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Old 1st July 2006, 01:01 PM   #1
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Default curved enclosure effect on crossover

Hi all.
I have read a lot of threads on the design/construction of the curved speaker enclosure, but am unsure what to think.
I have ordered the kit61 from creative sound (adire extremis and usher tweeter) and would like to build something different from the regular rectangle. However, if i keep the same internal volume, but make the enclosure shape like, say, a sonus faber auditor or something like that, will i need to redesign the crossover?
To achieve that shape i would probably need to adjust the baffle size as well - what would be the preferred approach to this?
Thanks for any suggestions,
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