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How long does it take to "design" a speakers?
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Old 3rd January 2018, 09:04 PM   #11
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How would you know after how long he gave up if he did not write it ?
Well it's common sense and regularly visit his website. If it took him more than two years to do anything, his website would not be as it is today.
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Old 3rd January 2018, 09:08 PM   #12
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What is "common sense"?

Why do you presume that he works on one project at a time and when he finishes it, he goes on to the next ?
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Old 3rd January 2018, 09:13 PM   #13
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What is "common sense"?

Why do you presume that he works on one project at a time and when he finishes it, he goes on to the next ?
If you don't believe in my common sense then how about math?

Let's say his website been around for 10 years.
10 divided by 2 is 5. So if you're right, he only designed a total of 5 pairs of speakers.
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Old 3rd January 2018, 09:15 PM   #14
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Designing a typical loudspeaker doesn't take that much time once one has the means. Most loudspeakers follow a general pattern of design and procedure but what does expend most of the time is in the fine tuning of the crossover (i.e if passive) and the long term listening that goes with it. Most commercial loudspeakers are generally formula driven with the sonic outcome of 'ho hum' in a pretty package.
DIY is much more inspired and interesting.

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Old 3rd January 2018, 09:18 PM   #15
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If you don't believe in my common sense then how about math?

Let's say his website been around for 10 years.
10 divided by 2 is 5. So if you're right, he only designed a total of 5 pairs of speakers.
I don't think in terms of right or wrong and i rarely believe everything i read these days. I think about informations that i have on a certain topic. Since you've made Troels working methodology a part of topic, then i operate on my knowledge about that - which is none.

That's why i asked why do you presume the way in which he works ? You either have some informations that i don't or you are making presumptions about things that you don't know.

I know that i don't know anything. I'm just trying to see here how much you don't know. If you know what i mean.

Oh, and there might be few more variables in your equation than that.
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Old 3rd January 2018, 09:23 PM   #18
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I don't think about right or wrong. I think about informations that i have on certain topic. Since you've made Troels working methodology a part of topic, then i operate on my knowledge about that - which is none.

That's why i asked why do you presume the way in which he works ? You either have some informations that i don't or you are making presumptions about things that you don't know.

I know that i don't know anything. I'm jist trying to see here how much you don't know. If you know what i mean.

Oh, and there might be few more variables in your equation than that.
I think you're trying to avoid the subject since this is online so you could afford to. It's really simple. If it takes two years then simple division gives you the answer. That is unless as I said before if you're trying to avoid the subject.
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I would say it depends.
Yes, it depends on competence.
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It depends what he meant by ""design""
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