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Old 25th June 2006, 07:49 AM   #1
MMadrid is offline MMadrid  United States
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Ok, so I downloaded Speaker Workshop finally, and hats off to the designer. But I have one question... When entering a driver offset, I'm not sure if I should use a negative (-) or not. I just finished cutting the MDF for a 5.5" two-way system. It uses a sloped baffle, with the tweeter offset approximately an inch behind the midwoof. So is this -1 or 1 when imputing into SW?

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