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Old 23rd April 2002, 11:29 PM   #11
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It would have to be rigid, definitely.

What I'm thinking though is to glue the aluminum to something like Eggcrate. Then the 'open' area of the eggcrate is the dominating factor. How open can that be?

I was thinking of a curved panel with horizontal stabilizers made out of thin plastic on the outside of the speaker. What kind of spacing could I get away with? I'm not sure how to calculate that. From the front it would look like a stack of 'rings' with the screen between the plastic 'rings'. As the aluminum is curved, it would stand up slightly better vertically, so I think all I'd need is a horizontal stabilizer (instead of eggcrate).
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