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Old 13th April 2020, 07:14 PM   #11
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Mike MacLeod the ultimate loudspeaker design… Mike MacLeod crossovers with free speadsheet and workbook
Looks like one i have not seen.

The reference on the title to TQWP makes me cautious. It has been clearly shown that a Voigt Horn like this is greatly enhanced with mass loading (ie an ML-Voigt), if his is a “traditional” design you would be better to spend the money on a coffee and muffin.

But the reference to XO design brings this up:

XOs are not easy to design, and with the massie improvements in the last coupled decades with single driver FR boxes suggest that these kinds of boxes can produce better overall sound than by spending the same budget on a single driver instead of spreading it over midbass/tweeter/XO.

The same kinds of boxes apply, so Dickason is still a decent reference, and there are a “zillion” well thot out designs on this forum.

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Bill has done a superb job of collecting and archiving a huge number of relevant historical documents and has written a few good “papers” himself.

I learned a lot from him in my early days (but in some things have advanced further). I initially hooked up with him because he was building many of the Radford TLs being sold in Calgary.

Thanx for the other link, looks like it is worthwhile browsing thru.

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E. J. Jordan: Loudspeakers. Focal Press, 1963.

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A pre-T/S one that helped me a lot, though mainly posting it for finding web archived books, etc.: How To Build Speaker Enclosures By Alexix Badmaieff & Don Davis : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

For institutional use: Wayback Machine

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