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Old 8th January 2005, 10:43 AM   #1
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Default Good and "Cheap" enclosure for scan 8565?

Is there any good enclosure for scan 25W 8565-01?
I think the driver is not expensive .
But the enclosure is expensive, whether closed or vented .
I am thinking about open baffle,but still worry about phase cancellation and resonance.
Is there anyone who built such speaker with low cost ?
Can give some advices ?
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Old 8th January 2005, 01:03 PM   #2
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Default Re: Good and "Cheap" enclosure for scan 8565?

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Is there any good enclosure for scan 25W 8565-01?
I think the driver is not expensive .
But the enclosure is expensive, whether closed or vented .
I am thinking about open baffle,but still worry about phase cancellation and resonance.
Is there anyone who built such speaker with low cost ?
Can give some advices ?
Most people would call that driver fairly expensive, not inexpensive. Over $150 for a 10" woofer is a lot compared to many brands. They are worth the money though so build a good cabinet to get the best out of them.
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Old 9th January 2005, 03:54 AM   #3
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compared to it's performance , i think it's not expensive.
it's around $170,But the enclosure that can go as deep as 30hz
will cost up to $2000 in local price.(with matrix structure)
I think it's difficult to accept a enclosure that is 6 times the price of the drivers.
The price of the drivers is not a problem.
But the price of the enclosure ? Weeeeeeeee
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