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Old 26th December 2012, 10:03 AM   #61
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glt - Page 4, post #37 of this thread... the numbers there are all I had.
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Old 26th January 2013, 04:33 PM   #62
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For those interested in a big floorstanding ported box for the BetsyK, this looks like a great option!

The WIBAQ: TABAQ Design with Betsy K

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Old 18th June 2013, 03:44 AM   #63
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Default BIB Calculator

There is a thread on the "Full Range" speaker forum that contains a BIB calculator.(Excel)

Thread is Titled:
"Terry Cain's BIB -why does it work and does anyone have those Fostex Craft Handbooks?"

Post Number 5017 from GM has the calculator to download.

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Old 8th January 2014, 10:49 PM   #64
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Default BVR and WIBAQ

The BVR are here: ScottMoose BVR for Betsy K and in post #37 Enclosure designs for Burro Speakers
The WIBAQ are here: The WIBAQ: TABAQ Design with Betsy K
and here:DIY Hi-Fi: WiBAQ Speakers

I am building the WIBAQ, because the spreadsheet calculated BIB for the BetsyK where too wide and deep!
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Old 8th January 2014, 11:34 PM   #65
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Yeah, the spreadsheet dimensions are big. I built my BIBs before GM came up with the formula, back when ScottMoose was calculating them one at a time. The dims I used (stated earlier) are lower volume and tuned lower. Theoretically, this results in a little less excursion control above the tuning frequency, and you can see that the bottom end is shaped a bit different. I had a pretty good sized room back then, and I got so much bass that I had to stuff the vents pretty thoroughly. I would only recommend the spreadsheet dims for someone with a huge room or a real love of bass.

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Old 20th March 2014, 04:18 PM   #66
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I found this on another forum:

Hawthorne Audio • View topic - Open box speakers

Scroll down a post or two. Give this some bling to the finish and they'd be to cold to hold :P
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Old 4th September 2016, 08:13 PM   #67
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I've got about twelve more minutes (before I need to head to a big band gig), so I'll make this quick. However, I have bunch of enclosure designs for my drivers that should be on my site. Here is a quick overview. I'll try to fill in pics and specs later on.

Betsy: The OB options are fairly straight forward, by herself or with a woofer. You can use her in a sealed box, but I'm not sure why you'd choose to do so. One unique option that came up in discussion is a small aperiodic box. It might be the smallest way to get a Burro speaker into your room, and with it, more sensitivity, dynamics and image size than you normally get in a bookshelf.

BetsyK: Sealed and vented options abound, but here are some more interesting things:

GM posted a 10:1 TQWT that looks great. If you can tolerate a wide cabinet with a decent sized footprint, it promises great performance and a very simple build. Specs to come.

Skinny quasi TQWT/TL: I designed a box for my brother in law after seeing the Zu Essence and liking the size. Mine is about 12x13x44". It is a very easy build with some advantages over a regular BR. I'm listening to a pair right now. I think this cabinet should be very, very popular. My in-laws are thrilled.

MooseBVR: ScottMoose was kind enough to simulate one of his double mouth BVR's for the BetsyK. I'll send you the dims if you want. I plan to build a pair. I meant to this fall, but the Skinny TQWT project got in the way.

BIB: My cabinets stayed in MN when I moved west. However, I can give you the specs I used (skinnier than the calculator produces). They are great fun.

I do plan to do a better, and more complete list than this thread. But, I wanted to get something fun up before folks get home from work!

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hey can you post the dimensions for the scott moose BVR?
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Old 5th September 2016, 08:09 AM   #68
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hey can you post the dimensions for the scott moose BVR?
This Post gives the dimensions;
This Post is someone's mockup...
This Post is a picture of my build.

I loved these BVR's. Truly. I'm using the same drivers in smaller ported boxes these days though...
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This Post gives the dimensions;
This Post is someone's mockup...
This Post is a picture of my build.

I loved these BVR's. Truly. I'm using the same drivers in smaller ported boxes these days though...
what size enclosure and port dimension
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Old 16th September 2016, 05:34 AM   #70
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??? They are in the listed [rather hard to tell] hotlink, but clicking it I see it's not much help till you get to here, so wondering why it wasn't posted instead: ScottMoose BVR for Betsy K

But then scrolling down the thread there's newer versions with V7 apparently being the final, so hopefully the real hotlink: ScottMoose BVR for Betsy K

Sheesh!

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