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Old 31st October 2018, 10:49 PM   #11
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Because that tremendous peak in the displacement of the cone? (red line) and blue line 8 mm flat between 10 and 40 hertz?
That is the effect of the condenser?

If in practice the capacitors of the graphics manage to flatten the subfrequencies in that way, it will be extraordinary!
But i do not achieve the same with croos over active applying more gain in that bandwidth?

I must analyze the graph of the impulse response, maybe that throws light on the group delay, right ?

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Old 2nd November 2018, 05:21 PM   #12
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................If in practice the capacitors of the graphics manage to flatten the subfrequencies in that way, it will be extraordinary!
But i do not achieve the same with croos over active applying more gain in that bandwidth?.......................
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In the absence of answers (thanks anyway, freddi, I see that you are an attentive but very busy person ...)
I have clarified the point by myself, which makes me immensely happy...!

There will be no strange capacitors in my subwofers, the Dayton plate amplifier will do the job perfectly and safely much better than this passive snooty .....
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Old 16th November 2018, 04:35 PM   #13
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I started work ... soon pics !
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Old 17th November 2018, 12:15 AM   #14
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" And in this corner ......" Oh, I remember the boxing match between Mohamed Ali and Ringo Bonvena ....
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Old 17th November 2018, 01:15 PM   #15
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I'm thinking about the sharp angle of the triangle ....... this will force me to place the speaker terminals on one of the sides .... hummm and if I turn the triangle into a prism just by adding a small face in that place ? Let's say about four inches (10 cm), there will be not a loss of internal volume too significant ....

Or maybe (it would be less work) to place the terminals in the lower triangle (base) facing the floor, for this I would have to place three feet raising the cabinet an inch approximately .....

But I should throw myself on the floor whenever I want to connect or disconnect the speakers ......

But on the other hand, the corners where they are housed are already defined, it will not be something to do too many times ......

Any suggestions ?
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Old 17th November 2018, 01:32 PM   #16
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More pics !
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Another point to solve ...

I must finish these edges at the proper angle to join with the front panel (baffle)

I will try to use the hand saw again, placing a guide again and looking for the appropriate angle inclined the adjustable disk, I think it will work. I do not need great precision here, all the defects for poor adjustments will be covered with putty and then the cabinet will be sanded and painted.

The strength is assured, everything will go with screws and glue, and there will be two reinforcements for each cabinet.

WAF looks at me and thinks "every time is more crazy"

But the good thing is that he thinks it with a smile of tenderness on his face ....
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Bassaholic Subwoofer Room Size Rating Protocol | Audioholics


Eighth Space = pi/2 steradians (1/8th freespace)

Wow !

+ 18 db of gain in each corner

..............Now, imagine the speaker placed at the intersection of three walls, such as in the corner of a room The three planes divide all of space into eight parts. +18dB SPL increase compared to fullspace (not factoring in ceiling contribution of the room)....
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Old 24th November 2018, 12:13 AM   #19
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Hi all:

After several years of dragging an ailment in my knee, (among others) today I have performed a surgical intervention in it.

It will take a while my recovery, so I will not be able to continue contributing photos of the construction, which is suspended.

PS: But upload links that contribute (as has always been my purpose) to clarify and contribute to those who just start in this exciting world that we all share: The music ! , at its maximum expression, if this is within the reach of our budgets and homes, but remember that it is always within reach of all a very small expenditure and with a result equivalent to the best of systems:
To know "what is it about", it is enough to buy a:
good pair of headphones! - with semi-open system is my preference, I have a vintage AK-141 AKG -
I wanted to comment that I share Bentoronto's point of view, the best sound system in the world and the best room will never be the same as live sound. For those of us who are long on this topic, the reasons are very obvious, here we are comparing "pears with apples"
The laws of acoustics are the explanation, not the laws of electronics...
I start with the link of today, always related to the thread "subwofers"...

Medium and small sealed sub spec

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Another point to solve ...

I must finish these edges at the proper angle to join with the front panel (baffle)

I will try to use the hand saw again, placing a guide again and looking for the appropriate angle inclined the adjustable disk, I think it will work. I do not need great precision here, all the defects for poor adjustments will be covered with putty and then the cabinet will be sanded and painted.
Cut the panels close with the handsaw but leave a couple of mm. Then place a flat piece of ply across the 2 sides and use a router to trim the panel accurately.
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