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Old 30th August 2005, 06:20 PM   #11
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Thanks, Keith!

I'll check the help files and will vent the box this weekend.

I'd love to add a Linkwitz Transform to my sealed box, but I'm sure I'd desintegrate the poor 5" woofers The bass is exceptional, but it's too lean.

Also - the Woofer Tester is an amazing product, and I'm quite thankful about your help. I now have a fighting chance of designing a good speaker I never thought I'd be able to do so.
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