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Old 14th August 2006, 01:58 AM   #1
gvr4ever is offline gvr4ever  United States
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Default Stupid newb question.

Do you guys find this a valuable and needed tool?

I want my first project to be a 2 way speaker for the bed room. Do you guys usually just go by the manufactures specs on drivers, or do you test them using equipment like the one in the link above. Also, feel free to add information about better and or cheaper testing equipment.

Sadly firefox crashed hard on me about a month back and I lost all my bookmarks. One link that I had recomending testing the driver inside the case before building a crossover.

How do you guys do it.

Also, please feel free to add any usefull links. All I have at the moment is http://www.geocities.com/f4ier/newxoversim.htm and the 7th edition LDC book.

I'm think I'm starting to understand the basics, but I lost some of my get started links. I'll google again, but I had a LOT of links bookmarked. Each of them giving usefull information, but also, sometimes, information that clashed with each other.
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Old 14th August 2006, 03:16 AM   #2
noodle_snacks is offline noodle_snacks  Australia
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I personally think that speaker workshop and an appropriate impedance cable is the best method. Cheap

There is a bit of a learning curve though.
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