I dunno if im going to build this or not. What i do want to build is some thing like this.

As i like towers. : O ) I dunno if ill go powered subwoofers in the cabinet but i do want towers and really like these ideas.
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