That's a pain and I'm sorry it's not working for you. I'm always interested in seeing other people's projects as they often add inspiration or I get tips/ideas for my own.Here's some pictures of the sub woofer I made. I don't know how much use they will be to anyone, but maybe some.
Well, I give up! After an hour the files are not loaded. And I made sure that the files were small.
The driver is just a Dayton SD 315-8-8 (12inch). Volume: about 7.5 cubic feet. I think I settled on 25HZ for tuning frequency. I don't know if my "primary deflector" actually does anything, but I thought it might bounce the air around and reduce cabinet resonance. I don't have any fancy test equipment to really know what is going on inside.Nice sub. What make and model is the driver and what's the cabinet volume and tuning frequency?
Acoustically, no, but it adds bracing to the box which is always a good thing.I don't know if my "primary deflector" actually does anything, but I thought it might bounce the air around and reduce cabinet resonance.
It doesn't take much to have an excellent measuring rig. A decent soundcard, a calibrated mic (<$60 from PE), a preamp and a couple of cables and odds and sods and free software like REW and HOLMImpulse and you can have a fantastically capable measuring rig. More than a one time builder might want, but it doesn't take a lot if you're interested in making more down the line.I don't have any fancy test equipment to really know what is going on inside.
Yes, the sub does effect the CTR a little in the lower left corner. Some day, when I'm rich and famous, I'll get something better.Thats a great look for a sub!
I'm surprised that you dont have issues having the CRT TV on the box, does it not bend the picture because of the magnet?
It IS cool. I think the classic grill makes all the difference in the perception of its purpose.Very cool. What kind of levels are you achieving from it? Also, you need a 55 inch LCD on there. Can't have an old TV on a sweet sub.