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Old 17th December 2012, 02:42 PM   #31
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Hello, MarkMck did some great experiments and published them here some 8 years ago on the use of an egg shape vs a cube. His results were in favor of the cube shape. He did not however test the teardrop shape used by the Nautilus. I have some teardrop shaped speakers of varying sizes that I have made. What would you recomend for stuffing? I have been using Dacron, maybe fiberglass is more effective. Maybe I should also line the walls with wool felt. These are small spekears ranging from .8litres to 3 litres in size.
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