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Old 25th April 2018, 05:35 AM   #21
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There's indeed about 1R3 worth of dcr in line with the woofer. It's a sealed GHP design btw (Subwooferabstimmung mit Kondensator und Widerstand).

It's coming along nicely. I've got the feeling that the smaller the speaker, the harder it is to build. There's really no room for tolerance.
Absolutely true. I stopped building speakers for about six months during this project:

Cloning a $3200 Speaker for $400

It was tiny and I nearly cut my thumb off working on it. Working on this was one of the reasons I got into 3D printing.
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