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Old 22nd June 2007, 03:12 AM   #1
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Default Baffle cutoff freq for N baffle

In determining the open baffle cutoff frequency with something like the edge program what do you use for the baffle width on an N frame (2/3 of a W frame). Do you use the total length of the baffles? The design I am talking about looks like this


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mike

Ooops. I guess you can't do character graphics here. Anyway the baffle is a block N with the woofer mounted in the middle upright.
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