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  1. Ported Subwoofer Build Projects
    Hi guys, first post here, so a bit about me first! I built a HTPC a couple of years ago and have been hooked on DIY AV stuff ever since, since its been a massive success with the WAF sky high. :clap:Documented my journey from AV noob to someone who knows a bit more than average on a blog...
  2. DIY Speakers
    I have been putting together my new build. It uses ScanSpeak 18W4531s with Eton 26HD1/A8 Symphony's in PE .5 cf, curved cabinets. They use miniDSPs for crossovers. Well, one of my Eton hard domes got dented. Seems I'm in another round of hardware failures, what with my BD-ROM/DVD writer...
  3. DIY Speakers
    I have a pair of Eton Symphony 7s that are actively crossed over but my center channel is a ScanSpeak Rediscovery (Madisound) and I want them to match. So I'm having new baffles cut and getting some 18W4531's. I will be using them for the midwoofers of my R/Ls and the Eton ceramic/magnesium...
  4. Classifieds - Speakers and Subwoofers
    I have a bunch of speakers that were originally to be used to build a bunch of speakers. I have since run out of time for such a project and the speakers are just sitting. EVERYTHING IS BRAND NEW!!!!!! One of each was opened for measurements only. I have the following. (4) Focal TC90TD5B - $55...
  5. DIY Speakers
    Has anyone run the sealed enclosure numbers on this driver (based on factory specs)? I am getting 22.8l for an optimum (Qts 0.707) sealed enclosure.
  6. DIY Subwoofers - General Discussion
    This is a totally wrong sub design according to all theory but as an experiment due to tight budget, I used a left over Infinity 1230W Reference car sub in 1.5cu. ft. sealded enclosure. Had trouble getting good bass below 50Hz. Added Scanspeak resistive vent and it made a big difference. I don't...
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