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|4th January 2006, 08:18 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2006
A challenge for the brave!
I am new to DIY speakers, but I think I understand the basic principles of a subwoofer.
I want to build an active subwoofer, and as I see it. An active subwoofer consists of 3 key parts.
- An amplifier with filters and boost
- A woofer
- And a box.
I will primarily use the sub for a large home theater system, but it should also be able to play music with out sounding booming.
In the ideal situation you would by identify the 3 parts before you by them, so you know that they will give a descent result.
I on the other hand already have 2 of the parts:
- A beyma
- A sub amp SAM-2 http://monacor.com/de/FLE/SAM2.pdf
see page 7-9
My question is: What box should I build to make a decent sub out of the above components?
The maximum size of the box should be 0.8 meter * 0.6 meter * 0.5 meter and it is not a problem if it is smaller
I would love to hear some suggestions
|4th January 2006, 09:47 PM||#3|
David is right,
You can dowload it here
Go to the box in the lower right and download winISD
planet10 needs your help:
Let's help Ruth and Dave
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