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Old 22nd January 2004, 07:47 PM   #1
hanskrj is offline hanskrj  Norway
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Default Added new projekt in wiki

P17WJ-00-08/D27TG-35-06

Any comments/ideas on box size/design would be greatly appreciated! TL, passive radiator, sealed etc.
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Old 23rd January 2004, 06:27 AM   #2
bradley is offline bradley  United States
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hanskrj,
I've been looking through a few other posts and trying to enveigle others to get their projects into the wiki. Thanks a lot for jumping in. I'm trying to keep the interest up for very selfish reasons. I haven't decided yet upon a next project and I have not been able to find a well documented, informative single source for speaker kits and projects. The wiki here at diy.audio seems to hold great promise for building something like this.
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