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Old 20th February 2015, 08:01 PM   #81
vvxuan is offline vvxuan  Viet Nam
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Hello Vvxuan,

I see where you have 2 designs for 6 inch speakers. One is slimmer with the driver and port centred in the speaker and another design which is a wider box with the port offset to one side. I have built the slimmer version with the speaker and port centred. Do they both sound the same or do they sound different?

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Dear Andrew!
Two designs have sound the same. Option slimmer and tall easy of construction.
If you don't like version slimmer and tall, you can carry out follow this form.

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Old 20th February 2015, 08:20 PM   #82
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Hi VVXUAN,very interesting design for the Klangfilm driver. I have Siemens L307 (6 rug lap 15M). This is 9.6" total diameter, 8.46" cone diameter. Is this similar to your Klangfilm speaker? I am interested in your design TL design and I am interested in seeing what is possible without losing midrange quality which is very good with this speaker. Thanks!
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My klangfilm is smaller. Please wait me for about 1 month, I'm designing enclosures for driver 10inch, it will be better quality sound and better suited to your driver.
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Old 20th February 2015, 09:57 PM   #83
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Hello again Vvxuan,

Thank you your drawings and for all your help. I had no idea about those sound absorbing materials. I have some egg crate foam but it is foam and not cotton. I have never seen the one made of cotton before. I am going to use the carpet felt I bought yesterday. Hopefully I will get them finished enough this weekend to be able to test them. Maybe I will glue them up instead of making one side removable, not sure yet. When I work on them again tomorrow I will see how much time I have available and then decide.



Thanks again.

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Old 21st February 2015, 08:47 AM   #84
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VCXUAN, thank you very much! I am looking forward to it! Thanks, Schlumberger.
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Old 26th February 2015, 10:40 PM   #85
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Default sounds good!

Built the 13mm cabinet suggested by vvxuan, here it is.

Pioneer A11, "el cheapo" speakers I had laying around, new drivers never used, unfortunately long discontinued. I followed the steps and I lined it with the felt pad I had gotten it from uhaul when I moved, no polyfil etc. Works like a charm, lined about 80% of the inside.

First day of listening and sounds full, checked with "online tone generator" and I hear a little rumble down to 50Hz, amazing. Still have to put on finish and going to make a pedestal and make a room in my home...

Here is the video I uploaded on my youtube channel.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Nw7gtHN39k

thanks vvxuan.
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Old 27th February 2015, 01:01 AM   #86
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some samples box very good  for full-range speaker
Nice work Gychang! They look and sound good too.
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Old 27th February 2015, 02:29 AM   #87
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Built the 13mm cabinet suggested by vvxuan, here it is.

Pioneer A11, "el cheapo" speakers I had laying around, new drivers never used, unfortunately long discontinued. I followed the steps and I lined it with the felt pad I had gotten it from uhaul when I moved, no polyfil etc. Works like a charm, lined about 80% of the inside.

First day of listening and sounds full, checked with "online tone generator" and I hear a little rumble down to 50Hz, amazing. Still have to put on finish and going to make a pedestal and make a room in my home...

Here is the video I uploaded on my youtube channel.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Nw7gtHN39k

thanks vvxuan.
Oh, very nice. Thank gychang for believe me! 50hz for driver only 13cm is very good.
Small Tip for you: One way to record video clips with sound quality is better and simpler. When recording video you should use a laptop with webcam its software.

I have a camera Nikon D7000, when I use Nikon - video good but audio no good. I use web cam on laptop video no good (no need) but audio quite good.
All my video, I used toshiba satellite L645, I think if you use Sony or Aple will better. Very easy! , You try to record your music using your laptop to see the difference.

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Old 28th February 2015, 03:41 AM   #88
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I put 2 coats of polyurethane and put on the speaker cover of my design. I have a grand daugher who is curious...

Wife likes the speakers for movie watching, I am thinking these speakers are too low, is there a taller design ( 3-4 feet) for the same 4 1/2 inch driver. Same as these GRS 4FR-8 Full-Range 4-1/2" Speaker Pioneer Type A11EC80-02F 8 Ohm

The picture is dark, TV is much taller than speakers on the sides so I like to a taller design.
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Old 28th February 2015, 06:35 AM   #89
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I put 2 coats of polyurethane and put on the speaker cover of my design. I have a grand daugher who is curious...

Wife likes the speakers for movie watching, I am thinking these speakers are too low, is there a taller design ( 3-4 feet) for the same 4 1/2 inch driver. Same as these GRS 4FR-8 Full-Range 4-1/2" Speaker Pioneer Type A11EC80-02F 8 Ohm

The picture is dark, TV is much taller than speakers on the sides so I like to a taller design.
Ok! gychang.
How size do you want?
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Old 28th February 2015, 12:50 PM   #90
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Ok! gychang.
How size do you want?
taller than 36" but smaller than 48".
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