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|27th September 2005, 08:54 PM||#1|
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AUDAX speaker, with "special" sealed cabinet
I bought myself a few "cheapish" Audax speaker drivers from my work. I'm planning to build a pair of speakers with these. The drivers are HP170M0 and TM025F1. Since the woofers have quite a high Q-values, sealed enclosure seems like the best option.
Instead of standard sealed box, I got interested in North Creek's MAPD enclosure type. I have an old double-bassreflex cabinet, which I once made just for testing out some junk drivers. That would be easy to convert into a MAPD box. As the author says:
I ran a cross-over simulation with these two drivers. Simple -12dB/oct filters...
So, how should this idea to be rated?:
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