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Old 19th May 2011, 09:35 PM   #1
Hsmeets is offline Hsmeets  Netherlands
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Planning to built a pair of speakers. Full spectrum sound, good imaging, enough dynamic reserves. Plan to run these semi-active as I own a Lyngdorf system. Peerless XXLS 10" woofer in a closed box (qtc at 0.707) and using room gain, boundary effect and Lyngdorfs Roomperfect to get well controled bass that extends into the cellar Active X-over at 200Hz, passive x-over somewere around 2 to 3Khz. Have not really made my mind up about mid & tweet, just too many choices.

Any thoughts about easy to filter mid-woofers that still have a good polar response at 2Khz.

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Old 19th May 2011, 11:08 PM   #2
ttan98 is offline ttan98  Australia
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For the side mounted woofer the x-over frequency should be less than 200Hz, more likely to be about 100Hz the most is 120Hz.

My experience is that your OB mid-woofer will NOT go down flat to 200Hz, so 100Hz is impossible, unless you heavily equalized it using DSP.
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Old 20th May 2011, 09:10 AM   #3
Hsmeets is offline Hsmeets  Netherlands
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It's not an Open Baffle.

It's a regular box design but because the Woofer doesn't needs a huge cabinet I slimmed it down to make it optically as lean as possible (WAF). The small top cabinet is what normally would be the mid chamber within the bigger cabinet.

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