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  1. DIY Speakers
    I picked up my home theater center channel speaker only to hear and feel something rolling around inside...So I opened it and found a center tweeter and two midrange cones. The adhesive used had turned brittle and the round magnet on the middle tweeter had broke free. So, I used super glue to...
  2. DIY Speakers
    i just bought 2 speakers and they both have two magnet rings on them but on one of them the rings are off center of each other is this a problem these drivers are rated at 1000 WATS rms 2000 peek im just worried that id the magnetic field wold be off enough to caws the coil to try to move sideways
  3. DIY Speakers
    hello. I am working of a set of infinate baffle speakers and want to magnet mount the drivers so they are not machaniacally fastened to the baffle. I intend to use one inch MDF round cutouts with adhvesive to fasten to back of drivers. I wanted to use for the backbone if you will, a steel...
  4. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    Hey guys, I tried searching for the answer, but couldn't find exactly what I was looking for. When creating a brace parallel to the front baffle and inline with the subs magnets, is it okay for that hole to be tight to the magnet?..or should there be some clearance and if so, how much? I was...
  5. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    The specs say 7.9 inches diameter, is that t the outside of the installed magnet boot, or is it the dimensions of the magnet? I'm cutting the braces.
  6. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    I have a special application where I have very low clearance behind the magnet. The RL-P 12 might fit the bill, but I need to know what the clearance requirement is. The vented pole piece concerns me, I want to make sure there is enough cooling. This is a vented enclosure. Does anyone know how...
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