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Online course for Speaker and Crossover design
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Old 3rd June 2021, 01:22 PM   #1
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I discovered this series of Speaker Design courses on Udemy recently.
I’ve read many books on loudspeakers, and built half a dozen kits from experienced designers, and recently did my own design with the Purifi midwoofer.

I wish someone had done this 20 years ago when I got started… this covers theory and practice, with a discussion of pros/cons of doing things.

Big ups to Marcus for creating and sharing such useful video content and step by step process to actually building your first 2 or 3 way speaker.

For the price of just a pair of tweeters:

Cabinet selection and design-
Acoustics 101 : Speaker design basics and enclosure design | Udemy

How to take measurements-
Acoustics 201 : Loudspeaker measurements | Udemy

How to design crossovers passive crossovers-
Loudspeaker engineering : How to design speaker crossovers | Udemy

Highly recommended!!

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