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Old 13th September 2020, 04:56 PM   #1131
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Ah feet... ten thousand theories out there. Just try a few things to see what works for you. It might not really matter that much.
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Old 15th September 2020, 09:56 PM   #1132
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Backs and bracing in! Well, still have some work to do on the backs for screws.

Matthias—I may have asked at some point...didn't make a note if so—What's the story with pyramid foam on the back panel? Yes? No? Cut the pyramids off? I don't mind adjusting later—just curious how you think I should start.

I will do the foam before exterior finishing...

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Old 16th September 2020, 01:14 AM   #1133
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Actually a couple of additional questions Matthias—Re: the back foam question above—found an earlier post where you stated no foam on the back panel.

- Screw spacing on the back panel? Opinions? Was thinking around 153mm head to head (6" spacing). I have some very nice German 1/8" foam tape for sealing, has the right amount of give. The back panel has zero flex being full thickness material.

- Where does the bass port measurement start? Overall length? Inside cabinet measurement? Was going to start with the longer dimension of 11cm noted in your paper.

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Old 16th September 2020, 05:26 AM   #1134
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Back panel foam: I ended up with a bit of foam on behind the woofer. Just try and see how you like the sound. Too much damping, and the bass is too lean. Too little damping, and the lower mids get affected by the internal resonances.

Screw distance: sounds good to me.

Port length is overall length. Again, try and see how you like it best. Longer port gives deeper bass, shorter port gives more punch.
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Old 16th September 2020, 01:05 PM   #1135
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Yeah! Thanks.
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OMG.

In all likelihood these will be playing music this weekend!

10 coats of finish. Hmmm.... I never take notes, which is terrible—so this is always somewhat of an experiment—but suffice to it to say they are coming out great. The surface has that high-end hand rubbed look—with some depth in person. I wouldn't want glossy cabinets no matter what—personal opinion—and the white was to appease the "designer" family. In hard light you can still see the wood grain and even, thin brush strokes. I didn't try to make the layers of Russian ply go away completely on the rounded corners....

Making the speakOn cables now—other than that—it's a little steel wool after 24hrs, and installation of drivers! Really can't wait. (I didn't make the grills yet—probably should soon or they will never happen—glad I put magnets in place for the future though)

Thanks Matthias!!!!!!!!

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Gorgeous work!

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Thanks P.A.!

Tweeter teaser! Plus a question—noob style—but you never know. See spade attachment point for the Volt mid. I'm assuming I'll just solder the the neg directly? Prior to install of course, making sure to not mess with the connection that's there? It's been painted red by Volt—red means "stop"—that threw me for a second, haha—or maybe there's something I'm missing?


Edit:::::!!!!::::

FACE PALM! Haha. I knew something was "wrong"... I looked at the opposite side of the driver! OKAY—def noob moment. Ignore me plz. I'm WAY TOO excited to get these playing. LOL.


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