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Old 17th July 2011, 10:38 AM   #11
sreten is offline sreten  United Kingdom
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It's a question of the overall shape of the speakers.
I'd rather have a taller enclosure than a longer squatter one.

Thanks
Steve
Hi,

I think I know what you mean / intend, top + bottom seems an easier build.

Left and right require inset sections, but here is another point to ponder :
assuming your clam shelling each pair, and if they are compliantly mounted,
you can arrange a simple coupling arrangement directly between the magnets.

rgds, sreten.

Still recommend the 180 degrees trick for old bass drivers.
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