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Old 17th December 2012, 11:55 AM   #31
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Open baffle is 80 year old no need reinvent the wheel
try search golden ratio ...is universal that non square and not centered is preferred

OB Theory

try xlbaffle http://fullrangedriver.com/singledri...d/Xlbaffle.xls
very simple and nice
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Old 17th December 2012, 12:21 PM   #32
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Let me try to be clear, one more time. I know about all of these tools. I understand OB design as well as other types. I understand the various effects, yet the OP produced a satisfying result.

The point that some still just can't see is that the OP was happy with the results of the design, AFTER LISTENING. Yet people who didn't hear the speakers had detailed opinions on why they didn't/wouldn't work.


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Let's be constuctive... Fasbike, you can use the EDGE calculator to check the efects of offset-mounting drivers on baffles, and how lifting them off the floor affects the bass response.
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Old 17th December 2012, 12:23 PM   #33
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fastbike1 understand now ??

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I am going to try to make these...but I just want the dimensions correct!
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Old 17th December 2012, 12:55 PM   #34
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Understand what? Will Urchinn be committing some unforgiveable sin by building this design? Will the world come to an end? What will happen to your position if Urchinn likes the results? Further, who really cares?

Why does it matter to you so much that someone built something that didn't follow the "rules"? But thanks, it's clear to me that you don't / won't see the other viewpoint. Enjoy your narrow perspective, it's safer.

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Old 17th December 2012, 01:18 PM   #35
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Old 17th December 2012, 01:25 PM   #36
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Old 17th December 2012, 01:31 PM   #37
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Hiya Urchinn: Actually, the center portion is 36" square. Then, there is a 4" border/frame around the center section. 44" square total. The legs are not 18". I'm not at home currently, but I'll measure them tonight and post the exact length. My plywood distributor cut the 3' x 3' sections and I ripped the 4" frame stock from the same type of birch ply. I used biscuits and glue to join the outside border to the inside 3x3 baffle. This build took me one day from start to finish and was under $100.

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So these are a 38" square, lifted 18" off the ground? Those legs look shorter than 18" to me. And there is no baffle correction of any kind? I am going to try to make these...but I just want the dimensions correct!
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Old 17th December 2012, 01:42 PM   #38
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we hare not here to learning and evolve ?
My personal opinion is that this baffle is very good build but only for esthetic side ,the noobs must be have that info , use as starting point as can be improved.
feel free to disagree !!
cervelorider great work btw
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Old 17th December 2012, 05:26 PM   #39
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This is turning into a very interesting post. I love all the excellent thoughts, opinions, and off-the-cuff comments! Thanks, Cervelorider, for the specs. Don't forget to tell me how tall the feet are (from floor to bottom of "frame", I guess). Also, I recognize that logo of yours. Are you a fellow Uke fan?
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This is turning into a very interesting post. I love all the excellent thoughts, opinions, and off-the-cuff comments! Thanks, Cervelorider, for the specs. Don't forget to tell me how tall the feet are (from floor to bottom of "frame", I guess). Also, I recognize that logo of yours. Are you a fellow Uke fan?
Sorry for the late reply. The feet are 8.5 inches from the ground to the bottom of the baffle.
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