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  • MSaturn
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    Iowa 2009 (and archives)

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  • daveh
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    You might also want to add:

    http://www.vikash.info/audio/

    http://www.soundhobby.com/

    http://www.retrieveraudiolabs.com/Re..._Projects.html


    DaveH

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  • brianpowers27
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    Originally posted by benchtester View Post
    Here are two sites that have a wealth of information and I don't see referenced here very often (hence someone may be pleasantly surprised). I propose that they are DIY at heart; despite that fact that they do have things for sale.

    Linkwitz Labs of Linkwitz-Riley fame:
    http://www.linkwitzlab.com/

    and Elliot Sound Products (ESP)
    http://sound.westhost.com/

    Both have a large archive of articles.
    --Don't forget John Kreskovsky's theory articles
    http://www.musicanddesign.com/

    --DLR's pages
    http://www.speakerdesign.net/

    --Jkim's pages
    http://www.geocities.com/woove99/Spkrbldg/

    --Rudolf's excellent dipole site.
    http://www.dipolplus.de/

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  • lunchmoney
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    Originally posted by benchtester View Post
    It looks to me like Paul's designs are free (the costs are the estimates for parts)?
    you're right... I was confusing that with a different site... thanks

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  • benchtester
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    Originally posted by lunchmoney View Post
    Added all but Paul Carmody's... nothing against his great site and speaker designs, I'm just limiting this to free designs (other than the PE showcase of course)
    It looks to me like Paul's designs are free (the costs are the estimates for parts)?

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  • lunchmoney
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    Re: Links to existing DIY speaker designs...

    Originally posted by brianpowers27 View Post
    Added all but Paul Carmody's... nothing against his great site and speaker designs, I'm just limiting this to free designs (other than the PE showcase of course)

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  • fbov
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    Originally posted by fish-24_7 View Post
    Now this IS helpful. There's nothing like one-stop no-cost shopping for well documented designs. Just what a growin' boy needs! :D
    +1

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  • benchtester
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    Re: Links to existing DIY speaker designs...

    Here are two sites that have a wealth of information and I don't see referenced here very often (hence someone may be pleasantly surprised). I propose that they are DIY at heart; despite that fact that they do have things for sale.

    Linkwitz Labs of Linkwitz-Riley fame:
    http://www.linkwitzlab.com/

    and Elliot Sound Products (ESP)
    http://sound.westhost.com/

    Both have a large archive of articles.

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  • brianpowers27
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    --Martin King Projects
    http://www.quarter-wave.com/Projects.html

    --Paul Carmody Projects
    http://undefinition.googlepages.com/diy

    --Wolf's projects
    http://s18.photobucket.com/albums/b1...teeth_speaker/

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  • fish-24_7
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    Originally posted by lunchmoney View Post
    I thought it might be helpful to compile a list of links to existing DIY speaker designs, since it comes up constantly in threads.
    Now this IS helpful. There's nothing like one-stop no-cost shopping for well documented designs. Just what a growin' boy needs! :D

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  • martyh
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    Try this one too: www.speakerbuilder.net

    It's Wayne J's site with some great stuff on it. It doesn't look like he's added anything to it for about four years, but there's still a few great designs and tutorials to be found. (Hopefully the man's ok!)

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  • lunchmoney
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    Originally posted by brianpowers27 View Post
    -- A Guide to HTguide.com Completed Speaker Designs. http://www.htguide.com/forum/showthread.php4?t=28655

    got that one already


    --InDIYana 2009 - http://sites.google.com/site/indiyana2009/

    check
    thanks

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  • brianpowers27
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    -- A Guide to HTguide.com Completed Speaker Designs. http://www.htguide.com/forum/showthread.php4?t=28655

    --InDIYana 2009 - http://sites.google.com/site/indiyana2009/

    Anyone else vote to make this thread a sticky?
    Only if 98% of the posts are links only and not conversations (hint, hint )

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  • lunchmoney
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    Anyone else vote to make this thread a sticky?

    I'm constantly visiting these sites, as are many others I'm sure... it would be really convenient to have this list at the top of the forum.

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  • lunchmoney
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    Originally posted by Dirk View Post
    Add Lou C's http://lonesaguaro.com/speakers

    Also, would be good to look up Wolf's hodge-podge page on Photobucket. And Dennis Murphy's website, too. Dennis doesn't have a LOT of designs, but he has very good writeups. I think his is murphyblaster.something... :D
    Lou's site is great! Can't believe I've never seen that before.

    He's a very entertaining read as well

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