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  • Increasing MLTL cabinet thickness, but with same Design Volume?

    I'm about ready to mill some birch for the Triton MLTL speakers. The plans call for 3/4" thick matrl. I want to go 1-1/4" or 5/4 as I like to call it. I know my baffle width has to be the same, so to increase the extra volume can I just go with a deeper cabinet, so that the end results has the same volume as the orig. design.

    Also, I want to use a little bit different vent size since I have this awesome extra thick HDPE pipe, that's 2-13/6" ID. Can I just plug these numbers into WinISD Pro to get the correct length of vent? I'll double check the speed for chuffing.

    Thanks in Advance for your help

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    Your plan is solid. I see no issues.
    Craig

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    • #3
      Originally posted by PWR RYD View Post
      Your plan is solid. I see no issues.
      PWR RYD, quick question - are the MCM 55-5670 8in. woofers viable for 2ways?
      (Sorry for the hijack but the forum is buggy as heck and tedious to post new topics or risk messages.)

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      • #4
        Thanks that gives me the confidence to move forward

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        • #5

          The advertised response of the 4 ohm looks like they will require less BSC than most drivers. They would likely end up 80-82db when implemented, which is pretty much typical for 6-7" 2-ways.
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