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Old 6th April 2014, 07:30 PM   #21
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Re vent placement, no it shouldn't have a significant impact on GD as far as the box is concerned. When I designed it, I assumed the vent to be on the back -Dave has drawn with it on the front since either can be employed. Doesn't affect the box behaviour significantly, but it will interact with the room differently. If you're planning on putting them close to a boundary, then front is likely to be preferable.
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Thanks for clarifying the vent placement,
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Thank you very much Dave.

Was always wondering, these CGR being relatively thin are they suitable for some kind of direct on-wall/ceiling mount, which is the desired method if any?
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these CGR being relatively thin are they suitable for some kind of direct on-wall/ceiling mount
Like any speaker, the room (and placement) dominates the LF performance. They should do decently mounted on-wall. They might have a bit of a lift low down, and they might not image as well, but you really have to try it in your own room.

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Old 7th April 2014, 08:51 AM   #25
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Keyhole brackets ok? Some damping insert between speaker and wall?
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You want to mount the boxes such that you don't start moving the walls. The only direct wallmounts i used keyholed tightly over a screw into a stud, and tightly sealed to the wall.

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Old 7th April 2014, 07:34 PM   #27
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If Dave was referring to the Diva wallmount produced locally a while back, I believe there was a thin layer of felt on the back panel - not so much for a tight seal, but to eliminate the box chattering on the wall with lower frequencies.
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Thank you guys My thoughts confirmed.

Studs... good old brick walls are still common here
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Old 7th January 2015, 05:03 AM   #29
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Default bass reflex, four speakers

Dear Scott,
Dave was kind enough to inform me how to increase the cross sectional area of the pensils in order to accommodate four 10p's. However the size would be too big and impractical for me. I was wondering if I could also increase the cross sectional area of the bass reflex to accommodate four 10p's? Also, would four 10p's in a bass reflex be able to reach around 30hz?
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try the 12PW instead? a pair of those per side can definitely move air
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