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Old 21st October 2012, 03:33 AM   #1
matthias125 is offline matthias125  United States
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Ok im looking at building a strictly hi/mid range box. as test for a possible dance stack in the future
so far im looking at these drivers for for the box
10M600 - Very High Output MF Ferrite Driver

HD1050 - HF Compression Driver

im would like a trapezoid design with a 10: and 1 on each side of the face with an active crossover.

I overall since this is strictly a mid-range box do you thinks its possible i could get away with a sealed box. :im horrible at reading the graphs still learning"

another basic newb question i would have is for the volume of the box do i just add the required volumes of each driver together or is there more to it than that.

Iv also been looking for a thread on how to design a horn for the 10's and what math is involved to figure out the best dimensions. If any body help point me in the right direction it would be much appreciated
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