Thanks for the offer - I'm open to any suggestions. I didn't think that the enclosure was particularly large; and I'm not concerned about getting an enclosure as small as possible. My existing system is stereo (not 5.1) with two speaker enclosures I built in 1971. Each cabinet uses the Peerless 3-25 kit consisting of tweeter, midrange and 12" woofer with a three way crossover. 25W RMS capacity. Sealed, fibre filled, about 100~115 litres. Made from 3/4inch chipboard (yes, I know! but this was before the days of MDF).BassAwdyO said:Well, If its your very first project it might be worth doing.... But I'm reasonably certian that we could help you design something better probably at less cost and with a smaller enclosure
I've played with WinISD, but after reading lots of stuff I'm not sure just what to design for. For example, should the aim be for a "flat" transfer function? (Which is what I thought the example in the WinISD help implied.) Or should it be designed to roll-off to allow for "room gain"? (Which is what Rasmussen implies.) What's a good low -3dB frequency to aim for?