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Old 2nd July 2020, 11:45 PM   #21
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Thanks for the input. Gizey shape + short bevels = parralepiped half cylender as far : imaging and disapearing of cabinets help with that targett ? Are the short bevels large enough in the picture ?

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Final.... PICs for diy readers....

"Belt-Sander Rounds"
"Table-Saw Bevels"
---Build a monitor which looks like $1,000 art.
---The Avalon Compas cabinet has very artistic and very functional corner bevels.

"Kii-Three Style" 3-way DSP with $320 aluminun cones(4x)
Has anyone seen a plastic (HDPE) rectangular pull box which could be used as a Kii-Three cabinet?
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But why spend this much on a speaker that is close to a back wall and not optimized for this radiation anomaly? I mean, the sound will no doubt suffer from early reflections, comb filtering and a colored sound as a result? This will happen up to the baffle step frequency domain (where the speaker polar pattern gradually will transform to 2π space).

An enclosure designed to function on-wall (or even better: in-wall) properly will bring a lot more here. Be it that good on-wall designs are scarce. One clue here is reducing depth of the enclosure to a size way under the frequency domain of the baffle step (increasing baffle size helps here). Essentially, look for a flat enclosure design. Check out the WaveWall design, but there are others around.

[Edit] of course 2' from a back wall is something different from on-wall...

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