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Old 16th October 2010, 08:14 PM   #1
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Default O.A. BB4.AL+MA Woofer+MiniDSP F.A.S.T.

Hey there!

I'm going to build a Fullrange And Subwoofer Technology speaker.

The Omnes Audio (similar to the MA Chr-70) will be placed in a 4l closed box filled with Sonofil, so I hope to get an netto volume of about 4.8l (0.170 cb.ft) while having a QTC of approx. 0.75 .

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The Woofeer No 6 from Mark Audio will be placed in a ported, 25l (0.883 cb.ft) box.

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I will use this MiniDSP as crossover. XO will be arround 200-300hz.

I dont have the possibility to measure but I will definitely get some device for that.

I'am not completely sure about the size of the enclosure of the speakers or if there's a better choice. What do you think ?

Greetings, Alex
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