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Old 19th February 2012, 07:49 PM   #781
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Is there a good resource for functional TL theory? A book on functional design principles perhaps?
A good grounding can be had by reading everything on Martin King's site and to scare up a copy of Augspurger's AES paper/aXp article.

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Thanks for that. I will look into it.

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A good grounding..........
Yeah, I meant to include these, but apparently I can no longer watch TV and compose a response at the same time.

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Here's before and after finishing photos of the CHR-Kens I built for my sister. The before pic is from DIYFest from this past year.

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I've seen on the plans that these can be made two ways. With the driver on the large side of the box and with it on the narrow side. I see you used the large side. Is there a compelling sonic reason to do that vs. the narrow side? Or was it just a personal preference?
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I went wide because I liked the look, and they fit better on the shelf they usually sit on for casual listening. I think the general consensus is that the driver on the narrow face images better.

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Thanks Kyle! Great input.
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Wide baffle pushes baffle step down in frequency, narrow has less delay re difraction.

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Old 20th February 2012, 06:05 AM   #789
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By general consensus I mean that I saw Chrisb mention that in a thread. Thank you for a real explanation the sonic differences Dave! ;-)

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Here's before and after finishing photos of the CHR-Kens I built for my sister. The before pic is from DIYFest from this past year.

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How did you do the grilles? They look very good!
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