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Old 26th May 2004, 01:08 AM   #1
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Default Every trick in the book...

I'm trying to think of a compendium of all the little loudspeaker design tweaks used by the high end manufacturers. Things like labyrinthine tweeter lines, separate enclosures, decoupled drivers, rounded off baffle edges, foam pads etc.

The idea would be to figure out what problems they solve, to know when to apply them, in order to produce the ultimate DIY speaker
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