|12th November 2011, 07:21 PM||#21|
Join Date: Feb 2004
Location: Los Angeles
*OK, the baffle can add some air mass load, and the walls/ceiling may not be perfectly rigid. But basically infinite baffle means if the speaker is Fs=50 at Q=0.3, then your response is Fs=50, Q=0.3. The bass response-without considering room effects-can become more like -6 dB/octave or even less.
- You never liked 24 dB vented box sound
- 12 dB sealed sound is OK only if the box size is small
- You prefer the "open" sound of infinite baffle
Is my understanding correct?
If that is so, I would say you don't need an infinite baffle all the time. Many pro drivers have a stiff suspension, and even a medium size box does not affect their response so much at room temperature.
When the pro drivers become hot, their parameters shift, and then they work in big ported boxes.
I admire you working to type the English, by the way!
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